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Whistleblower And Former NSA Contractor Tell About Crypto Economy



Edward Snowden, the whistleblower and former NSA contractor, has been very vocal about the crypto economy in recent times. After publishing a copy of Bitcoin’s white paper on Twitter on the document’s 14th birthday, Snowden had some words with Craig Wright, the man who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto.


It has been reported that after the news tied to the troubled crypto exchange FTX, Snowden added his two cents and said “custodial exchanges were a mistake.”


The man who claims to be Satoshi replied to Snowden’s tweet, and said:

“I was never anonymous you traitorous scum.”

But Snowden fired back at Wright and explained how Wright lost his recent lawsuit against Hodlnaut.


Snowden said to Wright:

“While we’re playing the memory game, the next time you want to tell Twitter you were never anonymous, try and keep your story straight, you miserable corncob.”

He further said:

“I believed that I could put the years of anonymity and hiding behind me.”

However, following the news stemming from Binance detailing it will acquire FTX, Snowden told his 5.4 million Twitter followers that “custodial exchanges were a mistake.”


Thus, Snowden also shared a picture of Bankman-Fried’s appearance on stage with a number of Democratic leaders like Bill Clinton. Bankman-Fried was the second largest donor to the Democratic party in the 2022 midterms, and the exchange CEO promised to donate around $1 billion in 2024.



 

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