After Bitcoin’s recent retracement, the debate on CNBC’s Fast Money over the cryptocurrency became heated with RiskReversal.com editor Dan Nathan telling Evercore ISI technician Rich Ross to “go piss off” after he criticized the recent performance.
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Ross has stated previously he believes Bitcoin is a substandard investment choice and gave the example on the program of Boeing’s 200% gains since 2016.
Nathan characterized Ross as “glib” for ignoring Bitcoin’s gain of over 1000% in 2017 alone.
“You’ve been wrong, so don’t say that I’m glib,” Ross said.
That’s when Nathan came in with the comment:
“You don’t know what I’ve done, you don’t know what my call is, so go piss off, seriously.”
Fast Money has been criticized in the past for unexpectedly converting from a bullish outlook on Bitcoin to becoming bearish on the largest cryptocurrency and backing Bitcoin Cash.
In December, the official Fast Money Twitter began tweeting publications that condemned the original cryptocurrency and even went as far as to tell followers to “deal with” the increased usage of Bitcoin Cash.