- Trevon James back again with tips on his YouTube channel, instructing people to send all their Ethereum to Hex creator Richard Heart.
- This comes two years after shutting down BitConnect in January 2018.
- James provides viewers with a step-by-step guide on how to “earn” Hex by staking Ethereum.
Trevon James, the former Ponzi scheme partner, is now promoting the notorious Hex campaign, with tips on his YouTube channel instructing people to send all their Ethereum to Hex creator Richard Heart.
James ‘ decision comes two years after the collapse of the most destructive multi-level marketing system in cryptocurrencies, shutting down BitConnect in January 2018.
James provides viewers with a step-by-step guide on how to “earn” Hex by staking Ethereum via Richard Heart’s smart contract in a YouTube video entitled “Five reasons why you should look at Hex.”
Many crypto enthusiasts recall that James type promotes BitConnect extensively and gets away with doing so.
One of the new videos from James explains why viewers should look at Hex more closely. This is not a project validation, but James is trying to make money from referral commissions regardless of that.
Interestingly enough, his opinion on Trevon James and the BitConnect angle was not shared by Hex creator Richard Heart that long ago.
Over the weekend, Roger Ver’s Bitcoin.com exchange listed the Hex token bizarrely, with the decision met with intense scrutiny from the majority of the cryptocurrency community.
Richard Heart has now received a large sum of $5.65 million in Ethereum as the prospect of dramatic gains in a short period continues to lure investors in.
The heart also explains how less money is invested in possible cryptocurrency fraud by every client onboard via Hex. A good idea, although with such unsavoury projects his project is often lumped together.