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New York crypto personality used ‘Seinfeld’ joke in fraud

A New York crypto personality recently found himself in hot water after using a line from the hit TV show “Seinfeld” in a fraudulent scheme. The individual, who has not been named, reportedly used the line “It’s not a lie if you believe it” to justify his fraudulent activities.

The scheme involved the crypto personality convincing investors to put their money into a fake cryptocurrency project, promising high returns and guaranteed profits. However, as it turned out, the project was nothing more than a scam, with the individual pocketing the investors’ money and disappearing without a trace.

The use of the “Seinfeld” joke in this fraudulent scheme is particularly ironic, given the context in which it was used on the show. In the episode in question, the character George Costanza uses the line to justify lying to a woman he is dating about his job, claiming to be an architect when he is actually unemployed. The line is meant to be humorous in the context of the show, but in real life, using it to justify fraud is no laughing matter.

This incident serves as a reminder of the risks associated with investing in cryptocurrency and the importance of conducting thorough due diligence before putting your money into any project. It also highlights the need for regulators to crack down on fraudulent schemes in the crypto space and hold individuals accountable for their actions.

As for the crypto personality in question, it is unclear what consequences he will face for his fraudulent activities. However, one thing is for sure – using a line from a beloved TV show like “Seinfeld” to justify fraud is never a good idea, and it is likely to land you in some serious trouble.