Crypto Price Check: Bitcoin Slightly Higher as Market Share Shrinks

You know things are bad when Jimmy Fallon is mocking you.

During his Sept. 7 monologue, the “Tonight Show” host poked fun at the recent cryptocurrency price slide with a bogus ad for a product called “Crypto-Bismol,” a nod to the upset stomach medication Pepto-Bismol.  (PG)

“Are you suffering from heartburn nausea and an upset stomach, all because you lost your life savings on crypto?” the fake commercial asks.

Crypto-Bismol will “soothe your anxiety after you wasted your kid’s college fund on a JPEG of a zebra with a Mohawk and braces,” the ad says.

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