Deposit Release HYIP RCB 100% SCAM

SolidCoins – not chocolate filled

Yes, unfortunately these solid coins contain no chocolate. A disappointing revelation I know, but this is actually a promising looking bitcoin investment site offering lucrative investment and affiliate opportunities. Unfortunately, that’s not true either – SolidCoins is just a bitcoin HYIP, but the question is should you invest bitcoin?

Some of you eagle-eyed HYIP spotters will recognize the admin for this one straight away. It is only a small departure from the last one with just a few subtle differences from the outside. If you can’t pick it, I’m sure once you log in and see the interface you will instantly recognize this as the work of InstaCoins admin. Now, I’m aware some of you may stop reading and say a naughty word out loud, but I think with the right strategy this one could be a winner.

Lets face it, InstaCoins was not a great performer, but this was due to a server glitch which took the site down for about a day rather than shoddy admin tactics. This is obviously devastating for the reputation of HYIP and although it resumed payments, many investors had already written it off and hit the eject button which shortened the life quite dramatically. Make sure you check my basics page if you require more information about HYIPs.

Investment Plans

SolidCoins offers 3 plans based on how much bitcoin you invest, all of which are principal release. This means that your initial deposits (and others) can be released and withdrawn for a 5% fee. The first plan is 4.08% daily for deposits up to 1 BTC. The second plan is 4.56% daily for deposits from 1 to 5 BTC, and the third plan is 5.05% daily for deposits larger than 5 BTC. The minimum deposit for the first plan is 0.001 BTC, and the minimum withdrawal is 0.0001 BTC. The site is bitcoin only to keep it nice and simple.

As for a lot of this type of HYIP I am again recommending only a short-term investment of about 10 to 15 days before releasing and moving on. At 4% daily this will give a return of 55% when you take away the 5% release fee. Not too bad a return for a reasonably low risk strategy. And besides, if it does scam early, at least you will get your RCB back from me (see below).

RCB Offer

For SolidCoins I am offering 100% RCB (referral commission back), which means you get back all of the referral commission of the bitcoin you invest from me. To claim your RCB, simply use the contact form after you have invested and send the following details:

  • Your SolidCoins username
  • The email address you used for SolidCoins
  • A screenshot of your main account page
  • A bitcoin wallet address

NOTE: You must use my ref link and invest at least 0.01 BTC to be eligible. All RCBs will be paid after it scams, and you will only receive the RCB if I can get it out of the HYIP.

2 thoughts on “SolidCoins – not chocolate filled”

  1. Very interesting site you have here. First time I tried this sort of dangerous games today and yes, I was using your referal link 🙂 I’m quite ready to loose everything, just would like to get new experience. Anything more you can suggest for me to stay on the safe side (as much as it’s possible) with this particular HYIP?

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