Elections, Votes, Polls, Choices and 20 Crypto Jokes
A new crypto month started, and we learned that bitcoin and litecoin won October, while bitcoin mining difficulty saw its second-largest drop as soon as November begun. As nearly USD 1bn in bitcoin got moved, it turned out the US government was behind it. ETH 2.0 Phase 0 got scheduled for launch on December 1, but users are facing a ‘to stake or not to stake’ dilemma. Tron was accused that JustLink is a copy-past of Chainlink.
And then, the US elections begun, and they lasted for approximately one hundred years. Just joking. It’s still going. Several Cryptoverse-based prediction markets were tested as the elections began, with the tables being quickly turned against Trump, with the prediction markets waving goodbye to the still-president. Meanwhile, bitcoin rallied and then it surpassed USD 15K. And though the crypto presidential candidate Brock Pierce remained silent, bitcoin bull Cynthia Lummis won a US Senate seat, while the race had crypto backers standing on opposite sides.
Venezuela opened a state-run crypto exchange, while all crypto exchanges need to register with the Hong Kong financial securities regulator, and Russian crypto traders may have to declare their earnings to the taxman. South Korea’s financial regulator unveiled a detailed set of regulations under which privacy coins will be banned, but also an ‘arbitrary’ ruling may force the crypto exchanges there to close. Meanwhile, FXCoin, SBI and others will work together on a cryptoasset remittance platform. And while ex-Catalan president Carles Puigdemont used bitcoin to pay for escape to Belgium, South Korean police arrested ‘dozens’ of people in an alleged ETH scam. Meanwhile, PayPal’s CEO said that their users are eager for crypto.
Here is the absolute best weekly crypto jokes collection, carefully selected just for you. Bon cryptotit!
Different week, same meme, still works.
Crypto Twitter creating crypto sages.
Soo? How was everybody’s week?
If you take a step back & personally disconnect from this dumpster fire… it is monumentally entertaining.
— Guy Swann #Taproot2020🌿 (@TheCryptoconomy) November 4, 2020
It’s been 84 years…
We already knew that 2020 was 10 years long.
— Ethan Pierse 🚀 (@EthanPierse) November 4, 2020
It was a good week for bitcoin.
— Nicolas Dorier (@NicolasDorier) October 23, 2020
Not as good for bitcoin bears though.
bitcoin bears the past few weeks, on repeat. pic.twitter.com/q2EhZmX6hb
— yTedd (@TeddyCleps) November 6, 2020
Keeping an eye on the elections.
When I wake up in between naps I just check the FTX chart to see who is winning.
— The Crypto Dog📈 (@TheCryptoDog) November 4, 2020
And depending on how the elections go:
also heard mnuchin will buy btc at market value until the treasury is completely depleted!
— $LINK and Let Die (@GitmoShkreli) November 3, 2020
It’s one giant entry for a man, but another small step for adoption.
They won’t be against BTC for long! And I’ll tell them why as soon as I find them.
— The Spooky Monk 🎃 (@thecryptomonk) October 29, 2020
Hey, kitty! Say something to this one.
Don’t worry, new traders, most of it comes in a beginner’s kit.
Look at ’em hodlers go!
Hey, can I interest you in a new religion?
In light of the recent market greenery:
On some unicorn dust or something.
— Tari (@tari) October 29, 2020
An idea! How about turning both them monitors then? A soundproof tactic.
No idea who made this but quite accurate. pic.twitter.com/ttRsTKIUaF
— WhalePanda (@WhalePanda) November 1, 2020
Here’s your crypto adoption action movie with a dose of psycho.
And your crypto anthem for this weekend.