For some reason, this is one of the questions most frequently asked by people looking to join BitClub, although in my opinion, it’s not really the right question to ask.
Not that I don’t understand the reason for people asking it. It’s a fair enough question, but to me, it’s like asking a bank manager how much the bank will be paying you per day on a savings account. Is it hugely relevant? Not to my mind. At the end of the day, it’s really small thinking as there is potentially BIG money to be made here.
When one joins BitClub network as a paid member, one can choose to join:
purely as an investor in that you buy a share or shares in a mining pool and sit back to let BitClub mine for you over a 1 000 day period
as an investor with the aim of building a team.
Whilst the big money lies in building a team, the money one can make only by buying a mining share is not bad at all – pretty good actually!
To give you an idea:
If you bought a share in Pool 1 (which is the entry level pool), you could expect a growth in your investment of between 3% and 5% per month.
If you bought a share in Pool 2, you could expect a growth in your investment of between 3% and 7% per month.
If you bought a share in Pool 3, you could expect a growth in your investment of between 5% and 8% per month.
If you bought a share in the Founder’s Pool (which gives you one share in each of the three pools), you could expect a growth in your investment of between 6% and 10% per month.
If you bought a share in the GPU $1 000 Pool (this pool allows you to mine a leading crypto-currency, other than bitcoin), you could expect a growth in your investment of between 3% and 5% per month.
And if you bought a share in the GPU Founder’s Pool (this pool allows you to mine five leading crypto-currencies, other than bitcoin, all at the same time), you could expect a growth in your investment of between 6% and 10% per month.
How much would these work out to in rands?
(Note that these rand amounts are based on the current USD value at the time of writing)
In the case of Pool 1, approximately R180- R300 per month.
In the case of Pool 2, approximately R360 – R840 per month.
In the case of Pool 3, approximately R1 200 – R1 900 per month.
In the case of the Founder’s Pool, approximately R2 500 – R4 200 per month.
In the case of the GPU $1 000 Pool, approximately R360 – R600 per month.
In the case of the GPU Founder’s Pool, approximately R3 600 – R6 000 per month.
So, if one works on earning these amounts per month, it’s very easy to calculate one’s potential earnings per day ie divide the amounts by 30:
Possible earnings per day?
In the case of Pool 1, approximately R6 – R10 per day.
In the case of Pool 2, approximately R12 – R28 per day.
In the case of Pool 3, approximately R40 – R64 per day.
In the case of the Founder’s Pool, approximately R84 – R40 per day.
In the case of the GPU $1 000 Pool, approximately R12 – R20 per day.
In the case of the GPU Founder’s Pool, approximately R120 – R200 per day.
Not bad, but not hugely exciting – which takes me back to my opening comment: asking how much one can earn per day is not really the question one should be asking, or put differently, it’s not the most important question to ask.
On this note, let me state that BitClub Network will NEVER guarantee a set return on investment. It’s impossible doing so, due to the vagaries and difficulties of bitcoin mining. (A failed Ponzi scheme like MMM guaranteed 30% a ROI per month and where are they now? Long gone!)
BitClub Network is a solid, legitimate and transparent bitcoin miner, with all of its mining activities available for viewing on the Blockchain – the public ledge open to all. See www.bitclubpool.com and also www.blockchain.info
No legitimate bitcoin mining operation can, or will ever, guarantee a set return on investment. It is just not possible. So when you look at the above daily or monthly returns on investment, know that they are anticipated, NOT guaranteed. They are likely – or possible – returns based on current and recent performance. Some months, the returns will be lower than you’ll see here. And in other months, they’ll be higher.
Earlier, I mentioned that the big money in BitClub Network is made by building a team. This is absolutely the case, and is due to an incredibly generous compensation plan and its numerous revenue streams eg Infinity commissions, Level Up commissions, matching bonuses, Cycle payments etc. I’d be happy to send you a video explaining the compensation plan if you like. Just email me on firstname.lastname@example.org with “Compensation plan video” in the subject line.
Hope this helps in the meantime!!
Besides being an experienced advertising person running the small ad agency Kavonic Hone in Johannesburg South Africa, Gerard Kavonic is one of the first people to have joined BitClub Network in SA in 2015. He has two websites: www.bitclub.co.za and www.bitclubblog.com and has a growing team around the world. Anyone wanting to join BitClub Network has to register as a free member first. If you have already been introduced to BitClub, you should register under that person. If you don’t have anyone to register under, you’re welcome to join under Gerard. His username is gerard and his personal link is https://bitclubblog.com/gerard/signup.html He can be reached on 083 444 9888 and on email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org skype: gerardkavonic