r/news Jan 14 '22 Silver 19 Gold 1 Helpful 19 Wholesome 18 Evil Cackle 3

Shkreli ordered to return $64M, is barred from drug industry

https://apnews.com/article/martin-shkreli-daraprim-profits-fb77aee9ed155f9a74204cfb13fc1130
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u/jml011 Jan 14 '22 Wholesome

Hoarding the only copy of unreleased Wu Tang clan albums?

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u/righttoplay Jan 14 '22

It was auctioned off and now belongs to the PleasrDAO group

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u/lowteq Jan 14 '22 edited Jan 15 '22

This is the kind of positive news I was looking for!

Edit: seems like the dudes that bought it are cut from the same cloth. Womp womp.

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u/StrangeShark408 Jan 15 '22

It's only positive if these dipshit NFT bros release it for the public. Anything short of that, fuck em.

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u/RamenJunkie Jan 15 '22

They will release it in 5 second snippets as NFTs for $50,000 each and make bank.

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u/bizzaro321 Jan 15 '22

Cool, a digital pirate would splice those together for the normal people who want to hear the album and some NFT jackasses will lose money.

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u/mollila Jan 15 '22

The original sale has clauses preventing monetization for, was it about 100 years.

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u/heyuwittheprettyface Jan 15 '22

TBH if they try to turn a profit by making it into something like the drawn NFTs where anyone can download the content without being the ‘owner’, I would be 100% be down with that.