Wall Street Analyst Samson Mow Claims CNBC Is Pumping and Dumping BCH
Wall Street Analyst Samson Mow Claims That CNBC Is Pumping and Dumping Altcoins on Their Viewers On Twitter
Do you know Samson Mow? He is a Wall Street analyst with more than 75 thousand followers and an active interest for the cryptocurrency market. Just a few hours ago, Mow has collected some tweets about how CNBC was “pumping and dumping” altcoins on their viewers and asked for people to provide more tweets.
Collecting some gems for @SEC_Enforcement @SEC_News to take a closer look at @CNBCFastMoney @CNBC pumping and dumping altcoins on their viewers. Enough is enough. If you have more tweets, post below and I’ll add them to the Moment. ⚖️ https://t.co/i42MeDK91P
— Samson Mow (@Excellion) May 22, 2018
He created a Twitter Moments to illustrate the case.
Accusations Against CNBC on Twitter Moments
Samson Mow has announced that @CNBCFastMoney was dumping BCH and accepting bribes to market the altcoin to investors. He tipped the SEC about it and went on about how CNBC only highlighted when BCH was on the rise but ignored when its price was falling.
The chain of tweets goes on and on about how biased the company is in favor of Bitcoin Cash and stating connections between the company and the cryptocurrency. They also pointed that Gaby Wasensteiner, marketing manager of the CNBC, is married to Paul Wasensteiner, which is the CEO of the Bitcoin Cash Fund.
At the time of this report, neither the SEC, Gaby Wasensteiner nor the CNBC has released any statement about this particular issue.