The post explains that HEX is an Ethereum-based smart contract that enriches HEX token stakers with interest paid in the same token. The platform seeks to pay out tokens to holders and not just miners.
Bitcoin.com suggests in its tweet that it’s aware of the controversy and decided to list the token, “giving anyone who wants to trade it a secure venue to do so.”
Reactions to Bitcoin.com’s listing have not been favourable as the crypto community is still expressing surprise and shock, at the listing. With repeated cases of crypto scams, the fact that people are a bit hesitant is unsurprising.