Sleuth Accuses Ethereum Co-Founder of Encouraging Fraudulent Acts
Mr. Huber, an acclaimed Sleuth on X (formerly Twitter), has accused Joseph Lubin, co-founder of Ethereum, of encouraging fraud. Read more....
- Mr. Huber accuses Joseph Lubin, co-founder of Ethereum, of encouraging fraud by asking Ethereum investors to create multiple pseudonymous identities.
- Lubin's statement was captured in an audio clip where he suggests that investors can disguise themselves by using different identities to avoid scaring the public.
- Christoph Jentzsch, a former Ethereum developer, defends Lubin by stating that adopting multiple identities is a basic functionality in the crypto space.
- Jentzsch argues that owning multiple accounts with different identities is not an issue because Ethereum was sold as a commodity, not a security.
- Mr. Huber's accusation sparks a debate among crypto users regarding the proper classification of Ethereum, with some suggesting it should be classified as a security.
The article presents contrasting viewpoints regarding Joseph Lubin's statement about creating multiple identities for Ethereum investors. Mr. Huber accuses Lubin of encouraging fraud, while Christoph Jentzsch defends Lubin's statement as a basic functionality in the crypto space. The sentiment is mixed, with Mr. Huber expressing a negative sentiment and Jentzsch providing a more positive perspective.