After you have both Forced Matrix and Performance Rewards activated you will have access to new action in Performance Rewards section called "add bonus commission to original referrer for every sale". This action lets you add some bonus commission to the original parent affiliate who actually referred the affiliate to your system, so not to the parent which was assigned to the affiliate based on Forced Matrix feature.
Traditionally, every time you use services such as Facebook or Snapchat, they own all of your data that you generate on their platform. Blockchains represent a fundamental shift in the Internet’s paradigms for information stewardship. Now, as smart contracting, DAOs, and functional programmatic distributed storage and identity verification emerge, the technological breakthrough that is the blockchain is continues its ascent. What will blockchains have amounted to as they advance over the next 5, 10, 20, 50, or 100 years?
Second, since some people will sponsor more than the maximum number of distributors, the concept of spillover comes into play. In a 3 x 8 matrix, you can only have 3 distributors on your frontline. The fourth distributor that you sponsor will spill over into the matrix, and be placed under one of your frontline distributors. Spillover is important in narrow width plans, such as a 3 x 8 matrix, but much less important in a wide width plan, such as a 5 x 5 matrix.
In case members can only register on your site via ePin, set the Sole Payment Option to Yes. This would make the ePin field mandatory on the user registration form and a visitor would need a valid unused ePin to complete his registration. If this value is set to No, a visitor will be able to register on the site even without specifying a valid ePin. In this case you would need to manually mark the member as Paid / Unpaid under Users -> All Users or assign a valid ePin to the user on that page. Alternately, the user can also input a valid ePin and upgrade his account to a paid account from his Member’s Area.
In our example John is the referrer of all his sub affiliates (Mary, Igor, Eva, ... etc) and the image shows how they are added to this affiliate tree. Mary was  referred as the first affiliate, so she was added as the first direct sub affiliate of John. Next was Igor, who was added still as a direct subaffiliate of John. Eva was the first affiliate who was not assigned to John directly, but because the width of John's tree had been full, she was added as a sub affiliate of Mary. Next was Max, who was added again as a sub affiliate of Mary, because John's tree had been full. Aron was added to Igor's tree because Mary had a full direct-subaffiliate tree already. Last was Neil, who was also assigned to Igor. In this way a full affiliate tree  was built by a 2x2 forced matrix. On next affiliates referred by John there will be some spillover settings applied explained later.
Maximizing a forced matrix compensation plan comes down to the details. In theory, the plan looks perfect. In reality, things can get out of whack if the plan is poorly designed. Look for a plan that is fully compressed so it eliminates the holes when reps drop out. Avoid narrow width plans (such as 3 wide) because they tend to feature too much spillover from the upline, which gives the heavy hitters an advantage over most other reps (same issue as in a binary compensation plan, discussed next.) Lastly, look for a plan that requires a certain level of personal building (either volume or sponsoring) from your own efforts (excluding spillover) in order to avoid attracting the “welfare minded” distributors who rely on spillover.
Second, since some people will sponsor more than the maximum number of distributors, the concept of spillover comes into play. In a 3 x 8 matrix, you can only have 3 distributors on your frontline. The fourth distributor that you sponsor will spill over into the matrix, and be placed under one of your frontline distributors. Spillover is important in narrow width plans, such as a 3 x 8 matrix, but much less important in a wide width plan, such as a 5 x 5 matrix.
The distinct feature of a matrix plan is its limited width. Unlike other MLM compensation plans, matrix restricts the number of distributors you can sponsor on your first level, usually to less than five. The most commonly used matrix MLM plans are 4 x 7, 5 x 7, 3 x 9 and 2×12. Like this plan, also the design of Board Matrix is a 2 x 2 Matrix that is also known as 2 x 2 Matrix Cycle Plan.
“Arguably we should hope that that’s true, because if civilization stops advancing, that may be due to some calamitous event that erases civilization,” Musk said. “So maybe we should be hopeful this is a simulation, because otherwise we are going to create simulations indistinguishable from reality or civilization ceases to exist. We’re unlikely to go into some multimillion-year stasis,” Mr. Musk remarked.

Limiting the number of frontline distributors causes a couple of important changes. First, there is less emphasis on recruiting a large number of people. Rather, you recruit a certain number and then focus your efforts on helping your downline sponsor more distributors. The matrix comp plan encourages more teamwork than a unilevel comp plan. The narrower and deeper the matrix is, the more this effect is felt. For example, a 3 x 10 matrix puts more emphasis on teamwork than a 6 x 6 matrix does.
The second thing you should know before signing up is how difficult it is to actually get people to sign up under you. Unless you have a downline already in place, recruiting new people is difficult. And since this site seems to be based on gathering as many recruits as possible, once the recruiting stops, so do the funds. So before you go jumping into Bitcoin Auto Matrix, you might want to double check to see if it is worth it to you. After all, once you hand over the money, there are no returns.
Bitcoin has fallen sharply through the December 2019 lows in a trend sequence (wave C) that should be proportional to the first leg down (wave A). This gives an equality target of 3064 which is just below the major low of 2018. We can see the wave C is already mature and should have one last leg down. However, any new low would invalidate our view of a trend higher from the 2018 low and while we could see a large bounce from 3064 it will not go to new highs and will have longer term implications. We will deal w8th these if and when a new low is made.
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