Russian Vitaly Buterin aka Shytoshi Kusama cashing “BURNED” Shiba Inu Coins

Russian crypto fraudster Vitaly Buterin aka Shytoshi Kusama cashing more than $6 Billion “BURNED” Shiba Inu Coins. Vitaly(Vitalik) Buterin and his Ethereum team are Shiba Inu Project creators. Shiba Inu project have been created with 1 quadrillion tokens(coins) and highly advertised that, half of tokens(coins) have been sent to “DEAD WALLETS” from the begging of the project. During the time, russian crypto fraudster “Vitalik Buterin” claim, that more tokens(coins) have been sent to “DEAD WALLETS” and the project reach 394 Trillions live tokens(coins).

What exactly happened here?

The russian fraudster and his Ethereum team claim, that they supply market with 394 Trillion tokens or “live tokens” and transfer to “DEAD WALLET” 606 Trillion tokens or “dead tokens”. Our investigation found, that Vitalik Buterin and his team transfer to “DEAD WALLETS” only 410 Trillion tokens and 196 Trillion tokens have been sent to Developers “DEEP SLEEPING WALLETS”. The Etherscan cannot detect developers “DEEP SLEEPING WALLETS”, and that strategy is known as “PUMP and DUMP”.

Vitalik Buterin fraud coin supply

How Robinhood know about circulating fraud?

Robinhood’s range of offerings is extremely limited in that it only offers stocks, ETFs, options, and cryptocurrency trading. Robinhood doesn’t support mutual funds or fixed income products and you can’t trade commodities, forex, or futures. The way a broker routes your order determines whether you are likely to receive the best possible price at the time your trade is placed. This best price is known as price improvement. Robinhood does not disclose its price improvement statistics either. This lack of transparency, and recent events involving trading restrictions, may leave investors wondering whether Robinhood is indeed seeking out the best pricing for customer trades. 

How Kraken know about circulating fraud?

Kraken’s top-notch security, lower trading fees and range of available cryptos can make it a good choice for investors just starting with cryptocurrency and those who are more experienced. Though as with Coinbase, aim not to dwell at beginner status for too long to avoid losing significant chunks of your investing dollars to fees on its training wheels platform.

But if you’re after a cheaper platform to make quick crypto purchase, you would probably be better served by Binance.US’ platform, which only charges 0.5% for this kind of trading, compared to about 2% for Kraken’s Instant Buy interface. Keep in mind, though, that regardless of where you do it, you’ll want to move out of this style of purchasing crypto relatively quickly to minimize fees. Even on Binance.US, you can slash your fees to 0.10% simply by switching to the trading platform.

More experienced crypto investors may be excited to take advantage of Kraken’s range of coins, staking and margin offerings. While the last of those had been a distinguishing trait for Kraken over many other leading platforms, in the U.S. this recently became restricted to those with very large amounts of assets, though it remains open to those outside of America. Advanced American traders can still benefit from Kraken’s large amount of cryptocurrency trading markets and increasingly low fees as trading volume increases.

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