Up2Give Review – (2020) Legit BitCoin Opportunity or Scam?

Welcome to my Up2Give Review!

This is the latest bitcoin network marketing opportunity to pop up and I decided to take a closer look to see if it’s legit.

The good news is I am going to walk you through the company, products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision.

I am sure an affiliate of this company approached you and gave you some amazing insight, but remember they are affiliates.

Meaning, they will be biased here…

This is a third party unbiased review so pay close attention and read this to the end…


Up2Give Review – The Company

After investigating the website, I noticed they have no information on who runs or owns the company.

To me that’s a huge biggy…


I personally can’t join ANY company unless I know who the leadership is and their vision.

This way I know their steering the ship in the right direction…

Trust me you don’t want a Titanic situation here…

I decided to take a look at the “up2give.com” domain and found out it was privately registered August 27th, 2019.

Strike two already…

Alright after taking a look at YouTube, I found a presentation that reveals Jerry Lopez as the CEO of the company.

Jerry Lopez has promoted companies like LyfeStart International and Savi Health.

Later he got involved with crypto MLM companies like Dunamis Global Tech.

Sadly, they went under and was sold off to Onyx Lifestyle.

Anyway, make sure you keep reading for the FULL scoop behind this company…

Up2Give Reviews – The Products

Legit MLM opportunities always have retail products or services that can be sold to customers.

On top of that, their products are usually really well put together and unique.

However, that’s not the case here…

Also, this is their current website right now:

Up2Give doesn’t have any retail products or services, in fact, nothing can be sold to customers directly.

You must become an affiliate and from there you can promote their membership.

FTC would consider this company a pyramid scheme. [1]

Up2Give Compensation Plan

Show me the money right?

Compensation plans in the direct sales industry reward affiliates to sell to retail customers and sponsor new business reps.

Because Up2Give has no products/services (retail), you as an affiliate make gifting payments in Bitcoin to existing members.

These are tracked through a 2×1 and 2×6 matrices.

2×1 is simple and holds two positions in total.

The 2×6 gets a little complicated where the first tier holds two positions, second tier holds four positions and third tier holds eight positions and keeps going.

The 2×1 matrix is the feeder ans has Up2Give members pay their 0.005 BTC ongoing monthly fee.

To make up for that fee, you must sponsor at least TWO members to fill the 2×1 matrix.

This will get you 0.01 BTC in gifting payments each month they are active.

These are used to fund the starting point of the 2×6 matrix.

Each tier of this 2×6 matrix is pretty much a gifting tier:

  • Level 1 – Gift 0.01 BTC and get 0.01 BTC from two filled positions
  • Level 2 – Gift 0.01 BTC and get 0.01 BTC from four filled positions
  • Level 3 – Gift 0.02 BTC and get 0.02 BTC from eight filled positions
  • Level 4 – Gift 0.05 BTC and get 0.05 BTC from sixteen filled positions
  • Level 5 – Gift 0.25 BTC and get 0.25 BTC from thirty-two filled positions
  • Level 6 – Gift 1 BTC and get 1 BTC from sixty-four filled positions

The 2×6 matrix can be filled directly or indirectly by team members where the 2×1 matrix must be filled by you only.

Cost To Join Up2Give

Up2Give will run you 0.005 BTC per month.

To be part of the entire 2×6 matrix, you must fork up 1.345 BTC per month (At this time one bitcoin is worth $6000 USD).


Up 2 Give Video Overview

Final Verdict

So does the Up2Give scam exist?

Well to be honest…

This company is nothing more than a gifting scheme with a touch of pyramid scheme lol.

New members join and gift bitcoin to existing members.

These payments qualify affiliates to get payments of their own once they sponsor people.

They use terms like donations or crowdfunding, but that’s misleading.

Real crowdfunding have people donate to a cause for nothing in return.

In this company, you have to gift to qualify for payments in the matrix.

Compensation plan + Crowdfunding = Gifting scam.

Simple formula…

Anyway, I personally do not recommend this company in my humble opinion and if you have any further questions, feel free to ask in the comments below…

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