What's happening in crypto?
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1. The future is weird
Venezuela literally just crowdfunded a new sovereign currency, out 20 August.
Bet no one saw that coming a year ago.
2. The future is weird
Fake websites are robbing people of real fake money, even though most of the real real websites are statistically fake projects.
Odds are that on at least one occasion phishing scammers have stolen an exit scammer's customers. It's scam-ception.
3. The future is weird
You can now buy a share of a share in a company, which is exactly the same but completely different to having a share in a company.
"What is the sound of one hand clapping?" was never meant to be a legal question.
4. The future is weird
What's your favourite brand of currency?
The US dollar is pretty cool and commands a lot of brand loyalty. But scrappy startups like bitcoin are angling for the same industry.
5. The future is weird
Someone stole a crypto trader's phone number worth $24 million.
AT&T is now being sued because they were meant to keep the phone number safe, but didn't.
Ethereum price analysis: The future is weird
Ethereum, the gas that runs one of several promising world computers, has sunk against the US dollar in recent days.
The decline may be in part due to, like, everything.
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