45 thoughts on “This Has Crossed The Line”

  1. My fave thing that’s very important is only 23% is owned by large individual holders;
    The other 75% is owned by over 400k people and growing, so a rug pull (where insiders steal all profits) is literally not possible

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  2. I really think that even if not being paid, influential YouTubers should be more careful in what they promote. Eventually a lot of people will be financially hurt by all this crap they're buying.

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  3. Lol my man came for their heads with all the smoke!

    “…die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”

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  4. Your honesty!! Thanks for being brave and exposing this! I’ve been realizing this for a while that’s why I stopped watching all of them.

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  5. Bruh, I am losing faith in humanity. I spend a fair bit of time on crypto twitter. It is awash with smooth-brained apes, who are shilling their shitcoins 24/7. There must be over 100 dog coins by now. I honestly thing that these people deserve to get rugged at this point. It's the only way they will learn.

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  6. Hello Sasha, I’m not a fan of the clickbait titles and thumbnails that graham has been consumed with in recent years, I don’t watch much of his content nowadays. But, after watching this video, then going over to watch his, I have to say you are definitely mistaken. The title was just that, a title. In the actual content of the video, he has an entire section dedicated to the cons and potential risks of the coin. He even mentions the paid advertising aspect you explained here, showing an example of a fully disclosed paid promotional video on YouTube. Now we’ll never know for sure if graham’s video was a paid promotion, but he definitely didn’t disclose that. And the fact that he mentions paid promotions for the coin in the “con” section of his video leads me to believe his video probably wasn’t. You should watch the video all the way through before defaming others. He followed a trend because he knew it would get clicks. The morality of that clickbait can be debated, but this is far from a pump and dump by graham imo.

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  7. Courageous and refreshing to see a YouTuber call clearly out who is doing something wrong! Really appreciate your integrity and your content 🙏💪

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  8. lol.. you should do some research on floki about hat thy r doing!! 🙂 dont know how blind a person could turn without even doing a 5 min research!!

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  9. even though these youtubers influence massively to their audience and let’s say the were paid to promote this token, at the end of the day people should do their own research and not trust blindly on whatever they are told… I get that it might be unethical by their side but people should not yolo all their life savings just because some guy on youtube said it will 1000x

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  10. Hey, first time coming across your channel. I like what you have to say. Can I ask, what do you think of yield farming and liquidity pools, such as planet finance or pancake swap?

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  11. This aged well. Respect. I came across your "friends" channels long time ago but I couldnt stomach them at all. I wish you well

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  12. Good shout and it took balls. Hopefully Graham et al will take note and reign back their greed, which has undoubtedly got a bit out of control. Being in demand cannot be easy and it must take willpower to say no, but I feel they’re all doing financially well enough without spewing this type of content. In the end it may do them more harm than good. One can only hope.

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  13. I understand where you're coming from but I think you yourself have lost sight as to why you yourself are investing/trading, and that is to make money. You could talk all about how a stock is revolutionary, innovative and buy into that theory but the bottom line is that if you weren't getting money out of this in some form then you wouldn't do it and there's no bs'ing around that fact. These 3 guys are doing so in there way, and at the end of the day if people get stung by investing into a meme then thats that persons fault for trusting everything a guy on youtube says. The bottom line is, you can say its not fair etc but you aren't going to be the one rescuing these people who lose ££ from meme coins because deep down you – and quite rightly so – dont really care that much about them (the newbie investor). Let them do there thing and realise that making a video singling out smart and successful people isn't going to achieve much for you par from gaining a couple more thousand views for your video, which is the main reasons why people do these type of videos in the first place

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  14. God, i hate such bad vibes – what happened to the friendly community surrounding Youtube finance? it's really uncomfortable and so sad to see.

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  15. Every crypto is a Ponzi scheme. Having a ETH for ex. doesn't mean that you have a piece of the company that has, develop and run Vitalik's blockchain. Did anyone ever seen a balance sheet of that company? In real world buying a crypto coin is like instead of paying 180$ on one Apple share you pay that money for a badge with Apple logo. This doesn't make you Apple shareholder, you are just another idiot with one expensive badge.

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  16. This channel really is high quality. Really agree with this video. This is one of the few channels I actually like

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  17. Sasha for newbies like me just starting out on this investing small amounts of money, thank you for that you have a conscious and feel for good people. We need guys like you to come out and speak on these rats, It's all I want is fairness. I like your channel very informative educational, and honestly keep up the good work you do. great work.

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