BitAge Promises Up to 340% Returns from Its Bitcoin Investment Fund

BitAge Promises Up to 340% Returns from Its Bitcoin Investment Fund

Digital currency investment company BitAge Corporation has guaranteed up to 340% returns from its Bitcoin investment fund. The Panama company, which has already attracted investments worth over $1 million from around the globe, offers a number of investment plans — each catering for investors of varying financial calibre. For instance: its lowermost plan requires investors to invest a deposit between $10 and $299 (0.03-0.8979 BTC), which promises to yield up to 121% total return; whilst its topmost plans — as stated above — promises up to 340% returns out of the investment between $15,000....


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