Bitcoin Era Review (

Bitcoin Era is claimed to be a Bitcoin Trading App. “You can become the next millionaire!” They exclaim. Bitcoin Era is actually more than an app, it is an exclusive group. Its members are said to “enjoy retreats around the world every month while they make money on their laptop with just a few minutes of ‘work’ every day.” So should you seek to be a Bitcoin Era member? Or is this just a SCAM? Let’s see…

The domain was registered on April 17, 2019 for 1 year. As of the time of writing, it receives moderate amount of internet traffic and engagement, especially by visitors from Mexico, United Arab Emirates, Poland, Italy, India, Thailand, Peru, and Venezuela.

When we first visited Bitcoin Era, it said:

WARNING : Due to extremely high media demand, we will close registration as of 23/09/2019 – HURRY!

And a timer is counting down the minutes… only 4 minutes left. We’ll have to write this review quickly. (Bitcoin Era)
Oh no… 1 second left!

No worries… the timer just restarts again from 10 minutes.

What exactly is Bitcoin Era?

By trading with the Bitcoin Era app, it is claimed that Bitcoin Era members typically profit a minimum of $1,100 daily. Their members allegedly only have to put around 20 minutes a day or less into it because “the software handles the trading.” The software is said to win trades with an 99.4% accuracy.

$1,100 is small cash. Your profits with the Bitcoin Era are allegedly unlimited and some members are said to have earned their first million within 2 months. (So they made an average of $16.4K per day!)

And with Bitcoin Era app being free, how can you say no to such an offer? No hidden fees, broker fees, or commissions. “All of your money is 100% yours and you are free to withdraw it at any time you choose without delay.” We want to believe that this is true – please let us know by commenting below if you have any proof to the contrary.

Is Bitcoin Era a scam? is “an online information service with downloadable and web based software. They write in their Terms and Conditions document that the:

videos displayed on the Website are provided for informational and promotional purposes only and should not be relied upon in making decisions and are for simulation only by using actor(s) and demo accounts. […] The information contained in these videos is strictly for informational and Promotional purposes. Therefore, if you wish to apply and use the Software, you are taking full responsibility for your actions. […] No representation is being made that any User will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those discussed and mentioned in the videos.

This statement makes us immediately realize two things:

  1. Using this software, you are likely to lose your money.
  2. There’s no use in even watching the video…

In reality, is first and foremost a landing page, which allows the owners to make a quick buck by selling your information to a CFDs broker. (Which perhaps is why this is not available in the US where CFD trading is illegal.)

How it works? You sign up with Bitcoin Era and receive access to the software as well as to a CFD brokerage account. The “broker,” actually sales person, you are assigned will then call you to help you deposit, if you don’t deposit yourself.

With CFDs trading, the more money you lose, the higher the profit of the “broker” is. So it’s probably not in your best interest to heed to their advice.

How many bucks is Bitcoin Era making with your information?

We do not know exactly, but we can make a few assumptions from taking a look at their affiliate program.

Bitcoin Era Affiliate Program

Yes, Bitcoin Era is offering an affiliate program. It can be accessed on affiliate networks such as MaxBounty where they are advertised to have an EPC of $2.60, meaning for every click, the affiliate earns 2.60 USD. The CPA is $520, which means that as an affiliate, for every referral you make, you earn $520.

So if an affiliate makes $520 for each sale, the owners of Bitcoin Era are probably making at least $600-700 (and get to keep at least $80 per lead), while the brokerage makes whatever the clients deposits.

Bitcoin Era’s affiliate program is offered as an affiliate offer currently only in Sweden, Spain, Norway, Netherlands, Italy, and the English-speaking countries except for the US (Australia, Hong Kong, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, and the United Kingdom).

While Bitcoins Era may not be an outright scam, it is definitely misleading and potentially dangerous. We would recommend avoiding it unless you are aware of the risks involved in CFDs trading.

Thank you for reading our Bitcoin Era review. Please comment below sharing any feedback about this trading app, especially we would love to know which brokerages you were assigned and how they treated you.


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