Sometimes, in crypto twitter, you shake your head and proclaim “you couldn’t make this shit up”. That is exactly the kind of story this is. You couldn’t make this stuff up. Just because of its sheer stupidity.
Ian Balina received Quarkchain and Mainframe tokens into the same ether wallet that he claimed got hacked and then transferred those tokens to his Binance account.
Like we said, you can’t make this stuff up.
One of crypto twitters well known ‘sharp eyes’ caught it and put out a tweet late last night calling him out. Here is that tweet:
So let’s get something out of the way here – anyone who is serious about crypto knows that Balina is a clown show. But the jury was out on whether or not he was a fraud and scam artist. This stunt proves that without a doubt.
Whatever his reason for executing a scam/hack – be it avoiding taxes, dumping on his followers, or just begging for more attention – he’s proven himself to not only be a clown show but a first-rate fraudster as well. And we haven’t even touched the quick and dirty deposits into his Binance account shortly after these tokens were deposited to the allegedly hacked ether wallet. Shame.
He’s also proven himself to be enormously ‘unintelligent’ when it comes to this particular scam and the hack he alleged. To keep the same ether wallet in circulation is famously stupid. So stupid that it falls under the “you can’t make this stuff up” category.
If you hadn’t already figured it out, Balina’s opinion and ‘expertise’ should be removed from your crypto feed as quickly as possible. Dude has been proven to be a certifiable fraud.