It's very hard to get excited about a website anymore. Most pages look pretty acceptable and work just fine. The standards went up and the prices for a decent page went down. And yet, I still get the chills when I see a well-designed product. What I seek out is a certain consistency and coherence which is still so hard to find. That's why it's a pure pleasure to review a program whose website hits all the right points.
Point one, design. Cryptoconomist seems to be chromatically inspired by The Matrix which is something every geek and thinker should appreciate. What's more, the website has been well-thought through, with all the right sections in all the right places, to paraphrase one of the most annoying songs ever. Though possibly not inspired by the terrible song at which I'm hinting since the site has been running for more than 300 days (the domain was registered on June 06, 2014).
Point two, security. The site has been secured with the seemingly more and more popular COMODO RSA Extended Validation Secure Server certificate issued on March 27, 2015 and valid until June 9, 2016.
Point three, the information. Everything you need to find is there to be found within seconds. The program was founded in 2013 and expanded its activity in 2014 when it "entered the online investment market" and made it "an open-ended company". Cryptoconomist is an investment firm, or "a trust management company", as they put it. The company was officially registered on March 27, 2015 as Cryptoconomist Limited (the link to the document: https://cryptoconomist.biz/img/CRYPTOCONOMIST_Limited_Certificate.pdf).
As you may have deduced by now, the company is registered in the UK (174 Cricklewood Brodway, London, United Kingdom, NW2 3EB), but it also has an office in Panama (8 Trump Ocean Club Office Tower, 4th Floor, Cryptoconomist Limited, Punta Colon, Punta Pacífica, Panama City). The company hires a "team of skilled experts who have been working on the currency exchange market for more than 5 years on average" and who, according to the website, want to achieve "the highest profits possible from trading on the foreign exchange (Forex) and Cryptocurrency exchange markets".
Point four, the plans. Cryptoconomist offers not 2, not 3, not 5, but 8 plans altogether. To start your investment adventure you need $10, and you can go as high as $50,000. There are plans for those who count on a persistent daily profit that varies between 2.3% and 2.8% (Standard Daily Plan, investment $10-$500, 2.3% daily for 20 days, Master Daily Plan, investment $501-$2000, 2.5% daily for 35 days and Expert Daily Plan, investment $10001-$50000, 2.8 daily for 55 days), and for those who prefer to wait (Cryptocumulation 1, investment $1500-$20000, 1500% after 45 business days and Cryptocumulation 2, investment $500-$20000, 3000% after 60 business days). There are also two VIP plans for the "special ones" (VIP1 Plan $10000-$20000, 600% after 12 business days and VIP2 Plan $7000-$20000, 1500% after 25 business days).
There's another plan called Total Accumulation, which gives you 7000% after 100 business days if you invest $200-$5000. Setting up an account is very easy, but they do need your full name. You can fund your e-wallet using PerfectMoney, Payeer, and BitCoin (BitCoin deposits may take a little longer, "from 15 minutes up to 24 hours", according to the website). One person can have up to three separate accounts, so that you can be creative with your user names, I guess.
Point five, the affiliate plan. If you don't feel like investing, but you appreciate Cryptoconomist approach to business, you may go with the referral program which offers 2%-1%-0.5% commission. This multi-level system works as usual: 2% for "personally introduced referrals", 1% for the second-line referrals and 0.5% for the third-line ones.
Point six, availability. What I truly appreciate is a company's willingness to answer questions. Usually, they are pretty cryptic about anything they have not already shared on their website. You would expect a company with "crypto" right there, in the name, to be just as mystical, but instead you get an e-mail address (email@example.com), a company phone (+44 203 5142722, 8:00am to 7:00pm, GMT+1), a live chat and a Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cryptoconomist-Limited/640436376100681, over 270 likes) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/Cryptoconomist1) accounts which – what should also be noted – are regularly updated.
Which brings me back to point seven, lucky number seven, as they say. I have already explained what my lucky number seven is, but you might have missed it. It's coherence and consistency, two holy Cs. Coincidentally, those two Cs go well with the third one, Cryptoconomist.