FAQ #1 – About Us

 1.  Who is Tai Zen or Leon Fu Dot Com™

Tai is an art teacher and athletic trainer based out of Dallas, Atlanta and San Diego.  Leon is a former senior software engineer based out of Austin.  Both started investing in cryptocurrencies in 2013, found financial freedom, and now they are both retired and no longer work for the “man”.  Their goal is “to give back” to the crypto community and help others find financial freedom by sharing the solid trading and investing skills they learned through “trial and error” instead of a bunch of hype and bullshit.

2.  What’s the best way to get in touch with Tai Zen or Leon Fu Dot Com™

Use the following emails without the asterisks:

3.  Can I give Tai Zen or Leon Fu Dot Com™ my money so they can invest it in crypto for me?

No.  They are not licensed to manage other people’s money in the U.S. and do not want to violate any laws.  You can attend their hands on Cryptocurrency Investing Bootcamp™ and they will show you how to invest in cryptos for yourself using the field tested strategies they have developed and discovered through trial and error.

4.  What’s the best way to follow Tai Zen or Leon Fu Dot Com™?

a) Subscribe to their Cryptocurrency Market Newsletter at:
b) Follow them on Twitter at:  @HeyTaiZen and @LeonCFu

FAQ #2 – Cryptocurrency Investing

(NOTE:  We were NOT PAID by any businesses to list their names here.)

1.  What exchanges are reputable that you guys have personally used & tested to buy or sell bitcoins using fiat currencies such as USD, EUR, JPY, GBP, etc. and you don’t care about privacy? 

♦  www.Coinbase.com
www.CumberlandMining.com (For block trades >$100,000 USD)
www.TradeBlock.com (We use the aggregate BTC price for our block trades)

2.  What exchanges are reputable if you need to buy a small amount of cryptocurrencies and keep it private?  

♦  www.ShapeShift.io
♦  www.Changelly.com

3.  What cryptocurrency desktop wallets do you recommend?

♦   www.Exodus.io
♦  www.Jaxx.io

4.  What cryptocurrency mobile wallets do you recommend?

♦   www.BreadWallet.com
♦  www.Coinbase.com
♦  www.Jaxx.io

5.  What cryptocurrency offline hardware wallets do you recommend?

♦  www.Trezor.io
♦  www.LedgerWallet.com

6.  What exchanges do you use to trade alternative coins (alt coins)?

♦  www.ShapeShift.io
♦  www.Poloniex.com
♦  www.Bittrex.com

7.  What cryptos do you currently have in your portfolio?

We invest in every crypto that we discuss on our YouTube channel except for Onecoin.  Onecoin is a scam so do not invest into it.

FAQ #3 – Initial Coin Offerings (ICO)

1.  Can we come on your YouTube channel to discuss our new ICO with your audience?

Yes, as long as you meet our ICO Review Requirements

a)  Simply copy and paste the following questions below along with your answers and email it to:Tai@Cryptocurrency.Market.

b) We will review it and respond within 48 hrs.  If you do not get a response from us within 48 hrs.  Please email it again in case it ended up in the spam folder and tweet us to let us know to look for it.

2.  Please include the answers for the following questions when you submit your ICO for review on our channel.

1)  What crypto bucket does your project fall in?  Watch this video to learn about crypto buckets.

2)  What is the PROBLEM that your ICO project is trying to solve?

3)  What is the SOLUTION that your ICO project proposes to solve this PROBLEM?

4)  Has someone else tried to solve this PROBLEM already?
If YES,  who else has tried to solve this PROBLEM already?
If NO,  why not?

5)  The majority of software projects currently on the market are  “client/server” based.  Blockchain technologies are based on a  “peer to peer” technology that is not widely known and very difficult to build.  Why does your proposed SOLUTION need a blockchain to solve the PROBLEM?  Why not solve the PROBLEM without using a blockchain because it is much easier to develop?  (NOTE:  Over 95% of the ICO’s we review DO NOT require a blockchain to solve their PROBLEM. )

6)  If you do require blockchain technologies as part of your proposed SOLUTION, why not use available blockchains such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, NXT, ARDR, Bitshares, etc. that’s already been built?  Why build a new blockchain from scratch and not have the security of existing blockchains?

7)  Did you create a technical white paper to explain the PROBLEM you are trying to solve and the technical details of your PROPOSED solution?  If YES, please send us a pdf copy along with your answers.

8)  Who are the members of your team that will be working on this ICO project and how do you know each other?  Please include their names, handles, Twitter, Linkedin profiles, etc.

♦  Summary of their background.
♦  How long have they been involved in crypto?
♦  What makes them qualified to perform their role in the ICO project? ♦  What made you choose this individual for that job over someone else?

9)  What individual or firm will audit and do quality control on the software you plan to develop?

10)  Selling crypto tokens to the public can easily be interpreted as issuing a “security” by regulators such as the Security & Exchange Commission (SEC) in the United States or the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) in the European Union.  What legal steps are you taking to make sure you don’t violate any security laws?  What law firm is giving you counsel in this matter?

11)  How will you raise money to start your ICO project?

♦  Is there a specific amount of money you need to raise or is it  “unlimited”?
♦  How long will the fundraising period last?
♦  What if you don’t reach the minimum fundraising amount?

12)  Will you review our ICO project during the fundraising period?

Most likely NO, because we do not want to be accused of “pumping” your ICO.  We believe that you should raise money for your project based on your merit and not rely on us to do it for you.

NOTE:  Please keep in mind that our Chief Technology Officer, Leon Fu Dot Com™ & the other senior software engineers on our team who will be reviewing your ICO proposal normally earn between $150,000 – $200,000 USD/year to develop software for Fortune 500 companies and will be able to quickly determine if blockchain technologies is even needed as part of your SOLUTION to the PROBLEM you are trying to solve.

If you already know inside your heart that blockchains are NOT NEEDED as part of your solution and you just want to do an ICO just to raise money to start your business, then we respectfully request that you do not submit your ICO project for review because we will probably not review it for our audience.

FAQ #4 – Commenting & Trolling

1.   Can we comment and troll on your channel?

Yes .  In America we believe in human right to free speech which means you should be able to express your ideas, thoughts, opinions, beliefs, etc. without fear that someone will physically or mentally attack you or censor you, therefore, we do our best to avoid censoring anyone on our channel even if we personally do NOT like you.  We believe in the human right to free speech so we do our best to practice our beliefs.

2.  What types of comments or trolling behavior is okay?

All forms of comments and trolling are welcomed except for personal attacks using abusive profanity against a specific channel staff or subscriber.  For example:

Comment #1 = “XYZ coin is a shitcoin and you shouldn’t talk about it!” (okay)
Comment #2 = “You’re a piece of shit for talking about XYZ coin!” (not okay)

The first comment is tolerated because it is your personal opinion of the coin.  The second comment is NOT tolerated because you are specifically “attacking” another person and we do not tolerate attacks from anyone against another person.

3.  Do you welcome constructive criticism?

Absolutely yes!  We are always looking to create a better channel for cryptocurrency investors.  Please be careful and do NOT confuse your “personal opinions” with “positive constructive criticism”.   For example, telling us we are “boring” is not constructive criticism.  It’s your personal opinion and you’re 100% entitled to it but don’t expect us to make changes based on your personal opinions.

Examples of Personal Opinions:

1. You’re ugly.
2. You’re stupid.
3. You’re awesome!
4. You’re boring.
5. I love you!

Examples of Constructive Criticism:\

1. The mic you are using is picking up a lot of background noise, you should try mic xyz because it’s designed to eliminate background noise and this will help your viewers understand you more clearly.
2. You need to increase the brightness setting on your video camera so half your face is not in the dark.
3. You said it was xyz but their website indicates its abc.
4. Your math was not accurate, instead of 80% it should have been 90%. Please double check your math.
5. You should use xyz service to translate your videos into xyz language because there is a huge demand for crypto info in that country.

You see the difference? Constructive criticism is something we can go use and implement to make the channel content better. In Texas, we say that “opinions are like assholes, everyone has one and its usually full of shit!”.

We encourage you to help make a difference to our channel with your constructive criticism but not your personal opinions.

FAQ #5 – Cryptocurrency Investing Bootcamp™ Security

NOTICE:  The guidelines we set forth here will seem harsh and drastic from a “social” perspective but we need to do everything we can to ensure the safety and security of our bootcamp attendees while providing the best learning experience possible.

1.  Why are you sending the Dell laptops and hardware wallets to our house?  Can’t we pick it up at the bootcamp?

We prefer to ship the laptops and hardware wallets to you directly from the manufacturer so you  know that no one has tampered with the laptop or hardware wallet.  In special circumstances where we can not ship the laptop or hardware to you directly due to customs issues then we will call you to make special arrangements individually.

2.  Can you recommend another bootcamp attendee who would like to be a roommate and split the hotel cost?

No! We do  NOT recommend sharing a hotel room with another bootcamp attendee for security reasons because you do not know the attendee or their computer skills.  What if you share rooms with them and they steal your laptop or hardware wallet or passwords to your crypto accounts?  The few hundred dollars you save in hotel is not worth the security risk. Therefore, we do not recommend you try to share hotel rooms with another bootcamp attendee that you don’t know.

3.  Can we bring our personal laptops and hardware wallets?

No!  You are only allowed to bring the Dell laptop we sent you.  We do not want to be liable for anyone losing their bitcoins or cryptos and blame it on us at the bootcamp.  During the bootcamp you will not be allowed to trade your own cryptos in your own accounts for security and compliance reasons.  You will only be allowed to trade on the accounts provided by Tai Zen & Leon Fu Dot Com™.

4.  Can we hang out with other bootcamp attendees for dinner and a drink at the end of the bootcamp?

Yes, but we do not recommend it for security reasons.  We want to remind you that you are here to learn how to make Life Changing Money™ at the bootcamp and that you are not here to make friends or find a drinking buddy.  You do not know the other person.  If you have a 7 or 8 figure portfolio, do you want that to be known?

5.  Is it okay to share investing ideas and strategies and collaborate with other bootcamp attendees?

We do NOT recommend it for several reasons:

1.  Keep in mind that you originally invested in us to share with you what we know about crypto investing.  You did not invest in the other attendees because if they already know how to invest in cryptos successfully they would not be at the bootcamp.

2.  Our team members have a professional trading background in the traditional stocks, futures, forex and options market already long before cryptos came along and we have over a decade of teaching and coaching experience to help new traders and investors become successful.  Therefore, you want to take advantage of that.

3.   You are getting coached for approximately 1 year after the bootcamp to make sure that you are implementing everything you learned at the bootcamp correctly.  You do not want to deviate and reinvent the wheel after you leave the bootcamp.  If you have questions or need help or confused about anything, we invite you to reach out to us and not another bootcamp attendee because they did not develop the strategies and methods we showed you at the bootcamp.