BitBoy Crypto Calls FTX And Coinbase CEOs “Devils” In His Aggressive YouTube Rant
- BitBoy accused Sam Bankman Fried and Brian Armstrong of using their official Twitter account to permanently destroy the cryptocurrency.
- Ryan Adam, the century lion, claimed that BitBoy did not represent the common people, which caused a fierce roar.
- This encryption influencer often appears in the news with his controversial views
- He once accused former SEC executive director Sperry Singman of corruption
Encryption influencer Ben Armstrong (called BitBoy on social platforms) accused FTX and Coinbase CEOs Sam Bankman Fried and Ben Armstrong of trying to "permanently destroy" encryption
The origin of this controversial explanation can be traced back to the message of Sam Bankman Fried's encryption control proposal. On October 20, FTX CEO released his idea of encryption regulation on Twitter, and attached the current policy specifications for the possibility in this field. The wording of this regulatory measure indicates that the so-called securities encryption property may face delisting from FTX shares. The countermeasures and suggestions are to attach importance to the ban of OFAC. This may not be satisfactory to the community. They have been worried about the ban on sandstorm cash of OFAC. Bankman Fried also proposed that the maximum reward for cockroaches should be 5%.
BitBoy answered this suggestion, calling the FTX CEO a fraud company, and accused him of exerting pressure on Solana. This led to the reply of Ryan Adam behind Bankless, the hot spot communication of blockchain technology current affairs, who accused BitBoy of not being the representative of encrypted streets
Later that day, BitBoy, who gathered millions of fans on the social platform, cursed on the YouTube live broadcast. He continued to call the CEO "the devil", indicating that he was fed up with the enterprise entity line in the encryption field, except for accusing Russell of cheating the encryption community.Money is not that important to Ben Armstrong
In his YouTube stream, the influencer assured his followers that she was actually trying to rescue the cryptocurrency, and money could not encourage him at all
Armstrong also hinted at a law that should be for people and has won sufficient fundsOften in the news
Bitterhound brats often find themselves in opposition. A few weeks ago, the 39 year old crypto influencer came to the news for accusing former SEC executive director Sperry Singman of corruption and bribery
Armstrong replied on Twitter to Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson's accusation of corruption against officials of the American Stock Exchange Association (SEC)
In August 2022, BitBoy made headlines because he withdrew the prosecution against Youtube Atozy. Previously, he had conducted nearly eight months of research on the libel case
In July 2021, YouTube banned Armstrong's channel columns. He described it as "a review mechanism and a crackdown on the unfairness of encryption technology", and urged its followers to share its reports in order to distort the restrictions
Followers gathered behind the famous people, and the help letter also got a wider range of encrypted cells to participate. This led YouTube to revoke its restrictions in less than 12 hours