Moshe Hogeg, CEO of Sirin Labs, who received $ 157 million in ICO in December to develop a Blockchain-based phone, reacted because of tweets about Palestine.
Yesterday, the famous Palestinian model Gigi Hadid shared tweets from social media accounts, condemning Israeli attacks and making peace calls.
Today, the Sirin Labs Israeli CEO cites a tweet about Hadid's Palestine from his personal Twitter account, There is, therefore, a leader of thought. There is no limit to foolishness. Do not you want to die? Do not try to kill. Easy. "
She has a pretty face so she's an opinion leader. Stupidity has no limits.
Do not wanna die? Do not try to kill. Easy. #freestupidity https://t.co/wCokT8VQKg
– Moshe Hogeg (@moshehogeg) May 17, 2018
The CEO who made a second tweet on this,
This is our neighbors, nice people overall … using a proven photograph and adding the username of Gigi Hadid. Moshe Hogeg (@ moshehogeg) May 17, 2018
These statements, which are Hogeg's anti-Palestinian disinformation, show that crypto-money users his reaction. Some of them called Sirin Labs a boycott.
After the CEO's sharing, boycotting calls would have been partially effective, as Sirin Labs' token SRN fell to close to 10 percent. Currently, 1 SRN is being processed at 38 cents.
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