Man accidentally bought GayCoin instead of bitcoin, became gay and sues Apple

Man accidentally bought GayCoin instead of bitcoin, became gay and sues Apple

Sometimes you read really weird things (or a well-thought out marketing stunt). The Moscow Times wrote a remarkable story about a lawsuit filed against Apple. A Russian man demands 14,000 euros because he claims that his iPhone has made him homosexual.

Bitcoin confused with GayCoin

The newspaper writes that in 2017 D. Razumilov downloaded a cryptoapp on his iPhone. More people do that, nothing crazy for now.

He then wanted to buy bitcoin last summer, but instead bought GayCoin by accident. He says that when he bought this coin he got the message: “Don’t judge before you try it yourself.”

Do your own research

And he took that message very literally. The indictment against Apple says: “How can I condemn something without trying first? I have been entangled for months in a relationship with someone of the same sex. And now I have a boyfriend and I really have no idea how to explain this to my parents. “

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That escalated quickly (this sounds better in English).

Guilt from Apple, not from that app

It is Apple’s fault that he has become homosexual, according to his claim. Apple has manipulated Razumilov to become homosexual. Apple should have made it impossible for him to buy GayCoin. “It has changed my life, but not in a good way. My life will never be normal again. “

This is worth 14,000 euros

These changes have caused him moral and mental damage, damage worth one million rubles, which is approximately € 14,000.

His lawyer Sapizhat Gusnieva says that although the GayCoins come from an external app, Apple is still responsible.

The verdict of this exciting case is on October 17.

How do you get GayCoin?

If you are interested in GayCoin then you are unfortunately too late. The coin seems to be no longer available. Even CoinMarketCap, which has more than 2000 coins on it, does not mention GayCoin.

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Gaycoin (GAY) was traded on Comkort and Coinnext until 2015, these exchanges have since closed. An update of the original GayCoin was traded on Cryptopia in 2018. You may know that name, this is a New Zealand crypto exchange that was hacked in January of this year. More than 16 million dollars were seized and now this stock market is closed.

Or is it just good marketing?

The story could just be a good example of guerilla marketing. And if it’s really a marketing stunt, then the marketers deserve a compliment. Not many altcoins get the BBC and AD in the Netherlands to get appointed.


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