After recently entering the crypto room, Barstool Sports’ founder, who became a stock trader, Dave Portnoy, doesn’t seem quite ready to trade Bitcoin (BTC) just yet.
“They’re killing me in Bitcoin” Portnoy said in one Video Posted on August 21st on Twitter. “It took me months to understand the stock market, I’ll admit that.” said. “I went in, I lost money, that’s what happens in Bitcoin”, added, Indication that they are unwilling to waste time on the asset to understand it, which indicates a lack of time available.
Portnoy also called on the Proponents of Chainlink (LINK) to also known as Link Marines, a scam. “Everyone sells it” he said, pointing to the community’s perception of property. “I didn’t throw anything”, Portnoy said. “I tried to pump – everything is falling over”, added.
“I don’t need that, I know how the exchange works. I own the exchange. This bitcoin – I don’t trust this market at all. At the end of the day, I may no longer be there and never come back.” Bitcoin people want to keep my money, they do better today, otherwise I’ll get ready. “
Later on August 21 Portnoy tweeted His exit from BTC resulted in a loss of $ 25,000 during trading. Several attendees from the room came forward to comment on Bitcoin’s departure from Portnoy. Something From this, the internet personality was attacked for her inability to stay strong during the asset price crash.
Portnoy, also known as Davey Day Trader for his antics in stock trading, has previously voiced his lack of knowledge of crypto. He hosted the Gemini cryptocurrency exchange founders, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, at his home on Aug. 13 for a further education in the industry. Portnoy discussed LINK and other issues with the Winklevoss twins. According to reports, $ 250,000 will be set aside for cryptocurrency trading.
Just a few days later, the Barstool founder was deeply immersed in the crypto game. Idealization of “pump and dumps” systems. Until August 18th BTC generated $ 98,000 in revenue and called itself the King of Bitcoin while forecasting revenues in the millions for the coming months.