Mark Cuban recently came out with a shocking statement in regard to crypto -- apparently his love of bananas is so great that he'd rather own bananas than bitcoin. Although the fact that he likes bananas is not that unusual, most people are not as obsessed with them as he is.
So in order to smooth over this banana-btc divide, perhaps Mark Cuban should look into the one crypto that satisfies his banana needs? That coin of course is Banana Coin. Banana Coin is a utility token on the Etherium blockchain tied to growing an environmentally friendly orchard, or plantation, or however bananas are grown, in Laos.
This banana farm specializes in the lady finger variety of banana. I'm not sure how that differs from other types of bananas, but it sounds more important than the everyday yellow banana found in most local supermarkets. Unlike many cryptos with nothing behind their valuation, Banana coin has one of the Earth's most valuable resources shoring it up -- the price of Banana coin is protected by the cost of one kilogram of bananas. I have no idea what that cost is, but ideally it is greater than zero.
So if Mark Cuban decides to one day to combine his love of yellow elongated fruit with cryptocurrency, Banana Coin is the only logical choice. He'd be bananas to pass up this opportunity!