Nimbus Platform’s Ponzi scheme has now failed for the third time.
In an instant reboot, a third Ponzi shit token has been released.
Annual ROI rates have been cut, and a new SYNTA token scam is being launched.
On December 31, 2022, the changes to Nimbus Platform’s ROI were announced.
According to the message above, Nimbus Platform will change the annual ROI from 100% to 35% to 45% on January 12.
The new Ponzi scheme from Nimbus Platform will be run through NIMB and GNIMB, which seem to have started a few weeks ago, in late December.
When it started in 2020, Nimbus Platform was just a simple NMBT Ponzi points scheme. When that failed in early 2021, Nimbus Platform used NBU tokens to start the Ponzi scheme all over again.
This second version fell apart in late 2022, which led to the third start-over with NIMB and GNIMB tokens.
How long the third reboot of the Nimbus Platform lasts is still to be seen.
SimilarWeb has seen that the number of visitors to Nimbus Platform’s website is going down from now until 2022. As of December 2022, Germany, Spain, and Colombia are the top three countries sending people to the Nimbus Platform website.
Recruitment in Germany seems to have stopped, as the number of new hires dropped to 41% in December, which is 45% less than in November.
Nimbus Platform seems to be keeping itself alive by recruiting victims in Spain (13%, which is the second largest source of traffic). Traffic from Colombia went down to 13%, which is 30% less than the previous month.
Synta is the other change to the Nimbus Platform.
In a press release from December 31, Nimbus Platform describes the launch of Synta as a partnership.
As a partner, we work with SYNTA and help them put crypto solutions into their product ecosystem.
SYNTA is a multi-finance brokerage infrastructure that has a matching engine that can handle 1000 orders per second.
SYNTA is one of the fastest brokerages on the market right now because its system is scalable and can be expanded to meet customer needs.
Synta is a place where stolen cryptocurrency from the Nimbus Platform can be laundered, but it also has its fraudulent investment scheme.
Only 300 million SYNTA tokens will be made, and they will run directly on the BNB Smart Chain.
20% of the audited net profits will be given to SYNTA holders through an annual airdrop.
Also, the annual airdrop goes up by 20% if the ecosystem is stable for more than 360 days.
It looks like the SYNTA token is a BEP-20 shit token. These can be set up quickly and for little or no money.
The “synta.info” website domain was registered privately in April 2022. There is no information about who owns or runs the company.
SYNTA is working on launching the first phase of IDO, which will only sell 3,080,000 SYNTA tokens on January 4, 2023. Through the Nimbus Platform, the token can be bought with BUSD or BNB.
When the first phase of IDO is over, SYNTA will be on Nimbus Swap.
From what you’ve read, it’s pretty clear that the same scammers who made the Nimbus Platform also made Synta.
Nimbus Platform started with Andrea Zanon as CEO and David Mazaheri as COO. A few months into the Ponzi scheme, Zanon disappeared.
On September 7, 2020, Fernando Martinho replaced Zanon as CEO.
By the time the Nimbus Platform fell apart at the beginning of 2021, Martinho had also vanished.
Alex Lemberg, Nimbus Platform’s third CEO, was in charge of the company’s comeback.
You probably already knew this, but Lemberg has also gone missing at the same time as the second collapse of the Nimbus Platform.
Patricio Pozzi, who started as Nimbus Platform’s fourth CEO in early December 2022, is in charge of its third reboot.
Pozzi was hired from within the company and has been Vice President of Nimbus Platform since 2021.
If it wasn’t already clear, whoever is really in charge of Nimbus Platform keeps hiring Boris CEOs to run the business.
When Nimbus Platform’s third reboot fails, Pozzi will probably be gone, too. It’s still not clear if there will be a fourth remake.