How do you claim Bitcoin Hex

HEX token

What is HEX?

HEX is a smart contract and an associated coin based on Ethereum (ERC 20). The general idea is that owners of the token receive “interest” in the form of additional HEX Coins on their stake. The interest is all the higher

  • the earlier you get in
  • the longer you commit by staking
  • the more people you can advertise for this system (referral program)

So it shows almost all the signs of a classic pyramid system that can only work as long as new people are brought into the system and then collapse. The difference to a conventional pyramid / pyramid scheme is that the "return" paid out does not come from an advanced, dubious business model (e.g. mining, trading, ...) such as the well-known "Bitconnect" scam.

Richard Heart, the creator of HEX makes no secret of the fact that there is no income that is paid out to the participants, but only the purely speculative value of the HEX token is distributed to the participants.

So is HEX a scam?

Short answer: In my opinion, a resounding YES. Because people are lured with promises that cannot be kept:

Exhibit A:

Because if someone really makes a profit (in euros) at HEX (the possibility exists), then this money can only come from someone else's loss. This is fundamentally no different than with gold or Bitcoin. However, no one there makes the above promises (“Millions of people can get very rich”)

Exhibit B from the website:

The long answer on this question is that HEX basically does nothing different than many other crypto currencies did with ICOs in 2017. Namely, to play with people's greed. One could even argue that HEX is more honest than many ICOs, because no secret is made that the value of the token is pure speculation. In contrast, many cryptocurrencies and their ICOs have put forward a supposed use for their token as a justification for the future value.

The rules of the HEX Token Smart Contract are not immediately understandable for laypeople, but at least there is little doubt that the Smart Contract does exactly what is advertised. So there is neither a hidden way to cheat all participants, nor any other way to outsmart the system. The conditions are therefore known in advance. The only problem is that very few people understand the complicated game theory scenarios and are therefore likely to make wrong decisions.