Crypto Investors Should Know Nasgo and ShareNode MLM is Not a Superbowl Sponsor in Fake Marketing Ad
The number of cryptocurrency-related scams all over the world continued to grow during the bear market that affected the crypto space in 2018. Apparently, this time, Nasgo and ShareNode could be interested in investing in the upcoming US Super Bowl.
Nasgo and ShareNode have been labeled as MLM cryptocurrency securities fraud according to Behind MLM. Affiliates only need to sign up, invest in SNP and NSG tokens and receive an ROI in Bitcoin (BTC). At the same time, these firms pay pyramid commissions on the recruitment of new affiliates.
Nasgo held some events in Vietnam informing that they were partnering with Chinese governments, something that was going to be a game changer for Nasgo and blockchain technology.
Apparently, there were also some partnerships with the Cambodian government to be a blockchain source. They have said the same about China since there are many countries lined up to be their blockchain source.
However, no government has mentioned anything about these partnerships or agreements with Nasgo or ShareNode. Indeed, no other country has publicly expressed interest in Nasgo’s blockchain platform.
Scheduled for February 3rd, Nasgo has been trying to show to the community that it is an official NFL Super Bowl Sponsor.
Nasgo Investor, Keith Lacy, commented on the matter:
“If you like football, Nasgo is sponsoring this year's Super Bowl where the Mayor of Atlanta Georgia will be speaking at the pregame event regarding Nasgo’s proprietary technology that is changing the world.”
As per a press release released by Nasgo, at the Super Bowl, companies will be hosting 20 celebrity guests in a VIP Suite to experience the VAPR augmented reality app during the game. The VAPR is a tokenized app that is available from ShareNode.
According to the report released by Behind MLM, Nasgo does not have broadcast rights for the Super Bowl. That means that they are not able to stream Super Bowl footage on social media. It is also unlikely for Nasgo to have NFL branding permission to use the name of different players such as Frank Walker.
Nasgo is clearly trying to take advantage of the Super Bowl and the attention that it attracts from individuals not only in the United States but also all over the world.