The crypto conman
I’ve recently started a consulting business that specializes in blockchain technology and so far its been going quite well. There’s all the usual highs and lows of running a business: “this will never work”, “this is completely hopeless”, “we’re getting no customers”, “we got 1 million leads today” … to the more mundane stuff like the clients wants us to clone Google in 2 hours for a fraction of the cost of a cup of coffee. But today I noticed something more sinister show up: The Crypto Conman.
The Crypto Conman first contacted me about 2 days ago regarding a new blockchain project. The job was simple enough: he wanted us to modify an existing cryptocurrency to change a few parameters in the source code. Normally we hate jobs like this because there’s very little dev work involved so the job effectively amounts to some educated copy and pasting. But alas, such is the life of consulting
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