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r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Why I think Syncus (Sync) will hit 10b+mcap in 2024

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Syncus [SYNC] the new HEX

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

TitanX Coin - virtual mining coin with crazy potential ROI

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

CoinMarketCap ranking is weird

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX Investor Who Locked For Three Years Laments Losing Money

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Heart's Hidden Agenda: The Strategy Set to Transform PulseChain's Fortunes

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX Founder Richard Heart Managing to Evade SEC Lawsuit After Billion Dollar Securities Fraud

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

It seems like Gov and SEC are going hard prosecuting crypto frauds before the SEC approves those ETFs. Safemoon, Celsius, Hex & others have been cracked down on hard in recent months. Even legitimate firms like Genesis was sued and Paypal subpoenaed regarding their stablecoin

r/BitcoinSee Post

r/bitcoin blocking technical question

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Tengo alrededor de 500,000 pesos invertidos en crypto

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Richard Heart's Followers Panic As HEX, PulseChain Tokens Nosedive Over 90% Amid Troubling Lawsuit

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Mired in Controversy, A Film Gives HEX and Richard Heart the Hollywood Treatment

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Crypto Trading: CEX, DEX, or HEX?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What about HEX token?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Don't be FOOLED

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

A movie/documentary about the HEX community and Richard Heart is releasing in theatres and on Netflix this weekend. Time for the ultimate exit-liquidity?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Do the ethics of crypto ever bother you?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What constitutes a Security? Or, does it pass the Howey Test?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

My cousin made a documentary about the founder of HEX, Richard Heart. Here is the trailer.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

MetaMask Follows Uniswap to Block HEX Swaps as SEC Circles Richard Heart

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

MetaMask Follows Uniswap to Block HEX Swaps as SEC Circles Richard Heart

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

[Satire] Seven years ago bitcoin forked and the true vision of Satoshi was born - Bitcoin Cash

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Why I Don’t Feel Bad for HEX Founder Richard Heart’s Victims

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

SEC fraud lawsuit against HEX's Richard Heart; is it time to embrace crypto regulations?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

[Serious] Following the HEX SEC case, could Safemoon be charged in the same manner?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Uniswap has just delisted HEX from trading in its app

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX crypto founder defrauded investors and bought $4m diamond

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

SEC charges Hex founder with fraud and unregistered securities offerings, HEX drops by 25%

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

SEC charges HEX founder Richard Heart with misappropriating millions of dollars of investor funds

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

US SEC Accused HEX Founder for Offering Unregistered Securities

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX Plummets 25% Following SEC Lawsuit Against Founder

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Statement from the SEC regarding their lawsuit filed today against Richard Heart, HEX, Pulsechain and PulseX

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Richard Heart (HEX, PulseChain) is being sued for Securities Fraud

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The ULTIMATE Cringefest is coming! HEX Documentary to be featured in 28 theatres across USA. Many locations already SOLD OUT

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The ULTIMATE Cringefest is coming! HEX Documentary to be featured in 28 theatres across USA. Many locations already SOLD OUT

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

HEX2.0 / Hex reached 320 billion MC/ Hex2.0 is at 10k MC/ 1000x/ 2.0 meme season/ Insider only rn

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Reminder for the new people as to what happened with HEX, and why it's something you may want to avoid. Along with a new piece of comedy nugget I found from one of the "Hexicans" in deep denial.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Man sold his house at the peak of of the 2021 bull run for 240,000 HEX now worth $2,000 USD

r/BitcoinSee Post

Bitcoin transaction from private key (B6 / WIF / HEX)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

I got to say I admire the cult like commitment most HEX members show.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Its a miracle: Now that HEX is 99% down since ATH and 94% in the past 4 weeks, HEX cultists are finally selling and critical of HEX and Richard Heart. Some "HEXicans" are even recommending other to buy Bitcoin instead!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The bear market is doing an adequate job cleansing the crypto space of bad projects and actors. Although it is a painful experience now, this cleansing is great for crypto's future

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Richard Heart's DEX, PulseX, has a bug where LP doesn't earn fees.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Richard Heart’s Pulse launch flops, users stranded, HEX crashes

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

In March, the HEX community was angry at us for calling HEX a scam and said we were jealous for missing out on their gains - HEX is down 82% since then and down 97% from all time high

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Ethereum cold storage wallet - Non Wifi HP Calculator (Hp 50G)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

PULSECHAIN Update #2 - A week after launch - $100m+ Deposited and Bridging As we Speak - More Demand than Supply - 2x Already from Sacrifice prices - Lets Discuss

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Pulsechain bridge just launched $25mil+ queued for bridging in first day

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Pulschain Has Launched - after 2 years in the making and many saying that it wont ever be released finally its here

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX token crashes as Richard Harts Ethereum Fork PulseChain goes live

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Thoughts on PulseChain (PLS)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Blockchain gaming is taken over by VC? CityStates developed by indiedevs on small budget just released to the public with a whole new take on how to use crypto in a game!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX Founder Richard Heart Teases Upcoming PulseChain

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

AI Price Predictions: After a long back-and-forth, the almighty GPT gave me its "educated guesses" for crypto prices

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Countering all the major anti-crypto arguments in one post.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Stop investing in HEX

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX - Love or hate it, it currently offers a solid opportunity

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX is up 420% in 2023, LET ME EXPLAIN WHY.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

What's The Future Potential Of Hex Now that It's Referred To As a Better BTC?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

PORTFOLIO EXPERIMENT - Reddit's Most and Least Popular Coins - Month 4

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Wallet security and how exactly crypto works in 18 minutes - by John Woods Algorand CTO

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

$HEX - $PLS - Questions

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

How Richard Heart Took From his followers and supporters and others more than half a BILLION USD in the CRAZIEST way ever.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Richard Heart FAILED to wipe all references to "HEX" from his other Social Media profile.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Crypto communities worshipping coin/token founders is as anti-crypto as it gets.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Richard Heart preemptively wipes all references to "HEX" from his twitter profile.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX rebrands staking as mining. Making it very difficult for SEC to classify it as a security

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The HEX Team Announces Their Cryptocurrency Has Morphed and Is a Religion, Not a Security

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The HEX ponzi cultists strikes back: Their YouTube influencers mocked our comments and the Reddit community wrote long counter posts, calling us uninformed and a great source for inverse trading

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Is my ETH lost or can I still save it?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The more FUD around HEX, the more whales buy. This whale bought 1,000 ETH worth of HEX today

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

$HEX is a scam, change my mind

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The HEX community is mad at us for calling their project a scam and a ponzi - they discussed our posts and comments on Youtube, Twitter, and Reddit

r/BitcoinSee Post

We are 100 blocks out from block nr. 777777

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX has no use case and in essence acts as a scam and a ponzi - please stay away

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Is Richard Heart a fraud and scammer? TLDR: Yes

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Is HEX a Ponzi scheme or any other type of scam?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Is HEX really just BTC with a proof of work change?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

PORTFOLIO EXPERIMENT - Reddit's Most and Least Popular Coins - Month 3

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

ETH Genesis whale with 400,000 ETH just staked 8M$ HEX for 15 years!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Is it about time we acknowledge HEX?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Thoughts on HEX

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

PORTFOLIO EXPERIMENT - Reddit's favorite coins vs Reddit's least favorite coins - month 1

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX threatens to implode as creator Richard Heart faces fraud accusations

r/BitcoinSee Post

New finding! An encrypted 7zip file possibly related to Julian Assange is hidden in the Bitcoin blockchain

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Reverse-shill post: Which alt-coins in the top 100 I'm staying away from and why.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Some Influencers Weighing In On HEX: Is It A Scam? Or, Does Hex Do What It Is Supposed To Do.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The hilarious arguments of Paradox crypto scammers

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

New book by Michael Lewis about FTX....name suggestions, and top 3 trending

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Lessons learned - Advice for newcomers?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

SEC issues subpoena to influencers promoting HEX, PulseChain and PulseX

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

SEC may be closing in on one of the longest running Ponzi scheme HEX. Eric Apparently many HEX influenzas have received subpeonas, and their founder is talking about using secret chats

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

DeFi Deez-HEX & DRIP...💥💧

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Richard Heart, the founder of now infamous HEX token, has a history

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX Token Sees over 37,000% growth, but is it a scam?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Consensus in Decentralized Systems 101

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Can someone shed some light on this coin

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

The Next HEX (aka 10,000x)

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

PulseFinity - PLF | The Launchpad protocol for PulseChain | Innovation Starts Here | Presale | kyc soon | Backed by Trusted team

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

HEX, Pulsechain, PulseX. Will Richard Heart Projects Damp or Pamp? Admins of his projects blocking and censoring their own supporters now … the fear is REAL. What next?

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Buying KAS seems like a very poor choice. Everyone and their brother are writing articles right now like “KAS has 6500% gains!”…”KAS surpasses ATOM and is unstoppable”…. It’s some of the worst shilling that I’ve seen in a while (think HEX & PULSE). Plus, it’s sitting at an ATH after ripping upward for the last three weeks. Lots of people about to get Rekt by this one.

Nothing going on in this ecosystem except retail bag holders pushing misleading and manipulated stats to make it appear as though this L1 has something going for it. Outside of that, no one talks about this project and is as much of a scam ad XRP and HEX.

Mentions:#XRP#HEX

Hilarious that you identify that if you actually had the money to invest into BTC than you would. But you don’t. So your pennies invested need to stretch much further. Interesting theory. Perhaps than you should invest in HEX or Pulse. I mean SOL is in the same class as those scam coins and they promise 44,000% returns. You guys are something else. Do some research morons.

Mentions:#BTC#HEX#SOL

Hi. Thanks i guess i will have to dive deeper on HEX before making conclusions. Thanks.

Mentions:#HEX

with you being active in pulsechain and HEX you must know more about losing 10k in a day than making them

Mentions:#HEX

> they want to be lied to 100% . You want an instant loyal following startinbg out? talk XRP or HEX in a positive light , there is your few thousand views straight up. Don't believe me? See what Ben Armstrong has been shilling ever since he lost his channel and started a new one.

Mentions:#XRP#HEX

Pulsechain. That is all. Creator of HEX (which did 10,000x last bull run). The creator created it to be an alternative to ETH for when the ETH fees get astronomically unaffordable to the masses.

Mentions:#HEX#ETH

Its almost like that HEX coin scam.

Mentions:#HEX

Oh geez. If you're new to this space, PLEASE. DO. NOT. FALL. FOR. THIS. SCAM. I won't say this about many projects, but HEX is just a complete and utter ponzi scheme with a thief of a founder. Stay FAR AWAY. Keep in mind, this reddit poster above (Drmotley2) spelled Ethereum "etherium." Not to be mean, but that may represent just how much this guy knows about crypto. Sorry, when someone recommends HEX, I HAVE to try to protect people from this.

Mentions:#HEX#FAR

Blue Chip: BTC Medium Risk: HEX Degen Coin: TitanX

Mentions:#BTC#HEX

Great post! In a market as dynamic as crypto, utility-driven projects are the bedrock of sustainability. BlockStar's value proposition extends beyond just a single aspect of the blockchain space. We've spent over five and a half years meticulously crafting an ecosystem built on blockchain From industry-disrupting platforms like BlockStar Social, TV and Digital, which decentralize social media and content streaming, to several AI applications leveraging bespoke machine learning solutions, we’re grounded in real-world applications. Our DeFi offerings, such as BlockStar NFT Marketplace and BlockStar Altitude, provide comprehensive asset management, and we believe our Hybrid Exchange (HEX) is a first of its kind - centralized order book trading, with self-custody holdings. Another first of its kind is BlockStar Meet – a cutting-edge, secure collaboration tool, which allows for simultaneous live broadcasting across the common live streaming platforms, controlled in one place. As the crypto world reels from the current volatility, BlockStar's multifaceted ecosystem is designed to stand firm, powered by our native currency, BlockStar Token. We're proud to be a project that doesn't just promise but delivers day in and day out. Our team, our technology, and our vision are steadfast. For anyone focusing on utility as the driver of the next market wave, take a closer look at BlockStar. We're not just riding the wave – we're helping shape it.

Mentions:#HEX

How’s $HEX treating you?

Mentions:#HEX

LOL. I'm sorry, but XRP is a huge scam, just a money grab by insiders, and everyone outside of the XRP cult has known that for years. It's the educated man's HEX. Banks are not going to use XRP, they will build on Ethereum. Next up: Cardano...

Mentions:#XRP#HEX

If the project was any good, there would be a thousand redditards telling you it sucks and you should be buying HEX.

Mentions:#HEX

Not shilling but since you asked I believe we’ve already built some fantastic products that haven’t been done before. An entire Web3 Ecosystem that spans products outside of just crypto and into things like AI, Gaming, SocialFi as well as corporate applications as well. Inside crypto we’ve built a fully functional HEX with self custody for safety and transparency. Decentralised Social Media is going to be big this year along with the privacy and security blockchain brings. Check out our profile or feel free to comment for further information if you would like to know more along with the utilities already in service. Have a great day

Mentions:#HEX

if you buy stake with code: ** LFG ** for a big ass discount on fees/rebates And this shit is gonna be the next OHM/HEX

Mentions:#OHM#HEX

Was actually thinking about HEX some while ago, I had an investment in 2020

Mentions:#HEX

Yeah like RH from HEX and PULSECHAIN says the quickest way to lose your money is with liquor , ladies and leverage...

Mentions:#HEX
r/BitcoinSee Comment

People are selling #Bitcoin for good #altcoins to get better gains. Like #HEX hex.com

Mentions:#HEX
r/BitcoinSee Comment

not the seed, but the Private Key ​ In some way look like there is a patron of formula to generate those HEX then you have to convert HEX to WIF privateKey and then import the wallet.. ​ the problem?: there are (in the puzzle #66) 16\^16 possible combinations or 18446744073709551616 if you want to see the combinations in a number :o

Mentions:#HEX#WIF

I'd take a look at PulseChain, the ETH clone launched by Richard Heart. I was involved in HEX at the beginning but got out due to some FUD (then HEX did a 1000x movement). Decided not to fade this one as well. Next bullrun will tell. Not a 500k bet, but a billion PLS is worth 60k now. Might easily flip that to a million within a 12 months time frame

This list must be doing the rounds again. First I got letters from HEX in the mail. Now I'm getting scam calls from coinbase. These people need to be sued.

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah, I got scam mail from HEX/Pulsechain (actual snail mail) to my home adress a few weeks after that leak. Thanks Ledger.

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yup. I've seen this movie too many times. Ethereum is going to overtake Bitcoin!!! Luna/HEX/Ark/Stratis/Chiliz/Bitconnect/Neo/Ravencoin/Lisk/NEM/Tron/Stellar/VET/Tezos/EOS are going to overtake Ethereum!!! Most of them were pumped by the same people pumping Solana today.

Mentions:#HEX#VET#EOS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>*A SOL holder*, literally the epitome of how this subreddit is full of 50 IQ people who have no idea what they’re talking about. The tokenomics are terrible, to put it nicely. The hardware/bandwidth requirements to run a validator severely limits who can afford to be one. The blockchain can be turned on/off at the will of the devs. The page you linked to is an absolute joke, they list PulseChain, an **actual scam** associated with Richard Heart/HEX – but not Cardano, the second biggest SC platform that is actually designed to be fully decentralized. The Blockchain Lab at Edinburgh University is working on an objective measurement of all aspects of blockchain decentralization: https://www.ed.ac.uk/informatics/blockchain/edi

Mentions:#SOL#HEX#SC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You obviously have not perused the R/HEX or R/Safemoon subs then.

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Unlike OP requires here, it's not a "innovation, technology, utility" narrative token. It's a finished product from day 1 and it won't change, ever. If you need an ever evolving bs narrative, it's not a token for u. It's a smart contract deployed on Ethereum. The smart contract literally tells you all its functions it has on etherscan if you'd bother to click on the contract tab. You can only do two things: stakeStart: requires you to input a date in the future (max 15 years) and an amount in HEX. Once you sign the transaction, it "locks" (in reality: burns) the amount of tokens for the amount of time in days you chose. stakeEnd: When the day comes that your stake expires, you can run the stakeEnd function. The contract uses two multipliers (longer pays better & bigger pays better) that essentially mint you new hex tokens when your stake ends. It re-mints you your principal + the bonus from the above multipliers. This is where the yield comes from. You can work out mathematically what the total maximum annual inflation of the token can ever be, and it comes out to around 3.69% per year max. There's some more options like ending your stake early at a penalty (you can lose principal + interest if you end it before its halfway done for ex). The penalty gets paid out to all the active stakers so the staker class benefits if others quit. I've played with this quite a bit and it is what it is. If HEX grows (read: new buyers/holders/stakers) at or more than 3.69% a year, you can make decent yield (depending how much or how long you stake (longer is definitely much better than bigger). It's highly risky since it's easily the most volatile token i ever had. It might go up 1000x but then it also dumps 95%. Not your thing? Don't buy it. It's anyways gatekept by exchanges coz they can't make money with it lol

Mentions:#OP#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

u/maynardstaint in a nutshell you can loose even (part of) your principal if you end your stake before its halfway done. So if you staked for 15 years and you end it now, you'll probably burn half or all of your principal investment. So the only reason someone would do that is if the price was equal or higher to the price they bought at. Otherwise they're selling at a loss. Plus, the "lost" HEX goes to all the staked wallets (once they end theirs). u/megajuanna is onto something though, since RH literally said it was designed to keep paper hands from selling by allowing them to lock up their HEX and being penalized if they change their mind. So 99% of sell pressure is removed. What's funny to me is that both hex holders and skeptics agree on how it works. They both say "but they are locked up for x years". Just that one side thinks that's a good thing, and the other thinks it's a bad thing lol :D

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This has nothing to do with HEX, but rather the marketing potential that RH’s team employed. You do realize that Facebook, IG, TikTok, politicians, and independent research firms literally do this very thing with data that is either mined or stolen everyday. It’s HOW they target you. You’re going to fault a company for buying data to expand? Welcome to the real world, son. One of my best friend worked SEO and data operations for Fortune 500 companies and retired a millionaire in his 30s. One of his primary sources of data was the dark web, The RH ecosystem isn’t going anywhere. PLS runs better than any other L1 with smart contract capability. Keep telling yourself that HEX is a scam, but be sure you file bank CDs in the same column while the rest of us continue to grow our net worth. Just don’t tell people that Hex is a scam without providing proof of your claim. It makes you look foolish. And DEFINITELY don’t claim that marketing techniques are a scam because anyone in marketing will tell you the reality of your “privacy.”

Mentions:#HEX#IG#PLS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I actually have first-hand experience of RH:s scammyness. A few weeks after all the personal details was leaked from Ledger a few years ago, I got a letter (physical mail in my letterbox to my home adress) from HEX/Pulsechain wanting me to buy it. The very fact that they purchased stolen personal details from the hackers to spam crypto users is proof enough that they are in fact criminals.

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is the problem. You have zero substantive proof that HEX was ever a scam (because it’s not) and just parrot whatever you hear from the YouTuber that tells you which shit coin to buy at 10x leverage. DYOR should be applied to everything you ever consider talking about in life. And I mean that. Otherwise you step into a situation where you say something stupid, without factual merit, and someone like me comes along.

Mentions:#HEX#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Tell me that you didn’t watch The Highest of Stakes without telling me you didn’t watch The Highest of Stakes. 🤦‍♂️ Spoiler: Finance experts and fraud investigators Lamont Black and Kelly Pope literally try to prove it’s a scam throughout the entire movie and fail to do so - because it’s not. They even have an on-camera statement from the head of one of the major coin ranking sites admit on camera towards the end that HEX is not a scam. You guys throw that word around without verifiable proof, then shut your ears when the facts come out to play. Watch the documentary. It’s on Amazon, AppleTV, and YouTube+.

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Again, anyone that defends their bags from “FUD” is in a cult. Ain’t nobody out here FUD’ing anything. People are making reasonable observations and criticisms and it’s always met with “you just hating”. HEX and Safemoon communities would like a word with you.

Mentions:#FUD#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Alright, I gotta say it again, things that /r/cc LOVES and BOUGHT CONSTANTLY cannot be *inversing /r/cc*. During the bullrun *everyone* loved Doge and was buying it constantly. Everyone was buying ADA, everyone was buying SOL, these cannot be **inversing** anything. Things that /r/cc ACTUALLY hates *universally* are below: - Bitcoin Cash (Constantly insulted through 2 separate bullruns) - HEX (Completely ridiculed in every discussion) - Safemoon (Ripped to shreds on a daily basis) - Tron (Everyone who's ever discussed Tron here says it sucks) - Litecoin (Every time Litecoin is talked about, its with despair or saying to sell it) - Helium (Everyone shit on helium for most of its existence until now, with good reason) - EOS (No one has ever said anything good about EOS here for the last 5 years) If you're building an inverse portfolio it has to be things people actually hate, not just things that performed poorly at one point.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This should really only include *legitimate* projects that r/cc doesn't like. Not scams and meme coins. That being said, HEX should not be added to it.

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

OP, HEX is literally a scam though. Not "I don't like it, therefore it is a scam"-scam, but an actual textbook scam.

Mentions:#OP#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

HEX & VET are now added to the bag. A doff of the cap to you sir. Thank you very much.

Mentions:#HEX#VET
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Coins: UpToken, BKCoin, MNGO, TRX, HEX, Stoner Cats NFT, Impact Theory NFTs, Exchanges: Binance, Kraken, Genesis, Gemini, Celsius, Coinbase, Bittrex, Beaxy, There's tons more

Mentions:#MNGO#TRX#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Lets hope HEX is next What Richard did to the sacrificers was even worse

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Oh well, we still have a little bit of HEX saga left.

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Given the alleged scam perpetrated by Richard Heart and his associates, a case involving HEX and PulseChain should be a high priority for the SEC. Their well-organized scheme targeted many, including myself and several friends. This potential Ponzi scheme necessitates thorough investigation by the SEC, potentially requiring international cooperation with Interpol to locate Richard Schueler, similar to the pursuit of fugitive Nazis fleeing to Argentina.

Mentions:#HEX#SEC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

He needs to check out HEX and Safemoon

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

HEX?

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SOL was the most shilled coin of 2021. Everyone here owned it. Everyone here lost their shirt. Anyone who held SOL through 2022 [got a chart that looked like this](https://i.imgur.com/FG4Z8ZP.png) You can't "inverse /r/cc" by buying a coin everyone shilled. If you were inversing /r/cc, you'd be buying HEX, or Bitcoin Cash, or NFTs, something that this sub *actually* thinks is a scam and doesn't buy any of. Buying the most popular coin and the darling of 2021 isn't inversing /r/cc.

Mentions:#SOL#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I know two people who are excited about HEX. Or were. Both of them ardently supported Trump. Small data sample. I know. But hard not to feel like there is a correlation.

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Here's a story: my best friend put his entire life savings into HEX at the end of 2019. He became a multi millionaire nearly over night. Showed me his staker app & had 10-20 million at ATH (Crypto Winter 2021) The problem is, he staked everything out for 10 years, meaning he couldn't touch it. I was like wow my best friend is a multi millionaire, we'll never have to work again. I think you can all guess what happened. And yes, the hex & pulse subreddit are full of cope. Just today somebody posted "celebrating 4 years of flawless operation, no exploits, no bugs.." The SEC has been trying to serve Richard a subpoena, but he is hiding out of country. How inspiring right?

Mentions:#HEX#SEC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If he hasn't sold, he hasn't lost anything. The HEX price will fluctuate as people enter and leave the market. When you stake hex you get T-Shares (which produce more HEX over time according to the code). HEX PLS PLSX is a fairly new ecosystem and will take time to figure out the SEC ruling and onboarding to create a more main stream adoption. The SEC case is a civil lawsuit for $27 million or so which is a tiny fraction of what RH has on hand. It won't affect HEX in the long run at all.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

He's probably involved in HEX or some other scam

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Who got HEX mail?

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It’s easy to feel sorry for people who invested; It is difficult to feel sorry for the number of HEX-a-gones who aggressively attack anyone who points out the obvious scammy nature of HEX. They too are perpetuating the scam, and causing more victims and hurt.

Mentions:#HEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Headline really should read "HEX Gambler Who Locked For Three Years Laments Losing Money". This space really needs to stop conflating gambling and investing.

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If only people here and everywhere have warned everyone else about HEX more than 1204837272 times about it, thats just too low they couldnt be certain it was a scam.

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Careful, you might get downvoted by the HEX army. I called out HEX as a scam many times in the past and was downvoted like crazy...

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HEX is approaching Bitconnect popularity it seems lol.

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HEX *victim* (and also moron). HEX is one of the longest running scams in this space.

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tldr; The article discusses a HEX investor who expressed regret after locking their tokens for three years, only to incur losses due to the token's fluctuating value. The investor lamented the decision to stake their tokens for a long period, as the token's value surged to record highs and then dropped significantly. The article also highlights the struggles of the HEX token, including a lawsuit from the SEC and a substantial decrease in its market cap. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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Personally, I prefer having DUA over buying HEX and PLS. I dislike how the founder acts nonchalant when people are questioning his whereabouts.

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It's kinda entertaining to hear the HEX army, or whatever they call themselves, try to explain how it isn't a scam. If you call it a ponzi, they tell you all crypto is a ponzi. Their community is like a slightly more mature version of the Safemoon army.

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Believe me, I bear no love for Richard Heart. But we might as well not spread misinformation. If I understand correctly, Pulsechain did launch earlier this year, and the HEX smart contract has been running since the end of 2019. I don't think Richard Heart will be able to avoid securities laws on the Pulse "sacrifice" (lol), but HEX itself I don't think the SEC really has as much of a case on. It's a smart contract that didn't have any "investment" or "sacrifice" and has been running and being used for 4 years with no work or development from him since launch. Just a culty (VERY culty) community promoting it and building their own apps and websites to interact with the smart contract. But yeah, with Pulsechain as far as securities laws go, I think they have him dead to rights. That said, since it is a fork of Ethereum, I'm really hoping a ruling that Pulsechain was a security isn't really the SEC's plan to go after Ethereum from there... Better to do something like the XRP ruling: he sold it as a security, but PLS isn't a security itself. We'll see. I just really hope this isn't the first step in a roadmap to target ETH, by just starting with a generally hated figure like him and his ETH fork.

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As you mentioned, anyone googling HEX will quickly find out that it is a scam and founder Richard Heart is being charged and currently on the run. So this leaves 2 options to explain your brother in law’s behaviour: 1) his IQ is rather limited 2) he is a scammer trying go after his own family I’m not sure which one is worse, but stay away from this guy OP!

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Both of you not the brightest. Him for being all-in HEX and you for not doing whatever you could do have at least some exposure to crypto over the last 2 years of rock bottom prices.

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I mean, HEX requires using a wallet and contracts and you can't aquire it from an exchange. That's not nooby stuff, necessarily. The HEX sub can't ever seem to explain it, they just say DYOR, post memes, and delete comments/posts that question HEX or RH.

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Arguably everything is modeled like a ponzi. Getting rewarded during uncertainty with the HEX model is really good. Except that it's HEX and everybody hates it because of the founder. If this feature came from another project it would be lauded as smart.

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#Ponzi scheme Now if he would be smart he wouldn't promise you profits. He would promise you stability, privacy and freedom. But that would be - not HEX:

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Ideally everybody likes the project and stakes their coins with long term belief. You don't believe in HEX so staking is dumb, but if it was a project you believe in, getting rewarded while being hammered by uncertainty is better than holding and getting nothing like bitcoin.

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Some people at work know I’m into crypto. One day, I was approached at work by a coworker saying that they were at a bar the night before and some guys started talking to them and handed them a business card that had to do with HEX. Coworker almost bought into it until they asked me about it the next morning. This person knows nothing about crypto. That is how noobs get into it.

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Good read. HEX is complete bullshit and you’ll find that it’s supporters behave like hardcore cultists. On the HEX website they even have a whole page dedicated to how it’s not a scam lmao

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LOL, the "nothing lost without selling" copium strikes again. He totally did, and probably not getting it back. My opinion on HEX is that it's basically just a Ponzichain, where only big guy at the top - Richard Heart - gets rich of the suckers who "invest", maybe few other early investors at the top get some scrapings too. And watching Richard is so cringe, he's like buying tons of rolexes, Louis Vittons, lambos, clearly paid for from all the Hexians, probably trying to make you think this is what being a Hexian gets you, but he's the only one who profits from Hex like that.

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HEX is not crap. It has a good feature that should just be implemented in all staking coins. The idea is good. People hate the founder. So they think it's a scam.

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Richard Heart is a clever (and dangerous) guy. I'd have never bought HEX, but I did take advantage of the airdrop for Bitcoin owners. Pulled that last year, it paid for my roof repairs. Thanks Hexichickens!

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He did that early in the year, probably when the SEC started sniffing around. Also changed the wording on the website from earning HEX (or similar) to mining HEX. He's known about this for a while.

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I have two friends absolutely obsessed with HEX but yet idk anyone else into crypto IRL. Life be weird.

Mentions:#HEX
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The founder is a known scammer (has been even from before HEX began), the project is a known scam (ponzi), has been from the very beginning, and the "investors" are brainwashed semi-cult members drowning in complete denial. So the answer to his question really depends on you OP, you say you're in debt, do you like being in debt? Because if so you should consider becoming a hexican as you'll undoubtedly get into 10 times more debt in the not so distant future

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$HEX is pure poison and a full blown scam. Do not trust Richard Heart (which is not his real name) with a bucket of water. You have been warned, but invest at your own risk.

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HEX is just like Safemoon, Richard Heart (or whatever his real name is) is just not in prison yet.

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Look, the crypto community believes in a lot of dumb projects. You just have to take some random problem and say "we solve this with blockchain", even if it makes no fucking sense, they will be hyped about it and invest billions. If even those people tell you that HEX is a scam, then it's 100% a very very obvious one.

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HEX Founder Richard Heart spent all the investors money on expensive watches and private jets hahaha

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SEC claiming jurisdiction because trades happened on a platform created by an American, seems really stretching it. Regardless of HEX and other tokens being a scam , just being traded on Uniswap is a ridiculous reason to sue.

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I would go into there sub ever so often and just type JUNK as I like to do and it was funny how delusional they all were. I still do the same thing wit ETC and HEX for years now.

Mentions:#ETC#HEX
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After years of ignoring the shtcoin I bought some HEX thinking maybe its got potential, right before it tanked… I still have it somewhere hopefully I can access it if it ever pumps again. 3 zeros disappeared in less than a day.

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It's definitely going places, straight to 0. Keep believing in this CDC scam like the HEX scam.

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They’re not out there shouting about HEX. They are shutting on legitimate projects. They CONSTANTLY go after xrp and ripple. While everything that have said has been proven to be false in a court of law. And even more than that, you’re going to see all of their other lies come out very soon. Ethereum is not, and never was decentralized. They are, and always have been, Chinese controlled. They have been working with regulators to create a monopoly for ethereum, at the cost of the rest of the crypto ecosystem. They’re fucking criminals dude.

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Yea, just look at HEX and CRO.

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