The bizarre social experiment began on May 30.
“To get nothing, you have to send ethereum: YouGetNothing.eth,” Pauly wrote on Twitter.
And users started sending cryptocurrency and taking screenshots of the transactions made.
“There’s nothing there in return.. I keep saying that.. But people just send tokens to: YouGetNothing.eth,” Pauly clarified in subsequent tweets, but to no avail.
According to analysts at Arkham Intelligence, more than a thousand transfers have been made to the specified wallet. The largest transaction was from the user with the nickname Maverick_time – 10.05 ETH (about $19150).
Digital artist Johnny Shankman recently tweeted out a 27-second video of the entire process of creating the new EASY_MONEY token. Less than a day after Schenkman’s post, another account posted a video showing: the same process in the same Contact Wizard can be completed in just 22.45 seconds, setting a new unofficial record for the speed of memcoin creation so favored by promiscuous investors.
In May, a cryptoblogger decided to check out the KYC (“Know Your Customer”) procedure on the Gate.io exchange and registered under the name Kim Jong-un. It took him just a few minutes to verify his identity;