Luckey said he’s sorry that his affiliation with a pro-Trump campaign negatively impacted Oculus, but the reporters who exposed his donation say he’s not telling the whole truth.
Now, anybody can make their own coin.
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey, who was exposed for giving money to a pro-Trump group, hasn’t been hiding his politics on Twitter.
In the post, the computer technician appears to ask for help hiding Hillary’s use of a private email server.
"Guilt by association. Poor Pepe."
“Any publicity is good publicity,” as one brazen black market Xanax dealer told Motherboard.
Dark net drug dealers want a currency more anonymous than bitcoin, and Monero is gaining a bit of traction.
Donald Trump's official Reddit account has started buying ads all across the site.
But some experts say it's all too good to be true.
This is the best theory we've got.