NOTE: This is a lengthy article, but will cover many of the slander attempts, accusations, and lies being spread about me by maximalist scammers. I highly recommend that everyone reads this and shares it online. Full transparency is so important in this space, which is why I’ve decided to write this.
Bitcoin Maximalists are self-proclaimed “BTC supporters” who carry extremist views, and disregard all other opinions, thoughts, or ideas. The reason I say ‘self-proclaimed’ is because, at the core, these individuals stand for censorship, hate, greed, and manipulation, everything Satoshi Nakamoto designed Bitcoin to counter in the traditional financial markets.
For the record, when I say Bitcoin maximalists, I’m not referring to all bulls. Most of my followers are bullish, and my respect isn’t at all dependant on someone’s sentiments on the market. No one, including myself, is ever 100% right. This is why I always encourage hearing both sides.
When I first started Investing in Crypto in 2013, I was extremely bullish and optimistic about Bitcoin’s long-term growth. During those years, I received almost no criticism from the BTC community.
As the prices grew rapidly, the greed and flawed personality traits of many community members became more transparent. The parasitic cult and group-think mentality grew almost as fast as Bitcoin, which made me seriously concerned about the path it was heading. After finally changing my long-term sentiment to bearish after several long years, I discovered a strong and abhorrent resistance from many hardcore Bitcoin maximalists.
Over the last several months, I’ve received lots of hate online through various slander attempts, misleading claims, fake photoshopped tweets, and flat-out conspiracy theories with absolutely no substance. While I personally take no offense to any of it and find it pretty hilarious, I’ve always been an advocate for the truth, hence why I’m writing this article, to debunk all of the lies.
Bitcoin Maximalists Love Fake Stuff.
Everything about a Bitcoin maximalist is fake.
They’re in love with their fake fiat counterfeit scam (Tether) which props up Bitcoin, are always pushing fake rumors about their critics, and promoting fake news whenever they want the markets to flip green.
Bitcoin Magazine News: Manipulative + Fake News
One prominent example of fake news is Bitcoin magazine. Here I will highlight the tiny deceptive tactics that are often overlooked, and aimed at deceiving the public, in order to pump their bags (and eventually dump them on late retail)
This verified “Bitcoin news source” shared a picture of a Bitcoin clothing store in Barcelona, Spain, then tried claiming it was located in El Salvador. They wanted viewers to think Bitcoin adoption was flourishing and being accepted in El Salvador, despite the complete opposite happening.