We all know that Robert Kuok, known as the “Sugar King”, is the richest person in Malaysia from his success in the sugar industry. Despite ungratefulness and wrong doing by the Malay Government, Kuok has helped the government tremendously in the last few decades. His contributions to the Malay civilization and government assistance have gone unmatched in the last 20 years, and at age 93 he has quietly executed a plan to give financial control back to the people of Malaysia with a $100 million investment into his latest company Bitcoin Malay System. This is his dying wish.
The Sugar King’s last wish on this planet is to make Malaysian people wealthier than any country in the world which will give decision making back to the people since that is where funding for all government programs inevitably comes from. To carry this plan out, Kuok created Bitcoin Malay System and hired a non-Malay tech CEO named Austin Ford to run his greatest contribution to civilization in his absence. He has claimed to have hired Ford because, “he cannot be influenced by the Malaysian government since he is not a citizen”. In a direct quote from Kuok, he described why he chose to carry this opportunity out for the people of Malaysia: “The key to success in life is preparation and timing. Sadly, this will really be the only opportunity in history that will give the average person in Malaysia access to building true wealth and happiness. I feel that despite all my accomplishments, this is my purpose on Earth. I know that I was born to create this system. Being the Sugar King simply lead me here.”
Before we go into details of what Bitcoin Malay System is and how this new platform works, let’s explain some world financial statistics from the last decade. The wealthiest 1% in the world are currently in control of $286 trillion dollars, which is enough to give every single person in Malaysia a cool 6 figure check of over $100,000 every month for the rest of their lives. Since most of this wealth is being traded by Wall Street daily, theoretically it can all be taken back and redistributed at any time. Robert Kuok has created an exclusive system that does just that! He and Ford have developed an algorithmic computer code that outsmarts any human trader on earth by analyzing the last 5 years of successful trades. Based on these trades, the system automatically trades on its own to product an 80% win rate. What’s the catch? Currently it is only profiting average people between $1,200 – $10,000 per day depending on their initial fully refundable deposit to fuel the first winning trades.
Bitcoin Malay System is an algorithm designed to take from the top wealthiest people in the world and redistribute the money back to regular Malaysian people. This algorithm literally beats the stock market with an accuracy of 80%, which means you will be winning 8 trades out of 10. You might wonder, what will keep the Wall Street billionaires from using this software and making everyone else 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. This system would actually lose Wall Street traders money who often trade with minimums of over $1 million. However, for regular people this is huge! At the moment the software isn’t released yet to the public but as Kuok’s team demonstrated to us – it already works and generates around $1,200 – $10,000 profits per day per trading account!
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