Last month I wrote an article about Exby, you can read the full article here.

A few days ago I completed my first withdrawal. I averaged 0.36% ROI every day and after my investment unlocked I had made a total profit of 11.41% (in 31 days).

If you invested when I first published my article you would have now made your 11% profit. If you did, well done!

To withdraw your money, just click on “Your Wallet” then navigate to the coin you invested and click “withdraw”. Then input your wallet address where you want to send the money.

A few hours later I received an email notification that the money was in my wallet.

You can start investing in Exby with very small amounts:

Minimums: 0.0005 BTC, 0.03 ETH (ERC20), 0.3 LTC, 330 DOGE, 30 USDT (ERC20), 20 USDT (TRC20), 20 USDT (BEP20), 230 TRX (TRC20), 0.3 BCH, 40 XRP, 0.085 BNB (BEP20), 30 USDC (ERC20), 20 USDC (BEP20).

Personally I wouldn’t start with too small amount because I don’t want to wait 30 days to make $2 profit on a $20 investment. But that is an option if you don’t want to risk too much.

There are never any guarantees about these projects, but so far I am obviously very pleased with Exby and have banked my first profits.

I would also suggest you have a look at 101 Money Maker. You can read my full breakdown of the platform here...

(I always preach using a Ledger as a crypto wallet, you can read my reasons for this here, and you can go directly to the official Ledger store here.)

As always this is not financial advice, just findings based on my research. Remember to only use risk capital.

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Disclaimer: This is not financial advice, the information in this article is for educational purposes only. Never invest what you can’t afford to lose. I disclaim any liability or loss incurred by any person who acts on the information, ideas, or strategies discussed in my articles. Do Your Own Research.

By redking

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