//Do you think, Delta and Blockfolio are using our data against us?

Do you think, Delta and Blockfolio are using our data against us?

I mean, yeah, they protect our privacy. They probably anonymize our data and nobody will ever know the portfolio of person XY. So we are safe, right?With such a massive amount of data, even if they do not relate it directly to persons (who cares for that anyways), they can see a lot of “overalls”. Which coins do most of the people hold? Which coins were recently sold by the masses? Which coins are on the watchlist of the people, meaning that pumping there could have a huge impact on the price? Did the recent dump of the promising coin X work and did only a few ppl hold onto it, so it is a candidate to buy in low now? Or did nobody sell and it is not to be considered “safe” to pump it?You would be the biggest fool to not use such data, if you have it. Think about it. I know that at least blockfolio is funded by private investors and they do not want to charge users for money at all (that what an admin in their telegram told me). They now charge coins directly for push notifications and stuff, but I doubt this will be their only income. Who knows what those “private investors” goal is.

I mean, yeah, they protect our privacy. They probably anonymize our data and nobody will ever know the portfolio of person XY. So we are safe, right?

With such a massive amount of data, even if they do not relate it directly to persons (who cares for that anyways), they can see a lot of "overalls". Which coins do most of the people hold? Which coins were recently sold by the masses? Which coins are on the watchlist of the people, meaning that pumping there could have a huge impact on the price? Did the recent dump of the promising coin X work and did only a few ppl hold onto it, so it is a candidate to buy in low now? Or did nobody sell and it is not to be considered "safe" to pump it?

You would be the biggest fool to not use such data, if you have it. Think about it. I know that at least blockfolio is funded by private investors and they do not want to charge users for money at all (that what an admin in their telegram told me). They now charge coins directly for push notifications and stuff, but I doubt this will be their only income. Who knows what those "private investors" goal is.