The cryptocurrency world has been plagued by malicious actors and scammers who have attempted to sabotage legitimate projects. One of the latest targets is Apollo Fintech, a blockchain-based project promising to revolutionize world finance with its strongly decentralized approach.
The project was recently in the news due to an ambitious partnership with Fastcash that would be worth over $1 billion annually. Unfortunately, several individuals have been targeting this venture to illegally disrupt or gain something from it. This article will discuss these nefarious characters and how you can protect yourself against their activities.
A Multi-Faceted Threat for the Crypto Community
The people behind the malicious activities targeting Apollo have been identified. Sultan Kassam (AKA Sultan Gold Inc, AKA Fort Knox, AKA Apollofintechcryptonews, AKA Cryptonite) leads the attack. He has experience directing multiple companies and has blackmailed and threatened companies to undermine their partnerships.
Danny De Hek (AKA The Crypto Ponzi Scheme Avenger) is another individual who has made it his mission to dissuade potential investors from investing in crypto projects. Although he may have good intentions, his tactics have raised eyebrows and caused some to question his credibility.
Sultan Kassam: The Spearheading Stalker
Sultan Kassam has led malicious activities targeting Apollo. He has been accused of blackmailing and threatening the project illegitimately to get something out of it.
When you email and call someone multiple times in an attempt to disrupt their project, you are overstepping the boundaries. We believe this behavior is unacceptable, and those responsible should be held accountable.
Danny De Hek: The So-Called Crypto Ponzi Scheme Avenger
We cannot exclude Danny De Hek from this list of malicious actors. His YouTube channel began with helpful IT-related videos and recently began following a more aggressive approach against the metaverse niche.
De Hek has accused some crypto projects of being nothing more than Ponzi schemes, but his lack of evidence makes it look like he is trying to scare potential investors away from investing in crypto.
Should we tolerate such behavior? Of course not. We believe everyone has a right to an opinion, but facts should back it up.
How to Protect Yourself Against Crypto Fake News
To the public eye, reputation is everything. Protecting yourself from malicious actors trying to damage your reputation or steal your hard-earned money is important.
One way to do that is by keeping up with the latest news and developments in the crypto space. Be sure to double-check sources, as some unscrupulous characters might be spreading false information to drive fear and manipulate markets.
We are serious: you can (and should) check what our article is saying with a few web searches.
Finally, always use common sense when engaging in the crypto space. If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Be sure to research any project you are considering investing in and make sure it is legitimate before putting your money into it.