Elon Musk Facing $258 Billion Lawsuit Over Alleged Dogecoin Pyramid Scheme


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Elon Musk is facing a $258 billion lawsuit by a Dogecoin investor who is accusing him of running a pyramid scheme to support the …

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  1. Crypto and stocks in general are all gambling. It really needs to be classified as gambling so there's just no mistake.

  2. Ever since Musk started backing up limited free speech the corrupt have been all over him. "Don't let the peasants talk!" This case is a nothing burger. But this new channel lies and says it's something for the views.

  3. 4:20 Plans are not clear with what "people working at twitter signed up for."
    Yeah, okay, so it's just like the employees at any other company after the company gets a *new owner*. Has a business with large numbers of employees ever been bought and sold before??? Someone, please tell him!

  4. Can't keep the people silent for much longer, you are afraid of people being able to speck their minds rather, then being fed by this social narrative running from generation to generation served by the mainstream media, financed by big institutions, and blindly consumed by a population systematically striped of critical thinking. This narrative have no other goal but to keep we, the ppl under control, but for each 100 that you keep on their knees, 1 one will stand, and hear me out when i say, we are coming for ya.

  5. Peter thiel yelling about ESG because he's butt hurt about carbon taxes.. Elon and him looking for destructive technology… Not constructive.

  6. To me, musk manipulates coins thru media.
    For me,
    if musk praises any coin,
    I WOULD RUN THE OTHER WAY.

  7. Dodgecoin forecast is not worth making money on it, as it is absolutely unstable and drops steadily in price, already less than $20,000. Now it is possible to earn reliably and profitably only on one cryptocurrency – Skripton. Also Crypton is very profitable to mine in the ecosystem Utopia p2p on favorable terms.

  8. Dogecoin is an open-source cryptocurrency started in 2013 by Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus. Dogecoin initially started as a joke based on a popular meme featuring a Shiba Inu (a Japanese breed of dog).

  9. Looks like I’m going to buy some dogecoin. This is a bullish sign.

  10. It makes< sense, DOGE and crypto is off helping to regulate, rather that pretend it won't ever happen. The big institutions getting in is the catalyst that will launch us into the stratosphere. Most people don't like change but after the change is made they grow used to it and it becomes a non issue usually because their fears never materialize. And benefits they were unaware with before turn out to be far more beneficial. Few if any rug pulls. The projects that initiated the process of regulation have not been ruined, they got involved in setting guidelines and helping the regulators understand the crypto space. I’d get involved more knowing that I have made over 16` btc from day-trade with Carolyn Halles Crypto in few weeks

  11. in a few months or no time people we definitely be kicking themselves regret for missing the opportunity to buy or invest in cryptocurrency.

  12. Well , Elon buying Twitter is world biggest mistake, and those who sold it to him disappointed me terribly.

  13. This is what inexperienced new “investors” do when they don’t get their way lololol lawsuits and protests

  14. I did some research and this just appears to be somebody that lost their life savings cause they don’t know how to invest. The man that sued does not know what a pyramid scheme is.

  15. What I don’t understand is how everyone liked elon musk but now all of a sudden, when he said his opinions now he is evil. Big eye opener.

  16. trying to ruin elon and crypto period i don't listen to any of this propaganda. I do believe the government and big banking was involved in the start of crypto to see how people would react to it but they didn't realize they opened pandoras box especially with the block chain now regular people besides the government and the bankers can launder money and if you don't think they can just look at monero

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