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Today I have performed a Benchmark comparison using JetStream Browser Benchmark to test the Web browser speed.
I compared between Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
♠ Bigger scores are better.
The Results are the following:
Score 251.82 Microsoft Edge at 1.Run
Score 257.66 Microsoft Edge at 2.Run
Score 227.38 Google Chrome at 1.Run
Score 229.88 Google Chrome at 2.Run
Score 207.62 Mozilla Firefox at 1.Run
Score 200.44 Mozilla Firefox at 2.Run
Ich wünsche allen einen guten Rutsch ins neue Jahr
und einen guten Start ins neue Jahr, viel Glück, Erfolg und Gesundheit wünscht
Several times already I’ve got a sponsored link on Facebook announcing an unexpected breakthrough by Bill Gates.
When following this link, it brings you to a CNN Money Website
It is saying basically that Bill Gates has found the algorithm with the help of the best programmer’s worldwide to beat the best stock market specialist and that out of 4 stock market titles 3 would be successful. This algorithm would be accurate at 75%.
The CNN-Finance Website is announcing the following:
Bill Gates is one of the worlds brightest people still alive. He also happens to be the worlds richest, while still remaining humble and giving. But his latest breakthrough is something unexpected. He spent over $2.5 billion dollars and countless man hours building it, and if it works as expected, Bill Gates would be first person in history to single handedly reshape our economy with his latest project
Before we go into details of what Gates Way is and how this new works, let’s get some facts straight. The top 1% currently is hoarding 241$ trillion dollars, which is enough to give every single person on earth a cool 6 figure check of $103,200. And since most of this wealth is being traded by Wall Street daily, theoretically it can all be take back by outsmarting the Wall Street traders. And Bill Gates did just that – he built a computer code that outsmarts any human trader on earth.
It’s an algorithm, designed to take from the top 1% wealthy people and redistribute the money back to regular people. This algorithm literally beats the stock market with an accuracy of 75%, which means you will be winning 3 trades out of 4. You might wonder, what will keep the Wall Street from using this software and making us even poorer? The answer is simple – this software is hard coded to only work with Binary Options trading platforms, which means the trades are limited to 250$ per trade. Wall Street is trading trillions, so 250$ just isn’t going to cut it for them. However, for regular people this is huge! At the moment software isn’t released yet but as Bill Gates team demonstrated to us – it already works and generates around $2,000 – $4,000 profits a day per trading account!
If the software goes live, regular people will slowly drain the pile of cash that is hoarded by top 1%. Sure the transition will be slow but actually it’s better this way, because if wealth was redistributed in short period of time, economy would crash worldwide. So in this case, slower is better.
On that Website, there is a referral link to a YouTube Video showing Bill Gates Talking at TED Talks about this latest breakthrough.
And finally, it brings you to the Gates-Way Website where you can open a trader account for your future success, thanks to that unbelievable algorithm. The minimum charge is 250 bucks.
This sounds all to nice. So, let’s dig down to the dirt and show this fraud.
The first link will misguide you to http://cnn-finances.com instead the official CNN http://money.cnn.com
And by the way. The Facebook comments are not showing to Facebook but to cnn-finances.com
And who registered this Domain
Registrar Namecheap.inc, of course Bill Gates the IT-Mogul with his worldwide biggest server farms is registering with Namecheap. Questions?
The CNN Page looks identical but all fake. When searching the official CNN Money Website, nothing can be found. Remember it is only a historical breakthrough, right!
Let’s go on to the Ted Talk on YouTube. Bill Gates is to be seen on stage talking at Ted Talk. But it is not Bill Gates voice we are listening to. Somebody else with a mousie voice is talking and not even in sync. The Official Ted Talk was held at Ted Talk in 2015 and Bill Gates spoke about the global outbreak of Ebola. He brought a green barrel on stage as a symbol of the hazard.
In this rigged Ted Talk the Ebola sign has been covered by the Gates Way Sign. And as the original Ted Talk was abused the green barrel can be seen. Bill Gates clothing match.
When lured finally to the ⇒GatesWay Website and you go to ⇒MyAccount you can see the PlusOption.
Well, PlusOption is a iframe. A Frame within a Frame. Showing the visitor a Website from another place.
Please note the URL change. Changes from gates-way.com to plusoption.com. Same Site but the inner frame from a different location.
The Website seems to be very busy. Everything is tidy prepared but the Live Chat windows shows network error. Do they not wont a chat with somebody? What are they hiding?
The company shows their address in Romania. Would be interesting to see what that address looks like.
At Google StreetView you will get the idea.
At the Account registration, the US seems not to exist. Are they afraid of lawsuits?
And a final look to the Registrar of PlusOption. It is registered to a P.O.Box in Panama.
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