Digibyte Founder Continues Crusade Against Exchanges, Claims They Are Corrupt

ared Tate, the founder of Digibyte, had some harsh words for cryptocurrency exchanges recently. He claims they are counter to what Satoshi Nakamoto would have wanted.

Jared Tate has been embroiled in a controversy that has left many in the cryptocurrency community divided. Recently, BeInCrypto reported, Tate publically said that Binance and Tron’s founder, Justin Sun, were “crooks.” Moreover, he said they were operating on borrowed time. In response to the drama, Poloniex decided to unilaterally delist Digibyte (DGB) from its exchange entirely.

Digibyte has a long history of picking fights with Binance. In September, Tate claimed that he was ‘shaken down’ by Binance for a listing. He alleges that the exchange requested $300,000 plus 3% of Digibyte’s entire supply. Tate obviously declined and voiced his outrage on Twitter which started the controversy.

However, new comments by Tate (@jaredctate) is adding more fuel to the fire. He recently took to Twitter to argue that exchanges were distorting the market with their greed and corruption. Moreover, he claims this was against Satoshi Nakamoto’s original vision. Read More...


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