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Richard Heart’s Hex Coin – The Best in Crypto Game Theory?


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The question you are all wondering…

Is Hex a Scam?

The short answer is no, it does not appear to be a scam.

Anyone that does not like HEX or calls it a scam HAS NOT DONE THE RESEARCH.

Sit your ass down and understand this page: https://hex.com/techspecs/

Then watch as many hours of Richard Heart's livestreams as you can.


Because he opens them up to questions and sometimes goes on for 8 hours answering them and explaining HEX and crypto in general.

The rest of this post was written early in the HEX launch phase, and contains older information. Feel free to read it to get a feel for what was known, at that time.

The project has done EXTREMELY well price-wise since launch – and the haters missed out.

Will it succeed? As with all things in crypto, only time will tell. Possibly a long time….

People in the know are already using Staker App, a community built project with ongoing support that allows you to buy HEX and track your stakes, which is incredibly useful.

You can also scan this QR code to get it now.

Are you playing games and earning crypto? This post explains how to cash out in HEX.

Everything below here is older, but possibly useful information in your research.

First, let's understand a bit more about the founder – Richard Heart.

Who is Richard Heart?

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Richard Heart

The founder is Richard Heart who has a questionable reputation and controversial name in the cryptocurrency space, leaving investors asking if HEX is a scam.

Richard is the face of HEX and also the reason for public skepticism towards it. At the time of this writing, team members also included Kieran Mesquita, Cody Lamson, Brent Morrissey, and Dan Emmons.

He hosts a popular cryptocurrency focused YouTube channel where he interviews guests and provides deep insights into the inner workings of the industry.

Richard Heart's net worth is unknown, but he claims to have made 60 billion dollars from his prior marketing business. He says this has made him a millionaire with “plenty of money.”

So, what's the skepticism about?

To start, Richard Heart is a pen-name. Thanks to some thorough research, it is believed that his real name is Richard James Schueler.

When asked about this in his YouTube videos, he's open about the fact that Richard Heart is a pen-name and until he launches a project that requires people to invest, he will not give up his true identity.

Why does he care if people know his real name?

Another great question. A viral post went public and made waves in the cryptocurrency space, showing an unexpected side to Richard's raw behavior.

The post reveals an alleged shady history doing business in Panama and connections to gangsters.

Richard gained his riches from several different businesses – he is known as an email, affiliate, and multi-level marketer.

He noted gaining his wealth in the early 2000s by selling virtually anything such as sex toys, sex performance drugs, and anything else that he can advertise through email marketing.

In layman's terms, he was an early adopter of annoying email “spam,” and profited from it.

Nonetheless, he is great at what he does. He boasts ramping up his marketing company to 160+ employees and was able to retire early.

After retiring, he played video games for several years and came across while reading on Reddit.

He became an early adopter, well connected, and ultimately, a thought-leader in the space.

After a viral interview with Roger Ver, his subscriber count and Twitter following soared quickly – and he knows how to capitalize from this.

Still, it goes without saying that Richard is a smart man, knows how to build a team, and most importantly, knows how to sell.

It's important to understand the reasons behind his controversial image because, at the end of the day, HEX is nothing special from a technical point of view. Anyways, this is about HEX, not Richard Heart, so let's dive into the project.

What is HEX coin?

Watch this video to hear it directly from Richard Heart

HEX is not a project promising increased scalability, side-chain compatibility, or innovations on consensus.

Instead, it is an ERC-20 token intended to make early adopters rich and is designed to do 10,000X over 2.5 years.

Users receive referral bonuses and early claimers get a bigger piece of the pie.

According to the FAQ on the website, HEX was launched for what we consider to be an awfully rationalized reason. When asked “Why are you launching this?” – the FAQ response reads:

“Bitcoin has only 3 main functions: Send, Receive, or Mine. If you want to earn interest on your holdings, you must entrust them to a centralized third party.

These are security holes that are often hacked, destroy privacy, or introduce fees if you want to get your funds out.

The parties are so important to users that the companies themselves have made more profit on Bitcoin than its founder.

HEX adds a function which pays stakers instead of miners.”

In summary, the appeal to HEX is that it offers staking.

Since HEX is an ERC-20 token meant for holding, it has none of the immutable, trustless, and secure functionalities that we all adore about Bitcoin.

It is an based token. There is really nothing ‘Bitcoin' about HEX.

Next, let's explore the economics behind HEX, since that is what it's all about.

HEX Economics

With HEX, the early bird gets the worm. The early claimers receive more HEX and bonuses. Richard Heart has designed this coin to have the best “pumpamentals” of any crypto.

Meaning, it's designed to pump, encourages holders, and punishes people who end their stake early.

The claiming period for HEX lasts 50 weeks from the smart contract's start date.

Every 7 days, there is a 2% reduction in what users will receive from the amount of Bitcoin they are claiming with.

In other words, by week 49, new claimers will receive virtually zero HEX and will need to purchase BHX over-the-counter (OTC), or from an exchange if it is listed.

Early claimers can expect to receive 10,000 HEX for 1 BTC and yes, users can have a fraction of a Bitcoin.

If a user claims in the first week you will get a “speed bonus” of 20%.

List of Hex Claim Bonuses for Launch and Stakers

Claim BonusesClaim Phase (First 50 Weeks)
ReferralEarn 20% on anyone that claims using your link.
SpeedEarn 20% bonus if you claim first week. Every week you wait, bonus Reduces by .4%
SillyWhalePenalty1k-10k+ claims pay reduced by 50-75% (Their loss is stakers gain! Paid over 50 weeks)
GoxMeNotMt.Gox and a few other parties are not allowed to claim.
Staking BonusesFirst 50 Weeks. Stakers Only
We're all Satoshi2% Unclaimed coins paid to stakers weekly. Claim 1st week or lose it all over 50 weeks
Critical massIncreases stakers pay by % of coins that claim. If 100% then 100% bonus.
ViralityIncreases stakers pay by % of addresses that claim. If 100% then 100% bonus.
Stake BonusesContinuous. Stakers only.
StakingIf 1% of coins stake, they make 369% interest avg. e.g. If 2% then 184.5%, 10% is 36.9% The less stakers the less the pool gets divided. More stakers, less circulating supply.
LoyalStaker1/2 Emergency End Stake penalties paid to pool. (1/2 weeks committed, minimum 12)
 1/2 Late End Stake penalties paid to pool. (1% of stake per week after 2 week grace)
LongerPaysBetterThe longer you stake, the more you make. ~20% bonus shares every year you commit over 1 week. Works on any length over. So 5 year gets 2x shares that 1 week would.
CompoundingThe interest pool is compounded every week, maximizing your gains.

The fewer coins that are staked on the network, the less everyone can win. It encourages HODLing.

When a staking period ends, you must formally end your stake to take your “shares” (coins).

If you do not formally end the stake, and take the expired shares out of the pool, then “after 2 weeks a 1% per week penalty start accruing.” You must re-stake your coins (shares) to receive interest again.

As mentioned, the explanations on the website are a bit vague, but this is what can be gathered. Stake early, win big. Stake late, then you may as well stay out of the game.

Do not keep your Bitcoin on an exchange to claim Hex.

You will need to claim Hex with and an ethereum wallet. As of now, all Bitcoin addresses should be eligible including those that start with 1 or 3.

In other words, you have to publicly show a snapshot of your Bitcoin holdings (UTXO), which some view as a personal security threat.

For non-technical folks, to claim coins you will need to use a ‘claiming tool' which HEX will provide.

This tool cannot be downloaded and must be used online.

They boast offering a robust claiming tool which can claim from multiple addresses at once. We shall see how good it really is.  

Which Wallets Can I Use?

Claiming HEX has apparently been tested with Electrum, Coinomi, Bitcoin Core, Mycelium, Bither, Bitcoin Knots, Armory, Trezor, Ledger Nano S, KeepKey, and Trezor through Electrum (for bc1). Electrum, Coinomi, Ledger, and Trezor are recommended by Richard.

As of now, they do not have their own wallet released.

Should I Claim HEX?

If you have Bitcoin in a wallet ready to go, then yes. You have nothing to lose!

But you better hurry, as the longer you wait, the less HEX you will receive.

The coins could become absolutely worthless, but if you already hold BTC, then you might as well claim unless there is some sort of privacy concern you may have.

We do not recommend selling altcoins, cutting losses, or rebalancing your portfolio in any way, unless you genuinely believe in Richard's project.

Simply keep an eye out for the exact date to start claiming, and have fun with it.

All in all, HEX is not a scam because users do not need to invest in anything and there are no promised returns.

It is simply an ERC-20 token that allows trustless interest.

As the launch of the project comes closer we hope to see some more explanations and examples of how bonuses function, but for now, it seems like a fun project to take part in.

It's “free” money, and a great opportunity to get in early without much risk.

Will Everyone Dump Hex?

Ultimately it is unknown what will happen until the currency gains some value over time. However, this particular coin is setup specifically to reward hodlers (holders).

In fact, because it operates like a bank CD, you will gain more if you stake your coins and do not dump. There are penalties built in for people that dump or sell before their staking period is up.

Check back to this post for updates on how to claim, coin airdrop or release dates, and other ongoing updates. We will eventually know if this is potentially a “hexit” scam.

The best way to learn? Take the time to watch videos like this, that go VERY in-depth on the game theory, technology, and thinking behind the project.

Richard Heart Fielding Questions

Watch out for that “silly whale” penalty!

How to Claim Hex Tokens

  1. Gather up all of your Bitcoin addresses and visit the claim tool.
  2. The claim tool will be live on hex.com. Using Metamask, connect your Ethereum address to the tool.
  3. The claim tool will provide you with a sign statement request. Log into your Bitcoin wallet and paste this message into the verification area. This can be done on many hardware such as Trezor, or desktop wallets such as Electrum.
  4. That's it. Your Hex coins will be airdropped to your Ethereum address as an ERC-20 token.


Is ETH Being Recycled in the HEX Adoption Amplifier?

During winter 2020, it was discovered that ETH seems to be recycled through the adoption amplifier. Some argue that this is to keep the price steady compared to Uniswap.

Uniswap allows you to swap ETH or any ERC-20 token for HEX, and it feels like this tool was not known to Richard Heart when he created the AA lobby.

Do your own research, but the recycling does appear to be happening.

Additional reading: Richard Heart Hex Coin — Launch, Airdrop, How to Claim or Buy, Scam, Snapshot, Cryptocurrency Release Date

Richard Heart Launches Hex Crypto – First Blockchain CD

A new competitor token has launched that is similar to HEX, and is an ERC-20 token on Ethereum. It is called Wise Token, and you can read about it here:

Wise Token Crypto Defi Staking Project Explained — ICO, Launch, Reservations, Uniswap Liquidity, Scam

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    • Appreciate the comment – we’re updating it week by week as this project is changing rapidly. We are piped into the Telegram group and also following each YouTube video. We’ll try to get all of the fine details laid out on this post as time goes on.

  1. Didnt He Plan to sell The “whale stock” now? which is kind of a very different approach and smells more like a typical ICO scam.

    • Hey Brutus – not sure what you mean by “whale stock.” The coin is free to Bitcoin hodlers, so you can’t really be scammed on something airdropped to you. The Telegram is the most active and collaborative channel I have seen for any crypto project, with near full transparency on the entire project.

      Who knows what will happen, but right now I put it at like less than 5% chance there is any scamminess here whatsoever.

  2. Nice and fair review.
    I think this token does what it promises well by acting as a high interest certificate of deposit. On the other hand, it seems to me a very vague project, with a very mediocre utility. It is a token that promises great interests to its holders, there is no collaboration with other projects, it does not solve any real problem, it is nothing revolutionary. It’s just a project of “faith”, hopefully making some pennies worth of it. There are other projects that allow you to do Staking and on top of that they have real utility, they solve problems, they offer real and tangible solutions.

    • Why does it need collaboration with other projects? The “utility” is saving and preservation of value, instead of trading and getting rekt. Other projects do “staking” but they don’t have the HEX shares system, which is the key. We’ll see what happens, but as of right now HEX seems fine.


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