DigiByte founder says coin is "intentionally being suppressed"

02 May, 2019
by David Borman
Opinion
DigiByte founder says coin is intentionally being suppressed

Recently Jared Tate, the founder of DigiByte (DGB), took to twitter to promote the idea that the coin was being suppressed by those who see the coin as a threat. Tate didn't name names, but some of the community began to blame major exchanges. No real evidence of any suppression was presented, however.

The statement was made without clear context or any subsequent elaboration, save for this:

This led to some pretty rampant speculation and shows of support from the DigiByte community. However, no actual evidence was ever produced concerning any entity specifically suppressing this project, especially considering the hundreds of projects out there all vying to be on top:

This is not the first time the DigiByte community has shown their enthusiasm for this project. When Brian Armstrong of Coinbase tried to engage the crypto community and ask what they wanted to see more of from him, he was met with a surge of requests that Coinbase list DigiByte, which seemed to overwhelm him.

Ultimately, there is no way to say if there is an effort against this one coin, but it is clear it has a very passionate community behind it. Hopefully it can rise or fall on its own merits, but in either event, stick with Chepicap for all updates!

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