Podcast Episode 5: Did Josh Garza of GAW Miners Flee to Dubai?

Podcast Episode 5: Did Josh Garza of GAW Miners Flee to Dubai?

In this lengthy episode, the Roger Ver and OK Coin scandal rages on, with OK Coin now saying it has proof that it did not forge anything. Are these kinds of scandals good for cryptocurrency? Share your thoughts below. Also, an interview with Jonah Dorman and Allen Shinners, two gentlemen closely acquainted with the disgraced former CEO of GAW Miners, Josh Garza. Thank you for sharing and commenting on this podcast. We do appreciate it!


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