Trevor Noah is one of the most popular public figures in South Africa. He recently moved to the United States and is currently hosting a popular TV show named “Daily Show.” It has helped him gain international fame, not to mention tremendous success in showbiz as a comedian and a celebrity. However, recently he became the talk of the town not for his achievements as a comedian or a host of a highly acclaimed TV show, but because of his riches, which he supposedly made from Bitcoin Revolution System.
It appears that the South Africans are looking for the Bitcoin trading system that has helped Trevor Noah earn his millions from crypto trading. If the sound of this is tempting you to invest in this so-called revolutionary Bitcoin trading program, the first question you need to ask is whether it is legitimate or yet another scam. In this context, one should not forget that there have been many cryptocurrency-related scams happening all over the internet to dupe interested and enthusiastic first-time crypto investors and traders. It won’t be wrong to first investigate whether Trevor Noah becoming a millionaire through Bitcoin trading is just a rumor or if there is some truth in it.
If all this talk about Trevor Noah and his millions that he made through Bitcoin trading have got you excited, then we’re sorry. Why you may ask? It is because Trevor Noah has neither made his millions through Bitcoin trading, nor has he ever participated in any trading system called Bitcoin Revolution Program. It is a big scam that has been going on for quite some time in South Africa, and the country’s citizens should stay away from it by all means to safeguard their money and interests.
Now, if you’re worried about Trevor Noah, rest assured he is doing just fine. Over the years, the wealth he has made has nothing to do with Bitcoins or the Bitcoin Revolutionary Program. He has been a popular comedian for a long time in South Africa and is well-loved and respected all over the globe. In fact, it is quite possible that he hasn’t even heard about this scam that is going on by the name of the Bitcoin Revolution, which has entangled his name in the controversy as well.
Every scam needs a touch of legitimacy and fame to get going and to throttle its system, at least initially. It is for this reason, whoever ran the Bitcoin Revolution Program took the help of misleading advertisements and promotions under the name of Trevor Noah. The popularity of Trevor Noah and his following is the only reason why his name was used. When a celebrity gets associated with any financial, business, or marketing activities, it helps drive the aspirations of the masses. When the word gets out that Trevor Noah has made his millions through the Bitcoin Revolutionary Program, it was quite natural for the people to follow and invest without thinking twice.
It is a thumb rule to follow when it comes to investments or any kind of transactions involving money to do the due diligence first. Always research where you are putting your money, no matter what you hear or read elsewhere. Not everything you read online or offline is always true. The scammers in the case of the Bitcoin Revolutionary Program are trying to play with the mindset of gullible South Africans who would trust the program blindly once they hear that Trevor Noah has invested his money too.
The internet is full of reviews of people who have invested money in this program and have lost their hard-earned money. It is a get-rich-quick scheme that takes advantage of the aspirations, dreams, and vulnerability of common people. The program aims to hit the people’s weak spot by showing them dreams and making them visualize how a small deposit into their program can make them millionaires in no time. The system asks the people to sign-up and deposit $250. They will then soon start making money through its advanced system based on some Bitcoin trading algorithms. In other words, it is a hoax, and as far as Trevor Noah is concerned, he is happy doing his Daily Show and has nothing to do with this program whatsoever.