System Changes — New Functions!

10 Feb 2020

Since February 10th, we have adapted some basic functions and innovations to our system and our website.

Profits distributed to all investors are now displayed on our homepage for everyone to see.

Besides, we have started the "Automatic Reinvestment" function for all long-term investors.
With this function, you can invest your capital fully automatically in the long term - as long as you want!

Additional benefits are also paid for both long-term investments and an increased investment amount.
You can find all new additional fees on the capital investment page.

With the function "increase," you can increase your current investment plans with more capital.

Take a look at the new features and say what you like best!
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