Brits Go Crypto-Crazy

Note from the CEO: OK, not any really big news here, but the headline alone should catch everyone’s eye. Could not pass it up since I got friend Jon Najarian’s message the other day that showed (really showed) that the big Xmas faze with London women this year is decorating one breast as a reindeer and……..well, “introducing Rudolph” to others. Go figure.

This is a very short read so no comments from FintekNews. Cute.

Market trader Fred Smith, a stallholder at Smithfield Market on the edge of Shoreditch, announces SproutCoin for the Christmas season.

The first Christmas cryptocurrency

Fred states: “People in the UK eat 3.4 bln Brussel sprouts during Christmas and there is a lot of potential with cryptocurrencies, so I thought let’s have SproutCoin, which I think will generate a lot of interest…”

According to Wiki, the Brussel sprout is a member of the Gemmifera Group of cabbages (Brassica oleracea) grown for its edible buds – called sprouts, and universally hated by children.

Thanks, Fred, you could be a winner and create a lot of movement in the market. We assume you will be using Ethereum so there will be not shortage of air to gas up your smart contracts then…

Sex workers refuse to accept VoyeurCoin

Sex workers in London’s red light district are refusing to accept the VoyeurCoin cryptocurrency for their services because they feel it isn’t a hard currency.

Julia (not her real name) has this to say to Cointelegraph:  ““This guy offered to pay me the equivalent of $200 in VoyeurCoin and said he wanted to watch… I felt this would reduce the value of my personal services. Apparently, he specifically wanted to watch me using my smartphone wallet to make a transaction using VoyeurCoin, which I thought was too weird for me…”

Read Full (KOOKY) Story at Cointelegraph