Getnode Experience – The essential guide to diversify your crypto portfolio
Getnode Experience – The essential guide to diversify your crypto portfolio
There are many ways to invest your cryptocurrencies or your money, but few are as interesting and promising as the Getnode masternode Pool. As an active member of the Getnode Telegram Group, however, I am confronted with daily recurring questions about the Masternode club, which show me that many investors have either not properly understood the concept and the way in which Getnode generates income or that they have invested prematurely without first clarifying whether Getnode is the right investment for them. In this article I am going to reveal the numerous strengths of the masternode pool, but I am also going to analyze possible weaknesses and assess which type of investor, in my opinion, is best suited to profit from Getnode. I will also try to explain the subtleties of the masternode pool in more detail by using examples and explaining the most important aspects.
How does the masternode pool work?
Before I start listing the strengths and weaknesses of the masternode pool, I am briefly going to explain how the pool works and how the income is generated and paid out. However, since this is not the main topic of this article, I will describe the process in a very compact way. If you have never dealt with Getnode before, you might need to pay extra attention when reading this article, but trust me, it’s worth it.
When you invest in Getnode for the first time, you get to choose whether you would like to invest in a crypto currency, i.e. BTC or if you prefer to deposit euros. This automatically decides on future payouts, because only those who have never deposited or withdrawn Bitcoin are allowed to have the income paid out in euros. The deposit represents the initial investment and determines the proportion of the total pool value, which is decisive for the fortnightly payouts. Regardless of whether you pay in euros or Bitcoin, the money is invested in masternode coins and is subject to fluctuations of the masternode pool from that point on. The equivalent value, also known as the personal pool value, regardless of the currency in which it is calculated in, is therefore subject to fluctuations. This does not affect the fortnightly payouts, since the Bitcoin value of the initial investment is always used to calculate the total pool share and thus the rewards every fortnight. If this sounds confusing or complicated, rest assured there will be a number of examples further on in this text.
An EXAMPLE from my Getnode Experience
I invest one bitcoin in Getnode. My share of the total pool value is therefore always 1 / x, where x is the total amount of bitcoin invested in the pool. Accordingly, I also receive 1 / x of the commission / income every 14 days. If I want to leave the pool after six months, I don’t get 1 BTC back, but the BTC equivalent value my Masternode shares have after these 180 days. 180 days is the minimum term, the investment can, and I personally find that very useful, can be left to run indefinitely. Remember to notify Getnode of your intent to withdraw before the 180 days expire, otherwise they will be locked for another 180 days. Determining the value of your own investments is a complicated process that can only be achieved with a support request and which can take a few days to process. The so-called “personal pool value” can be lower or higher than the initial investment, but is only relevant if you wish to leave Getnode. Further down in the article you will find another, very good example from Florian.
Getnode invests the deposits of its members in masternodes of various coins. These distribute daily income, which Getnode sells and proportionally pays out to the members, minus a 25% fee. Affiliate income is deducted from the fee, so it is not at the expense of the investors.
Strengths of the pool
One of the greatest strengths of the masternode pool is the fact that as an investor, you don’t have any work. Once you are invested, you don’t have to worry about anything. After the start, you receive your returns in the chosen currency every 14 days. Getnode literally creates a passive income because you do not have to do anything for it.
Security during a bear run in the crypto markets is another advantage of Getnode in my opinion. While an investment in individual coins, even in Bitcoin but especially in Alt Coins, brings with it the risk of huge losses and emotional reactions, the loss rate is most likely dampened by the spread of masternodes in the getnode pool, similar to an ETF. Even at times where the coins are down for the count, the masternodes continue to generate income. Two years ago during the last Bitcoin bear run, the masternode rewards were paid out every fortnight and I got my rewards. In fact, these phases were perfect to reinvest or secure the ROI (return of invest) in Bitcoin.
What others currently see as a disadvantage, I currently see as a strength of Getnode: The relative independence of the personal pool value from the Bitcoin price. Sure, Bitcoin has had a peak lately, but a crash is possible at any time. Should the general tendency turn away from Bitcoin, say in favor of Ethereum, for example, this would not necessarily affect the Getnode income. Getnode doesn’t invest in BTC, it invests in masternodes, so even if there was no Bitcoin, rewards would keep coming. Yes, surely Bitcoins demise would send ripples through the crypto world, but it would recover and with it a lot of the masternode coins and Getnode! Although short-term fluctuations are conceivable in such a case due to the interdependencies of the cryptocurrencies, Getnode would simply change its reference system as a reaction. Many forget that Bitcoin is a currency and its value is just a snapshot. In my personal opinion, a diversified crypto portfolio includes, in addition to Bitcoin, Ethereum and a few other coins, a number of masternode coins, which are best accessible via the masternode club due to their high money and time requirements, which is also why I called this article “The essential guide to diversify your crypto portfolio”.
The separate calculation of total pool value and personal pool value is an advantage for all those who invest in Getnode in the long term with a constantly rising Bitcoin price, as we have been experiencing lately. The share of the total pool value remains the same, regardless of the fluctuations in the personal pool value. Of course, the share of the total pool decreases as the number of members increases, but this also increases the total income and the two largely equalize each other.
In the high phases of the crypto market, the euro values of the Getnode payouts rise based on the development of the masternode market, so you also benefit in a bull market, although sometimes not as much as with a single investment. Even though the comparison to the stock market is far from perfect, it helps to simplify the matter: A Tesla investor benefited significantly more than an investor in an automotive ETF last year, but that does not mean investing in an ETF is wrong, since it’s the much safer investment in terms of risk management. In the long term, the second investor will also be successful if Tesla fails, the first will not.
Getnode’s affiliate system is beneficial for anyone who goes through the trouble of recommending the club to others. The affiliate income is also deducted from the 25% that Getnode receives, which is why the system is beneficial for all investors.
Possible weaknesses of the pool
Recently, the Getnode telegram group often criticized the lower value of the personal pool value in Bitcoin. Nevertheless, the equivalent in euros has risen in recent months. Many simply do not know that they are investing in masternodes and that their Bitcoin is considered sold at the moment of their investment. The personal pool value is always a snapshot and if the Bitcoin price has risen faster than the masternode price, the personal pool value can logically no longer be the same. But even if the masternode coins have done worse than a pure Bitcoin investment in recent years, the long-term successes can still be higher, at the latest when the ROI in Bitcoin has been achieved through the payouts.
With constantly rising Bitcoin prices and a stagnating masternode market, the monthly returns of the masternode pool would no longer be at the level of previous years. Of course this can happen, but if Bitcoin stagnates and the masternode coins go to the moon, exactly the opposite would be the case. So unless you can foresee the future, it’s all just guessing. Thus, diversifying your investment may be the smartest move.
I am aware that with such a multi-layered and complicated system as the masternode market, many new investors find it difficult to familiarize themselves with the matter. Especially if you really only want to passively harvest income. But there are only two ways to get started. Either you have confidence in the company you are invested in, or you go to work and make the effort to understand everything. If you find the first difficult, you must roll up your sleeves and get your butt off the couch, but both paths are totally legit.
Getnode Experience – The essential guide to diversify your crypto portfolio: Possible Strategies
In this section I want to talk about my personal experience with Getnode investment strategies. These are in no way intended to be an investment recommendation, but merely educational and serve to illustrate and explain the system.
Anyone who works with Getnode knows about the different payout options and the reinvest option. What many people do not know is what possibilities this creates in terms of the invested capital and revenue. Those who understand the concept can define a strategy for themselves in advance. Incidentally, the option of directly reinvesting the rewards did not exist from the start. It was explicitly requested by the Getnode community and Getnode made it possible. Getnode always takes the majority wishes of the members seriously.
The cornerstone of any strategy concerning Getnode are the regular fortnightly payouts. Unless otherwise specified, these are usually always paid out in the currency of the original investment. If you now say that you want to go for ROI (Return of Invest) and have decided on euros, you will get it fairly quickly. If you choose BTC, you can take advantage of the possible price increases of the BTC on your bitcoin wallet. However, the ROI in Bitcoin can take significantly longer due to the rising bitcoin price. Although the gains will be just as high, mentally it is easier to go with Euro, but there you don’t have the advantage of being able to hold the Bitcoin and collect the ROI on the wallet. Also, the payout in BTC, measured over the last 2 years, converted back into euros, has increased almost x20, due to the BTC price.
In my experience, the method with the lowest risk is the following: When paying in euros, you can first withdraw euros until you have achieved your ROI in euros. Then you can continue to withdraw in BTC and take advantage of the gains in the crypto market. Since you already have or ROI in euros, there is no risk. The perfect low risk introduction into the world of cryptocurrencies. In addition to your rewards, you still have your pool share and your personal pool value. If this has also developed positively, we have used a total of three levers. As an investor, I certainly don’t have to explain to you the possibilities this can open up and that in spite of minimized risk, without reinvest. If you want to increase your Getnode deposit, you can work with the reinvest function. In my experience, 25% reinvest worked best in the past. Thus, you still get enough payouts and benefit from the Bitcoin development, at the same time you compensate for bad phases in the masternode market with the reinvest and generally increase your payouts. If that is too much for you to calculate, you can reinvest manually at any time, there is no need for a reinvest option. Getnode always uses the daily opening rate for the exchange in BTC for euro deposits. This means that you can invest in the pool in a much more targeted manner, e.g. by taking advantage of Bitcoin price drops.
Summary of my Getnode experience
At first, I wrote that Getnode might not be for every type of investor. If you have problems trusting a company and at the same time do not want to do the work of understanding the underlying concepts, Getnode may not be the right choice for you. If you are looking for quick money, one of the numerous PONZIs out there is perhaps the right place for you. Getnode is not a get-rich-quick system, but in my personal experience it works, and it is safe. I’ve been with it for over two years and have had my income every 14 days ever since. At the same time, I follow the masternode market and therefore do not even need to ask about my pool value because I know the development relative to Bitcoin. On a personal note: I have no plans to withdraw my capital from Getnode anytime soon because the investment is going well and is reliable. I only know a few projects to which this applies, and none of those has done such a good job for such a long time as Getnode.
Example Getnode Investment – inspired by Florians example in the telegram chat
Member A invests 10,000 € which corresponds to one BTC and receives 15,000 Masternode Coins in return.
Member B invests one BTC and receives 10,000 Masternode Coins
Member C invests 0.5 BTC once and receives 2500 Masternode Coins and later invests another 0.5 BTC and receives 2500 Masternode Coins.
Everyone receives the same reward every 14 days. When they decide to leave Getnode, however, they all have a different personal POOL VALUE. When you pay out, the coins are exchanged for BTC again.
Now let’s assume that the required 180 days have passed.
Then member A, who decides to cash out receives 1.5 BTC
Member B after 300 days 1 BTC
Member C would receive 0.5 BTC after two years.
Why are the values different? Let us assume member A paid out when BTC was still very low. He got 1.5 BTC for his masternode coins. Then, one month later BTC started to pump massively, as we have been experiencing lately. Member B only gets 1 BTC for his masternode coins. Member C is holding onto his coins. If he sold now, he would get only 0.5 BTC, because the price of bitcoin is so high. So at first you may think, that member A was smart for selling early, but if member C holds onto his Getnode investment, he gets the same rewards as someone who invests 1,5 BTC today, thus selling would not be smart. Also, the sum of his fortnightly payouts exceeded the gains the other two made.
In the end, everyone has their own set of values. And everyone decides how they will perform in the end through their own behavior.
Be it through the customer’s Reinvest request.
Or by paying out when the market is low, or high.
Getnode can’t help it when the masternode market is down. Getnode can’t help it if you reinvest. Just as little that the BTC rushes up or one thinks paying out after 180 days is a smart move.
Share of the total pool value
This is decisive for the 14-day Getnode payout. The decisive factor is the Bitcoin value of your investment on the day of your deposit. The total pool value is the sum of all deposited amounts and your share is calculated as a percentage before each payout, cannot be viewed by you, and you receive your part of the income based on this percentage value.
i.e.) you have invested 1 BTC in the pool. A total of 1000 BTC was invested in the pool. The masternode income after 14 days is 100 BTC after deduction of the 25% Getnode receives. That means you get paid 0.1 BTC. All of these numbers are of course fictitious and are for illustrative purposes only.
Personal pool value
Your personal pool value only corresponds with your investment on the day of your deposit. After that it fluctuates, depending on the development of the masternode market.
i.e.) you have deposited 1 BTC into the pool. For this, 10,000 Masternode Coins were bought. After 200 days you will ask for your personal pool value. The Bitcoin price has risen slightly in relation to the Masternode Coins, so Getnode would only receive 0.9 BTC if the Masternode Coins were sold. Therefore, you are informed that your personal pool value is now 0.9 BTC. This does not affect your 14-day Getnode payout. As already mentioned above, this is always based on the BTC value of your initial investment.
In addition to the 14-day payouts, there are also payouts of affiliate commissions. But these take place on other days, which sometimes leads to confusion. All pay-days with the corresponding dates are listed in the dashboard.
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The content in this article is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice, but only my own, personal opinion deducted from my experiences. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice.