An anonymous Twitter user who goes by the username @BTCHODLVirginia took to Twitter last week to complain about all the "shitcoiners" and "fiat maximalists" hurting the BTC price. Shortly after tweeting an angry storm about SBF and Berry Silbert, @BTCHODLVirginia tweeted that "We are never going under $17k again, goodbye cheap sats."
@BTCHODLVirginia's sentiment seems to be a theme in a certain subset of Bitcoin Twitter. You can see it in CEO of Swan Bitcoin's Cory Klipsten's Twitter posts where people decry "shitcoin scammers."
Another trend that @BTCHODLVirginia has been a part of is posting their NOSTR public key, as well as pictures of their weekly $25 "stacks" on Swan. A "stack" or the act of "stacking" is a term used by a large portion of Bitcoin twitter referring to individuals giving up all their personal information to some entity in order to exchange money from their bank account for Bitcoin.
A large contingency of Bitcoin Twitter has been publicly celebrating the act of "Stacking" by posting public pictures of their purchases on Twitter. They have been participating in something called a stack chain which appears to be some sort of peer pressure campaign in an attempt to get individuals to use products like Swan and Strike as well as to collectively try to raise the price of Bitcoin.