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In some interesting news released by the Betoota Anthropological Society (BAS) today, it can be confirmed that 85% of friendship groups still have at least one mate banging on about cryptocurrency.
The report released today revealed that the overwhelming majority of people still have a mate who hasn’t given up on the possibility of buying a ‘Lambo’ with a form of digital currency.
A cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets.
Speaking to The Advocate today, one of the authors of the report explained that most people continue to have a mate who is still expecting a one-way ticket to the moon off the back of a random coin.
“Whether they are the type of person who starts preaching relentlessly at the end of the first round of beers, or the pest who is constantly sending articles arguing the utility of a decentralised peer to peer system with secure block chain technology, they are everywhere,” said the anthropologist Ethan Erriem.
One local crypto advocate who often spams his mates named Sam Linas, told The Advocate that he still can’t believe how many of his mates call him a ‘shill.’
“A few of them got burnt in the great Crypto rush of late 2017, and they’ve been off it ever since.”
“I mean, look, not everyone got rich out at Bendigo or Ballarat in the mid to late 1800’s,”
“But people still trust gold,” said full time real estate agent and aspiring DJ.
“And look, it’s fair to say that most of my shitcoins have gone down by roughly 90%, but at least my most promising investment Bridge Coin is safe because of the insured custody on the Mine Digital platform I use.”
“So despite the ‘Fear Uncertainty and Doubt’ spread by many of my mates, I’m still going to keep pumping the tires of cryptocurrency,” explained the young man who checks the markets on Mine Digital hourly.
He then continued on for a while using more words like decentralisation and blockchain, before letting out a loud ‘Fuck’ after finding out the promising Bridge Coin had nose dived again.
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