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When Elon Musk Bought Twitter, Guess What Happened
Today, at 1 p.m. EST, Ryan Gerardi and I will match wits as we discuss Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter, Ford’s electric vehicle, and the top 80 cryptosocial media platforms and protocols. You’re invited to join us on The MTC Show. Live!
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One Ethereum NFT creator lost $34 million on a smart contract error. That’s because smart contract developers aren’t focused on security. And yet some people are disappointed that Ethereum’s Merge has been delayed again. Instead, they should be happy that somebody working on a blockchain is trying to get it right before implementation.
Crypto miners in Galveston, Texas surreptitiously planted mining rigs on six different ISD campuses. The rigs were placed by a district employee who has since resigned. The article doesn’t say it was a teacher (and probably wasn’t), but what an opportunity to teach children real-world economic principles. They should offer a course on crypto mining.
Goings on in the metaverse: The Bored Ape Yacht Club was hacked. An Instagram phishing scam produced $3 million in returns for the hackers. Nike introduced its metaverse sneakers and they’re selling for $8,000. Wanna go for a run? The National Football League has released a new NFT collection on Polygon. DC Comics will use a Caped Crusader NFT to influence its story line. Virtual doctors at an NFT clinic can’t give real medical advice. One question every parent must answer is whether their toddler needs an NFT. Isn’t the metaverse the place you’d really like to be?
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First published at Cryptocracy. Not to be construed as financial advice.