GSPartners has launched a Ponzi promotional opportunity.
GSPartners’ top US promoter, Josip Heit, is expected to attend the April event, which will be held in his hometown. According to the flyer, GSPartners’ event on April twenty-third will be held at the Georgia Aquarium.
Each ticket will cost you $60. This is the first time GSPartners has met in the United States. There will be a technical session led by Alexandru Cocindau; an Advisory Board Member, Dirc Zahlmann; a keynote talk by Josip Heit, our Chairman of the Board; and statements from our World Ambassadors. Hiet has named it the “Lydian World Tour,” even though it’s really just an event to promote the GSPartners Ponzi scheme. This may be an attempt to keep Lydian World out of the spotlight, as it is a lesser-known partner of GSPartners.
For Michael El Dalcoe, the GSPartners’ most prominent promoter worldwide and in the US, Atlanta is his home base.
When it comes to whether or not the Georgia Aquarium is participating in a Ponzi advertising event, it should remain unclear. The G999 token and several other GSPartners spin-off coins facilitate Ponzi schemes (of which Lydian World is one).
Until recently, nearly all of GSPartners’ website visitors came from the United States. According to Alexa, the United States has a 33% market share in Belize (48 percent).
The Lydian World’s most popular country of origin (64 percent) remains the United States of America. Compared to a few weeks ago, the number of new buyers arriving in the United States has decreased. Though most of the buyers are believed to be US citizens, GS Companions, Josip Heit, and Michael El Dalcoe have not been registered with the SEC.