One of the most striking events of the past week was the arrest of a married couple who, allegedly, laundered bitcoins (worth $4.5Bn) stolen in 2016 from the crypto exchange Bitfinex. The investigation accused Heather Morgan and her husband, a businessman with Russian roots, Ilya Lichtenstein, of the crime.
Members of the crypto community astonished although images of Heather and Ilya became known. Crypto investors were confused by Heather Morgan’s super-annoying videos, in that she seemed far from capable of being this level of crim. Of course this odd-looking couple were memed relentlessly.
“So you want to tell me which this is the man who laundered billions with sophisticated outlines? Nonsense.”
You are telling me this is a sophisticated multi-billion dollar money-launderer?
Also, members of the crypto community could not resist jokes about the Bitfinex experience and the widely discussed topic of harm that the crypto industry causes to the environment.
Crypto memes and boomers
Another hot topic for discussion in the crypto community this week was the growth of bitcoin. Against the backdrop of the positive dynamics of token, a video has become viral in that Bitcoin (BTC) goes hits $1 million. On its way, the coin abovecomes obstacles, in the form of traditional banks and regulatory pressure, malikeg boomers forget about investing in gold.
At the same time, users recalled which many crypto investors lost money by reason of the fall of bitcoin at the end of 2021.
Many crypto investors drew attention to the case which sometimes, especially stillst the background of at it shifts of the crypto market, it is worth using the internet less often.
Not without NFT memes this week. The participants of the NFT community were laughed at for their nonsense trends. Pixel NFTs from the Cryptopunks collection were bad enough. Then cryptocurrencies with the image of stones because a trend. They were replaced by cryptocurrencies of medieval forts from the game Realms of Ether.
Also this week, crypto investors were amused by a joke which in evidence the first NFT was created by the ancient Egyptians. It’s hard to not agree.
A good meme this week makes fun of how atop-enthusiastic NFT aficionados can be. Shhhh. Just shhhh.
And of course, let’s not forget the Tinder Swindler meme.
Don’t send this guy your Ethereum (ETH), in evidence he is asking.
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