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Do I have this right...one guy thinks what another guy said is not true so says no one can trade a censorship-resistant, decentralized digital asset on the first guy's exchange. #crypto #blockchain #veilofdecentralization
— Angela Walch (@angela_walch) April 15, 2019
Here, try this: the CEO of NASDQ does a twitter poll to see if a stock should be delisted and in so doing contributes to it losing 15 percent of its value. Obviously, that wouldn't happen.
This isn't a for or against any brand of crypto message. But c'mon.
— Palley (@stephendpalley) April 16, 2019
Ok... so we've collectively decided that there is a line of fraud and malicious activity which cannot be tolerated. I'm glad we've finally reached that threshold, I was worried there was no end to the depravity this industry was willing to bear
— nic carter (@nic__carter) April 15, 2019
Almost everybody in crypto may be celebrating the delisting, yet from the perspective of institutional investors, the Satoshi squabble and the delisting should make the industry look like a children's playground.
— Alex Krüger (@krugermacro) April 15, 2019
(1/2) Exchanges are not public utilities, they are businesses often run by private owners. If you want a utility, then invest in or use a DEX. Don't complain about the BSV delisting and cite free speech or some other appeal. It doesn't exist with private companies.
— Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles) April 16, 2019
As far as I'm concerned, crypto exchanges are private companies under no obligation to list any particular asset & there's nothing bad about a delisting based on broad social consensus.
Some people complaining today were also calling for delistings of scam ICOs two years ago. 🤷♂️
— Jake Chervinsky (@jchervinsky) April 15, 2019