Convincing the NBA to embrace a collectively-controlled investment in the form of the cryptocurrency Ethereum will be an extremely tall order.
“There is a gap of understanding between buyer and seller right now that is being used to exploit people,” Huntley said about why he created the site that he describes as an art project.
The $LGB website explains that the “Let’s Go Brandon” crypto is not a “s**t coin” but instead, it is a “coin that symbolizes the silent majority.”
Crypto fans defended the whole fiasco noting that credit card companies also charge fees of up to 5 percent for large transactions similar to the group’s “gas fees.”
Perhaps the tungsten cube phenomenon is a solution to the intangibility of cryptocurrency that can provide “cryptophiles” something real to touch?
Following the Wall Street trend of using bots, NPR’s Planet Money built its own stock-picking method in 2017 that invested money based on Trump’s tweets.