This New Internet Currency Would Rule the World

VanQ

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I'm not sure if this is the most brilliant or most stupid idea I've ever heard but I want in.
 

CaitSeith

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That's such a bad idea that I don't know where to start...

Instead of a Gold Rush we would had a Meme Rush.

EDIT: Forgot the mandatory "too many words" complain. When the joke is good, I tend to forget those details...
 

FPLOON

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CaitSeith said:
That's such a bad idea that I don't know where to start...

Instead of a Gold Rush we would had a Meme Rush.
At least with a Meme Rush, you don't have to go to another state in the hopes that you can cash in on the memes... You just have to move to better wireless hotspot that just so happens to be in another state... ;)

OT: It's too flawed in execution, considering it would lead to finding constant new ways of payment that, in no way, looks, feels, taste, smells, or hears like another form of payment... especially when people try to sue other people for even having the same cat doing the exact same thing as their cat being used as payment, despite the background location looking completely different in context...
 

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Would GamerScore count? if so, ATLA: the Burning Earth would probably become super popular again.
 

Darth_Payn

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Do comments count as currency in this new economic model? Because I doubt anyone would want to be paid in either YouTube or Yahoo!News comments.
 

ryukage_sama

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It's not funny because it's a good idea, it's a terrible idea. It's funny because these characters are convinced that such a terrible idea is a good idea and that such "genius" risks assassination.
 

Ukomba

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As terrible as that idea is, 'The Up Vote' would still be a better investment than Bitcoins.