Behind the encryption company Hyperverse There was a fraud system. The Guardian has now discoveredAlso this CEO Stephen Rees-Lewis It was invented.
Support from Chuck Norris
For the first time, the CEO of the HyperVerse appeared in 2021 YouTube video on me. HyperVerse also invented a suitable resume for its fake boss.
It appears that the man obtained a master's degree from the university Cambridge As an investment banker Goldman Sachs a job. He also successfully founded a startup before being poached by HyperVerse as CEO, the company claimed. The CEO then addressed the crowd with video messages on YouTube and recommended questionable investments.
Reese even had celebrity supporters. Co-founder of Apple Steve Wozniak Actor Chuck Norris spoke out in support of Reese and his company.
300 percent profit
Cryptocurrency company HyperVerse, founded by two Australians, has reported profits of 200% per year, and sometimes 300%. They also offered their own Symbols Called HDAO and HVT. Behind this was a pyramid scheme designed to recruit more and more people.
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Anyone who took a closer look at a cryptocurrency company could notice something was wrong. There was barely any information about HyperVerse. The warning was made early in 2021 British financial regulatory authority FCAThat Hyperverse potentially provides illegal financial services. Other regulatory bodies followed suit.
However, a lot of money continued to flow into the HyperVerse scam machine. US$1.3 billion is said to have flowed into HyperVerse financial products in 2022. The company no longer exists, and the cryptocurrencies it invented are worthless.
Journalists checked the information in the biography
Journalists from The Guardian discovered the lying CEO by checking his information: The UniversitiesIt is assumed that the man studied, and no information was known about him. Even Goldman Sachs had never heard of the man. Only him Social media profile It was on Twitter and was created a month before the first YouTube video.
Journalists were unable to determine the identity of the man who appeared in the video. However, it is very true that this is the case Supporter, encourager, supporter Wozniak and Norris can book to read a flyer for a fee.
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