It’s a challenge to navigate the cryptocurrency space. The entire community pretty much resides within the confines of the Twitter hellscape, where differences in investment portfolios often lead to in-fighting and disinformation. This is why one ingenious software developer created a new browser extension to help the general public figure out exactly what’s going on. It’s called ‘Conflict of Interest.’ It’s a simple add-on that presents estimates of an author’s bias towards four cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and Bitcoin Cash. The idea is that the composition of someone’s Twitter following could be an indicator of their digital currency preference. If someone…

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This app exposes which cryptocurrency a user is most likely to shill on Twitter
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