Beware of Nimbus – Review Part 3

The Ponzi scheme run by Nimbus Platform has now failed for the third time.

A third Ponzi shit token has been released in an instant restart.

Annual ROI rates have been cut, and a new scam involving SYNTA tokens is about to start.

The changes to the ROI of Nimbus Platform were announced on December 31, 2022.

The message above says that on January 12, Nimbus Platform will change the annual ROI from 100% to 35% to 45%.

In late December, NIMB and GNIMB, which seem to have started a few weeks ago, will be used to run Nimbus Platform’s new Ponzi scheme.

When it began in 2020, Nimbus Platform was just a simple NMBT Ponzi points scheme. When that didn’t work in early 2021, Nimbus Platform used NBU tokens to start the Ponzi scheme all over again.

This second version fell apart at the end of 2022, so NIMB and GNIMB tokens were used to start over for the third time.

Still unknown is how long the third restart of the Nimbus Platform will last.

SimilarWeb has seen that the number of people who visit Nimbus Platform’s website will drop between now and 2022. As of December 2022, the most people come to the Nimbus Platform website from Germany, Spain, and Colombia.

In Germany, it looks like hiring has stopped because the number of new hires fell to 41% in December, which is 45% less than in November.

Nimbus Platform seems to stay alive by finding new victims in Spain (13%, which is the second largest source of traffic). The number of visitors from Colombia dropped to 13%, which is 30% less than the month before.

The Nimbus Platform’s other change is Synta.

In a press release from December 31, Nimbus Platform calls the launch of Synta a partnership.

We work with SYNTA as a partner, and we help them add crypto solutions to their product ecosystem.

SYNTA is an infrastructure for multi-finance brokerage. It has a matching engine that can handle 1000 orders per second.

SYNTA is one of the fastest brokerages on the market right now because its system is scalable and can be grown to meet customer needs.

Synta is a place where stolen cryptocurrency from the Nimbus Platform can be laundered, but it also has a scam investment scheme.

There will only be 300 million SYNTA tokens, and they will run right on the BNB Smart Chain.

An annual airdrop will give SYNTA holders 20% of the audited net profits.

Also, if the ecosystem has been stable for more than 360 days, the annual airdrop goes up by 20%.

The SYNTA token looks like a BEP-20 shitcoin. These are easy to set up and cost little or nothing.

In April 2022, the domain name for the website “” was registered privately. No information is given about who owns or runs the business.

The first phase of IDO, which will only sell 3,080,000 SYNTA tokens on January 4, 2023, is being worked on by SYNTA. The token can be bought with BUSD or BNB on the Nimbus Platform.

When the first part of IDO is over, SYNTA will be on Nimbus Swap.

From what you’ve read, it seems pretty clear that the same scammers who made the Nimbus Platform also made Synta.

Andrea Zanon was the first CEO of Nimbus Platform, and David Mazaheri was the first COO. Zanon disappeared after a few months of the Ponzi scheme.

Fernando Martinho took over as CEO on September 7, 2020, when Zanon stepped down.

When the Nimbus Platform broke up at the start of 2021, Martinho was also gone.

Nimbus Platform’s comeback was led by Alex Lemberg, the company’s third CEO.

You probably already knew this, but Lemberg has also been missing since the second time the Nimbus Platform fell down.

Patricio Pozzi is in charge of Nimbus Platform’s third reboot. He became its fourth CEO at the beginning of December 2022.

Since 2021, Pozzi has been Vice President of Nimbus Platform. He was hired from within the company.

Whoever is really in charge of Nimbus Platform keeps hiring Boris CEOs to run the business, if that wasn’t already clear.

If the third try to restart Nimbus Platform fails, Pozzi will probably be gone, too. No one knows for sure if there will be a fourth remake.

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