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Deconstructing the Crypto Genius

Date: Monday, November 26, 2018 12:28 AM EDT

Anyway, he wrapped up his schtick by saying there were ONLY 250 spots left, and if I hurried, MAYBE, just MAYBE, I’d be able to still get one of those coveted spaces (I believe the ad came out about a year ago, if not more). So I clicked on it and, lucky, lucky me:

Hey! Some spots are left! Woot! So I still have the opportunity to pay $2,000 a year.

So wait a second. 250 spots. $2,000 a year. That’s half a million a year. So this guy has found a way to virtually print money, and he’s going to sell the secret for half a million a year? I think there’s a humanitarian sitting under that ridiculous bush of hair he has.

After finishing this ad, I saw one other item worth sharing…..

Ya know, I’m not sure what precisely happened last September 30, but one things for damn sure: it didn’t created a $5.1 trillion windfall that sent bitcoin “straight to $100,000 within a matter of weeks” and certainly “$1 million in the following months.”

So there you have it. The revelation of the crypto code from the crypto genius. Make of it what you will. He could be the great computer genius he claims to be. Or he could be a repulsive, money-worshipping shyster who will say or do anything to get subscribers. Or maybe he’s neither and is just one helluva guy. (By the way, you might want to Google the word “bitzumi” if you’re curious about another crypto venture of his.)

One thing is clear, though. The crypto “industry” sure isn’t what it claimed to be a year ago. Who knows how many ignorant folks lost God-knows-how-much money on cryptos. The early adopters certainly made their fortunes. But, in the end, I think a hell of a lot of latecomers were left holding the bag.

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