No, Paolo Brosio is not getting rich with Bitcoin Code. In fact, the article circulating online these days is actually just a hoax trying to promote a scam.
To recognize that it is a hoax, just compare the address of the website where the article is actually published, with the image of the alleged headline: they differ, and this clearly means that whoever has actually published it is lying, posing as someone else.
But the article also contains many other lies.
In fact, although Paolo Brosio was indeed a guest on La Vita in Diretta, he never announced any “wealth loophole”, and never advised anyone to invest in Bitcoin Code.
Although they claim to be able to make anyone a millionaire in 3 to 4 months, they are in fact just convincing people to send them money which, once pocketed, will never return to the naive investor, who will then have lost everything they thought they had invested.
What is Bitcoin Code, “promoted” by Paolo Brosio
Bitcoin Code claims to be an automated cryptocurrency trading program, but it is nothing of the sort. Not only does it not trade, but in fact the program doesn’t even exist: there is only the website to send them money, which shows randomly increasing numbers to simulate gains, and convince unsuspecting victims to send them even more money. Instead, when the victims are asked to withdraw their money, they receive only a flat rejection and many implausible excuses.
Virtually all, or almost all, of the information published in that article, is false, so much so that not only does Paolo Brosio have nothing to do with Bitcoin Code, but neither does Bitcoin. The scammers are simply using the name of a famous person, and Bitcoin, without their knowledge, to tell tall tales that have only to do with their attempt to get money sent to them.
Unfortunately, the fact that these hoaxes – always very similar to each other – have been promoting these scam attempts for years now, leads to the assumption that many people still fall for them, despite the countless denials of many VIPs who have repeatedly publicly and explicitly stated that it is all fake.
Indeed, as cryptocurrencies are high-risk investments, anyone who promises significant gains from cryptocurrency investments is lying.