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Behind MLM - HyperVerse's Rebuttal

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Here is a recent article that says a Lawyer is hot on their trail as they are accused of blackmail and extortion: https://nowopo.com/content/a-blackmailer-who-sells-himself-as-a-serious-journalist.html



HOPE HILL - HV Compliance

Every country is struggling to figure out how to manage, regulate and tax crypto. That's been going on for ages, and India is no different.

I don't stress about stuff like this in any way.

Just a heads up, this article mentions in passing that Hyper is having some sort of investigation by SEC . . . which is completely untrue. Obviously just by mentioning that, whether true or not, it can create confusion and doubt.

One more note: A Ponzi relies on a continuous stream of new money to pay out existing members. Stop the stream of new money and it falls apart.

Hyperfund is not a Ponzi. HyperVerse rewards would continue like clockwork even if not a single new person bought a membership from today on.

Watch one of the corporate presentations for clarity on the massive financial resources of the Hypertech group and how they generate their revenue.

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Note HyperVerse was formally called HyperFund.