Actual Fed President Asks Twitter To Teach Him About Facebook's Crypto Thing - Dealbreaker

When Facebook announced it was doing its own crypto, everyone rolled their eyes. But almost everyone was doing it for a different reason because the vast majority of people don't understand crypto, Blockchain technology, or why Facebook would get into this market at all. It's all very complicated and mathematical and finance-y and dark. Not understanding is normal and nothing to be embarrassed about, we can't all be experts in how money -- even the fake kind -- is supposed to work.

Like, take for instance, Minnesota Fed president Neel Kashkari...wait, what?

So obviously please jump on Twitter now and provide Kashkari with as much fake info on Libra that you can pass off without giving the game away.

Happy Friday.

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