YouTube Scam Investigator Casts Suspicion on TRON’s USDD

Popular cryptocurrency enthusiast and YouTube investigator, Coffeezilla recently expressed doubts about the new stablecoin's legitimacy.  Stephen Findseisen, a.k.a. Coffeezilla, has called into question some of the working principles backing the newly-instituted stablecoin, USDD. Findseisen, with more than 1.1 million subscribers, describes himself as a “crypto scam investigator.” Also, he has increasingly received media attention in the past months. USDD vs. UST According to Findseisen, Justin Sun’s dealings and parallels with the almost defunct UST could be “suspicious.” Findseisen noted that…

Europol Arrest Popular Crypto Youtuber for Alleged Fraud

European Police (Europol) have arrested popular Spanish crypto YouTuber Gonzalo Sapina on allegations of fraud. Europol revealed this information on its website, in which the police authority provided added information.  Sapina was arrested alongside five others for fraud through trading courses featuring bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Europol also indicated that they had seized the equivalent of 70 thousand euros in cash, bitcoin, ether, xrp, and OmiseGo.  Sapina presided over a financial trade academy called GNZ Academy, a trading company located…

9 Best Decentralized YouTube Alternatives

YouTube is the largest video-viewing franchise on the internet today. It is also the second-largest Google-based search engine globally. User statistics show that over 70% of adults use YouTube in the US, with 2 billion logged-in users per month.  Notwithstanding, YouTube comes along with a couple of issues despite its popularity. Most of these issues arise from the centralization of the platform. Other issues include imprecise terms, conditions, privacy, copyrights, rejection of crypto-based payments, biased video suggestion algorithms, and limited…

Bitcoin Blast Celebrates Restoration By Google Play Store After A Week’s Absence

About a week ago, Bitcoin Blast was taken down by google from the google app store. The app involves a gaming service that rewards players with Bitcoin. However, the well-known puzzle game has finally been restored. Google scrapped the app from its store following accusations made on social media that they made deceptive offers. Nonetheless, Bling's CEO, Amy Wan, said Google was not clear on what grounds Google decided to remove the app. Wan is in strong support of the…