While I appreciate the sharing of charts, using the log scaling for one and linear for the other feels visually deceptive. In September 2021 HEX peaked then money started leaving HEX which is currently down over 92%; and went into Bitcoin which peaked in October, but bitcoin is now down over 72%; then money moved into Ethereum which peaked in November and is now down over 68%. I checked a few others which were also down around 60-65%. So HEX was hit a lot harder which some will read as either "a great time to buy more" or as proof that it was a pump and dump scheme.
The 'great time to buy' chant makes me laugh, as it was a great time to buy when it dropped from $0.45 to .30, then at .20, then at .15, then at .10, then at .05... Maybe now that it's been stable at around .03-.05 for a while a person could convince themself to buy more. But as mentioned before all crypto currency depends on taking money from others if you ever plan for it to be worth more than you paid for it, very much like a pyramid or ponzi scheme. Since the money isn't backing something of actual value the way say a stock does for a company, the only way to make money is buy taking it from others.
Edit: what is that HEX X chart supposed to be showing?