QAnon influencers defraud followers millions of money in a crypto trading scheme

  • It was discovered that people have lost millions with a man committing suicide after losing $100,000 in the scheme.
  • A former admin for a WhipLash347/QSI-affiliated investment chat disclosed to Logically that they use genuine news, official pages, and statements from banks to deceive followers. 

A group of data scientists and developers known as Logically have in an investigation revealed that two so-called QAnon influencers spearheaded a scheme that cost their followers millions of dollars. These influencers use two separate Telegram channels – WhipLash347 and Quantum Stellar Initiative (QSI), to provide a weekly curated list of domains and tokens on the stellar network to the members. They also provide information on the banks, fintech companies, etc backing these tokens. 

A former admin for a WhipLash347/QSI-affiliated investment chat disclosed to Logically that they use genuine news, official pages, and statements from banks to deceive followers. Also, most companies have refuted and disassociated themselves from claims that they created tokens. The cryptocurrency company Pendulum recently responded to Tang that it did not issue tokens. 

Whiplash targets patriot-types, Q followers, financial Replacement Value enthusiasts, and the like. He uses current events, Q posts, cryptic crap, and news to duct tape it all to the QSI shitcoins.

They claim to have access to secret military intelligence, hence, they know which asset would do well. WhipLash347 channel has 277,000 subscribers, and QSI has 30,000 subscribers. In addition, there is a large central chat for QSI with more than 10,000 subscribers.

These groups are controlled by WhipLash347 and PatriotQakes (Emily Tang).

QAnon influencers claim to have ties with Elon Musk

WhipLash347 has claimed to have close ties with Tesla CEO Elon Musk, former US President Donald Trump, and the late John F. Kennedy. The investigation also led to the discovery that Tang has brainwashed her followers that aliens want them to trade cryptos as they also speculated about UFOs and the “white hats”. 

As an on-ramp to familiarize ourselves with the quantum financial system until we can evolve into 5D and trade assets with our consciousness. How crazy is that?

It was discovered that people have lost millions with a man committing suicide after losing $100,000 in the scheme. 

An effort to receive a response from the leaders of the group has been infertile, however, a former investor identified as  “Cutter”, currently running a Twitter page to expose WhipLash347 disclosed to reporters that:

He (the person behind WhipLash347) has created a huge list of cryptos with now dead domains, as well as bogus white papers claiming to be affiliated with real companies. We’ve talked to so many of the coins’ real creators that he mimics through copycat assets who have to continually tell people WhipLash is full of shit.

He also mentioned that all information is under non-disclosure agreements. This means all affiliates are not permitted to talk until the “event”. He further disclosed that anyone who raises questions is kicked out of the group by the so-called QAnon influencers. This does not affect the group as new people join to replace those who exit. 

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