I bought this program.TLDR: I wouldn’t call it an outright scam, but it’s probably not what you are expecting.I subscribed to the Altucher Report newsletter/Cryptocurrency Masterclass after receiving an email from Robert Kyosaki (Rich Dad Poor Dad guy) promoting this program and then another similar email from another person whose email list I am subscribed to. So right off the bat, I knew this was some kind of affiliate marketing program.James Altucher has a pretty interesting background and has published many books. He is also a master Internet Marketer. His marketing emails are clearly written by a skilled copywriter and definately do their job of sucking you in. He is also quite convincing in the video marketing he has done.I bought into this because I, probably like you, was interested in what he had to say about the cutting edge of cryptocurrency. So I paid the annual $50 fee for a year subscription to the Altucher Report, a monthly newsletter, and the Cryptocurrency Masterclass which is a series of six videos.After signing up, you will receive a series of emails explaining how to get the most our of your subscription. You will also get access to all of the back issues of it. You will receive access to several of his “reports” and a free book about cryptocurrency that was actually quite good for a beginner.I found the newsletters to be filled with a bunch of extraneous business material and pretty light on crypto information. This information may prove useful to some, but it was not what I was looking for. I wanted detailed coin analysis and picks. So that was a bit of a disappointment.Shortly after, I received another email for a free webinar called the 100,000% Crypto Secret. So I figured I’d check it out. Now having done a bit of Internet Marketing myself, I knew that free webinars are generally a lead magnet to a larger more expensive product. I was not wrong.After signing up, I received a series of 5 emails, 1 per day, leading up to the webinar. While there is some decent beginner level information in the webinar, it’s pretty light on real, actionable info. It was pretty vague without a lot of substance. This is, of course, because it is basically a sales pitch to another Altucher product called The Crypto Trader that you can purchase at the end of the webinar for the small sum of $4,000 (you get a $1,000 discount for signing up early bringing it to $3,000.)If you know anything about internet marketing, this marketing system is called a “funnel” and he has built quite a good one. For reference, I am attaching an image that I got from another Quora poster that shows how a sales funnel works.Clearly, I did not purchase the $3,000 program but I expect that if I did, I would eventually be pitched on a much higher priced product maybe somewhere in the $15,000 range.In the end, I requested a refund of my $50 which was granted easily. But through it all, there was not a single coin recommendation or analysis.Again, there is some good information in here for total beginners, but if you are looking for specific coin trading recommendations, either look elsewhere or prepare to pay up.