Company Name: Bitty Rain
Costs: 0.003 btc (roughly $56 USD at current prices)
Do I Recommend Bitty Rain?
Could you make money with Bitty Rain? I suppose so, if you could convince enough people to join. But, I highly doubt that. In reality, the company just feeds off the hype for Bitcoins, while offering a dubious advertising service. The style has been done countless times before under many different guises and it never works well.
And honestly, it’s just not worth it. You’re trying to make money promoting a service and a system that is questionable, at best. Why not put the same effort into affiliate marketing? At least there you’re promoting products people are already interested in.
What Products Does Bitty Rain Sell?
Bitty Rain doesn’t sell a physical product. Instead, the company focuses on Bitcoins.
If you’re not aware, Bitcoins are a type of cryptocurrency and are one of the most well-known examples. This is basically a form of digital currency and it’s a huge deal right now.
And honestly yeah, some people make money with cryptocurrency. Some have even got rich, which is precisely why the topic is so heavily hyped.
The problem is that the field is much more complicated than it first appears and considerably more unpredictable. In a way, the idea is much like trading on stocks. If you get everything right, the income potential exists. But, doing so takes considerable time and learning, not to mention a fair amount of luck.
So, what about Bitty Rain? The service does focus on Bitcoins and you have to pay in Bitcoins to even sign up (0.003 btc, to be precise). That’s around $56 at current prices, although prices change regularly.
But, the currency is just being used as, well, currency. You’re not actually investing in Bitcoins directly.
The main service that Bitty Rain offers is advertising. You buy Advertising Product Packages that provide you with the ability to advertise. What this means in practice isn’t clear, Bitty Rain offers no details. Based on other companies, you’re likely to be advertising your own website, perhaps using banner ads hosted in odd places.
Bitty Rain is hardly the first company to follow this approach. The idea is basically a technique that gives the company a service to promote, making them sound more legitimate.
In most cases, the advertising in question will be entirely useless. For one thing, you need something to promote. If you join Bitty Rain to make money, it’s unlikely that you already have a website or a business that needs promoting. If you did, why bother?
Instead, members of systems like this often end up building basic websites to pitch Bitty Rain the company and then promote that through the advertising. It’s a very inefficient system and is never likely to work well.
Advertising can be a powerful tool for business but you need good advertising. If you’re reaching the wrong audience, you’re just wasting your money. Companies like Bitty Rain don’t tend to focus on audience or quality. Instead, you’re simply buying advertising. This probably means most of your ads go to people who are interested in Bitty Coin or already using it.
That aside, there are no details about what the advertising actually entails. So, potential customers aren’t even told about the service that they’re meant to be buying. Yeah, that sounds legit…
In truth, the advertising is a front. You would get some advertising for the money that you pay but that’s not the point of the company. Instead, you’re basically paying for the chance to earn money.
Should You Bother?
Cryptocurrency is a concept that sounds amazing on paper but doesn’t really work out that way. You’re not likely to earn large amounts of income and the process won’t be straightforward either. For many people, the process is little more than gambling and you could lose money overnight because the market takes a turn.
That aside, Bitty Rain isn’t really a cryptocurrency company anyway. You need to pay in Bitcoin and earn that way too – but that’s just using Bitcoin as a type of currency.
The company itself is basically just an MLM where you are paying for the chance to earn money and for ‘advertising’. Yuck. That system never works well and it’s just manipulation from start to finish.
In practice, the idea simply isn’t worth it. You have very little control over your income potential. And let’s be honest. How many people could you actually recruit into the system? I’d guess hardly any. Many people will find Bitcoins too confusing as a concept. Anyone who does know about them will recognize that Bitty Rain isn’t actually a cryptocurrency company.
That leaves you with an ineffective type of product/service, one that’s unlikely to sell well.
Personally, I wouldn’t bother. The Bitcoins aspect is nothing but a gimmick, an attempt to make the company sound like something more than it actually is.
Why do all this when there are much more powerful ways to make money? Take affiliate marketing as an example. With this, you’re earning commissions by promoting products and services people already care about. Examples include makeup and video games but there are countless other options as well.
In fact, affiliate marketing programs exist for almost every type of product you can imagine. These are often powerful and typically let you earn per sale. More importantly, there is much less convincing to do. You’re focusing on products people already care about, ones that they are actively searching for.
This makes it a thousand times easier to earn money. Plus, you don’t have to convince people to join or invest. You’re just focused on products. It’s much easier to get people to buy something versus getting them to invest in a program that they’ve never heard of before.
Is Bitty Rain A Good Business Opportunity?
So then, making money. Bitty Rain operates through a matrix compensation plan, using a 2×4 matrix model.
Here, your 0.003 btc buy in places you at the top of your payment matrix. You then need to fill positions below you to earn. So, at Stage 1, you need to refer two other people. At Stage 2, four people are needed and so on. Filling a given stage creates a cycle. This means that you earn and/or the system cycles into the next stage.
This is basically all the information Bitty Rain offers. There are no details about how it all works in practice or about what you can expect.
There also seem to be no other bonuses at play. So, what you see is what you get.
The problem is that plans like this don’t pay out well. The first tier alone is an indication of this. You need to recruit two people just to earn your investment back.
To make a decent income you’d need to fill hundreds or even thousands of different matrix positions, which simply isn’t going to happen. Just recruiting two people is much more difficult than it seems.
And remember, Bitty Rain pays out in Bitcoins, not in actual money. You would need some understanding of how Bitcoins operate and the current market to take advantage of this pattern. Earning in Bitcoins also means the amount you earn per cycle would change.
This could be a good thing in some cases, especially if the exchange rate is in your favor. But, markets regularly fluctuate, especially for cryptocurrencies. Your potential for earning could easily decrease over time.
All-in-all, the compensation plan here is weak. You’re not earning much per referral and you would have to recruit many people to get a decent outcome. There are no significant bonuses to be had and no one is going to actually join for the service on offer (the advertising).
It’s also not clear if there are additional requirements or complexities. The plan could easily be more complex than it appears from that one image. There isn’t any way of knowing. Bitty Rain itself tends to just focus on hype, which doesn’t help matters.
Matrix schemes are questionable anyway. If you’re going to focus on an MLM, stick with one that has an easier-to-follow compensation plan and a product that offers significant value. There are plenty of those out there. At least that way, you know what you’re getting into and exactly what to expect.
Compensation aside, everything about Bitty Rain screams low quality. There are no details about who owns the company and the Bitty Rain about page states that it was “created by a group of online entrepreneurs to help others”. Useful – not!
I find it very difficult to trust a company that operates like this. It’s unusual to find a legitimate company that hides information in this way. The pattern is reserved for scams. And sure, this doesn’t mean Bitty Rain must be a scam – but it doesn’t paint the company in a very good light.
Their Facebook group isn’t very helpful either and offers little extra information. Some of the admins for the group are pushing other Bitcoin schemes as well. So, it’s clear that Bitty Rain isn’t special.
There’s even an ad on the Bitty Rain site itself promoting an entirely different system, called 50 Cent Team. This begs the question, is Bitty Rain really unique? With even the website itself pushing a different service, it’s hard to be convinced.
Speaking of the website, it’s incredibly basic. The design seems to come from a cheap and low-quality company called Your Free World that specializes in designs for this type of site. It’s also clear that Bitty Rain hasn’t spent much time or energy in creating a decent site. They even leave some sections incomplete.
None of this screams confidence. It makes Bitty Rain seem like an unappealing company, one that someone has thrown together for a quick buck. Income is still possible, of course, that’s true for pretty much any MLM.
But, you’re at an immediate disadvantage if the company isn’t reliable. This would make it much harder to convince people to join. There’s also no guarantee that you’d get paid.
Nothing about Bitty Rain suggests that it is legitimate or sustainable. Instead, you have a questionable company, an undesirable service and a compensation plan without much power.
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