//Unpopular Opinion: I think this reddit page is very unhealthy for newcomers and uneducated investors

Unpopular Opinion: I think this reddit page is very unhealthy for newcomers and uneducated investors

I’ve been pretty active on this reddit as far as reading articles and updates for different cryptos is concerned. I’m not huge on commenting, but I check this page and read all the posts almost everyday. To be honest, this subreddit is in a prettt bad state of its goal is to inform investors about the crypto world. I’ll give you a few reasons for my opinion:The page allows too much off topic or unprofessional content. What I mean by this is that people get away with bias posts and shilling by making a text post about a token or coin without attaching any kind of link or substantial information to back-up their post/claims.An extension of reason one… Although it sounds controlling, comments on informational posts should not allow for pointless bullishness/shilling. If I see a post about a coin that is informational and/or educational, it is very saddening to go to the comments and see it flooded with “wow so bullish for this coin!!!!” Or “imho this things gonna moon cause it’s so great!”. Allowing these useless comments just clouds the purchasing judgement of people attempting to make educated purchases. This subreddit needs to emphasize facts and unbiased information way more than it currently does. Stop allowing this page to be a shill fest for random coins.There is no limit on posts about coins. This subreddit has posts about NANO, VEN, ICON, etc. all of the time. If this subreddit is attempting to be taken seriously (this claim based off of their new changes to the subreddit), then they need to have a limit of posts per time period for coins. Just an example of what I mean, they could say only 2 article posts per week for each coin. Allowing a coin like NANO to be on the front page everyday is going to push uneducated investors and newcomers towards NANO because they see it all of the time. Not necessarily because it is their best option or because they understand what it is.I’m sure I’ll get roasted by shillers for making this post, but the “bullishness” needs to stop and the educating needs to start.

I’ve been pretty active on this reddit as far as reading articles and updates for different cryptos is concerned. I’m not huge on commenting, but I check this page and read all the posts almost everyday. To be honest, this subreddit is in a prettt bad state of its goal is to inform investors about the crypto world. I’ll give you a few reasons for my opinion:

  1. The page allows too much off topic or unprofessional content. What I mean by this is that people get away with bias posts and shilling by making a text post about a token or coin without attaching any kind of link or substantial information to back-up their post/claims.

  2. An extension of reason one… Although it sounds controlling, comments on informational posts should not allow for pointless bullishness/shilling. If I see a post about a coin that is informational and/or educational, it is very saddening to go to the comments and see it flooded with “wow so bullish for this coin!!!!” Or “imho this things gonna moon cause it’s so great!”. Allowing these useless comments just clouds the purchasing judgement of people attempting to make educated purchases. This subreddit needs to emphasize facts and unbiased information way more than it currently does. Stop allowing this page to be a shill fest for random coins.

  3. There is no limit on posts about coins. This subreddit has posts about NANO, VEN, ICON, etc. all of the time. If this subreddit is attempting to be taken seriously (this claim based off of their new changes to the subreddit), then they need to have a limit of posts per time period for coins. Just an example of what I mean, they could say only 2 article posts per week for each coin. Allowing a coin like NANO to be on the front page everyday is going to push uneducated investors and newcomers towards NANO because they see it all of the time. Not necessarily because it is their best option or because they understand what it is.

I’m sure I’ll get roasted by shillers for making this post, but the “bullishness” needs to stop and the educating needs to start.