A couple of months ago, a man in a red shirt sat down in front of his computer and started reading an article about cryptocurrencies.
The man was fascinated by cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin, and was intrigued by the idea of an anonymous currency.
After reading the article, he went online to look for a place where he could buy Bitcoins, and came across the website, Anabaptism.com.
He clicked on the “Buy Bitcoins” button and bought about $30 worth of Bitcoins, all of which he then sold.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Anacaptism founder James Lee described his site as a “safe place” for people to buy and sell Bitcoin, but it also features a disclaimer that says “Anabaptists are encouraged to discuss the importance of the Lord Jesus Christ and the teachings of the Bible.”
In addition to Anabactics, Lee also owns The Anabapist and The Woman’s Home, both of which feature women’s magazines.
Lee also said he’s not a “member of the alt-right,” a white nationalist group whose members espouse anti-Semitic, anti-immigrant, and anti-Muslim views.
He explained that his group doesn’t have a problem with any of those groups, but he has a problem when they use the internet to promote ideas that harm the LGBTQ community.
The internet is not a safe space, Lee told the WSJ.
“When people do it, they’re very harmful, and we’ve seen a lot of it in the past, when they’ve been inciting violence and causing violence against LGBTQ people, or when they have made violent threats.”