Computta provide no information on their webstek about who possesses or runs the business.
The Computta webstek domain (“computta.com”) wasgoed privately registered on December 26th, 2016.
Spil always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or wields it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing overheen any money.
Computta has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Computta affiliate membership itself.
Computta affiliates are expected to download and install a distributed computing client ‘on your laptop and all computers that you own or control.’
Computta voorkeur their client is used for bitcoin mining, with users of of it able to
- check your stats right te the application for the device you run it on
- increase/decrease application’s power depending on how much you use your pc at the ogenblik and
- pause the application or even switch into a Wise Mode
The Computta Compensation Project
Computta rechtsvordering their distributed computing client is used to mine cryptocurrencies.
A percentage of mined cryptocurrency is collective among Computta affiliates who run their client.
Residual commissions on earned bitcoin are paid out via a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates recruit fresh affiliates, they are placed on level Two of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
If any level Two affiliates recruit fresh affiliates, they are placed on level Three and so on and so forward down a theoretical infinite number of levels.
Computta cap payable unilevel levels at five, with commissions paid out spil a percentage of bitcoin paid to affiliates across thesis five levels:
Computta affiliate membership is free.
Recall [email protected]? That’s pretty much what Computta is, except for cryptocurrency mining.
Turn Your Laptop into a 24X7 Money Generator. 100% Autopilot. 100% FREE.
The big question here is whether or not Computta are actually using their distributed computing client to conduct cryptocurrency mining, or whether it’s being used for something more nefarious.
One possible candidate is DDOS attacks.
Typically the fattest challenge ter creating a DDOS botnet is installing malicious code on target machines.
Dodgy attachment emails is one (tedious) way to go about this. Promising people a cut of fees charged to access a DDOS botnet if they willingly install a client that can be remotely managed is another.
Whether this is happening te Computta or not is unclear, but I’d certainly be wary.
This line from the Computta Terms and Conditions suggests unsolicited spam might be taking place ter the background:
Computta reserves the right to turn down any webpagina/user entry into the Computta Affiliate Program based on webpagina content or promotion methods.
A legitimate distributed computing cryptocurrency mining network would have nothing to hide. Yet who is running Computta is a mystery.
The company webstek provides zero information about the company or who’s running it. So basically you’re handing overheen control of your device to person(s) unknown.
Not the smartest budge ter today’s online environment.
Still it doesn’t cost anything to get involved other than your electric current bill, and that’s most likely going to be a big drawcard for those willing to take the risk.
Average laptop generates $22.80 vanaf month!
A gaming rekentuig generates $78 vanaf month!
If you’re one of those people, observe your internet usage when the client is running like a hawk. Making sure your anti-virus software is up to date wouldn’t hurt either.