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Remember when Gary Gensler was being posted daily in this sub, before becoming SEC Chair?

I just noticed something.

Before Gary Gensler became SEC Chair, I was seeing a lot of posts in here with several of his videos, and how a bank guy was diving in and teaching about blockchain.

Btw the classes are available here [https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/sloan-school-of-management/15-s12-blockchain-and-money-fall-2018/video-lectures/](https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/sloan-school-of-management/15-s12-blockchain-and-money-fall-2018/video-lectures/).

Now we only see him as “the sec chair”, and nobody mentions his teachings any more.

I have 2 theories about this:

* People stopped mentioning him because he is “now the enemy” in a sense.
* SEC flooded the subreddit with him before making him Chairman, in order for people to get accustomed/familiarized with him and you know, be more open to SEC’s ideas?

Just opening a discussion, let me know what you think!



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  1. >SEC flooded the subreddit with him before making him Chairman, in order for people to get accustomed/familiarized with him and you know, be more open to SEC’s ideas?

    No offense, but that’s one of the dumbest conspiracy theories I’ve yet seen.

  2. I think we are just wary of him.

    There is a lot of fraud on Wall Street, but he wants to put bitcoin and altcoins into the spotlight. Ok. A tussle we knew would be coming. But he can’t seem to take Wall Street rats and banks out to the woodshed. Instead he seems to have a stick ready to use on us.

    So, I would say we are just wary.

What do you think?

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