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13489838 No.13489838 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Why does crypto attract some of the cringiest people alive? Even at the highest levels of influence.

>> No.13489846

It's what happens when everyone can access the market

>> No.13489863

because it's on computers where those people dwell

>> No.13489868

because you're still at the phase where weirdos are adopting crypto, it's not normies yet.

>> No.13489869

These are people who would never be successful elsewhere, so they found their niche in crypto

>> No.13489909

Because the crypto is largely a tech-meritocracy because of its developer-focused community. And to be really good at technology, you often have to have a brain that sacrifices in other areas such as social skills.

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This. It's not a coincidence that crypto is full weirdos. Normies won't do anything unless their friends are doing it too. Weirdos are used to doing shit on their own and being different.

>> No.13489954


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