Crypto Brahma Vows to Return ‘Moon Club’ Investor’s Funds By Year’s End, Discards Exit Scam Accusation
There were rumors going around that Crypto Brahma has stolen his investor’s money in some sort of an exit scam. However, he wrote a confession letter to his investors admitting foul play in his investment strategies and assured them that they will have their money back by the end of the year.
Discord Deleted. TG Deleted. Twitter Deleted. Crypto Brahma leverage traded some pool funds for Elrond and got Rekt. #Crypto_Brahma
See you in 5 months he says LOL. pic.twitter.com/E2A0vBo41E
— The CryptoArnie (@The_CryptoArnie) April 30, 2019
Crypto Brahma got famous in the crypto twitter community by being one of the first to publicly call the altcoin Raiblocks (now called NANO). During the same period, Brahma also called #BLUE which gave a 10.000% return in USD. He also runs a paid group, called Moon Club. This is where he shares his signals/gems first. This group has a waiting list. He only allows 35 members each month. If too many people get in, it will become a pump and dump, according to him.
He has liquidated 1700 ETH and deleted his Twitter, Discord, and Telegram. Although he promised in his E-mail that his investors are going to get their money back with interest. The only active account that he has is his TradingView as he was seen online there frequently.
Many are blaming the investors who were lured by Brahma. One Reddit user says:
“Not to be that guy, but if you trust an anonymous person on Twitter to handle your money. You deserve to lose it.”
We can see that Brahma’s activity will be a short spell. He has proven time and time again that he is a man of failed promises. It is extremely hard for people who are into reckless trading to change themselves. Crypto Brahma is clearly not an altcoin trader. He is an investor and you can’t expect to get a call to make short term gains. He is also a very poor communicator and arrogant in real life.