Crypto from Bank to Ruin ChainLink Reputation

David Kemp

Being honest and fair is one of the important features that every business has to have if it wants to attract clients and keep customers for a long time. Loyal users trust their providers and there are many organizations and institutions that we address and consult. We usually find them trustworthy and reliable without suspecting them of anything bad. On the other hand, you can never know what might be going inside such corporations.

We all know that competition and rivalry lead to various serious problems – this is what can ruin contacts and relationships. Companies that provide similar ranges of services tend to find different ways to make their competitors look less appealing. If competition and rivalry are fair and honest, then it’s a healthy environment where each participant is doing all possible to improve, provide better quality, a wide spectrum of services, and offer better terms and conditions. In other instances, competitors apply dishonest practices.

Then they involve bribes, money, and people who are ready to assist them for a certain amount of money.

Zeus Capital is one of the hottest topics nowadays and many mass media reports announce that the bank has been trying to bribe members of the Crypto Twitter payment society. Their target was ChainLink – the company about which the bank wanted to spread fake news through the community’s participants.

As crypto market analysts have lately mentioned, ChainLink has hit a new record high price and this is what might have made the bank feel less safe and secure. Zeus made itself heard by publishing a notice where its executives claim that LINK was just another risky scam.

Next, the bank’s representatives tried to find people who would help them promote negative information about the platform through numerous Twitter advertisements and posts. Many journalists refer all those who are looking for more details about the event to sources andscreenshots displayed on Twitter.

Irresponsible Attitude and Consequences

There is evidence that proves how Zeus Capital got in touch with popular people and influencers offering them a reward for publishing a fake ‘research paper’ and negative facts about ChainLink. Melker is one of the bank’s targets who have received an offer for a fee. Actually, the bank is interested in those who have many followers – they wish the news to reach as many people as possible.

It is reported that Josh Rager has also received a similar proposal but decided it right toignore it. Identicalmessages have been sent to other Twitter users and their followers. According to specialists, the fake and negative information has reached quite a large audience so far. Some of the influencers contacted by the firm have over one hundred thousand fans.

More responsible people would ignore the offer while others, with a smaller audience, didn’t mind posting a chart illustrating negative data and statistics related to LINK. The firm offered five Bitcoin, which is approximately fifty-five thousand dollars. There are a few cases where people agreed to collaborate with the company and post updates about ChainLink.

However, some analysts admit that the tactics that the bank opted for may have quite the opposite effect. According to many users, this sort of incident makes platforms even more popular and famous. As a result, more and more people start thoroughly research and study the charts and diagrams. Finally, they find out the real facts and trust the attacking side less willingly.