BTC Hourly Review – Is it a Scam? Read This Before You Invest

What is BTC Hourly? Is it a scam? It is another High Yield Investment Program (HYIP) that promises an unrealistic fixed high return. Can they really generate ROI of 0.75% hourly forever? Read this BTC Hourly Review and find out why you should stay away from this internet investment scam.

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BTC Hourly Review - Is it a Scam Read This Before You Invest

BTC Hourly Review

What is BTC Hourly?

Name: BTC Hourly
Website address:
Price: $1 – $2,000,000
Overall Rank: 0 out of 100

Arbitrage trading of cryptocurrencies, no doubt, is the fastest growing form of arbitrage trading globally today. However, not all cryptocurrency investment companies on the market are legitimate.

Obviously, there is a lack of details on how BTC Hourly manage the invested fund from the public. BTC Hourly tends to be vague about the strategies used in the investment programs and how they trade Bitcoins.

I have tried very hard to find out their investment strategies but they do not give adequate information on how their financial instruments work.

The official website of BTC Hourly looks professional, but there are many red flags you could pick up.

Let’s investigate the investment plans available on BTC Hourly.

BTC Hourly claims that they trade Bitcoins and pay up to 0.75% hourly forever. 6000% after 45 days. 9000% after 60 days. These may be good for short bursts of profit in mid-term earning range. However, that also sounds like an internet scam.

BTC Hourly Review - Is it a Scam Read This Before You Invest

Who Is It For?

Anyone looking to make money online. I used to say this type of HYIP is for those that are desperate. I do not trust most of the HYIP on the internet because they are no legitimate.

This is also for those that have money to waste, so if you are planning on using the money for your groceries, please skip BTC Hourly and forget about HYIP.

This is also not going to replace your 9-to-5 job and it is not going to make you rich either. It probably will steal all your hard earned money and never come back again.

Should You Trust BTC Hourly?

You should not trust this investment company.

#Red Flag 1 – Domain Expiry Date

Why I said BTC Hourly is a scam because the registered domain is expiring on 01-feb-2018. If this is a legitimate business, why would they register the domain only for such a short period of time?

#Red Flag 2 – Ponzi Scheme

The referral program. This is a typical trick from most of the HYIP on the market. They offer to reward “referral fees” to investors for bringing in additional members.

BTC Hourly Review - Is it a Scam Read This Before You Invest

That’s how a Ponzi scheme is operated. They new members to sustain the pyramid. They need “new” money to generate “returns” for the older investors by acquiring new investors. See illustration below.

BTC Hourly Review - Is it a Scam? Read This Before You Invest

#Red Flag 3 – Vague Investment Information

BTC Hourly provides very few details about how they run the company and how profits are generated. HYIP like BTC Hourly should always be able to explain how they intend to generate returns.

This is your hard earned money, please do not be afraid to ask questions. A genuine financial professional will usually be happy to explain in detail the investment program they are marketing. Unfortunately, BTC Hourly fails to do so.

#Red Flag 4 – E-Currency Account

You are required to open an e-currency account to invest. You have to know that e-currency accounts are often not licensed as a money transmitter. It is highly risky to invest your money through these unlicensed money transmitters, especially they involve international operations, which means it may be very hard, if not impossible, to get your money back.

#Red Flag 5 – High, Unsustainable Yields

I have years of experience in investments. Historically, investments in most large corporate stocks return less than 10% per year. Usually, HYIP scams offer between 1 percent to 2 percent daily profits to its members. As for BTC Hourly, they offers up to 0.75% hourly forever, of which it is extremely unrealistic.

At the time of writing, they have just launched two other investment plans:-

  • VIP 1 Plan, that is only available for 100 investors where you can  make 15000% after 8 Days + Principal Back.
  • Top Profit Plan, that is also only available for 100 investors where you can make 16000% after 4 Days + Principal Back.

The higher returns that they claim on the official page clearly indicate that the investment is actually a Ponzi scheme or a junk bond that may never increase in value and has a high rate of default.


I am not a fan of these HYIP programs and it is very rare that I recommend them, because there are some things you need to know before you dive into this throwing your hard earned money around.

Based on my observation, it is very clear that BTC Hourly is an investment scam.

I have tried some of the HYIPs before and I have been scammed once. I hence did a thorough research and only discover how these “investment” scams operate and steal our money.

I reviewed some other similar HYIP in my blog too like Amazing 5 and Capital7. They both work the same way as BTC Hourly.

Why do people keep joining HYIPs knowing that they are Ponzi schemes?


All these Ponzi Schemes are aimed at people who want to get rich quick and do not want to take the tried & tested route of – hard work = success.

Most people want to make lots of money quickly and the legal options are often very limited (e.g. Lottery). When a product promises to give you exorbitant returns, people tend to believe it due to our greed.

However, most of the people end up losing their savings and hard-earned money.

I wrote an article on How to Invest Online Without Being Scammed. This should serve as a reference when you look for a legitimate investment company on the internet.

BTC Hourly Review - Is it a Scam? Read This Before You Invest

Final Word

I don’t like the reliance on a Ponzi scheme in order to make bad money.

Instead, I do affiliate marketing (it’s different) and rely 100% on myself to build an income online. If you are interested in alternative ways to generate a real passive income online, you might want to consider running your own legitimate online business.

One powerful way to do this is through an approach called affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing lets you earn money by promoting products from other companies. Any product you promote is going to be based on your opinion, and you are not required to stick with just one company.

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It’s Your Turn Now

Please share this article with your friends and family members so that they do not fall into the trap of another HYIP scam, BTC Hourly.

If you have any questions or comments, let me know in the comment box below.



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12 Responses

  1. Jhonny C says:

    Buen día : Que opina sobre Venture Alliance y Nano Tacnologies Inversiones ?

    • Alex Y says:

      Dear JhonnyC,

      It is best to avoid all HYIPs on the internet. Almost all of them are scams. Do not invest your money in these programs. There have been a lot of complaints and feedback from my readers that they have been scammed and blocked from accessing the programs.


  2. seshasahai says:

    Has anybody invested BTC 4000 and BTC 5000 as per deposit details.
    It sounds fake scam and foolishment to deposit such a huge amount of BTC

    • Alex Y says:

      You will be surprised there are people putting that much for something that does not work. It is indeed a scam and people should avoid putting money in BTC Hourly or any HYIPs on the market.

  3. dinesh says:

    Ma exprience stay away from they eated ma 0.4btc i suprise i can login to my account & withdraw the balance but got nothing so BIG SCAMMER WEBSITE, Someone fuck their money i pray !

    • Alex Y says:

      Sorry to hear that Dinesh. I appreciate your feedback on this HYIP. Share with you friends around and remind them to stay away from BTC Hourly.
      Hope you will get the money back one day.

  4. Joseph Andrews says:

    My experience with BTCHourly started off great. Withdrawals were instant. After a couple weeks the withdrawals were harder to get thru. But I could still get them thru. Long story short I made investments from profit that netted some huge profit. With 11,000,000 USD in my account I attempted a withdrawal of $250,000 wrong thing to do I guess. They zeroed my account and my earnings balance. I emailed several times with no reply. I sent one more email to possibly get an answer and they locked me out of my account. My advice, stay away

    • Alex Y says:

      Hi Joseph,

      This is horrible. I have received several personal messages that some of them have lost $10,000 in their investment with BTCHourly. I am so sorry to hear that you have made a huge loss with this program. Yes, I do agree with you that people should stay away from BTCHourly. Not only that, people should stay away from all HYIPs on the market as almost all of them are scams.
      I do hope you could get your money back.


  5. Ahmed Salman says:

    It’s a big scam , they pay one time only and then they don’t pay a dime then they block your IP address from accessing their site , luckily I invested only 45 cents

  6. Steven says:

    It is scam. Stay away is a wise choice. I have tested it . They blocked my IP address
    as my investment period has come to the maturity . I’m investing in 7500% ROI in 10days.
    Obviously, it is scam. So stay away guys.

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