TronGrace’s website doesn’t have information about who owns the company or who runs it.
Domains known The places that TronGrace works from are:
trongrace.space was registered privately in September 2021, and the registration was last changed on October 1, 2022.
trongrace1.space was registered privately on December 4, 2022.
trongrace.io will be registered privately on November 30, 2022
It looks like these websites are linked to different TronGrace smart contracts. TronGrace has already started up and failed at least once, in plain English.
The.IO domain is the website that TronGrace is using right now.
Traffic reports from SimilarWeb for the three known domains of TronGrace are as follows:
trongrace.space will get 110,000 visits in November 2022, with 83% of them coming from Vietnam, 9% from the US, and 5% from Zimbabwe.
trongrace1.space doesn’t get enough traffic to be tracked trongrace.io gets 5,700 visits in November 2022
At the very least, we can guess that Vietnam is where TronGrace is being promoted the most. The person in charge of the business could also be from Vietnam, but website traffic data alone is not enough to say for sure.
If an MLM company isn’t clear about who owns or runs it, you should always think twice before joining or giving them any money.
The Products of TronGrace
TronGrace has no products or services that can be sold.
Affiliates can only sell membership in the TronGrace affiliate program.
Plan for paying TronGrace
Affiliates of TronGrace invest anywhere from 100 to 4,000,000 TRX at a time. This is done because a 200% ROI is promised.
Returns are paid out at a rate of 1% every 24 hours, and the following bonuses are also available:
0.1% per hour an affiliate investor doesn’t withdraw, capped at 1% and reset every day. 0.2% per hour to every affiliate investor per 1 billion in active TRX investments company-wide, capped at 0.5% a day. 0.1% per hour to every affiliate investor per 10 million investors in TronGrace, capped at 0.5% a day. TronGrace pays referral commissions using a unilevel compensation structure.
With a unilevel compensation structure, an affiliate is at the top of a unilevel team, and every other affiliate they personally recruit is right under them (level 1):
If an affiliate on level 1 brings in new affiliates, those new affiliates join the original affiliate’s unilevel team on level 2.
If any level 2 affiliates bring in new affiliates, they move to level 3, and so on until there are no more levels to go down.
TronGrace caps payable unilevel team levels at eleven.
Affiliates get paid a certain percentage of the TRX they invest in each of these eleven levels.
level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 10% level 2 – 4% level 3 – 2% levels 4 and 5 – 1% levels 6 and 7 – 0.5% level 8 – 0.4% level 9 – 0.3% level 10 – 0.2% level 11 – 0.1%
Getting into TronGrace
Joining as a TronGrace affiliate is free.
To fully take part in the attached income opportunity, you need to invest between 100,000 and 4,000,000 TRX.
TronGrace: The End
TronGrace is just a straightforward MLM crypto Ponzi scheme. The company tells a decentralized lie to hide who owns and runs TronGrace.
Trongrace is completely decentralized, which means that no one is in charge of it, not even its own software team.
It is made to be a fully independent system. No one can get their hands on money. Between you and the smart contract, your money is safe.
Someone made TronGrace, and someone runs the website for TronGrace. Whoever is in charge of TronGrace can turn it off at any time, whether people are acting alone or in a group.
At the time of publication, TronGrace’s smart contract had 6.5 million TRX in it.
On October 29, the original TronGrace smart-contract reached a high point of 21,9 million TRX. That dropped to 9.5 million TRX by November 25 and was quickly used up after that.
As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, once TronGrace stops recruiting new affiliates, new money will stop coming in.
This will stop TronGrace from getting money from ROI, which will eventually cause it to fail.
We know that TronGrace has already fallen at least once, and maybe even twice.
When TronGrace fails a second or third time, most investors will lose their money (again).