Unfiltered

Super Crazy, Super Sour, Hint: Not Bitcoin

Bitcoin and the likes of it all started out on a serious note, but as the innovation got more popular; people started having some fun. Some of them turned out to be super absurd and weird. But, hey, they serve as a good comic relief from all the seriousness that crypto brings so why not. So let’s begin!

Fuck Token

No surprises here there had to be a Fuck Token but wait, do you know what it does?

According to the project’s webpage its actually an acronym that stands for “Finally Usable Crypto Karma.” Its mission contrary to what you’re thinking is to “To help everyone around the world give a FUCK”

Okay then. I was hoping to not give some fucks actually.

It’s, in fact, a decent cryptocurrency with a market cap of $2.2 million.

The fun bit is that the Ethereum co-founder seems to give a lot of fucks, 101 precisely.

Penis

A throwback to the time when my ex-boyfriend dared me to scream Penis at a gig. Well, only if I had known there was a coin named after it, I would have screamed and just blamed it on the cryptocurrency.

Like most men, this one appears to be quite useless as well.

Though the funny bit is that if you own an Ethereum wallet, then you already own some penis tokens. It has been distributed to all the wallets in the amount of 80081.35. Don’t believe us? See for yourself. Go over to the DeltaBalances and enter the address in the search field. The check “Show unlisted token” and there you will find yours.

Congratulations! You’re the proud owner of a Penis!

Titcoin

Yeahh, sorry folks. This one’s actually a legitimate project. Its plans to become a means of payment for adult content, which is why the name does make some sense. The price has also risen from zero to 0.6 and it’s currently trading at about $0.2.

Banana Coin

This oddly named coin is not a joke but has a weird premise; its value is pegged to the export price of 1 kg of bananas. The company says it’s the first environmentally friendly plantation in Laos with a mission to grow organic and healthy bananas.

We are still confused as to why such a thing needs a cryptocurrency but hey, whatever rocks your banana socks.

The Cypherfunks

It sounds like an electronic music band, though we’re not sure about the kind of music they produce, you can check it out and let us know in the comment section as well.

ANYWAY, The Cypherfunks are decentralized community o musicians that support their musical dreams through digital currency.

Gotta keep their FUNK alive.

Garlicoin

Calling out all the garlic bread lovers! We have a little surprise for you.

*drumroll please*

We are proud to present you a token-based currency based on GARLIC BREAD.

It just keeps getting weirder.

Born as a rival of Dogecoin, Garlicoin was forked from Litecoin and works the same way except that it is completely devoted to garlic bread.

UFO coin

Yeap, we need this one to make it easier for our extra-terrestrial boys. Just kidding. Although, I WISH it was true.

But unfortunately, it is not a cryptocurrency dedicated to funding exploration or enabling transactions for aliens. The UFO actually uses a technology called neoscrypt and that creates stronger encryption and thus an extra layer of protection to the network.

DeepOnion

As bizarre as the name sounds, it is a little creepy – watch the video below to see why. This anonymous, untraceable cryptocurrency facilitates payments through the Tor network.

Cthulhu Offerings

This is not just a cryptocurrency, it’s a cult. One of the strangest cryptocurrencies I came across. It seems like it’s a religion-based cryptocurrency. Their site says:

“As the equinox approaches we begin the ritual; four weeks and five days long it builds until Cthulhu awakens and one worshipper is rewarded greatly…During the last five days, the ‘Tharanak shagg,’ or “promise of dreamland,” the ritual reaches final pitch and the daily special blocks are highly increased. Finally, Cthulhu will return after the xxx665th offering has paid tribute to the Great Old One and he will bestow a bounty deserving of Him upon one lucky worshiper.”

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Soha Ali

As vanilla as it sounds, a filmmaker in the making. Soha brings the irony out of the crypto world by contributing to the Unfiltered section of BlockPublisher. Email: soha@blockpublisher.com or contact the editor at editor.unfiltered@blockpublisher.com

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