Ok, hear me out on this.
Make a coin. A non-crypto coin. It’s just a ledger in a relational database.
Make it a stablecoin.
Make it stable at $0. Any time anyone tries to exchange the coins for anything of value, we generate so many more coins so that they are always worthless.
The point is that it’s a satirical interactive art kind of thing.
YouTube shitbag Jake Paul is broke.
I was trying to remember what else Jake did recently (aside from this), then I remembered I responded to one of his Tweets a few days ago.
Well, #3 certainly explains his outburst.
That tweet has a real “Thanks Obama ” vibe. Like, back before the meme got repurposed as sarcasm, when Obama was blamed for everything. None of those are controllable by any President and I’m not sure what #5 is even talking about, I’m sure it is some right-wing conspiracy around CRT/Political Correctness/Biden is old and senile.
Still, it pus a really fine point on something that’s been bugging me as the Republicans are gearing up for the 2022 elections which is a version of this sentiment: “there are things happening in the country that nobody likes and it is all obvious Biden’s fault.” Ugh. Yes, there was a lot I blamed Trump for or pointed to decisions/behavior that were related/connected to bad things happening. But there were real concrete cause & effect, not just “bad things are happening so it must be Trump’s fault.”
It just feels like such a facile partisan argument that everything from inflation to Russia to drought in the western US being Biden’s incompetence and/or evil machinations! And I worry that too many voters won’t do 2 seconds of research to find out how unsupported those claims are and instead decide “I guess it must be time to vote some more Republicans into Congress!”
That’s almost literally what happened to Terra and Luna.
But on purpose.
Our blockchain can’t fail. The only weakness would be if two few parties had the majority of votes in the consensus algorithm.
It’d be a shame if something were to happen to those two addresses…
Well, more importantly, too much more and those two addresses can 50%+1 attack the whole chain.
This is kind of an update/response to Dan Olson’s video from earlier this year.
Turns out cryptobros won’t even read research papers that show why NFTs are a scam. lol
Gee, I wonder if there’s a connection…?