This is my first video .. I hope I can win the trust of many here, in this first video, I will highlight a very serious problem for Venezuelans
Those who are taking advantage of the platform to make money with the Venezuelan crisis please pay attention
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I am only able to guess what you are talking about since I can't speak Spanish. I am willing to upvote for visibility. Please consider adding a simple English summary. Thank you.
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Excellent your video and the constructive criticism that you make about what we are seeing more frequently in the social networks of cryptocurrency communities such as Bitcoin Cash, where many Venezuelans are dedicating themselves to publishing content asking for donations, taking advantage, many times , of the charity and the good faith of the members of these communities and benefiting in a very shameless way obtaining easy money with the least effort. In my opinion, these people are showing the world an image that does not represent us as Venezuelans, and it hurts the valuable work that some of us do with real projects, such as EatBCH.
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@Satoshi Doodles, if you watch the video at YouTube and use the subs, pick the auto subs first, then the other one and pick English auto translate, it'll get decent translation this way, this is what I did and it works... not perfect but its alright.
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Brave from you. Thank you. I can not spaek so well, but I understood almost everything.
I will be watching your videos and improving my Spainsh!!! Thanks for that as well.
Gracias Roberto. Muy bien, desde tu corazon.
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Great video response to the fake charity projects and/or initiatives that arise in the BCH ecosystem claiming to be of help to the Venezuelan People when they are not.
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I still am not sure, that people came to the right conclusion relating to the alleged fake charity incident. I am still in contact with him and while communicating with him is really a problem, nothing of his actions actually look like fraudulent to me. While everybody can decide on his own, who to trust, I want to however add, that accusing someone of being a scam, without real proof is not justified. You think it's fishy? I get it, but I think coins for clothes, BCF and even eatBCH were just not sure enough to standup for them, themselves being vigilant, not to destroy their reputation. I want to add, that many people right now have in mind, that the majority came out and made a final word on that guy's credibility. But at least I want you to know, that I am still thinking, this person was genuinely trying to help and actually also tried to provide proof, that is, while not 100% secure (face it: eatBCH isn't fool proof either, we just chose to trust them) already a good enoguh proof for me. This whole "you can just photoshop text on that paper, it proves nothing" concept is an absolutely irrelevant and short sighted pretence of an argument to make it easier for you, to deal with contrary evidence. I ask all of you guys, to go through all the posts he made and look at all the pictures.
Fake or not, someone was there, took pictures and fed people. To think, that they go somewhere making pictures of eating people holding up a sign, just to fool people, might be the easiest logical conclusion, but it's just as an assumptive thing to say, than him just making these pictures after buying stuff for them. He also made pictures of the food, he bought, he talked about medicine needed etc. and after some of us asking him to include signs with dates, he did this, too. I have at least as many reasons to believe, that this guy isn't faking all of this, as some , who seem to have numerous pretty shortsighted reasons not to trust him. Yeah whatever, before this gets to be a pointless rant, I just want to tell you guys, that he is still not a proven scammer and I am talking to him on PM and I for one am still waiting for him to deliver the same amount of proof, you guys were comfortable with with eatBCH. I asked him to make a video of the hospital, that he is going to and interview the doctors, since this was also a suggestions of someone, who wants more proof. Also to include txid in the signs, whenever he buys something with the donated funds. I think we have not yet achieved an easy way to provide clearity and proof, so stuff like this doesn't need to be sorted out this way, but we are all willing to trust eatBCH, I simply see no reason to trust someone less, if he provides at least the same amount as proof, as others do. p.s: the project that guy is doing has a far bigger road map and therefore asks for a far higher amount of money. this is not about making some arepas, this is about also buying medicine for patients with all sorts of disease and ages, delivering around the country.
Guess, what I want to say and based on my expierence as mediator: chances are higher, that he was just incompetent to run such a project in a professional manner or at least not able or knowledgeable to provide sound proof of his charity's legitimacy, than chances, that he is a scammer.
thanks for considering
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@DerAubenseiter Excuse me but I think you're confused .. I do not know who you mean .. At no time did I refer to an account or profile .. the criticism is for everyone ... the people who do charity will continue to do it and in fact my video is to defend them ..
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Buenas amigo, disculpame por la pregunta que te hare ya que no tiene que ver con el tema que estas planteando, pero quisiera saber ¿como sacar mis BCH de mi cuenta de yours.org? No se si me puedes ayudar
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