Crypto Twitter best beware. A numerologist is out to get everyone, with his “good friend” the lawyer. The man who calls himself “Gary The Numbers Guy” has said he will file a class action lawsuit against Twitter in order to bring ‘Bitcoin Twitter’ to its knees. He’s accusing crypto twitter of causing untold misery by giving bad advice which has led to people losing their life savings.
He addressed listeners with a video posted on Twitter …it appears the irony escapes him. Apparently, the social media giant is allowing these “scam artists on Bitcoin to basically rape the public”. He has no intentions of suing individuals (crypto influencers can breathe a sigh of relief) because in his mind, there are too many of them, however Twitter itself appears to be fair game. He labels crypto twitter as a “bunch of economic terrorists” who have caused “more damage in 18 months than the Federal Reserve has done in 18 years”.
If It’s War You’re After…
He threatens that a class action lawsuit will force Twitter to “clean up that garbage called Bitcoin Twitter” and warns that the community will be rocked by it. “You want war, you have it. I’m coming after you,” he moaned.
Whether it is anger or stupidity, in his confusion, he rants about every single account who said “Twitter is going to 100K”. I think Jack Dorsey would be very troubled if Twitter hit 100K.
Claiming to have enough money and influence to start the lawsuit himself, he is confident that others will jump on board.
A quick browse through his website is a grammatical torment. His wild claims that he can help people understand themselves and succeed in their personal and professional lives is reminiscent of a snake oil salesman.
He offers everything (for a fee) from readings and courses on numerology and astrology to giving people the secret to “know exactly when to trade or gamble, and when to stay out”. He claims he can teach punters how to beat Vegas and how to predict the outcome of sporting events. He even sells hats for $30.
It’s curious that someone who can beat the odds and predict sporting and political outcomes is touting for business online. I doubt very much that Twitter will be seeking legal counsel any time soon.