“Free Money Guy” Matthew Lesko Says Crypto Are Gamble, Scam

Matthew Lesko, the US author who made himself a name in the 90s writing books on how to get

free money

from the United States government, claimed that cryptocurrencies are a scam and Bitcoin is a

gamble,

talking to CNET in an interview on Feb. 20.

Lesko, who runs his own website, YouTube channel and various podcasts, all dedicated to to the topic of obtaining federal grants from the US government, says that

many people are interested

in Blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Lesko recommended these people to

stay away

from digital currencies unless they

have money to lose.

The

free money guy

elaborated:

You're playing with sharks right now. This is the beginning of something, [and] no one knows where it's going.

Lesko argues that cryptocurrencies are actually a

scam

, since they are not backed by anything and are not regulated, unlike the US dollar. He believes that

if there's no regulation, you get screwed.

In 2004 the New York State Consumer Protection Board criticized Lesko's commercials and books, stating that many of his readers did not get the "free money" he promised. According to Lesko himself, Blockchain experts today implement the same

exaggerations

he used in his 90s

free-money

infomercials.

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