Joe Rogan is not giving away free money.
That means anyone who visits joerogan.fund and shells out some dough in hopes of doubling their investment can expect to be very disappointed. How anyone got past the scammers shitty sales pitch is beyond me, but as of this writing the crypto-crooks have already racked up $30,944.
Joe Rogan and Ben Shapiro believe that blockchain and bitcoin will make the world more fair. To speed up the process of cryptocurrency mass adoption, We decided to run 5 000 BTC giveaway.
To participate you just need to send from 0.1 BTC to 10 BTC to the contribution address and we will immediately send you back 0.2 BTC to 20 BTC (x2 back) to the address you sent it from.
Sorry, but you also didn’t win an inheritance from South Africa.
The UFC color commentator probably could afford to give away a bunch of free money after scoring a gazillion-dollar deal with Spotify but no, this is just another case of garbage humans taking advantage of trusting, desperate, or downright clueless individuals.
I guess Jon Fitch isn’t the only one “playing around” with cryptocurrency.