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Doxxing Scammers And Sharing Their Names – Bitcoin Magazine



This is an opinion editorial by Robert Hall, a Bitcoin pleb.

Is It OK To Dox Scammers?

This question has become relevant after the spectacular collapse of Terra/LUNA, Three Arrows Capital and Celsius. On a fundamental level, I think that it is perfectly fine to dox these people in the broader “crypto” industry because they are defrauding middle-income people out of their hard-earned money.

It doesn’t matter that the industry is new and lacks significant regulation in the space. Fraud is fraud regardless of industry. Bad actors in the fiat world get the book thrown at them; the same standard should also apply to bad actors in cryptocurrency.



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