Twitter | Search | |
Chris Doerfler
researcher & strategist | | left-handed | cyber architect & raconteur |
7,061
Tweets
5,000
Following
2,965
Followers
Tweets
Chris Doerfler 15h
Replying to @lawmaster
ask CZ when you see him at Deconomy ;)
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler 15h
Replying to @lawmaster
ask them ; Im sure they are happy to be transparent about the composition of the investors group, right?
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler 15h
Mike, hold that thought, as quality is often determined after, not prior, and usually by the audience vs the panel participants - the content conveyed matters more than panel titles
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler 15h
Replying to @lawmaster
how many distinct individuals or controlling entities (not just number of wallet addresses) were involved in each raise? cui bono? look and you may be surprised...
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler 21h
replace 'waffle' with 'token' ;)
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler retweeted
Steve Morgan Feb 25
Turns out, John McAfee didn’t actually write the original code for his VirusScan antivirus program. First in a series of blogs for Cybercrime Magazine. Is a liar or a prankster? This is his true life story.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler 22h
you gotta leggo of all that anger my friend
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler Mar 24
Replying to @CasPiancey
1 The Binance Preserve 2 it works, can be better 3 whale sponsored whores 4 yup they do, but not all 5 sometimes vs our 'most of the time' 6 ratios matter - fiat 2%ish vs crypto current XX% ?
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler Mar 23
Replying to @stephendpalley
what code have you deployed?
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler retweeted
Jake Chervinsky Mar 23
"Fraudulent inducement" is an illegal act that occurs when a party knowingly misrepresents facts to trick another party into a transaction. For example, if a crypto exchange fakes trading volume to convince ICOs to pay it listing fees, it may be liable for fraudulent inducement.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler retweeted
Palley Mar 22
New forfeiture complaint alleges property was purchased from proceeds of illegal "FLiK" ICO. Per the allegations, crypto from crowd sale went to Gemini account, was liquidated for cash, and wired right to bank account and then used for a million dollar piece of real estate.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler Mar 22
is a new syndrome that is trending. aversion to truth and factual data. good news is that is curable
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler Mar 22
sad to read that you dont want to meaningfully engage in a professional manner, and that's your choice
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler Mar 22
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler Mar 22
you have a LI connection request from me as well as an intro you are already aware of, which was made thru a third party that we both know. you have yet to accept either
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler Mar 22
now, more than ever, reliable, verified data is needed
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler Mar 22
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler Mar 21
just trying to help everyone in terms of transparency, accountability and provenance of the data. a methodology we call 'TAP' and use in our vetting process
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler Mar 21
great, reach out and we can collaborate on reviewing your data and methodologies. 'go for it' seems like a bit of a brush-off, tbh. So if you're serious about peer review of your data, then we're open to that
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Doerfler retweeted
Drew Hinkes Mar 21
Securities Commission enters Cease & Desist vs. Gossamer (previously @gossamerhub) which sold a to fund dev of a DAPP for "...real-time purchase and/or sale of Wi-Fi along the Ethereum blockchain,” for issuing/selling securities w/o req. disclosures etc.
Reply Retweet Like