The problem of popularity of admins of hyip projects

The problem of popularity of admins of hyip projects
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Far from being a secret, it's no secret that there is stiff competition among administrators of investment projects in the HYIP industry. In fact, just like in any other niche. Dozens of new projects are launched daily, and most of them cannot be classified as reliable and high-quality. Only a few HYIP projects are led by administrators who can work and achieve high results.

In this article, we will delve into what makes the popularity of administrators a problem.

Administrator Popularity vs. Hitrunners

In the HYIP industry, to earn a good reputation, it's often enough to have just one successful project that doubled the deposits of the first investors, if not more. In essence, attention and trust are already earned when a significant number of depositors have profits in their pockets.

When the nickname of such an admin becomes known, it's remembered and bookmarked. In the case where an administrator worked anonymously, they are remembered for their first successful HYIP project or a series of HYIP projects. As soon as you hear the phrase «"the grandpa" is back», it works like a magical incantation. In such cases, attention to the project is guaranteed, but that's not always a good thing.

Let's assume there's an insider tip about a new HYIP project that looks like this:

A new project from an experienced administration. A successful admin with a series of 5 successful projects behind them.

Even the design is similar to the previous project, marketing, technology, and so on. It's enticing, isn't it?

The game begins when you have a rough idea of the duration of the project and know the rules of the game. If the insider information appears at the start, it can play a cruel trick on both the admin and investors. The likelihood of hitrunners appearing at the start significantly increases, and depending on the investment plans, they will exit at the first opportunity, leaving the other investors who joined a bit later without profit. Seasoned hitrunners enter with large sums, violating all the rules of diversification, thereby taking out a significant portion of the project's funds.

Then we have two options:

  • No matter how skilled the admin is, when encountering such hitrunners, they will close the project.
  • If the hitrunners are lucky, they can manage to completely exit the HYIP project, thus washing out a large portion of the funds, and again, the project will be closed.

As you might have gathered, both options end miserably for ordinary investors. That's why blatant trickery from the start is a bad sign. This is also called a «bait and switch», meaning the first deposits are much larger than the subsequent influx of funds – no financial pyramid can last long under such conditions.

Without realizing it, ordinary investors can also set up a «bait and switch». When insider information about a successful admin becomes public from the first days, and everyone goes all-in with their portfolio's maximum amounts, long-term play is clearly not advisable.

It also happens that bloggers or HYIP monitors provide insider tips without reliable information, only comparing the external appearance of the HYIP project, investment plans, website names, and so on. This also negatively impacts the project's operation, even if it's assumed that the admin is the one, but what if they're not?

Bad Reputation and Fast Scams

Unsuccessful admin work works against them, but this time it's a negative. Who will go down the same path when the admin is a scammer? Therefore, such admins try not to disclose information about their past work and possibly even attempt to disguise their new projects. Insiders about them appear rarely. Most of the time, they simply give themselves away. Repetitive designs, technology, and even their own mistakes in their work can be repeated. However, nothing can be hidden from a meticulous investor who has been navigating the HYIP industry for several years. So information about their past HYIP projects may appear in different sources.

As a result, a bad reputation means that investors simply avoid the HYIP project, and another HYIP project falls in its early stages of operation. Clearing one's reputation in the eyes of investors can only be achieved through successful work in a new HYIP.

The rating of a scam admin can be used by paid posters to discredit any future HYIP project. They may slander any HYIP, claiming that this is where the scam admin is, citing previous works, but without proof. This is why we urge you not to blindly trust reviews, as well as insiders, and to invest according to a specific percentage of your investment portfolio. Whenever possible, verify both positive and negative reviews, think, but don't accept everything as the truth.

Copying the Design and Marketing of Successful Projects

Just as the Chinese try to copy the iPhone, administrators of HYIPs copy successful projects. Some do it more successfully, while others do it quite poorly and shamelessly. Sometimes even top-rated administrators repeat their projects, only changing the legend and making minor adjustments to the plans and website design. So to speak, following the beaten path.

As mentioned earlier, a good reputation works in the administrator's favor, provided such insider information doesn't become available too early and to a large number of people. Regardless of whether the creator of the HYIP is a successful admin or an imitator, such a project initially garners more trust simply because the marketing has already proven its effectiveness. The admin's willingness to work for the long term is not something you can know or verify, and that's why copying can work.

You can replicate the success of a similar project. This is where reputation comes into play, but you won't get far with just marketing or design. Other factors must also be considered. The essence of it all is that constantly working in the same way on the same project won't succeed.

Is It the Same Admin?

This question arises from time to time when you've been investing and observing HYIPs for a long time. It's a perfectly natural question because the same administrators launch similar projects. There are plenty of those who copy as well. How can you find out? The simplest way is to ask the admin directly, but even if they are successful, they will deny it to avoid being bombarded, and if they are a scammer, they will deny it to avoid scaring people away from the start. It's a closed loop.

There are insiders, but remember not to take everything at face value; double-check.

Look more objectively at how the website is designed and how the HYIP project is promoted. If you're a newcomer, it may be difficult for you to assess, but with experience, the nuances will become more noticeable. You need to consider not only the design and marketing. Often, when an admin launches another project, they use the same script, the same languages, and payment systems. Advertising is placed on the same monitoring websites and in the same order, and the same blogs are engaged in promotion. You need to look at the situation as a whole; don't be deceived by a pretty picture.

One Admin = One Successful Project

There is an opinion that an admin cannot have more than one successful project. Practice shows the opposite. The truth is that not everyone can replicate their success. Some admins simply got lucky because the project took off, due to the timing and circumstances. Others found a working method, but their own fame led to a "bait and switch" and loss of reputation. Sometimes even the technology fails – though more often, it's just an excuse for a scam.

In reality, we may not even know that several outstanding projects are the work of one admin. They are unlikely to disclose it. Such information, as already clarified, is harmful to everyone. Admins may hint at a connection to previous projects (domain, design, or plans), but they won't announce it loudly. When there's information about the admin, you can plan and prepare in advance (remember the "bait and switch" and hitrunners). When there are only rumors and suspicions, a more cautious approach is ensured through gradual entries into the project.


Actually, it's difficult to summarize this article if you haven't read it and expected to find something here. In our opinion, all the nuances and problems of the popularity of HYIP administrators have been outlined.

Remember not to blindly trust insiders, be lured by a beautiful façade, and that an admin's past success does not guarantee success in their next project.

Write in the comments: what cases of problems with the popularity of admins do you know?

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