//EOS, why we all should boycot it

EOS, why we all should boycot it

Lately I’ve been on a crusade against EOS, as for some reason it’s actually gaining value. Sadly a lot of people who invest in crypto are sheep who hardly do any research at all. My thesis is that It takes only a few shilling post read on Reddit to trigger a buy (I have done the same, which luckily worked out). Lately I’ve been reading a lot of shilling towards EOS. How? Do people know who are behind the company of EOS? Do people know what kind of background they have? And if you know, how can you ever endorse such a company?I’m of course talking about Brock Pierce. This man should be given the worst possible punishment you can imagine giving to a human being in my eyes. But you don’t have to believe me, read his Wikipedia, it’s directly also the reason why NOT to invest in EOS and a big reason why to BOYCOT EOS:https://ift.tt/2GVlStU those lazy, I’m talking about this:Pierce retired from acting at 17 and joined as a minor partner with Marc Collins-Rector and Chad Schackley in establishing Digital Entertainment Network (DEN), which succeeded in raising $88 million in venture capital.[2] He produced its first show, a pilot for gay teenagers called Chad’s World.[3] Pierce began enjoying a lavish lifestyle in Los Angeles riding the Dot-com bubble. As an 18 year old, Pierce was making $250,000 a year and held 1% of the company’s shares.[4]Within three years, DEN, never having made a profit and having exhausted its venture capital, collapsed and Pierce fled the U.S. with his two co-founders when a number of former underage DEN employees made sexual misconduct allegations against them.[5][6] The three were arrested by Spanish police before being returned to the US. Though Pierce was not ultimately charged, his partner Collins-Rector was convicted on multiple counts of child enticement involving boys.Now let’s look at this once again:Within three years, DEN, never having made a profit and having exhausted its venture capitalAnd of course this:and Pierce fled the U.S. with his two co-founders when a number of former underage DEN employees made sexual misconduct allegations against themNow from this point, I would advice you to watch the documentary ‘An open secret’. This pretty much tells the story of ‘DEN’. In the end one of the child actors took his own life.But wait! We aren’t done yet! At least not with mr. Pierce. The wiki goes on:In 2013, Pierce joined brothers Bart and Bradford Stephens in founding venture capital firm Blockchain Capital (BCC) which was reported to have raised $85 million in two venture funds by October 2017.[8] Described as its managing partner, Pierce announced a $50 million Initial Coin Offering (ICO) by BCC in February 2017.[9] On its launch in June 2017, the currency was named EOS and marketed through a new vehicle called Block.oneAnd guess what? He actually managed to raise 50 million dollars, and EOS is now worth over a billion dollars. Not only that, they just dumped 130k ethereum a few days ago, so we KNOW they liquidated their cash, an exit scam seems so much like the logical next step. But even if EOS was legit, who in their right mind wants to support a person like Brock Pierce?That’s why I propose we all as a community, stand strong and BOYCOT this coin. You can NOT justify investing in this coin with the knowledge I just shared. And yes I know, Mr Pierce isn’t the posterboy of EOS anymore, he brought too much negative publicity after the last week show bit of James Oliver. But somehow people STILL are investing in it, so once I again, this topic has to be brought up. If a coin, that was created by a KNOWN scammer AND child molester reaches the top 10 of a certain market, what does that say about the market? It’s time to dump that shit, let it burn away so we don’t ever have to speak about it again.

Lately I've been on a crusade against EOS, as for some reason it's actually gaining value. Sadly a lot of people who invest in crypto are sheep who hardly do any research at all. My thesis is that It takes only a few shilling post read on Reddit to trigger a buy (I have done the same, which luckily worked out). Lately I've been reading a lot of shilling towards EOS. How? Do people know who are behind the company of EOS? Do people know what kind of background they have? And if you know, how can you ever endorse such a company?

I'm of course talking about Brock Pierce. This man should be given the worst possible punishment you can imagine giving to a human being in my eyes. But you don't have to believe me, read his Wikipedia, it's directly also the reason why NOT to invest in EOS and a big reason why to BOYCOT EOS:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brock_Pierce

For those lazy, I'm talking about this:

Pierce retired from acting at 17 and joined as a minor partner with Marc Collins-Rector and Chad Schackley in establishing Digital Entertainment Network (DEN), which succeeded in raising $88 million in venture capital.[2] He produced its first show, a pilot for gay teenagers called Chad's World.[3] Pierce began enjoying a lavish lifestyle in Los Angeles riding the Dot-com bubble. As an 18 year old, Pierce was making $250,000 a year and held 1% of the company's shares.[4]Within three years, DEN, never having made a profit and having exhausted its venture capital, collapsed and Pierce fled the U.S. with his two co-founders when a number of former underage DEN employees made sexual misconduct allegations against them.[5][6] The three were arrested by Spanish police before being returned to the US. Though Pierce was not ultimately charged, his partner Collins-Rector was convicted on multiple counts of child enticement involving boys.

Now let's look at this once again:

Within three years, DEN, never having made a profit and having exhausted its venture capital

And of course this:

and Pierce fled the U.S. with his two co-founders when a number of former underage DEN employees made sexual misconduct allegations against them

Now from this point, I would advice you to watch the documentary 'An open secret'. This pretty much tells the story of 'DEN'. In the end one of the child actors took his own life.

But wait! We aren't done yet! At least not with mr. Pierce. The wiki goes on:

In 2013, Pierce joined brothers Bart and Bradford Stephens in founding venture capital firm Blockchain Capital (BCC) which was reported to have raised $85 million in two venture funds by October 2017.[8] Described as its managing partner, Pierce announced a $50 million Initial Coin Offering (ICO) by BCC in February 2017.[9] On its launch in June 2017, the currency was named EOS and marketed through a new vehicle called Block.one

And guess what? He actually managed to raise 50 million dollars, and EOS is now worth over a billion dollars. Not only that, they just dumped 130k ethereum a few days ago, so we KNOW they liquidated their cash, an exit scam seems so much like the logical next step. But even if EOS was legit, who in their right mind wants to support a person like Brock Pierce?

That's why I propose we all as a community, stand strong and BOYCOT this coin. You can NOT justify investing in this coin with the knowledge I just shared. And yes I know, Mr Pierce isn't the posterboy of EOS anymore, he brought too much negative publicity after the last week show bit of James Oliver. But somehow people STILL are investing in it, so once I again, this topic has to be brought up. If a coin, that was created by a KNOWN scammer AND child molester reaches the top 10 of a certain market, what does that say about the market? It's time to dump that shit, let it burn away so we don't ever have to speak about it again.