A Honda enthusiast YouTuber Chris Cut, also known as “NSXTRA” has released a YouTube video revealing how he spent a bunch of Bitcoin on two used Hondas. It has been reported that Cut’s February 16 YouTube video titled “Idiot Spends $1.8 Million of Bitcoin on Old Hondas” reveals how much he regrets spending large amounts of Bitcoin at today’s prices on the classic sports cars. However, the first car in question is a Honda NXS Targa that he bought on Valentine’s Day in 2017 by
Sunny Decree, the Crypto YouTuber, recently saw his livestream cut short by YouTube, with the platform stating that the video had violated its ‘harmful and dangerous policy.’ It has been reported by a tweet from Sunny Decree that the video-sharing platform halted his most recent livestream on his English language channel, based in Switzerland, the content creator also records in German, and warned him a second offense would result in a one-week suspension of service for lives
Rod Hsu, the President and Co-founder of Coincurve, the virtual currency platform, has said that facial recognition can help prevent future Bitcoin (BTC) scams like those that hit Twitter and YouTube. It has been reported that Hsu said Bitcoin is an electronic form of currency that is non-reversible and somewhat anonymous, “coupled with this gap in understanding makes it appealing for scam artists.” But because of the negative publicity the cryptocurrency got with the scams,
Popular Indian YouTuber Ajey Nagar, also known as Carry Minati, who has 6.7 million subscribers, is the latest victim of the ongoing Bitcoin giveaway scam on YouTube. It has been reported that the hack happened on Minati’s second YouTube channel “CarryisLive” where he streams himself playing video games with YouTubers and celebrities. However, two Bitcoin giveaway scam promotional videos were reportedly posted on the channel, as both videos displayed bitcoin addresses. A popu
Cardano warns the crypto community against scams promoting a fake Cardano (ADA) giveaway on YouTube. Founder of Cardano, Charles Hoskinson tweets: It has come to my attention that a scam has been floating around using my conference keynote to promote a giveaway https://t.co/x2VV2niY68 this is a scam. Please report it to YouTube. We will take legal action if we can against those responsible.
— Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles)
July 12, 2020 Hoskinson said that a Youtube accou
PewDiePie, the top-subscribed independent video maker on YouTube will leave blockchain video platform Dlive to stream exclusively on YouTube. On May 4, YouTube officially announced the news, with PewDiePie claiming that the agreement was a “natural fit.” In April 2019, PewDiePie had signed a partnership with blockchain-based content sharing platform Dlive. PewDiePie said that he decided to stream via DLive because he was treated “like a real partner,” noting that Dlive has ze
Ripple Labs filed a lawsuit against Youtube LLC on April 21. The case seeks damages for Youtube’s failure to stop XRP (XRP) scammers and impersonators and to protect consumers around the world from dangerous online giveaway scams and false impersonations across YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and more. CEO of Ripple, Brad Garlinghouse added: Today, @Ripple and I personally are taking legal action against @YouTube because their platform is the epicenter for imposter scams, and they
YouTube account of Jason Appleton, also known as Crypto Crow, was recently banned and restored in a few days. #Crytptocurrencies #Youtube YouTube Bans and Restores Crypto Crow Within Days https://t.co/iibke3PCUi | https://t.co/FGtGRycdYP pic.twitter.com/VjYFq8wDmu
— eStream Studios (@eStream_Studios)
April 10, 2020 On April 8, Appleton said in a tweet: “Looks like my channel was terminated by YouTube without warning today. I’ve never so much as had a strike.” He added: “No i
The evolution of the internet and social media has birthed to a new subclass of earners called content creators. This emerging class of online content creators is changing the way how newer audiences consume information. It is also creating a hitch within them when it comes to monetizing their work. Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies can change the game for content creators. Cryptocurrencies Could Empower Content Creators by using decentralized technology that can br
Youtube’s 4-day crypto content ban has invoked crypto influencers towards blockchain-based decentralized platforms like LBRY to share their content. Yesterday YouTube aggressively deleted tons of tech and blockchain content.
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After a sudden crackdown of crypto-related content on YouTube, the video-sharing platform has re-enabled crypto contents while admitting there has been a mistake from their side on twitter. The Youtube Team finally responded to a crypto YouTuber regarding the crypto contents that were removed from the platform this week. Finally an official response from YouTube! Good news!
However, I’ve learnt a valuable lesson, not to trust or be too dependent on a central authority.
Crypto communities unite on YouTube deleting crypto-related content from some of the most popular influencers from the blockchain space. On Dec. 23 YouTube took down some of the most popular crypto contents stating them to be “harmful content” while temporarily banning the accounts of some of the most popular Crypto Youtubers. It was first brought to notice based on twitter and reddit threads. Crypto YouTuber Chris Dunn with over 210,000 subscribers took to Twitter to reveal
Eset, a Slovakian software security firm and a major antivirus software supplier, has revealed that cyber criminals behind the Stantinko botnet have been distributing a Monero (XMR) cryptocurrency mining module through YouTube. Slovakian software security firm Eset has uncovered that cyber criminals behind the Stantinko botnet have been distributing a Monero (XMR) cryptocurrency mining module via Youtube.https://t.co/SpEefIHaKq
— 丝链SilkChain (@SilkChain_IO)
November 27, 2019