I'm all for outing these guys, but I would (and I'm sure many would) appreciate clear distinction that the scam is not burstcoin itself. When the article starts .... "Today's post is another bad one with respect to Burst Coin." it can be misleading. I'm sure most people on here get it... but to the lay person evaluating BURST they may not. I just think it's very important to distinguish who/what the scam is. The coin itself is great, and 99% of the people involved also seem great. There will always be a few bad apples involved... especially where there is significant money involved.
funny cause i showed someone else to proof read it and they added that line. not me.
before that line read "Today's post is another bad one"
its more continuing from my prior posts where most of its bad news. e.g. ninja funds stolen. development funds mishandled. rather than saying burstcoin is bad. its saying burst-coin has bad news
I get it. I know it's not your intent. I think everyone here would have preferred an amicable divorce with things handled behind the scenes... quite obviously that's not happening.
I think everyone just has to remember the money coming into crypto today isn't just programmers, coders, computer people, etc... it's normal people without a lot of knowledge. People who may misinterpret some of these posts/articles... "so I open a BURST wallet this guy Focus can steal my coin"? Or "I can lose my mining profit to some guy named Adam because BURST is his scam"?
I just think there needs to be clear separation with Adam/Focus and what BURST ACTUALLY is and what the rest of the community is like. It's two people acting unethically ...it could be through any "platform"... BTC, ETH, LTC. They've just captured a significant audience with BURST at the moment.