Many journalists generally like to focus on the crypto industry’s positive side, which should not surprise you. Blockchain technology is changing so many areas of society, and countless success stories exist.
However, as with anything in life, the dark side also exists. This is especially true regarding blockchain projects and their associated investments.
Two people have been particularly active in attempting to sabotage legitimate projects such as Apollo Fintech: Sultan Kassam and Danny De Hek. In this article, we will examine their tactics, and the damage attempted on projects like Apollo Fintech.
A Worrying Sabotage Attempt
The first point of attack from Kassam and De Hek was to attempt to discredit the Apollo Fintech team by making false allegations about their backgrounds and qualifications.
They have made unfounded accusations that Stephen McCullah, the CEO of Apollo Fintech, is not the person he claims to be. The reality is that Steven McCullah is a real person and the CEO of Apollo Fintech. He has a very diverse background, which includes medical, mining, IT, and blockchain experience in the real world.
The next step was to create a false narrative about the project as a scam and then use fearmongering tactics to convince people not to invest in Apollo Fintech’s projects. This has been done through several channels, such as YouTube videos, social media posts, and Telegram campaigns.
Who Are De Hek & Kassam?
But who exactly are these two people attempting to sabotage a legitimate project?
Sultan Kassam is the person who has been spearheading the stalking, blackmailing, and other activities behind Apollo Fintech. He has so many Telegram accounts and manages three companies in England.
Danny De Hek is a controversial figure in the crypto space. His YouTube channel is popular with viewers, and his approach to crypto investment advice has been questioned. Look him up, and you’ll find multiple journalists and authors questioning his credibility.
He’s also been accused of using scare tactics to dissuade people from investing in crypto projects, which could be detrimental to the industry.
The Damage Attempted to Apollo Fintech and Other Projects
Kassam and De Hek’s attempts to sabotage legitimate projects are concerning. It has the potential to cause a huge amount of damage to the blockchain industry as a whole.
It is important for investors and users alike to be aware of these tactics and to always do their research before making any investment decisions.
Projects such as Apollo have so far managed to withstand these attempts to sabotage. This does not mean that we can tolerate these kinds of tactics, however. We must all be vigilant and speak out against such practices to protect the blockchain industry from people who attempt to damage it.
What Can We Learn From This Situation?
This situation should remind us all that there are always people out there who will try to take advantage of the crypto industry for their gain. We must remain vigilant and make sure we do our research before investing in any project.
We must also be aware of any attempts to discredit legitimate projects and call out such behavior when we see it. Only through vigilance and awareness can we protect ourselves and the industry from malicious actors.