He owns alot of Ethereum. You mentioned awhile back that he is a good/serious person because he had his Hex locked. But Hex is not what he wants, it is unlocked Ethereum that has large value.
When projects promises large gains then the alarm goes of in my head, and then interest on some token created out of nothing, second alarm.
“While it’s creator, Richard Heart, promotes the token as being “designed to increase in value faster than anything else in history”, and “do over 10,000x returns in under 2.5 years”,”
“Not only will Richard control close to half of all HEX after the first year, but it is the first token I have seen to have its founder’s perpetual self-enrichment baked into the protocol.”
“HEX is currently at the beginning of its year-long initial launch phase, after which virtually all of the HEX that will ever exist will have been distributed. During this period participants can obtain HEX in two ways: they can purchase HEX by sending their Ethereum to something called the “Adoption Amplifier”, which functions as a recurring daily auction, or they can claim HEX for free by holding Bitcoin at a rate of 10,000 HEX per BTC.”
“When it comes to the Adoption Amplifier, Richard is careful to avoid saying that you are purchasing HEX for Ethereum. As he terms it, you are “donating” your Ethereum which is then being “transformed” into HEX. To cut through the confusion this language might cause, what is actually happening is that the ETH is not really being “transformed” in any meaningful sense. It still exists, it just doesn’t belong to you anymore, it belongs to Richard. What you have instead is some token that Richard created, and his promise that it will make you massively wealthy. Within the first 24 hours of launch over $3 million in Ethereum has already been sent to the Adoption Amplifier. And given that this auction resets everyday for the first 352 days, it seems likely that Richard will make well in excess of $100 million in Ethereum alone.”
"In addition to the Ethereum he receives through the Adoption Amplifier, Richard designed HEX to give himself ownership of almost half of the coins through something called “The Origin Address”. If you go to Hex’s website, however, you will not find any mention of this. Not on the home page or in the FAQ section. I encourage you to do a keyword search to test this for yourself. What you will see are a dizzying list of bonuses you can earn as an early staker of HEX, and promises of massive future returns, but no mention of the Origin Address, its implications, or the fact that Richard owns it.
To even discover it exists you would need to go to hex.win (Richard’s official Hex Website), click on the tab labelled “Tech Specs”"
Hex.win have since then been removed and is now redirected to Hex.com