You wouldn’t funge a car.
Bitcoin is not the biggest problem in El Salvador right now — it’s Bukele using the gangs to go as full dictator as he thinks he can get away with.
Zelaya blames the war in Ukraine. Did all those buyers disappear? Surely they weren’t all freshly-sanctioned entities.
“Oh! Sweet mother of baby Jesus!” — a quote from one Salvadoran on seeing that Twitter video of the NFT casino.
El Salvador adopting Bitcoin wasn’t the particular Tether scam I originally thought — but it’s turning out to be a different, and bigger, one.
Bitfinex Securities will not charge a fee for this. They’re just being nice, see.
President Nayib Bukele is day-trading by phone with public funds and tweeting about it, and blowing hundreds of millions in public funds on magic beans.
Bitcoin fans are gullible. Talk to them about the future of money, throw in a few buzz words and they believe any garbage.
NFT promoters need to be forced to walk the streets ringing a bell, yelling “UNCLEAN,” and wearing a scarlet ฿.
“Sound stupid? Great, you’re all caught up.”