I would be careful about coinfire...in another article he used exerpts from a completely unrelated situation....he is just another fudder
If Garza was really running a scam with all the publicity he would already be gone...when the investment was at its highest. If it is a scam it is not a very good one.
I would be intrested in knowing what makes it so incredibly obvious, other than some of his bravado"20.00 floor" which would be better spent on system improvements...not creating a false floor.
I dont think he needs the msb license yet as paybase does not do fiat currency.
I would love to hear some feed back in a forum that is not a War Zone, some of the bitcoin purists have taken a war approach and claim they are trying to "save the industry...and noobs" I believe they
are full of yu know what and are only concerned that his business plan might actually come together and take a chuunk of btc with it.
I saw copies of tweets to Moe Levin at the conference asking for a better room.....but they did not respond to it and Moe LEvin is an executive in BitPay, which would also have an intrest in Garza not realizing his plan.
This is just stuff I have dugup watching the situation.....there are alot of people that stand to lose alot of money, problem is the btc people for lack of a better descriptor would be the cause more so than Garza.
Just as there is room for a product like bitshares which I am a big fan of, there is also room for another coin with retailer support and commercial backing. Therre is plenty of money for all without the nonsense this has turned into.
So...fire away....tell me the scam, and evidence.