Activist Group Just Stop Ordinals Plans to Protest Nashville Bitcoin Conference

Activist Group Just Stop Ordinals Plans to Protest Nashville Bitcoin Conference

Nashville – Traditional transaction activists from Just Stop Ordinals have announced plans to protest at the Bitcoin 2024 Conference July 25-27 in Nashville, Tennessee organized by Bitcoin Magazine, who they say are to blame for the spam clogging the mempool and Bitcoin blocks.

"No one can call Bitcoin Magazine a Bitcoin friendly organization while they're actively sponsoring and supporting spam on the Blockchain" the group posted on Nostr alongside a video apparently showing a protest from 2023.

Just Stop Ordinals organizers told The Bugle that they plan to blockade the area near the exhibit hall during the conference in an effort to hold Bitcoin Magazine, who recently published its Inscriptions issue, accountable for what they say is their duty as the industry's chief publication to protect Bitcoin from shitcoiners.

"Number one, no more subsidies for JPEG spammers. No more BRC-20 issuance. No more spamming, including witness data. No ability for the shitcoin industry to continue to spam, period, it ends," Just Stop Ordinals said.

The group is asking protesters and meme gangs to join them and to congregate at a Coke vending machine in the conference food court, in the Music City Center where the conference is being held.

The laser eye maxi led group of activists has protested online for most of the last few months leading up to this announcement.

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