My Joke Cryptocurrency Hit $2 Billion and Something Is Very Wrong - Motherboard


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My Joke Cryptocurrency Hit $2 Billion and Something Is Very Wrong
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7 days ago by jamescampbell
Jackson Palmer is an Australian entrepreneur and technologist best known for creating the infamously successful “joke” cryptocurrency Dogecoin. Currently based…
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8 days ago by fogus
Even dogecoin’s creator is sad to see cryptocurrencies become such a bubble
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9 days ago by romac
When I jokingly tweeted about “investing in Dogecoin” in late 2013, I never imagined that the tongue-in-cheek cryptocurrency I had just brought into the world would still be around in the year 2018, let alone hit a $2 billion market cap like it just did over the weekend. via Pocket
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9 days ago by keithprime
Last year saw an explosion of interest and investment in cryptocurrencies across the board, so it’s tempting to see 2017 as the best year to date for the industry. But I feel it is shortsighted to mistake this explosive growth as being sustainable—in fact, I feel 2017 was arguably the worst year for cryptocurrencies yet. To understand why, let’s revisit what I learned from the currency I created as a joke.
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9 days ago by jchris
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9 days ago by kitoconnell
My Joke Cryptocurrency Hit $2 Billion And Something Is Very Wrong via Instapaper http://ift.tt/2DmAxu7
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9 days ago by TypingPixels
Everything that's wrong with cryptocurrencies, in one article.
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10 days ago by david.nguyen