An anonymous man wrote in to an advice columnist at the Financial Times. He had recently gone through a divorce, and he and his ex split up the assets. He got the crypto, she got the house.
Being that crypto-traders have been one of Twitters favorite targets of late, when one tweeter got hold of the story, the rest of the internet couldn't resist a good old fashioned mock-fest.
The man wrote:
I got divorced last year and as part of the financial agreement, my ex-wife and I agreed that I would keep my cryptocurrency assets while she got the lion’s share of my pension and other investments, and we split the family home.
When we negotiated last autumn, the crypto market was riding high and I was convinced it would go higher still, but following the recent crash my digital assets have more than halved in value.