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Cointelegraph has always had a bias against Bitcoin, and recently, I can only infer that they weren’t too happy with some of the comments on their platform calling them out on the flimsy articles they were posting. They would perpetually provide a platform for the most idiotic pencil pushers, and I’ll provide an EXAMPLE.

All the comments are gone on this post now: https://cointelegraph.com/news/equity-fund-ceo-recommends-to-steer-clear-of-crypto-advises-to-focus-on-basic-goods

However, at one point, I had posted:

“VISWANATHAN SHANKAR IS A TAX COLLECTOR. He sat on the board of The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore.

https://www.iras.gov.sg/IRASHome/uploadedfiles/IRASHOME/Publications/About%20Us(2).pdf

I never understand why Cointelegraph reports on stuff like this. Who cares? How is this relevant? Saudi Arabia, UAE and Egypt – WOW talk about money laundering and unethical brutality. Why does Cointelegraph give a platform to this trash? If you want to invest in the developing world, there are way better places than those. I get it, Jesus ate with the tax collectors, but a brainwashed moron like this, is it any wonder why he says this kind of stuff?”

That EXPOSED the fact that they are giving a platform to the most imbecilic, far orbiting, vaguely related people in the space. They are supporting an INSTITUTIONAL agenda, and spreading the message of COMPLIANCE in an Orwellian manner. Coin Telegraph should be called out on their B.S. What do they do when they get called out? BLOCK COMMENTS. Comments are no longer available on Cointelegraph.com, but it’s not because they were flooded with them – no way, by no means, they might have gotten 10 comments at a time or so. It wasn’t anything over the top.

Also, Cointelegraph always takes the most OBTUSE perspectives on issues, and here’s another EXAMPLE:

https://cointelegraph.com/news/us-regulators-approach-to-crypto-is-obstructing-innovation-ex-congressman

“US citizens’ failure to take them to court is obstructing freedom. Who has money to prosecute the government’s obtuse perspectives and ignorance of the constitution, which protects freedom of speech, data publication? which is really what bitcoin is – freedom of speech. Right to use money to support a cause also has protection under the first amendment, as well as arguments of restraint of trade. When will the community get its act together and spend some of the 120 billion dollars of valuation on an effort to assert our rights in court?!”

They also love to quote Nouriel Roubini, who is a clear shill for the big banks. In short – COINTELEGRAPH does not stand for Bitcoin or the movement behind cryptocurrency, but rather has a pro-regulation, pro-big government agenda subtly built into their commentary as a bias.

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Poder Requohem 21 days ago
Wow, your scam organization totally ignored Augur, which is at the crux of this most recent dip. Augur is up 120% over the past few weeks, but no mention. Huh, I wonder why? Maybe because they will replace the entire derivatives mechanism for all bets placed on all commodities, meaning $500 Trillion could move into crypto.

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Poder Requohem a month ago
US citizens’ failure to take them to court is obstructing freedom. Who has money to prosecute the government’s obtuse perspectives and ignorance of the constitution, which protects freedom of speech, data publication? which is really what bitcoin is – freedom of speech. Right to use money to support a cause also has protection under the first amendment, as well as arguments of restraint of trade. When will the community get its act together and spend some of the 120 billion dollars of valuation on an effort to assert our rights in court?!

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Poder Requohem a month ago
Cointelegraph really outdoes themselves as a shill for the bankers. FRONT PAGE for the weekend! Really? Wow. What a bunch of traitors. They don’t have crypto interest at heart. They think we give a fuck about the Fed. FED UP!

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Poder Requohem george_M a month ago
Dear George,

I hope all is well. I think that if the SEC allowed a Bitcoin ETF, it would make it on the open stock exchange, which would mean that hedgefunds and other institutions would be able to buy it as an investment, which would mean that it would be subject to BORROWING. People could literally borrow money to buy the ETF with the risk being this: https://www.investopedia.co… So, I don’t think the Fed would like that much.

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Poder Requohem george_M a month ago
Was mulling it over, George, and I think the best way to do a Bitcoin ETF is to establish custody and never allow movement of the funds, but instead create a tether token that’s pegged to the bitcoin, which is then permitted to trade and be relinquished as a private, non custodial, non decentralized Blockchain. Take a look at the Bit 10. https://www.google.com/amp/…

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Poder Requohem george_M a month ago
That’s fine, George, and I get it. I really do. However, my concern is the custodians themselves. Someone somewhere had to make the wallets. What’s to stop them from absconding with the coins of the ETF? If I were a regulator, I’d demand that there be a 3 of 5 custodian arrangement where it takes three people to move the coins. Where are the codes stored? In a vault, I assume, but then anyone actually hoping to withdraw coins would have to go through a major ordeal, and then the three of five custodians would have to get together each time they want to move the coins. Is this feasible? What are the requirements to be a custodian?

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Poder Requohem Poder Requohem a month ago
And by the way, Bitcoin will still surpass any valuation of gold. It should eventually be about 3x the value of the bond market, with cryptocurrency at around 6x the valuation of the bond market.

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Poder Requohem a month ago
OK, Look, here are the reasons why you’ll never get a bitcoin ETF, and you SHOULDN’T.

1) Bitcoin is overly fungible. It’s like bearer bonds on steroids. Once it has moved, it’s gone. There are multi-signature wallets, of course, but still, the whole concept that something can move digitally and be gone for good and never show up again should scare the shit out of regulators who are accountable to ignorant investors.

2) People should hold their own Bitcoin and crypto, and that is because it prevents exchanges from fractional reserve. Period. Put your coin in your own wallet. If you don’t feel comfortable holding that much money in a single place, then good, because that’s why this form of money is DECENTRALIZED. Decentralized in format —- AND in distribution of VALUE!

3) If an ETF got approved, then fiat currency valuations would flow into Bitcoin holdings, and that would be really bad for the global economy.

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Poder Requohem a month ago
If you are banned on coinbase, raise your hand. Glad to see we have so many prosperous bitcoiners in the room this evening.

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Poder Requohem a month ago
VISWANATHAN SHANKAR IS A TAX COLLECTOR. He sat on the board of The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore.

https://www.iras.gov.sg/IRA…

I never understand why Cointelegraph reports on stuff like this. Who cares? How is this relevant? Saudi Arabia, UAE and Egypt – WOW talk about money laundering and unethical brutality. Why does Cointelegraph give a platform to this trash? If you want to invest in the developing world, there are way better places than those. I get it, Jesus ate with the tax collectors, but a brainwashed moron like this, is it any wonder why he says this kind of stuff?

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Poder Requohem a month ago
Yeh, yeh, it’s easy to say it’s in this channel or in that channel, but what about the bigger factors like who wants to be a government slave, or why do corporations control everything? Don’t you think the 1% controlling 95% or more of the wealth is a problem? Don’t you think the price has shown rather tough resistance to thus far to efforts to force sellers? This is a real revolution – not for the light hearted or a bunch of pansies in suits who run for the first dollar. This is our lives at stake here. We will revolt and disobey the global hegemonies. We will take back the planet that is rightfully ours and the destiny of our children’s children to travel the stars.

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Poder Requohem 4 months ago
People who want to effect this world say something.
People who wish they could leave the world alone say nothing.
People who wish they could make a better world and be left alone like the world they wish would be buy bitcoin.

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Poder Requohem 4 months ago
Nouriel Roubini is a classic Zionist whose agenda is clearly to see Bitcoin fail, because Bitcoin opposes the global monetary cabal., and he is a faithful employee. The Cabal depends on free flowing money from WASHINGTON to ISRAEL in order to pay for, “defense,” AKA, “war,” that supports the Zionist agenda. Roubini believe his words effect reality, but we have our words, but I wouldn’t be surprised if this comment is banned by cointelegraph, as all the bitcoin news outfits have recently turned against the cryptocurrencies. At least I’m trying to say something in opposition to his perspective. Why does this man get the time of day from the crypto currency community? He is a stooge for the world banks.

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