How do we know that Crypster isn't just another Ponzi scheme and re-distributing capital rather than trading profits like Bernie Madoff?

How do we know that Crypster isn’t just another Ponzi scheme and re-distributing capital rather than trading profits like Bernie Madoff?

One of the key characteristics of a Ponzi-Scheme is that it relies on fresh capital pouring in all the time. Otherwise, there is no money to be distributed to existing clients.

Crypster does not work this way. 

Even if no new Crypster clients register for months or even years, we still create profits with the funds that were already committed to the marketplace – of which a fixed portion will be distributed directly to you. 

Furthermore, you can – at any time – request a withdrawal of the assets you committed to trading back to your Crypster Wallet and from there back to a Crypto wallet of your choice. Crypster regularly processes these requests on a weekly basis (due to the logic of weekly trade sprints). 

Typically, Ponzi-Schemes come with a minimum binding time of at least a month – which is logical, since their makers need the time to generate the respective volume needed for the felony to become lucrative enough.