In his first tweet, the co-creator of Mime Currency said he was repeatedly asked if he would return to the world of corrupt tokens. His answer to the present question may be a resounding “no”.
Jackson Palmer, co-creator of Dugo Quinn, took to social media to mention he wouldn’t backtrack within the cryptocurrency market. He described crypto as “naturally right-wing, hyper-capitalist technology.” Palmer isn’t usually active on social media.
In 2019, he also privatized his Twitter account. Even when the worth of Dogoquin rose to record highs earlier this year, Palmer said nothing on social media platforms. On Wednesday, however, Palmer used Twitter to vent his anger after an extended hiatus. He vented his anger on various cryptocurrencies. He called crypto bogs and “naturally right-wing, hyper-capitalist technology.”
In his first tweet, the co-creator of Mime Currency said he was repeatedly asked if he would return to the planet of corrupt tokens. His answer to the present question may be a resounding “no”.
I am often asked if I will “return to cryptocurrency” or begin regularly sharing my thoughts on the topic again. My answer is a wholehearted “no”, but to avoid repeating myself I figure it might be worthwhile briefly explaining why here…
— Jackson Palmer (@ummjackson) July 14, 2021
In his second tweet, Palmer said the digital currency was created primarily to “increase the wealth of its supporters” through evasion and regulatory oversight. He said that despite the claims of “decentralization”, a strong group of rich people control the corrupt market. He went on to mention that cryptocurrencies are tantamount to taking the worst parts of today’s capitalism, including corruption, fraud and inequality.
Similarly, he vented his anger on many other topics in reference to his tweets.
In 2015, Palmer announced a “non-existent extension holiday” from the cryptocurrency community. He called it “poisonous” and criticized it for being “white male majority”.