In May (6 months ago), using simple human intelligence and logic, we predicted that Watstock and Hotstock, two apps being introduced to the market by the infamous Carl Freer, would prove to be yet another scam perpetrated by him against his new investors. How could we be so deadly accurate with our prediction?
The standard Carl Freer formula was executed – ingratiating himself with the big names in the field to gain credibility by association, articles in the media, paid for blogging, glossy business plan, quick trips to Amilla Fushi in the Maldives to part the rich and famous from their money while they are under the false illusion that they are immune from evil while relaxing in paradise, a pack of lies to ‘dis-prove’ all the negative exposure of his scams on the internet – it is that simple and that easy.
More paid for glossy drivel from Carl Freer to impress the gullible
The investments came rolling in, and Carl Freer continued rolling out the winning strategy. As with every one of his scams, Carl Freer announces it as “The World’s First . . .” (this time an app that uses artificial intelligence to predict the market over a 10 day period) and sets “The Countdown Clock” – for 70 days and counting to the launch of this phenomenal moneymaking app.
More excitement is produced – more investment is made prior to launch date – in the last 10 days Carl Freer is jumping in and out of meetings telling everybody who would listen that this app will change the world as we know it – it predicts the market with 85% accuracy. Artificial Intelligence, Mass Data Management, Predictive Analysis and Outcome Bias are the trigger words – the 70 day frenzy rolled towards its launch date and then – a day before launch – Watstock changes to Hotstock and a new Countdown Timer starts ticking away.
Watstock is abandoned – the website says it is on its way on 1 October 2017. Well that was 54 days ago – and where is Carl Freer?
He is working on his new project. The “World’s First” crypto currency which uses artificial intelligence.
Ravi Menon, managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, says he wants to use a “regulatory sandbox” approach as a testing ground for ICOs. Coin offerings use cryptocurrencies to raise funds for valuable fintech projects. Carl Freer’s new project wants to be in that sandbox so it can attract more money from investors in as little as half an hour by using blockchain technology.
Ravi Menon you are about to be tested.
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