Crypto is going great

There’s a 28-yr-old software engineer and Wikipedia editor, Molly White, who’s been running a muckraking crypto blog “Web3 is going great” http://web3isgoingreat.com (kind of the same thing I’ve been doing on Retirement Investing on www.retireearlyhomepage.com for the past 28 years.)

Washington Post has a profile on her.

First she documented the alt-right. Now she’s coming for crypto.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2022/05/29/molly-w…

Molly White, a veteran Wikipedia editor, is fast becoming the cryptocurrency world’s biggest critic.

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“There’s a 28-yr-old software engineer and Wikipedia editor, Molly White, who’s been running a muckraking crypto blog “Web3 is going great” http://web3isgoingreat.com (kind of the same thing I’ve been doing on Retirement Investing on www.retireearlyhomepage.com for the past 28 years.)”


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“There’s a 28-yr-old software engineer and Wikipedia editor, Molly White, who’s been running a muckraking crypto blog “Web3 is going great” http://web3isgoingreat.com (kind of the same thing I’ve been doing on Retirement Investing on www.retireearlyhomepage.com for the past 28 years.)”


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I left the “g” out of “going”

http://web3isgoinggreat.com

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Intercst,

Yep most of you here suspected as much even if you did not know the details.

Thing is most of the people invested know most of the details. Doesn’t stop them. Doesn’t stop a few of the cryptos.

As far as rug pulls to clarify that is offering to one day soon build a game offer merchandise etc…and then realizing as the developer you can not afford to build a game etc…

I do not offer anything but the NFTs and a very clearly marked merchandise store with a major fulfillment center behind it. There are no dumb promises. I have not ever been fraudulent but I have seen the block driving around it. The bulk of those doing the rug pulls do not mean to, they are kids who screw up trying to promise more than they can deliver.

The other stuff is more one off stuff mostly on a much larger scale. There can be major losses.

Who here has never invested in the equity of a business that went under? Throw a dart at the newspaper quotes on Wall Street that equity might not be here ten years from now.