Zerononcense Thinks Substratum "Deserves a Break From the Crypto Community"
Earlier today, James Edwards (a.k.a. Zerononcense, ProofOfResearch, CryptoMedication, etc.) released a statement titled “$SUB Deserves a Break From the Crypto Community” on his Telegram channel. Similar to Edwards’ previous inaccurate accusations regarding my affiliation with Torque Ventures (there is no affiliation in reality), his latest round of nonsense is also, unsurprisingly, littered with inaccuracies – once again, laughably ironic for someone who calls himself “ProofOfResearch”. Below is Edwards’ statement about Substratum.
$SUB Deserves a Break From the Crypto Community This may sound weird because this brand was previously critical of Substratum, but the project has received criticism that’s out of proportion to what it actually deserves. A lot of the criticism was fueled by Brian Li and William McKenzie, but we should not lose sight of the fact that a solid portion of the criticism came from Binance’s delisting of $SUB. The reason that Binance cited for delisting $SUB was woefully insufficient. CZ essentially cited Brian Li and William, stating that the reported amount of cryptocurrency raised in the ICO by $SUB differed from what can be seen on the blockchain - and while this may be true to a certain extent, we don’t know if this was due to a genuine error/omission or for a nefarious reason. Furthermore, CZ did not bring this up as an issue until well over a year after $SUB had held their ICO. Also, when looking at the coins that are listed on the Binance exchange, there are equally as many (if not more) reasons to delist other coins if Binance is giong to be honest and apply this criteria equitably. Disclaimer: We are not, and have never been, invested in Substratum in any way, shape or form and have never received any monetary compensation from Substratum for anything, including the writing of this post.