NFT investor reminds skeptics of everything else in the world stupid and meaningless

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AUSTIN, TX – To defend the technology against widespread criticism, NFT investor Matt McNally reportedly reminded skeptics on Tuesday that everything else in the world is also stupid and pointless. “Of course you can say that it’s spending money on buying a certificate that says you own an easily copied image
ridiculous and trivial, but this is where I want to remind you that you can say about 99% of everything else, ”McNally said, adding that the backlash against the completely meaningless and waste of non-fungible tokens could just as easily aimed at stock trading, real estate market, fiat currency, performance art, political parties, orchestras, online forums, picnics, cardboard, analytical philosophy, street lighting, stone, Saskatchewan, extension cords, Rabelais’ plant, geometry, peanut packaging, commodity exchange, ACLU, environmental conservation , angel investment, DraftKings, electric cooperatives, deodorant, legal theory, Christianity, hamsters, nuclear family, World War I, repackaged loans, ice cubes, Europe, Thursdays, architecture, photovoltaic system, Tesla, green areas, University of Southern California, poker, hospitals, Lord of the Rings, gold, the Egyptian pyramids, Wendy’s, the central nervous system, veterinary pathology, chewing gum, B2B marketing, ivory, glossolalia, weddings, prog rock, sponsors, library science, poetry and the sum of recorded human history. “NFTs may be bizarrely speculative bullshit, but what is not? Do not we all just find ways to turn everything that exists into something we can make money? I might throw thousands of dollars at NFTs , but you’re throwing thousands of dollars at TSA PreCheck or lottery tickets or donating to political candidates or raising children. is?” At the time of the press release, McNally defended losing over $ 50,000 on devalued NFTs, noting that everyone loses everything in the end.


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