Shitcoin Newsletter #96 - Hacks, Autists & Wheelbarrows
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Shitcoin.com newsletter. Sit back relax and enjoy our commentary on guns, hacks, wheelbarrows and more. It’s an eclectic mix of content. A cracker of a newsletter if you will.
First up, you probably saw Ken and Karen armed outside of their house. If you are in the Bitcoin citadel, who do you have on your team? Get involved in the poll!
Other big news this week comes from the world of DeFi. One non-custodial portfolio balancing solution, Balancer Labs was hit for $500k. Yikes. Here’s the lowdown.
This almost seems like a regular occurrence now. Who cares about a few hundred thousand disappearing here and there? It’s all a part of the process guys.
Crypto skeptic David Gerard re-iterated how nuts this is.
Does all of the hacking make you want to pick up a shirt?
Now to Craig. This week, news surfaced that a judge has accepted that he is autistic. This should come as no surprise considering the crypto space is full of autists.
It’s probably a good time to remind us all of the wheelbarrow of degrees Craig has.
Meanwhile BCH has been reaching new audiences. Some BCH developers, including Josh Ellithorpe, who we are big fans of, had an AMA with the Chinese community.
And the hiring continues! PayPal caused a stir this past week as they announced the hiring of cryptography engineers. What does this mean exactly? Tim was on the case.
It appears there were some mixed signals.
Good point Andreas.
And to round this one off, Romano reminded you all that people don’t get girlfriends by selling BTC under $9,000.