FAQFrequently Asked Questions

What is Crypocurrency?

The cryptocurrencies are:

  • Digital: Cryptocurrency only exists on computers. There are no coins and no notes. There are no reserves for crypto in Fort Knox or the Bank of England.
  • Decentralized: Cryptocurrencies don’t have a central computer or server. They are distributed across a network of (typically) thousands of computers. Networks without a central server are called decentralized networks.
  • Peer-to-Peer: Cryptocurrencies are passed from person to person online. Users don’t deal with each other through banks, PayPal or Facebook. They deal with each other directly. Banks, PayPal and Facebook are all trusted third parties. There are no trusted third parties in cryptocurrency! Note: They are called trusted third parties because users have to trust them with their personal information in order to use their services. For example, we trust the bank with our money and we trust Facebook with our holiday photos!
  • Pseudonymous: This means that you don’t have to give any personal information to own and use cryptocurrency. There are no rules about who can own or use cryptocurrencies.
  • Trustless: No trusted third parties means that users don’t have to trust the system for it to work. Users are in complete control of their money and information at all times.
  • Encrypted: Each user has special codes which stop their information from being accessed by other users. This is called cryptography and it’s nearly impossible to hack. It’s also where the crypto part of the crypto definition comes from. Crypto means hidden. When information is hidden with cryptography, it is encrypted.
  • Global: Countries have their own currencies called fiat currencies. Sending fiat currencies around the world is difficult. Cryptocurrencies can be sent all over the world easily. Cryptocurrencies are currencies without borders!

What is Proof-Of-Work (PoW)?

Proof-of-Work (PoW) was the first blockchain consensus mechanism and is still arguably the most popular choice in achieving distributed consensus (the ability to trust a stranger without having to go through a third-party).

PoW is used by the likes of Bitcoin and Ethereum (for now) and several other cryptocurrencies. Strong as it may be, it comes with disadvantages like high computation requirements, high energy costs and the threat of centralisation-by-mining-pool.

What is Proof-Of-Stake (PoS)?

In crypto-terms, the stake is the cryptocurrency a user owns and pledges in order to partake in validation.

Proof-of-Stake algorithms achieve consensus by requiring users to stake an amount of their tokens so as to have a chance of being selected to validate blocks of transactions, and get rewarded for doing so.

PoS shares many similarities with PoW, but also differs in fundamental ways. As in any blockchain based consensus algorithm, the goal is still to achieve distributed consensus — to create a secure system whereby users are incentivised to validate other peoples’ transactions while maintaining complete integrity.

In PoS the miner of a new block, in this case known as the forger, is chosen in a semi-random, two-part process. The first element to be considered in this selection process is a user’s stake. How much of the currency in question is the user staking?

Every validator must own a stake in the network. Staking involves depositing an amount of tokens into the system, locking it in what you can think of as a virtual safe, and using it as a collateral to vouch for the block.

The more a user stakes, the better their chance of being selected since they’d have more skin in the game — acting maliciously would see them set back by a greater amount than someone who stakes less.

What is Masternode?

A node can simply be understood as a computer that plays a part in ensuring the integrity of a coin network. The crypto space is not only decentralized but also distributed; therefore it functions by several people running nodes from different parts of the world. That said, you require a full node to host a copy of the Blockchain (coin’s ledger) and thus support the network.

A Masternode is a crypto full node (computer wallet) that supports the network by hosting an entire copy of the coin’s ledger in real time. In return, the Masternode will receive crypto coins as a reward. It is a great alternative to mining.

What is Monetus?

Monetus is cryptocurrency investment platform that provides various of services such as:

  • Masternode marketplace and pooling platform where everyone can easily participate in Masternode ecosystem without technical knowledge.
  • You take full control of your funds.
  • Be consulted directly by our financial experts to make right decisions and meet your expectations.
  • Be consulted directly by our financial experts to make right decisions and meet your expectations.
  • Providing you with information and allocation about the most attractive ICOs .We also are focused on providing users with STO investments.

How does we work?

We allow all users to invest in any of our listed master nodes. We use our automated software to run and monitor nodes as well as distribute reward payouts straight to a user’s account. Users can then withdraw the coins they stake whenever they want. Users can also convert their coins into Bitcoin and request a withdrawal.

What are my fees when I order a Masternode?

We charge only a Reward Fee = 9%

Where are my Masternode Rewards shown ?

Your Masternode Rewards are shown in your account at funding section on the wallet address of the purchased POS Masternode coin.

When is the Masternode Reward Payout?

Payments are determined according to the average payout period of the respective Masternode coin. More information you can find out on our Masternode Page for the coin of your interest.

What is the minimum to invest?

There is a required amount of coins for each Masternode. For the moment we do not offer shared Masternode option, so you can buy only a full Masternode.

How do I Withdrawal my funds from my deposit wallet?

  • Please go to funding section in Clients Portal
  • Choose the coin you want to Withdrawal
  • Place the amount of coins you want to send
  • Place the wallet address where you want the coins to be withdrawal ( make sure there is no empty space in the wallet address )
  • Press withdrawal button
  • You will see this transaction in pending withdrawals. After it reaches the required confirmation, your withdrawal will be completed

How do I deposit coins in my wallet?

  • Please go to funding section in Clients Portal
  • Choose the Coin you want to deposit
  • Click on "generate address" and copy it by clicking on it again ( make sure there is no empty space in it )
  • Send your coins to that address.
  • Your coins will show up in pending deposit transactions where you will see how much confirmation are needed for the transaction to be processed. After the needed confirmations are reached your coins will be available in your wallet.

How does affiliate program works?

All it means is that when a customer buys something within a certain time period after clicking on your affiliate link, you get the commission. Please read more about it at Affiliate Program Section

How do I restore my account if I lose my 2FA device?

We strongly recommend all users to write down their back up code when initialize their 2FA. If a user loses their device, they can recover their account with that code.

Am I able to restore my account if I did not write down my 2Fa back up code?

  • If you cannot access your 2FA and did not write down the back up code, please contact support immediately. Once you contacted support, we will disable your account for 2 weeks.
  • While your account is disabled we will ask you to verify your identity again. After the period is over you will be able to log in to your account again.

Why I can’t sell my shares?

There might some reasons why you can't sell your nodes.

  • You might not have the number of shares you want to sell.
  • Balances might not be updated. Please refresh your browser.
  • If you still have issues contact the support team.

How can I terminate my Masternode?

You can deposit and leave the Masternode anytime you need your funds or just want to reinvest in other projects.

  • You can proceed to leave the ordered Masternode simply by contacting or emailing us.
  • You can choose if you want to leave immediately or would prefer to wait for your last reward payment.
  • After we receive your order we will deposit the coins to your wallet generated in Monetus.
  • No waiting and no fees applied. We keep our services simple and easy to use.

Can i recieve my rewards to my own wallet?

You cannot receive your rewards directly to your personal wallet. You have to state a withdraw in our platform.

How FUND works?

By investing in our fund we give you acquire shares which gives you the opportunity to profit of the price change of the share. The price of the share is determined by the total amount of funds at the moment divided by the number of shares. Every time someone wants to invest in the fund we add X amount of shares depending on the current price .The price of the share is refreshed every day so that you can see the development of the fund every single day.

When I can sell my shares?

You can sell(burn) your shares at any point of time.

FUND Fees?

  • Monthly fee: Monetus charge 0.4% fee of the total fund holdings. That money are used for management and development of the fund.
  • Profit fee: Monetus will charge 30% of the total PROFIT you made while being in the fund. This fee will be only taken if the user burn their shares. Example: You bought 10000 shares at the price of 0.0001BTC.The share rise to 0.0003 BTC and you decide to sell. So your 1BTC became 3BTC. Monetus is taking 30% of the 2BTC profit.(0.6)BTC.

What happens if I decide to burn my shares at loss?

Monetus doesn’t charge profit fee in case of loss.