If there is one city in South Africa that’s been lagging in terms of Bitclub Network membership, it’s Cape Town.
And undoubtedly it’s because there have been so few presentations there.
In the almost three years that I have been a Bitclub Network member (I was one of the first to join this amazing business in this country, and joined in 2015),
I have been contacted by a number of people in Cape Town, Somerset West and surrounding areas asking questions like:
Where can I attend a Bitclub Network presentation in Cape Town?
Is there Bitclub Training in Cape Town?
Are there Bitclub offices in Cape Town?
Along with all the usual questions..
How much to join Bitclub Network?
What is a Bitcoin mining pool?
Does one have to recruit in Bitclub Network to earn money?
And, my all-time favourite..(joking)
Is Bitclub Network a Ponzi scheme, a Pyramid scheme or some kind of Get-Rich-Quick Scheme?
The good news? Cape Town is about to have its own Bitclub Network office, from which answers to all the above questions can be had!
The offices have in fact already opened, although they are not open in the way the Bitclub Network offices in Johannesburg is open ie with days set for presentations and training.
(The office in Johannesburg has presentations Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, with Training provided on Saturday mornings for those who have recently joined).
The person who has opened the Cape Town office (it’s in the Strand area) is currently in discussions with other Bitclub Network leaders in the Western Cape to agree presentation times, and will be communicating these in due course.
I spoke with him this morning, and as soon as I have more information, I’ll gladly pass it on.
Just email me on email@example.com or call me on 083 444 9888. My name is Gerard.
When presentations do open, and you’d like to attend, please don’t make the mistake of arriving there having not already registered as a free member.
You MUST register as a free member of Bitclub Network BEFORE you attend a presentation.
Why? Because there will always be people hanging around our offices trying to get you to register under them with a view in getting you into their team, and unless you know them, and trust them, you shouldn’t do so.
In the past, we have had a number of instances at our Johannesburg office where “touts” offer to show you how to register, how to upgrade and how to buy shares in a mining pool.
They offer to do it for you, and instead of doing it from their hearts, do it with the intention of either overcharging you, or stealing your money.
Now, whilst this this is not a widespread occurrence, it DOES happen – and has happened before.
To avoid being ripped off, here are the costs and other important information, just so you know:
One share in Pool 1 costs $500
One share in Pool 2 costs $1 000
One share in Pool 3 costs $2 000
One share in the Founders Pool costs $3 500 (A share in the Founders pool gives you one share in Pool 1, one share in Pool 2 and one share in Pool 3)
One share in a GPU pool costs $1 000.
One share in a GPU Founders Pool costs $5 000
There is also a once-off upgrade cost of $99.
These prices are all payable in Bitcoin Cash.
Note that you CANNOT pay via EFT or Cash, and you CANNOT pay partial amounts eg 50% now and 50% later.
The above costs have not changed in the last four years and will not change in the foreseeable future, so if you are told that a Pool 1 share costs $600 for example, know that the person telling you is this is out to make $100 out of you!
Again, this is not to sound the alarm bells: it is thankfully not a widespread practice, just one that COULD happen, especially if you are elderly, not good with a computer or attend a presentation “looking confused!”
The safest thing to do is to register as a free member BEFORE a presentation so that if someone comes up to you to ask whether you have already registered, you can tell them that you have.
Then, you need to learn how to open a Bitcoin wallet, upgrade and buy a share in a mining pool.
If you TRUST someone enough to show you to how do this, all well and good…but make sure you know the person and trust him or her.
The safest way is to learn how to do it yourself.
So, how to register as a free member?
Go to www.bitclubnetwork.com and at the top right, click SIGN UP.
You will be asked for a Sponsor’s username. (A sponsor will be a person who is already a member of Bitclub Network).
Enter their username and then choose a username and password for yourself.
Please select a username and password that you will remember, and write it down somewhere so that you won’t forget them!
An email will then be sent to your sponsor notifying them that you have registered, and that person should then confirm this with you.
You will then be in that person’s team.
If you don’t have anyone to register under?
Either contact me or choose from one of the following usernames:
Either of these are fine – just make sure to spell them correctly.
The important thing is to register under someone who has a good understanding of the Bitclub Network business and who will be able to support you and answer any questions you might have.
There is absolutely no problem registering under a family member or a friend, so long as they UNDERSTAND the business. This is hugely important as you will be in that person’s team and he or she will need to support you and help you with any issues that may arise.
The opening of the new Bitclub Network office in Cape Town will be warmly welcomed by those residing in the city, but we’ll be posting dates and times of presentations on our facebook page as soon as they’ve been confirmed.
Gerard Kavonic was one of the first people to join Bitclub Network South Africa. This was in 2015. He is soon to achieve the rank of Master Builder. He has two websites: www.bitclub.co.za and www.bitclubblog.com He co-administers a fast-growing team around the world. Anyone wanting to join BitClub Network as a paid member must register as a free member first. If you have already been introduced to BitClub, you should register under that person, assuming that he or she has a good understanding of the business. This person would then constitute your upline sponsor. If you don’t have anyone to register under, you’re welcome to join under Gerard’s username BITCOINGERARD or username WILLARD. Their personal links are //bitclubnetwork.com/bitcoingerard/signup.html and //bitclubnetwork.com/willard/signup.html respectively. Gerard can be reached on +27 83 444 9888 or on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com