Reaching peak insanity

in life •  2 years ago 

Same trappings, different kind of cheese
During the 2017 bull run, we saw NFT's make a big splash in the form of crypto kitties that nearly brought down the entire Ethereum chain as people FOMO'd into the frenzy. Then bull turned to bears, and where are crypto kitties now? Ain't worth shit, and most people have moved on.

This time around, what do we have? Oh, another bull run and another chance to get on the NFT bandwagon. This time, however, it's not digital cats; it's graphic and art NFT's.

Reaching peak insanity
The madness has escalated into mainstream media with the 3LAU sale of $11 million in NFT and Justin Sun offering to buy Jack Dorseys first Tweet for $2 Million. Humans tend to have a bias towards number go up if the number goes up, it means its legit. We've seen this play out time and time again with bubbles and Ponzi schemes.

If their fiat value is X and now is X2, that means it's legit; forget about all the underlying issues at play.

Same trappings, different kind of cheese
During the 2017 bull run, we saw NFT's make a big splash in the form of crypto kitties that nearly brought down the entire Ethereum chain as people FOMO'd into the frenzy. Then bull turned to bears, and where are crypto kitties now? Ain't worth shit, and most people have moved on.

This time around, what do we have? Oh, another bull run and another chance to get on the NFT bandwagon. This time, however, it's not digital cats; it's graphic and art NFT's.

Reaching peak insanity
The madness has escalated into mainstream media with the 3LAU sale of $11 million in NFT and Justin Sun offering to buy Jack Dorseys first Tweet for $2 Million. Humans tend to have a bias towards number go up if the number goes up, it means its legit. We've seen this play out time and time again with bubbles and Ponzi schemes.

If their fiat value is X and now is X2, that means it's legit; forget about all the underlying issues at play.Same trappings, different kind of cheese
During the 2017 bull run, we saw NFT's make a big splash in the form of crypto kitties that nearly brought down the entire Ethereum chain as people FOMO'd into the frenzy. Then bull turned to bears, and where are crypto kitties now? Ain't worth shit, and most people have moved on.

This time around, what do we have? Oh, another bull run and another chance to get on the NFT bandwagon. This time, however, it's not digital cats; it's graphic and art NFT's.

Reaching peak insanity
The madness has escalated into mainstream media with the 3LAU sale of $11 million in NFT and Justin Sun offering to buy Jack Dorseys first Tweet for $2 Million. Humans tend to have a bias towards number go up if the number goes up, it means its legit. We've seen this play out time and time again with bubbles and Ponzi schemes.

If their fiat value is X and now is X2, that means it's legit; forget about all the underlying issues at play.
Same trappings, different kind of cheese
During the 2017 bull run, we saw NFT's make a big splash in the form of crypto kitties that nearly brought down the entire Ethereum chain as people FOMO'd into the frenzy. Then bull turned to bears, and where are crypto kitties now? Ain't worth shit, and most people have moved on.

This time around, what do we have? Oh, another bull run and another chance to get on the NFT bandwagon. This time, however, it's not digital cats; it's graphic and art NFT's.

Reaching peak insanity
The madness has escalated into mainstream media with the 3LAU sale of $11 million in NFT and Justin Sun offering to buy Jack Dorseys first Tweet for $2 Million. Humans tend to have a bias towards number go up if the number goes up, it means its legit. We've seen this play out time and time again with bubbles and Ponzi schemes.

If their fiat value is X and now is X2, that means it's legit; forget about all the underlying issues at play.Same trappings, different kind of cheese
During the 2017 bull run, we saw NFT's make a big splash in the form of crypto kitties that nearly brought down the entire Ethereum chain as people FOMO'd into the frenzy. Then bull turned to bears, and where are crypto kitties now? Ain't worth shit, and most people have moved on.

This time around, what do we have? Oh, another bull run and another chance to get on the NFT bandwagon. This time, however, it's not digital cats; it's graphic and art NFT's.

Reaching peak insanity
The madness has escalated into mainstream media with the 3LAU sale of $11 million in NFT and Justin Sun offering to buy Jack Dorseys first Tweet for $2 Million. Humans tend to have a bias towards number go up if the number goes up, it means its legit. We've seen this play out time and time again with bubbles and Ponzi schemes.

If their fiat value is X and now is X2, that means it's legit; forget about all the underlying issues at play.Same trappings, different kind of cheese
During the 2017 bull run, we saw NFT's make a big splash in the form of crypto kitties that nearly brought down the entire Ethereum chain as people FOMO'd into the frenzy. Then bull turned to bears, and where are crypto kitties now? Ain't worth shit, and most people have moved on.

This time around, what do we have? Oh, another bull run and another chance to get on the NFT bandwagon. This time, however, it's not digital cats; it's graphic and art NFT's.

Reaching peak insanity
The madness has escalated into mainstream media with the 3LAU sale of $11 million in NFT and Justin Sun offering to buy Jack Dorseys first Tweet for $2 Million. Humans tend to have a bias towards number go up if the number goes up, it means its legit. We've seen this play out time and time again with bubbles and Ponzi schemes.

If their fiat value is X and now is X2, that means it's legit; forget about all the underlying issues at play.Same trappings, different kind of cheese
During the 2017 bull run, we saw NFT's make a big splash in the form of crypto kitties that nearly brought down the entire Ethereum chain as people FOMO'd into the frenzy. Then bull turned to bears, and where are crypto kitties now? Ain't worth shit, and most people have moved on.

This time around, what do we have? Oh, another bull run and another chance to get on the NFT bandwagon. This time, however, it's not digital cats; it's graphic and art NFT's.

Reaching peak insanity
The madness has escalated into mainstream media with the 3LAU sale of $11 million in NFT and Justin Sun offering to buy Jack Dorseys first Tweet for $2 Million. Humans tend to have a bias towards number go up if the number goes up, it means its legit. We've seen this play out time and time again with bubbles and Ponzi schemes.

If their fiat value is X and now is X2, that means it's legit; forget about all the underlying issues at play.Same trappings, different kind of cheese
During the 2017 bull run, we saw NFT's make a big splash in the form of crypto kitties that nearly brought down the entire Ethereum chain as people FOMO'd into the frenzy. Then bull turned to bears, and where are crypto kitties now? Ain't worth shit, and most people have moved on.

This time around, what do we have? Oh, another bull run and another chance to get on the NFT bandwagon. This time, however, it's not digital cats; it's graphic and art NFT's.

Reaching peak insanity
The madness has escalated into mainstream media with the 3LAU sale of $11 million in NFT and Justin Sun offering to buy Jack Dorseys first Tweet for $2 Million. Humans tend to have a bias towards number go up if the number goes up, it means its legit. We've seen this play out time and time again with bubbles and Ponzi schemes.

If their fiat value is X and now is X2, that means it's legit; forget about all the underlying issues at play.Same trappings, different kind of cheese
During the 2017 bull run, we saw NFT's make a big splash in the form of crypto kitties that nearly brought down the entire Ethereum chain as people FOMO'd into the frenzy. Then bull turned to bears, and where are crypto kitties now? Ain't worth shit, and most people have moved on.

This time around, what do we have? Oh, another bull run and another chance to get on the NFT bandwagon. This time, however, it's not digital cats; it's graphic and art NFT's.

Reaching peak insanity
The madness has escalated into mainstream media with the 3LAU sale of $11 million in NFT and Justin Sun offering to buy Jack Dorseys first Tweet for $2 Million. Humans tend to have a bias towards number go up if the number goes up, it means its legit. We've seen this play out time and time again with bubbles and Ponzi schemes.

If their fiat value is X and now is X2, that means it's legit; forget about all the underlying issues at play.Same trappings, different kind of cheese
During the 2017 bull run, we saw NFT's make a big splash in the form of crypto kitties that nearly brought down the entire Ethereum chain as people FOMO'd into the frenzy. Then bull turned to bears, and where are crypto kitties now? Ain't worth shit, and most people have moved on.

This time around, what do we have? Oh, another bull run and another chance to get on the NFT bandwagon. This time, however, it's not digital cats; it's graphic and art NFT's.

Reaching peak insanity
The madness has escalated into mainstream media with the 3LAU sale of $11 million in NFT and Justin Sun offering to buy Jack Dorseys first Tweet for $2 Million. Humans tend to have a bias towards number go up if the number goes up, it means its legit. We've seen this play out time and time again with bubbles and Ponzi schemes.

If their fiat value is X and now is X2, that means it's legit; forget about all the underlying issues at play.Same trappings, different kind of cheese
During the 2017 bull run, we saw NFT's make a big splash in the form of crypto kitties that nearly brought down the entire Ethereum chain as people FOMO'd into the frenzy. Then bull turned to bears, and where are crypto kitties now? Ain't worth shit, and most people have moved on.

This time around, what do we have? Oh, another bull run and another chance to get on the NFT bandwagon. This time, however, it's not digital cats; it's graphic and art NFT's.

Reaching peak insanity
The madness has escalated into mainstream media with the 3LAU sale of $11 million in NFT and Justin Sun offering to buy Jack Dorseys first Tweet for $2 Million. Humans tend to have a bias towards number go up if the number goes up, it means its legit. We've seen this play out time and time again with bubbles and Ponzi schemes.

If their fiat value is X and now is X2, that means it's legit; forget about all the underlying issues at play.

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