Here's the SEC Administrative Proceeding document which fines Weiss for over $2 million in 2006. https://www.sec.gov/litigation/admin/2006/ia-2525.pdf
Here's a link to more charges against him by the SEC in 2009 https://www.sec.gov/litigation/admin/2009/34-60125.pdf
And here's a link from the NY Times in 1972, when Weiss was suspended from the SEC at the beginning of his career for committing fraud. http://www.nytimes.com/1972/04/07/archives/investment-adviser-suspended-by-sec.html
You seem to know nothing about Weiss other than he's now suddenly "grading" cryptos. He's been providing his "rating service" for decades, yet nobody on Wall Street seems to care about him... because nobody is familiar with him. We're not talking about Morning Star, or Zacks, or the S&P here.
The grades he issues for cryptos, an area that he or his "partners" have zero expertise on, will be largely ignored by the investment world... as they already ignore him.