Decentralized Hedge Fund (DHF): An Honest Review from an Investor

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I probably should have written this article a year ago but for good reason, I decided to wait just to be sure this subject will be worth writing about. These days, we are constantly bombarded by countless so-called opportunities to live the laptop lifestyle. Every Tom Dick and Harry is trying to sell you or refer you to the next big thing that will …‘’ Change your life’’. While it is definitely true that the internet age and social media have opened up possibilities never available to people before, they have also become channels for scammers, fraudsters, and just about anyone who will say anything to make a quick buck!

Nowhere else is this reality more evident than in the relatively new and quickly rising world of Cryptocurrency Investing. The very nature of these transactions characterized by their anonymity makes them quite attractive to cybercriminals and fraudsters. The promised returns of passive income continue to serve as an alluring bait for all classes of investors, experienced and newbies alike and so I foresee this ugly trend continuing. As prevalent as these schemes are, I have always been of the opinion that there are genuine, real, and profitable platforms out there. There must be! After all, fakes or counterfeits imply the existence of the ‘real or genuine. The ultimate challenge is finding and knowing what is ‘real or genuine’ and that could be like digging for diamonds. What’s more, even if you do find them, only time can tell if they are indeed diamonds?

Even though I became aware of bitcoin about a decade ago, I never really thought much of it until quite recently and only got actively involved in cryptocurrency investing about 2 years ago. In that time, I must admit that I have fallen victim to many fraudulent schemes some of which, I should have known better than to have invested in. What is comforting though is that I learned a lot about how they operated and what red flags to look out for. Yes, I lost money, but not in a quantity I could not afford to lose. I consider it an investment in helping me figure out what works and what sucks!

About a year ago, I decided to invest in a platform amongst many others after watching a YouTube video. I didn’t think much of it then, it was one of my many ‘investment experiments’, Its name; Decentralized Hedge Fund. It had a serious ring to it but that was not why I joined, I joined because the referral program was unusually unattractive. You see, most cryptocurrency investment platforms (99.9% of them) are simply Ponzi Schemes or at best MLMs masquerading themselves as trading or investments platforms. They do not trade or make any actual investments even though some of them show trading charts on their websites. They simply pay existing investors with deposits made from new investors and so rely on a highly incentivized and attractive referral program to keep the funds following. Some of them pay you commissions ‘’5 levels deep’’. (Referrals of your referrals to the 5th generation)

It seemed rather interesting that DHF only paid $20 per referred person, something they refer to as an ‘activation fee’ and that was it. Asides from the $20 worth of crypto (Bitcoin/Etherium/USDT) a new investor had to deposit there was no minimum trading capital. The balance of your deposit goes into a trading pool where it is managed by artificial intelligence.

The AI trades several pairs of cryptocurrency daily and the live trades with their closing positions are available for anyone to see. Trading data goes all the way back to August 16th, 2019 and what is remarkable is they are have only posted profits month after month for over 2 years now. It has a cumulative profit from its inception of 265%. This equates to almost triple any amount invested in 2 years. Now, while this kind of return doesn’t sound as fantastic as those we’ve heard is possible and also seen in the crypto world, it is undeniably remarkable not only from a traditional investment perspective but also in high volatility /high-risk market where huge losses are and can be prevalent.

This is the first and only platform where I have actually been profitable and when I say profitable, I mean profit withdrawn into my exchange wallet, month after month. Profits usually range between 9%-12% every month. The deposited funds are held in USDT which is at par with the dollar value and so there is no risk from the volatility in the crypto market eroding your investment. It is more like a crypto wallet/savings account. Your funds are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 365days a year to be withdrawn to your exchange wallet.

I have included the video above to better share my story and provide a step by step instructions on becoming a member. The summary is:

  1. Sign up on the DHFand verify your account. (Additional security measures were recently adopted that may require you to have 2Factor Identification, an extra layer of security).
  2. Get a wallet set up on an exchange like Coinbase(very newbie friendly) or Binance, there are a host of others as well. Do your research, these are the ones I use.
  3. Purchase crypto to your wallet on the exchange in the amount you feel comfortable investing.
  4. Send crypto to your DHF wallet: Only Bitcoin, Ethereum, and USDT are accepted. Do not send any other currencies. The minimum amount is $20 worth of crypto for activation, the balance is credited to your account and included automatically in the trading pool.
  5. Check back on the 1st of every month as that is when profits are credited to your DHF wallet less the 10% charged only on your profits as Management fees. If not withdrawn, profits become part of your trading pool and are compounded for the following month.

Pros:

Ø Decentralized exists on Ether Blockchain. (No human managers/owners, a smart contract Autonomously run by an AI)

Ø 24/7 hands-free automated trading

Ø No minimum deposit amount asides from the $20 one-time activation fee.

Ø Averages 9%-12% returns monthly at least since I joined 12 months ago.

Ø Profits compounded automatically if not withdrawn.

Ø Only a 1% withdrawal fee.

Ø Funds are available for withdrawal at all times.

Ø Funds are in a stable currency and so retains their value.

Ø Not an MLM or a Ponzi, no need to recruit anyone to earn a decent profit, unattractive referral program.

Ø Now in its 3rd year with 265% cumulative profits.

Ø Live trades showing profit and loss available all the way from August 16th, 2019.

Ø Never experienced a downtime for any reason in 12 months.

Cons:

Ø No customer support available.

Ø Profits are deposited only once a month.

Ø $40 minimum withdrawal.

Ø Inability to profit from an upswing in the market since coins are held in a stable currency.

In conclusion, the DHF isn’t a perfect platform but it has been life-changing for me, not necessarily in the monetary sense as I am a very conservative investor but in the sense that it has reaffirmed my belief that there are indeed genuine online opportunities out there.

Important Disclaimer: I am not a financial advisor nor acting in any capacity as one. I am only sharing my story and journey so far with this platform. Please do your research and due diligence as investing in cryptocurrencies carries a high risk and you do so at your own risk… Only invest what you can afford to lose. Please know that I do get the $20 referral/activation fee if you do decide to invest using my link. DHF

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