UnicoinTrades Review

Unicoin Trades (UnicoinTrades.com) is an online cryptocurrency investment and mining operation that was created on October 26th, 2017 by an unknown entity.

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Unicoin Trades Review

Unicoin Trades, short for Universal Coin Trades, claims to operate as an online platform that enables cryptocurrency investors the ability to enroll with one of their lucrative investment and crypto mining plans.

As expected, only Bitcoin deposits are accepted through Unicoin Trades while investment and mining plans fluctuate between a price tag of $2,000 to $50,0000. Disclosed below are the following plans offered through Universal Coin Trades:


Deposit: $2,000 – $4,900

Daily Return: 1.25%

Approximate Annual Return: 456.25%


Deposit: $5,000 – $9,900

Daily Return: 1.27%

Approximate Annual Return: 463.55%


Deposit: $10,000 – $19,900

Daily Return: 1.29%

Approximate Annual Return: 470.85%


Deposit: $20,000 – $49,900

Daily Return: 1.31%

Approximate Annual Return: 478.15%


Deposit: $50,000 – $99,900

Daily Return: 1.33%

Approximate Annual Return: 485.45%

As stated on Unicoin Trades About Us page, they use the SHA256 algorithm, although no reference to their employed mining hardware or data centers are referenced. In addition, the site fails to disclose information regarding how an investors deposited funds are handled, which likely means that Unicoin Trades solely functions as a mining platform.

Unicoin Trades renders an unsustainable business model by promoting lifelong memberships with unrealistically high annual returns. To add, UnicoinTrades.com operates as an anonymous platform and doesn’t provide any ownership information.

Disclosed near the footer of their site would be two physical addresses which are as followed: 251 W. 30th St, Chelsea SQ Floor 9, Chelsea New York City, NY, USA and 47 Welbeck Street, London, W1G 8DZ, England.

When both addresses are searched one address comes up as a night club while the other as a telecommunications service providers, therefore indicating to us that these addresses are inacccurate.

According to WHOIS, Unicoin Trades was a privately registered domain that was created on October 26th, 2017 through the PDR Ltd domain registrar.

Other disclosed contact information would be the telephone number 1 (863) 271-7926 along with supportcenter@unicointrades.com and customerservice@unicointrades.com.

Unicoin Trades Scam

Unicoin Trades employs a slow loading and sloppy interface while failing to disclose crucial ownership and functionality information, therefore, needless to say, we were unimpressed with their site.

Other characteristics we weren’t impressed with would be how their site claims to have been in operation since 2014, yet a WHOIS search confirms their site was created in late 2017. To add to the discrepancies, Unicoin Trades employs photoshopped images to serve as their own testimonials.

Furthermore, the site possess a feeble SimilarWeb global rank of 7,064,279 as of February 2018.

Unicoin Trades operates anonymously, lacks integrity and deceptively incorporates fictitious elements into their domain to serve as a credibility crutch. It is obvious that Unicoin Trades is NOT trustworthy and should be avoided!

Have you suffered losses to Unicoin Trades? Please report any feedback, insight or opinions you may have by sharing a comment below!


  1. Chris Whitehead

    I received a call from “Mr. Garry” today letting me know about a new investment opportunity. Pretty gutsy.

    • Chris Whitehead

      The new “company” is called CrestCoin Managers.

  2. Sonia Botha

    We were scammed too, $10 000 gone (R132 500). It was money that was inherited but still. Friends of ours invested the minimum and actually made a successful withdrawal and we thought this is legit. Has anyone else made contact with them recently? or received a pay out?

  3. Chris Whitehead

    I have been intermittently checking back over at the site to see what it is looking like these days and it appears that the UNICOINTRADES domain is now also being used to host a fake Chase banking website to try and skim usernames and passwords- [hint, if you bank with Chase DO NOT try to log in to this page]

  4. Matthew Grace

    It would be nice to know where all “Investors” reside? I am no expert with the computer however did anyone get screen shots for evidence? we just need to find out as much information possible about this scam and hand it over to the Hawks or Interpol to investigate as they may well be part of a syndicate of scams like this… Possibly same people all involved… Those who have information and will to open a case and the scamsters are caught there is a potential payout if caught and a long terms jail sentence…

  5. Matthew

    Yip me! Bloody bastards… Zipped me for USD2200 eish…! R25 000… WAKAKA! After just been scammed already and this all been new to me I thought that I need to find another way to make my losses back and I was told this is legit but twice caught and the last… When ever I tried to withdrawal no e-mail sent to me and bloody passed off!

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