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XRP and Ripple community is manipulating Twitter for promoting Ripple, says Dogecoin creator

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Lost for words...


“If you look at some of the people that are on the community team for Ripple, for instance, if you look at the Twitter presence, it’s absolutely off the charts in terms of how much they’re manipulating Twitter as a medium for promoting Ripple whether that’s them, or if they’ll claim that they don’t own the bot networks. But sure, it’s just, it’s very interesting to watch. And, and I feel like Ripple is kind of like, just like InitiativeQ without referral codes in a way.”

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Akash Girimath

Akash is your usual Mechie with an unusual interest in cryptos and day trading, ergo, a full-time journalist at AMBCrypto. Holds XRP due to peer pressure but otherwise found day trading with what little capital that he owns.

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Jackson took XRP off http://arewedecentralisedyet.com because he couldn't handle "dealing with the Ripple community".


There was a PR open, to correct the figures for XRP, which he never merged, having requested such PR's:


Seems like a petty dude.

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6 hours ago, rootvegetable said:

This was form Laura Shin's podcast. If you feel the need to listen to it you will see how ridiculous it is, and how low the quality of journalism is. The guy Jackson Palmer was using as a source is a notorious foul mouthed twitter troll.


laura shin reports what she wants; highly opinionated.

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