Ben Armstrong of YouTube, named after BitBoy on the social platform, clarified her anti XRP views in 2019. An old video of Armstrong was introduced again on Twitter to find out whether he still believes that XRP community is a fantasy.
A Twitter account named XRP Diamondhnd shared an old video and asked BitBoy:
YouTube accepted the fact that he could not believe XRP for a time, but as time went by, people and his consciousness changed.
When replying to this tweet, BitBoy added:
I firmly believe that this is also September 2019, and the video is still playing on my channel. I hate $XRP. I love every meme. The truth is that people can get new data and then change their ideas. I like it very much because it shows that my encryption is perfect
In addition, BitBoy clarified that XRP has been successfully improved in the past few years, which changed his firm belief.
It is worth noting that Armstrong has always made controversial suggestions on Altcoin and its role. Earlier this week, when all encrypted cells flexibly used the highest value of Dogecoin, BitBoy indicated that he would not buy all Dogecoins. Shortly after the Twitter message was received, the Dogecoin, Elon Elon Musk's favorite coin, soared by nearly 77% in a week
In addition, according to the controversial YouTube prediction analysis earlier that month, the total market value of Cardano will exceed that of Ether. He expressed concern that the sale of ADA in FTX is likely to pose a threat to Smart. This move is likely to represent that FTX may forcibly liquidate all ADA trading positions held by Voyager, the broker of failed cryptoartists.