BitMEX’s Arthur Hayes gets back with requires a blacklist of heritage money

 Previous BitMEX CEO Arthur Hayes has approached all inheritance brokers to "quit" of heritage exchanging stages and embrace the "Crypto Capital Markets." 

BitMEX prime supporter and previous CEO Arthur Hayes has gotten back from oust with a post on the subordinates trade's true blog requiring a blacklist of heritage stages following the GameStop dramatization. 

Hayes said the episode, where exchanging on Robinhood was stopped after retail dealers constrained a short press causing multifaceted investments to endure billions in misfortunes, showed that markets are stacked against retail merchants: 

"The game bosses simply didn't care for how the game was being played, so they raised edge to compel a course remedy," he said. 

The previous BitMEX CEO asked retail dealers merchant to "quit" of the heritage monetary framework for "Crypto Capital Markets":  

“Withdraw all your money from your broker. Stop trading. Stop paying the system that you believe treats you like a second-class citizen. That is opting out, and it is extremely powerful and liberating.”

The post follows a long time of quiet from Hayes — who went to ground a year ago after the U.S. Division of Justice and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission recorded charges against BitMEX chiefs in October for supposedly disregarding government hostile to illegal tax avoidance and know-your-client commitments and working an unregistered exchanging stage. 

The post didn't give any sign concerning his present whereabouts, and didn't address any of the allegations required against BitMEX. Notwithstanding, he obviously has BitMEX's authorization to post on its authority blog as he noticed that he plans to post on a fortnightly premise. 

Hayes' re-visitation of Crypto-Twitter interestingly since September was invited by numerous notables of the crypto area, including BitInstant organizer Charlie Shrem, Kraken's development lead Dan Held, Three Arrows Capital CEO Su Zhu, and Blockstream fellow benefactor and CEO, Adam Back 


 Notwithstanding, not every person offered Hayes a warm welcome, with Twitter-client "Ruler Ashdrake" answering to Hayes: "brother, shouldn't you resemble in prison or something?"

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