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Winning the Lottery Hasn't Changed Me as a Person

We spoke to Melissa Ede, who won millions on New Year's Eve.
Daisy-May Hudson
4 days ago
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Australians Would Need $207 Extra Per Week to Not Feel Broke

That's $10,764 per year.
VICE Staff
2.8.18
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What the Stock Market Crash Means to You, a Broke Millennial

How will your rent and student loans change?
Mack Lamoureux
2.6.18
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Bananacoin Is a Real-Life Cryptocurrency—and People Are Actually Buying It

Developers say that in addition to being a good investment, banana prices are also easy enough for our parents to understand. OK.
Jelisa Castrodale
1.27.18
Australia Today
Australia Today

The Number of Australian Billionaires Has Doubled In Ten Years

Meanwhile the rest of us are genuinely getting poorer, as a new report shows.
Katherine Gillespie
1.22.18
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Miami's Wild Bitcoin Scene Doesn't Care About Your 'Bubble'

Despite warnings from experts and haters and the occasional plummet in value, the Magic City is going all-in.
Francisco Alvarado
1.16.18
travel
travel

These Pacific Islanders Are Betting on a Seashell Currency Boom

The island of Malaita is one of the last places on Earth to trade shells. But locals believe they'll have the last laugh.
Nick Sas
1.11.18
Payday
Payday

Let's Celebrate Small-Time Crypto Success Stories

Sometimes participating in a utopian internet experiment is better than making a million dollars.
Katherine Gillespie
1.10.18
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CAPITALISM

You Can Buy the Spirits of Dead Children on eBay

Meet the people who sell "haunted dolls" on the platform.
Luke Winkie
1.3.18
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A Tea Company's Stock Doubled When It Added 'Blockchain' to Its Name

Is this what the Bitcoin bubble looks like?
Allie Conti
12.22.17
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I Tried to Make My Home Energy Efficient and It's Ruining My Life

People across America are pitched what seems like a win-win: make your house more climate-friendly for little or no money down. Advocates say it's a nightmare.
David Dayen
12.20.17
politics
politics

In America, Being Rich Is the Easiest Way to Get Elected

Running for office in the US requires an aggressive grassroots fundraising operation. Or you could just give your campaign $20 million from your pocket.
Paul Blest
12.12.17