ConstituationDAO Outbid for Copy of US Constitution By Definitely Not Benjamin Franklin Gates


(Washington, D.C.) - A first printing copy of the United States Constitution sold for $43.2 million Thursday night at a Sotheby’s auction, a record for a historic document at auction. The auction garnered attention after a group of crypto investors under the name of "ConstitutionDAO" said they raised more than $40 million to purchase the document. In a tweet Thursday, the group said they lost their bid. Sotheby’s didn’t disclose the identity of the winner of the auction, but did acknowledge that they were an individual very interested in this particular copy of the constitution and 'what it might contain beyond just the text itself.' They said the individual was also very interested in 'the… read more 🏃‍♀️

Coinbase Makes Desperate Plea for Fiat Currency


(Wall Street, New York) Coinbase is asking the public to help it acquire hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars of fiat currency in USD today. The bold move comes via a direct listing on the NASDAQ stock exchange and just as Bitcoin and other popular cryptocurrencies have experienced a wave of enormous interest and all-time-high prices. Many thought Coinbase would choose to avoid an IPO or direct listing, given popular and pervading views on the future of money within the cryptocurrency community. But it appears that fiat currency and lots of it is what Coinbase needs at the moment. Brian Armstrong, CEO of Coinbase, had this to say about the direct listing: “We literally have no money… read more 🏃‍♀️

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