BitCoin Code review – Scam by Steve McKay exposed


BitCoin Code is a new auto trading software that is promising 13, 000$ in 24 hours. But as you are going to find out, it is just an outrageous scam that we have exposed in the following review.


Bitcoin is very popular these days and from this fact, BitCoin Code wants to profit. They claim to have a software that has 99.5% accuracy and that it is virtually impossible to lose. But this could not be farther from the truth and anyone with a  little bit of common sense should see that BitCoin Code is a scam. I am going to show you, why I make such a strong accusation.

BitCoin Code is for limited number of people

So in the video, we are told that this product is very secret and only 25 people will be given access to it, so they could become new millionaires. Right, so why do they pay for advertisement campaigns and they make the video public? That doesn’t make much of a sense, does it?

The software is absolutely for free

They repeat over and over that you should keep your credit card in your pocket and your Paypal information away because they do not want a single penny from you. Well, at least until they ask you to deposit at least 250$ to their magical software. But how are you going to deposit funds without using any payment method? 😀

Magnificent profits promised

An enormous profit always raises a red flag that the offer might be a scam. You should be always very careful when someone promises you something that sounds just way too good to be true. I know you would love to have that money on your bank account, but that is not going to happen, at least now with BitCoin Code.

Steve McKay – The mastermind behind BitCoin Code

McKay is mentioned as the master genius who has worked days and nights to create the BitCoin Code software. But guess what, this guy doesn’t even exist. Well he does, but that is not his real name, and the person showed to us is a paid model. Do you not believe me? Take a look at this picture from Recognise it? You should. That is Steve McKay from BitCoin Code.

BitCoin Code is using paid actors

It is probably not much of a surprise that this software is represented by paid actors. And how do we know it? Because we have seen the same faces in similar scams that try to rob honest working people from their money. We were also able to find one of the main actors on, where anyone can buy his services just for 5 dollars – The fact that they use for their “honest” reviews paid actors with no experience with the product whatsoever does not look good and it is a very common practice of scams.

Is BitCoin Code a scam?

We definitely do not consider BitCoin Code to be a fair and an honest software. Everything they present is a lie and therefore we have to come to a conclusion that BitCoin Code is a scam and that the story about Steve McKay is just a fake. We hate that they take advantage of the circumstance that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are so popular. Once people use this robot, they will find out that it is not working as promised and they might think that the problem is in Bitcoin and not in the BitCoin code software. We advocate staying far away from this scam to all of our readers.

BitCoin Code review – Scam by Steve McKay exposed
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Author: Michael
Hi, I'm Michael and my area of expertise is forex and binary options trading. I specialize in technical analysis, namely in chart pattern set ups. I educate traders of all levels and I believe that prerequisite to successful active trading is always knowing risks of the game. My most current interest lays in cryptocurrencies, especially in Ethereum and in decentralized applications. You can reach me at or in the comment section under any article.


  • Rita Burger

    I would have liked to know IF there was a similar system out there to make this money…and not just scam after scam. I am a disabled lady and my income is so small….I almost fell for this Bitcoin code thing….so sad now!

    Any ideas on how I can make a few extra money otherwise?

    • Michael

      Hello Rita,
      There is quite a good number of crypto robots that work almost always on the same principle, but they all have one thing in common – they are scams. If you want to make money by trading Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, check this Crypto guide and learn how to trade on your own. Because everyone who promises to do it for you will most likely just take advantage of you.

  • William Jack

    Great review
    I really appreciate someone saying something about binary options scams. I just started trading a year ago and I know it is something that takes time, patience and a good strategy. As I started I was very attracted to the idea of winning 90% profit from each trade I’d made. But before I signed in, I remembered a phrase my mentor used to tell me: “if it seems too good to be true, then it is really too good to be true”. So I did my research and ended up reading terrible reviews about those platforms. Such as not being able to withdraw your profits whenever you wanted and the fact that I was about to give my money to a Cyprus-regulated company… yes, a tax heaven country. To all of you that want to start trading, please don’t be fooled by companies like those. Making money takes time and learning, you won’t get rich overnight but if you’re disciplined enough you might one day become a successful trader.

    Trade Safe!

    • Michael

      Hello Wiliam,
      We are glad that you like the review. We couldn’t agree more with you, learning how to trade is like learning how to play a musical instrument. In the beginning, you suck, but in the end, you can perform something phenomenal.

  • Salami James

    Thanks Michael. I almost deposited dollars just now. I am convinced that bitcoin code is scam. But what else can I do to earn money after buying bitcoin as I am a beginner? Please advice me in my mail below. Thanks

  • Steve

    Hi Michael,

    Nearly signed up to this as was curious about the software, it actually led me to a trading platform called CFD Corporate (based in Switzerland) who subsequently called me and claimed it to be ‘just marketing’ to get people to their platform…

    I currently trade on etorro – what are your views on these guys?

    I am also trying to find a ‘safe & secure’ platform to trade/invest in IOTA, any suggestions? (currently not being traded on etorro)

    • Michael

      No, I am currently testing Etoro, but I have not come to a conclusion yet. But if I will approve this company you will have the chance to read about them on this web. If you want to trade/invest in IOTA you can go for IQOption. Review of this company can be found on our website 🙂

  • Anne

    Thanks I just signed into this bitcoincode scam how to delete my information so shaking now

    • Michael

      Hello Anne,
      I don’t think you will be able to delete your account there. But if you did not make a deposit or provided a copy of your ID, you are fine.

  • Steve

    Hi Michael,

    I just found your website and upon your recommendation went to the Plus500 website to sign up for the test demo. I was unable to download the app through AppleStore. It said I needed to be in Latvia. When I did that, it said I needed to be in the US……. I’m actually in Mexico.

    What can you advise?


    • Michael

      Hello Steve,

      I never heard of such problem, that is really weird. I know for sure that they do not support traders from US, but clients from Mexico should not have any problem. Try to reset your mobile and internet connection and try it again, or it might be downloadable from the link If nothing works out, let me know and I will try to advise you further steps.



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