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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for September 27, 2021

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    stevesilver48  2 months ago

    I might be tempted to pay the guy who’ll tell me what the hell what e-currency even is if I can get my money back if he fails. And how much we talking here for his services?

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    Ken 2049 Premium Member 2 months ago

    I don’t trust any of the newer cryptocurrencies that came out after the popularity of Bitcoin.

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    sipsienwa Premium Member 2 months ago

    I don’t know what any of that stuff is.

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    Kveldulf  2 months ago

    Fungibles — are they the round grey things I get on my pizzas along with pepperoni and olives?

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    sirbadger  2 months ago

    Can I use doggy bitcoins here?

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    Concretionist  2 months ago

    ALL money is an agreed on shortcut. If you’re okay using paper money… or accepting a check from a customer… then you might be willing to deal with bitcoin or the like. But the distinction I make is that MONEY is a government monopoly (per country, more or less) and EVERYTHING ELSE has a value that translates to money. And if I want to play the stock market, that’s fine, but I don’t want to “play the e-currency market” and CALL it money. It’s an investment, not currency.

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    C  2 months ago

    A: pointless

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    Alexander the Good Enough  2 months ago

    How about can I have a non-fungible hot dog with everything? Can I pay with Federal Reserve Notes?

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    Cactus-Pete  2 months ago

    NFTs are nearly always purchased using Ethereum and not Bitcoin.

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    danketaz Premium Member 2 months ago

    Makes a nice change.

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    eastern.woods.metal  2 months ago

    Wiley must have been watching Lehto’s Law to find out what fungible means

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    eastern.woods.metal  2 months ago

    the price of e-currency is based on supply and demand. Watch what happens when the demand disappears.

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    eastern.woods.metal  2 months ago

    cryptocurrencies the ultimate pump and dump scheme

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    CheeYongPek  2 months ago

    I like how both of ’em uses the same umbrella. perhaps they are in this together. selling both the product and the “education”

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    jvo  2 months ago

    First you have to teach the customers why they need it. :D

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    jvo  2 months ago

    It used to be called advertising, but now it is a separate profit centre.

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    pcolli  2 months ago

    He’s a fun guy.

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    whahoppened  2 months ago

    I have NO faith in this!

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    Say What?  2 months ago

    If my landlord doesn’t accept it as rent payment, I’m not interested.

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    some idiot from R'lyeh Premium Member 2 months ago

    NFTs are easy to explain – they’re a link to a note on a server which may go away at any time, which right now says a particular file comes from a particular place.

    What’s more difficult to explain is why anyone should care, and the answer is that they probably shouldn’t.

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    defunctdoormat  2 months ago

    NFT and bitcoin aren’t the same thing. NFTs are most frequently associated with art. The first one I heard about was when some guy bought a million dollar NFT. It was unique. But the art was available for download to view, so what was the point? The guy that bought it said he didn’t have anything else to do with his money.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 2 months ago

    What the HELL is a bitcoin, anyway????

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    JohnCL  2 months ago

    An updated “Emperor’s New Clothes”.

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    LawrenceS  2 months ago

    I’ll queue up for that line. There is a sense all currencies are now backed by faith (the government of every country says its good, but there is no precious metal behind it as was once the case… Of course even ‘precious metal’ was an act of faith. Does silver have a real value – whatever that may mean – higher than iron). But crypto currency doesn’t even have a government saying, “This stuff is good.” The faith of fools trading it to one another as long as they believe hard enough that they can find another sucker to accept it. My question is why are people that dumb?

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 2 months ago

    They didn’t like moving from gold and silver coins to paper money. Then paper money to credit cards. Now we have computer money. I think the difference is that the banks guaranteed paper and cards. Why would we trust the internet?

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    sandpiper  2 months ago

    It’s based on the oldest commandment in selling, i.e. sell the sizzle and not the steak. [There’s a fill in the blank born every minute.]

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    1953Baby  2 months ago

    i saw that word once—in a Scientific American or other scientific magazine. . .hafta google it again. . .

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    Redd Panda  2 months ago

    Wow. Things have changed. When I was a kid, you couldn’t say ’’fungible’’ in public. Now, it’s everywhere.

    I see in the news, China is cracking down on ’’bitcoins’’. Blocking their use. What good is a currency, when the Govt. says you can’t use it?

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    scote1379 Premium Member 2 months ago

    NFTs are a Bubble that lives (?) in a Bitcoin Bubble that floats in a Cloud, near as I can tell they are all based on wishful thinking and Fairy Dust or maybe that Pot o Gold at the end of a Rainbow or in other words " Buyer Beware "

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    strictures  2 months ago

    To paraphrase Richard Pryor: Buying NFTs mean you have too much money!

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    kartis  2 months ago

    “How are you feeling today?”

    “Oh, fungible.”

    “I’m so sorry.”

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    Earnestly Frank  2 months ago

    Girls just want to have funge…

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    Linguist  2 months ago

    Ask the good folks in El Salvador about how happy they are about having Bitcoins as their National Currency.

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    Holden Awn  2 months ago

    Around the corner is a tax-person’s kiosk that says “Give It All To Me”.

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    Bruce1253  2 months ago

    Classic sign of an approaching down turn, when you have too much money chasing too few products. This time they decided to make up products. When the crash comes people will find that there is nothing behind the ‘coin and NFT’ they bought. Hold on to your real money and real products, this is going to be interesting.

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    christelisbetty  2 months ago

    Somewhere it the old toy chest, I have a fortune in “Monopoly money.”

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    gammaguy  2 months ago

    Who cares what they are, as long as they’re “fun”!

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    Buckeye67  2 months ago

    OK, I understand buying NFTs but why would someone buy Hunter Biden’s art.

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    chromosome Premium Member 2 months ago

    NFTs are things that won’t grow mold. I have a NFT shower curtain.

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    emftoots causing mischief again Premium Member 2 months ago

    Hey did any of y’all buy the original Bitcoin for $9 a share? I had no clue what it was, and probably couldnt have found an exchange where I could convert dollars to crypto. But based on all the fuss nowadays with all the e-currency (dogecoin, anyone?) I wish I had bought a share or two…..

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    Night-Gaunt49  2 months ago

    The fungibility of a given topic is dependent on the seriousness of it.

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    eddi_tbh  2 months ago

    What they are is the best way I’ve seen in decades to part fools and their money in large wads.

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    comixbomix  2 months ago

    Are we having funge yet?

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    tazmosis85  2 months ago

    NFT’s are the latest in scams and money laundering.

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    tinstar  2 months ago

    I have a bunch of pennies.

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    Daeder  2 months ago

    My cart says “Will tell non-fungible token merchants to go funge themselves for cash.”

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    thedogesl Premium Member 2 months ago

    It’s a full-employment program!

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    Hey guys: I’ve got some Florida swampland to sell you.

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    jim Premium Member 2 months ago

    Yes. It’s a contraction of “edible fungi.”

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