Crypto Prophecy it is supposedly some “Control Panel” system that you can earn massive profits on in the cryptocurrency market. But is what you hear really the truth? Is this system really as amazing as you are told? Or is Crypto Prophecy a scam that you should just avoid?
After reviewing this system I would definitely say that the sales video makes it seem much better than it really is. Can you potentially make money with this system? Absolutely. Can you lose money with the system? Absolutely.
If you were possibly thinking about buying into this I would take the time to read over my review and hear me out beforehand. While I definitely wouldn’t consider it a scam like Crypto Cash for Beginners or Digital Formula, it just isn’t quite as good as it seems.
Crypto Prophecy Review
When you land on the Crypto Prophecy website you are greeted with a video presentation that starts out by telling you that “it’s your lucky day” and that this video isn’t available to the general public. You are led to believe that you are specially invited to watch this video along with some other people for a beta test group.
But none of that is true. Crypto Prophecy is available to anyone as far as I know and you haven’t really been specially invited. You probably got an email from someone telling you to try out the system or check out the video which you are probably hesitant to click on in the first place.
But anyways… The system was created by a woman named Susie who goes by the name of crypto girl and crypto chick apparently. She tells you that she has some “profit Control Panel” that allows you to get a piece of the $360 billion market cap, and it is the cryptocurrency market that she is referring to. She goes on to tell you that she is selling this system because it is a partnership that both her and you benefit from, but even after completing my review, I fail to see how this is a partnership in any way.
What You Get
If you buy into Crypto Prophecy you will get some video tutorials for buying/selling cryptocurrency along with the control panel that she tells you about, which shows you what to buy or sell and when to buy or sell it.
In addition, if you pay more, you can get personal trade recommendations from her. There also live webinars on Wednesdays in which you can ask questions and get answers.
Who Is Susie?
As mentioned, she goes by the name of “crypto girl”, at least on Facebook. She is fairly popular on Facebook and has around a thousand followers. The reason people follow her is for investment advice on cryptocurrencies.
So yes, she is a real person and she does at least know some of what she is talking about, but is this product really worth purchasing? Well… There are a few red flags that I will go over what you should be aware of. First off… The video presentation is misleading at times.
Misleading Video Presentation
In the video presentation she shows you a bunch of charts of cryptocurrencies that have skyrocketed in price. However, she does not show you the full picture.
For example, she showed a screenshot a price chart for the Linda coin but only showed it up to its peak. She did not show the downtrend that followed, which you can see below is 10 times lower.
There do seem to be a lot of people who of made money from following her advice, but these examples are coming from, what I can tell, the end of 2017 and early 2018 when you could make money on pretty much any cryptocurrency investment you made. The entire cryptocurrency market was booming and you could pretty much throw your money in anything and get a profit.
While you could have turned $10 into over $4000 (as she tells you), there haven’t been opportunities like this in a long time… Very very few if any. The example shown in the video presentation are old and come from when the big boom was going on. This was basically a bubble at the end of 2017 and early 2018 that popped and still has not even come close to recovering.
You can see from the screenshot I took below, at the peak of the cryptocurrency boom the market evaluation was that $831 billion and currently, as I am writing this, it is at $214 billion… That is around 1/4 what it was and there still are not really any good signs of it recovering.
Something else I notice is that she keeps mentioning that you can get a piece of the “$360 billion pie”. I’m not sure if the video presentation was filmed they while ago and is old, but the cryptocurrency market is not valued anywhere near $360 billion currently.
Not The Best Advice
One thing that really bugged me in the video presentation is that she keeps showing how she sold bitcoin for all this money using Coinbase, which is probably the most popular cryptocurrency exchange out there.
The reason this bugs me is because Coinbase is an absolutely horrible exchange to use when trading cryptocurrencies. This is NOT what you want to use unless you love getting charged high fees and paying a bunch of money that you don’t need to pay. You could easily use other exchanges, such as CoinbasePro or Gemini, and not even pay close to the amount of fees as you would when using regular old Coinbase.
So I’m not sure what the deal is here. Why is she using Coinbase? Does she not know that there are better exchanges out there? Or maybe is she just using Coinbase so that she can get referral bonuses when she refers other people to join Coinbase (they give $10 referral bonuses)?
I don’t know what the deal is but I don’t like it.
Does Her Control Panel Really Work That Great?
This “Control Panel” is said to tell you exactly when to buy and when to sell for massive profits. She says that it is so good and the timing is always perfect…. That is like winning the lottery, which I am very hesitant to believe.
Supposedly it runs a feed of current market information and picks the best trade opportunities… Doing all the research for you. However, based on what I have found,. Of course you want to buy low and sell high, so the coins that have dropped in price are listed in green on the control panel as good coins to purchase.
This is all it does as far as I know. Anyone reading this can correct me if I am wrong, but as far as I see this does not look like anything special by any means. In fact, it seems pretty crappy. It does not take into account what the coin actually does, whether or not it has been pumped, whether it has a realistic future, the team behind the project, etc.
Real Example From Crypto Prophecy…. FAILURE
There was a YouTube video that I watched from a guy who purchased Crypto Prophecy and I took a screenshot of what the control panel was telling him to do. As you can see, the coin “Dropil” it is listed in green. This green indicates that this is a coin you should buy. The ones in red are coins that have already went up in price and that you do not want to purchase.
The Control Panel is saying to purchase Dropil at $0.0043 as you can see…
Well that was a couple of weeks ago (at the time of me writing this) and now Dropil is still going down in value. Now it is that $0.003…
So what to do now??? I guess now is just a waiting game and I guess you have to pray that this coin does not go down any further, which it very well could do.
I’d Always Recommend Against Something Like This
She makes it very clear that this system does all of the research and hard work for you, but I always recommend you do some research on your own. I definitely wouldn’t recommend purchasing a coin based on what this Control Panel tells you since it seems to really not take all that much into consideration.
The Problem I See & Why I Don’t Recommend This
This system seems to only be relying on whether or not the price has went up or down in order to make a call on whether to buy/sell. This strategy could have been very profitable during the cryptocurrency boom that I talked about above, but not so much anymore. Plenty of cryptocurrencies have went under in pretty much vanished from the face of the earth. There have been times of people that have lost tons of money in the cryptocurrency market and this is not the incredible opportunity it was back in late 2017.
I have been trading cryptocurrencies for about eight months now and to be honest the market is pretty crappy right now. I still have hopes that it will bounce back, but only time will tell.
I’m sure that crypto girl (Susie) has made a lot of money in cryptocurrencies, as she says she has, but pretty much everyone has who got involved early on. Just because you made a lot of money in cryptocurrencies definitely does not mean you know what you are talking about. There are plenty of idiots on YouTube that share investment advice and really have no clue what they’re talking about… They just got lucky.
Now I’m definitely not saying that she has no clue what she is talking about, but I will say that a lot of her investments or ones that I would not have made myself and ones that I do not consider very good.
I would love to see her performance over the last several months… Besides that of the crypto boom because everyone made money back then. If she is still making incredibly accurate and profitable trades in the current market state, then this would be impressive. But I see no proof that she is.
So anyways… You can bind to this product if you want to, but it is not something that I am going to be recommending, nor will I be purchasing it myself. It just doesn’t seem all that great and the trade recommendations that it makes seem to be pretty horrible to me… Which means you will lose money.
I hope you enjoyed this review and found it somewhat helpful. Please leave any comments or questions down below and I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂