Best of the Twitter Crypto Memes

By Tomadachi | Tomadachi | 6 Jul 2020


Nothing too life changing here folks - some of them do stimulate thought, others generate admiration and the rest may conjure a smile - but here's the run down of crypto-related memes that caught my eye on Twitter recently.

Those Bankers

With those sketchy central bankers still making their printers go brrrrrrrrrr, it's only fitting there is a tweet of a sketch targeting that sketchy failing system.

As the image is cropped, here's a screenshot of the full work of art...

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Gold Bugs

Now I have nothing against gold (or silver) collectors - they were smart enough to see through the fiat scam long before Bitcoin came along - and if precious metals is what floats their boat then they should be encouraged to stack the same way we stack satoshis. That being said, there is a certain individual by the name of Peter Schiff who loves to mudsling so he can hardly be surprised if a little splash back comes his way.

Timeless

Already a week old but this tweet feels as though it may be relevant for a while - come on BTC do something!

No Substance

I loved the movie the Matrix back in the day. Only now do I see Morpheus' trick - we don't need any mind-altering drugs.

Sure, he may have been right when he said “What you know you can’t explain, but you feel it. You’ve felt it your entire life, that there’s something wrong with the world. You don’t know what it is, but it’s there, like a splinter in your mind, driving you mad.”

But when it came down to “This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes” ... he was just taking us on a detour.

Classical Rendition

The allegory of the cave was presented by the ancient Greek philosopher Plato in his work Republic, a truth drop if ever there was one... here it is translated into today's landscape.

Beautiful

Ok, that's a cheesy sub-heading, but I ask you, how else would you describe this?

The image doesn't do it justice, so digging back through the archives I found this which shows the exquisite engraving...

Lonely Road

Despite world events, any of us interested in BTC can still be seen by the majority around us as a little strange... so from one stranger to another - "I'll see you on the road brothers and sisters."

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