This is disappointing to see from people I know & trust. While some would've been doing it as a laugh, others were malicious & looking to profit whether they'll admit it or not.
— Alex Saunders 🇦🇺👨🔬 (@AlexSaundersAU) September 22, 2020
FEW understand this
It started when I invited a few people to join an experiment.
Get some of the industry’s smartest people together, equally distribute tokens and see what happens.
The telegram chat was called “The Experiment”. pic.twitter.com/37sWGATQ6j
— Sam Ratnakar 💡🍍 (@mrdotboson) September 22, 2020
A backlash on Twitter
Okay seeing push back on $FEW, I totally understand.
I don't even know what's going on myself
There is no liquidity. No one was harmed.
This is *a joke* unless a real product is made, just like $MEME
If nothing happens, so be it.
I can't control this, nor started this thing.
— Alex Masmej ☄️ (@AlexMasmej) September 22, 2020
2/ First, a recap on what happened with the FEW token.
I woke up to a flurry of messages on Telegram from a group that I was invited to. I signed up on a form for an airdrop with my public ENS (sassal.eth), made an obviously regretful comment (+ tweet), then muted the chat.
— Anthony Sassano | sassal.eth ⛽ 🏴 (@sassal0x) September 23, 2020