Joe Rogan Refused to Advertise Crypto Exchanges In The Past

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The leader of the world’s most famous podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience” recently shared how he avoided potential legal repercussions by refusing to take part in the promotion of a cryptocurrency exchange.

In an episode of the Tim Dillon Podcast, Rogan and his fellow comedian were talking about the FTX scandal.

At one point, Rogan claimed that he refused to participate in advertisements linked to cryptocurrencies.

The podcaster and UFC commentator did not specify which company he was talking about, but the flow of the conversation implies that it might have been FTX itself.

“I refused the advertisements,” Rogan told Tim Dillon. “There was a few of those crypto [exchanges].

“And I’m like ‘uh-uh’, that’s not real,” he continued. “I’m not getting involved in telling people to put their money in something that I don’t f–king believe.

However, despite what might appear, Rogan is likely just not a fan of cryptocurrency companies.

The podcaster has been an avid bitcoin supporter in the past. He first discussed the world’s largest cryptocurrency in 2014. In addition, in 2016, Rogan told Andreas Antonopoulos that he was “all in” on team Bitcoin when the price was still under $1,000.

Celebrities Involved in the FTX Lawsuit

Following the FTX debacle, a lot of celebrities linked to the promotion of the cryptocurrency exchange were also under heat.

After the company went bankrupt, billions of dollars in customer funds were lost. These catastrophic losses resulted in a class-action lawsuit against FTX by its former investors.

The lawsuit also accuses the celebrities hired to promote the exchange.

According to the suit, these celebrities are guilty of promoting a “Ponzi scheme”. The lawsuit states that “Part of the scheme employed by the FTX Entities involved utilizing some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment, to raise funds and drive American consumers to invest.”

Among the celebrities involved, Shaquille O’Neal, Larry David, Tom Brady, and even Giselle Bündchen are accused of false advertisement of a Ponzi scheme.

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