Telegram-based Bitcoin investment bot Lara recently released an ideology paper explaining how they mean to place communication and transparency at the centerstage of their services.
The announcement come in the wake of growing uncertainty in online investment sector. It has been proven that many companies that lure people into investing funds for mouth-watering profits are fake. Almost all of them — intentionally — cut investors from their investments. To top all, they bar transparency, and leave no scope for better communications given their malicious intentions.
Lara — pen name Lara With Me — meanwhile is a system that is less a scheme. It means to be an instrument that propagates financial independence among the new generation — with people that are willing to take matters into their own hands, and start creating money for themselves.
It all starts with an investment — anything from $10 to $20,000 upfront — which Lara carefully invests into startups that promises high yielding investment opportunities. The system relies on its rigorous testing standards for these startups, ensuring that the investors’ funds are reinvested at minimal market risks.
The apt investment management done at Lara’s end ensures investors with attractive daily returns. The platform promises up