Hola mis amigos!
Another autumn week has come and passed, which means that we're a week closer to Christmas and the summer at the same time. So, good news, right?
Honestly, amigos, not much has happened besides that and we should be grateful for the golden silence. And start preparing our Christmas gift lists!
NEW PROGRAM ADDED: CRYPTORY
What I always appreciate is a good name. Lately it seems that all the names of the programs, all the domains, are just one and the same. To my surprise, there are still some new programs with catchy names and I'd say Cryptory is one of them. With a domain registered on February 15, 2013 and valid for two years; an extended version of Comodo's SSL certificate (valid from 5/6/2013 to 5/7/2014), a clear address (the domain is registered under the name Deborah Delaney from Dublin, Rainsford Street) and a neat design, Cryptory might be here to stay.
What does Cryptory do besides inventing cool names and making surfing their website a breeze? According to the excellent "How does it work" section, Cryptory is "a scalable system of distributed computing [...] optimized for the emission of Bitcoins". As a company, Cryptory "has developed high-performance servers, dedicated to mining for Bitcoins and allows the users to utilize these servers".
To sum up, one might understand Cryptory as a Bitcoin facilitator. What's the most appealing thing about Cryptory is the "About the Company" section thanks to which you feel like you know something more about the program than the standard corporate speak. Not only did they publish some pictures, but also documents from which we get to learn that the company was officially registered on the 21st of January, 2013 and is a "single member private company limited by shares". Since the website is extremely easy to navigate, with clear, logical sections and pleasant design, the fact that setting up an account takes less than 5 minutes, does not come as a surprise. Bear in mind, though, that your first and last name, along with the date of birth and address, are required upon registration.
Once you're in, investing should be a piece of cake. Actually, even without signing in, assessing the potential investment should be a piece of cake and that's because of the incredibly handy, albeit sophisticated – there are graphs and everything! – calculator. What may be confusing is the lack of the often anticipated FAQ section. Cryptory, however, decided to go with a detailed "Service Guide" instead. Wise choice, since you get to learn most of the basics from the "Service Guide" and "Calculator". It's from these sections that one finds out that the principal is $50 ("If you want to start making money, your balance must not be less than $50"), you can invest for 1 day or even 5 years, and that you can either withdraw the profit every day or upon maturity.
Moreover, to invest you can use bank wires, EgoPay, BitCoin, SolidTrustPay, Perfect Money or OK Pay. All in all, you can choose how much you want to invest, for how long you want to stay with Cryptory and what kind of profit you'd like to receive. If you feel like you need some more insight into Cryptory, you can always contact them in a myriad of ways: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ or via the undeniably great "Contacts/Support" page, where you can "submit tickets, view tickets, manage billing & much more". To add to this, you can also call Cryptory (+353(1)901-52-23) or use the live chat on cryptory.com. If that's not called being open to conversation, I don't know what is...