Andrew Tate has won an appeal, forcing a court to reassess $10M in assets seized last year… including 21 bitcoin that’s now up 88%.
Carlson suggested that Tate would have been branded a “hero” if he’d launched a fraudulent crypto or perpetrated a “massive financial crime.”
According to a press release, police want to take Tate’s bitcoin, worth $560k, along with high-end cars, properties, and a number of watches.
Despite claiming that he definitely doesn’t promote shitcoins, back in 2021, Andrew Tate was really into dog-based meme coin Floki Inu.
Andrew Tate and his controversial past could prove to be a potential problem for bitcoin or any other crypto with designs on total legitimacy.
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