Andrew Yang Will ‘Literally Give Everybody Money’ — Like OneCoin Did
William Suberg's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 71%
Bitcoin proponents are criticizing United States presidential candidate Andrew Yang after he claimed he was "Literally trying to give everybody money." In an ongoing Twitter debate which Yang started on Nov. 16, Bitcoiners took the presidential hopeful to task over his policy of paying a form of universal basic income to all U.S. citizens.
"I'm literally trying to give everybody money," Yang wrote. Yang plans to provide a united front on cryptocurrency regulation if elected. Others continued to highlight the distinction between Bitcoin as hard money and fiat as easy money which authorities can manipulate at will.
OneCoin doubled holdings "As token of appreciation". A press release from the time states that Ignatova "Told the crowd that all current Networkers will have the number of their OneCoins doubled, as a token of appreciation to everyone who believed in the OneCoin concept from the start..
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