MUCKY SCAM: Tokenizer review

Tokenizer official webIn this review we expose the Tokenizer scam that abuses cryptocurrencies.

Tokenizer is supposed to be a platform that allows you to make money thanks to cryptocurrencies. Tokenizer invests into new cryptos via initial coin offerings, which is what allegedly generates money.

How much? The ROI varies between 5 and 7 percent on weekdays and is fixed at 2 percent per day on weekends. This means at least 113% per month. Is it possible?

Tokenizer scam

Impossible ROIWe are closely following the cryptocurrency space, so we know that Tokenizer must be a scam.

While last year it was perfectly possible to double your money every month, because there was a crypto boom going on, this year cryptos are down, most of them lost more than 50 % since the beginning of the year.

Some ICOs are doing well, while other hit exchange with a lower price than the one from the ICO and take a lot of time to recover. The most interesting ones are overcrowded, which means there are strict limits on how much you can invest.

All in all, it is not possible to double your money every month, anybody promising this is a liar and a scammer. In this crypto space nothing is guaranteed, you cannot predict anything.

Illegal operation

Not regulatedTokenizer is registered in Hong Kong as a company, but as it is providing investment services, it also needs a licence from the Securities and Futures commission.

But as you can see on our picture, Tokenizer is not registered with the SFC, which means that it is an illegal investment program.

How it really works

Tokenizer obviously is a Ponzi scheme. This means that no real investing is going on, just a pyramidal financial game that uses new deposits to pay profits, which cannot last long, as you can imagine.

These schemes always run out of money quickly and then the whole thing collapses.


Tokenizer is a scam that is not going to last long. Stay away from it, if you don’t want to lose money.

If you want to make money in crypto trading, do your own homework, learn and make your own investment decisions based on facts. You can try trading on a free demo with a regulated broker.

Remember that trading is risky, so trade only with money you can afford to lose.

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