Why is Brock Pierce Leading the “Official Delegation of Bitcoin” in El Salvador?

Something is happening in the state of El Salvador. The first country to announce the BTC legal tender received none other than the infamous Brock Pierce. An "official delegation of bitcoin ambassadors" reportedly met with President Bukele and other government officials. However, is there such a thing as "official delegation" of a decentralized protocol? No not. And the entire Bitcoin community is confused about the situation. Related literature | How El Salvador Embraces Bitcoin Means “Separation of Money and State” This is the tweet that sparked the debate: I am honored to lead this official delegation of Bitcoin ambassadors in El Salvador to inform the government about how Bitcoin, Blockchain and technology can make a better future @MilenaMayorga @nayibbukele #Bitcoin pic.twitter.com/weIFGyTbPy — Brock Pierce (@brockpierce) June 16, 2021 To wrap up the idea, Pierce said: He has been visiting in an official capacity since the Covid quarantines began. We are happy to make history together!” The character has been involved in blockchain technology since 2013. The two most famous projects he is a part of are the stablecoin Tether and the EOS.io protocol. A class action lawsuit regarding the latter is still pending. Coindesk Informs: Attorney General of Crypto Assets Opportunity Fund Blames Block.one CEO Brendan Blumer, CTO Dan Larimer, Former CSO Brock Pierce and Former Partner Ian Grigg of Misleading Investors About Token Sale and Claiming Compensation. The company had already "settled with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and agreed to pay $24 million in compensation for an unregistered sale of securities in exchange for waiving legal restrictions." "However, investors who lost money filed a private lawsuit against Block.one." This isn't even next to the most obvious accusation against Mr. Pierce, but we're not going.

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