Avalanche FUD - Conspiracy of Weaponized Lawsuits
We have passed an interesting day that was based on a conspiracy that the Avalanche team weaponized their social network to bring trouble to the close competitors of the project.
The conspiracy was circulating among crypto groups but there was no hint to claim it in public. Though it was the case for a while, a video clip dropped into the crypto ecosystem like a bomb. In this video, Kyle Roche, the leader of Ruche law firm, talked about some manipulations in crypto.
Let's start with what we already know
We know that Ruche Law Firm is Hostile
There have been many cases of the same people who sued crypto projects and their developer team for this or that reason.
Interestingly, the same actors were always in search of a way to create FUD around some coins and these people tried to hostilely grab some money so that they do not harm these projects.
Regardless of Avalanche's presence to any "possible" actions, it is not something new in crypto for these guys 😉
We know that Avalanche has Initial Litigation Offerings
ILOs are unique products of Avalache ecosystem that is like a bridge between lawsuits and blockchain technology. As the team is involved in litigation acts, naturally they establish partnerships with some law firms to deal with the lawsuits.
Though at some point, Avalanche combines its power with some law firms, their partnership is only limited to the law cases. So it is not possible to accuse the team for paying law firms to bring trouble for the competitors.
We don't know if Crypto Leaks are Real
According to Coindesk,
Crypto Leaks: Ava Labs focused on developing Avalanche's ecosystem, and law firm Roche Freedman made a deal under which Freedman would collect confidential information of rival companies and trap them under class-action lawsuits in return for massive amounts of AVAX tokens and Ava Labs corporate stock.
So, the claim is that the law firm asks to make them a stakeholder of the newly growing Avalanche AVAX project and we can create problems for the competitors.
Remembering the early days of Avalanche, I do not think Emin Gün Sürer or Kevin would dare to do such a thing as the project already had a strong partnership and thousands of people who were the early investors in the very beginning. Thousands of people run their testnet and the exchanges listed Avalanche in hours.
While everything was perfectly fine, it does not make sense for me to happen. The coin was listed for $3 and ATH was $140 in a year! Nobody was hurt like any other project that lost 99% value since their launch.
Another interesting thing is that CZ tweeted about this case then deleted his tweet. Without being sure about a case, anything that CZ publishes have the potential to create sell or buy pressure.
Conspiracies, FUD and conflict in Crypto Twitter. Nobody is sure about the things and it is hard to claim a manipulation without more evidence. I do not give credits to such video clips and news as I'm a follower & investor of the project since the very beginning.
What do you think about the claims? Which side is right?
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