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Bloomberg TV provided viewers with an important lesson in digital currency when one of its anchors had a gift card stolen while showing it during a live broadcast.

On Friday, December 20, Matt Miller surprised his two fellow anchors – Adam Johnson and Trish Regan – with bitcoin gift certificates during his “12 Days of Bitcoin” segment. Johnson then flashed his certificate on the screen for roughly 10 seconds – more than enough time for a Reddit user to scan the digital QR code with his phone and take the gift for himself.



  1. ECA says:

    hahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!
    AND AGAIN…
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!
    AND?

    I love people who dont know HOW THINGS WORK..
    SCAN CODES from UPC and many others…are whats used at EVERY REGISTER…

    ALL you need is the code.

    • Peter Morris says:

      and … oh yeah… be a total jerk. That helps.

      I have knives in my kitchen drawer. You could walk in my open front door, go to the drawer, pull out a nice long knife and stab me and my family to death.

      Just because you can, does not mean to have to prove it is possible.

      It’s a lovely society we live in…

  2. R_Lem says:

    THe reddit user that took the Bitcoins informed Matt Miller what had happened and was going to send them back when he set up a new address. Matt told him to keep them so they were donated to the charity Seans Outpost.

    The media is of course making the guy out as a hacker, mugger etc…

  3. deowll says:

    Our electronic funny money is not safe. Wish I knew how to fix the problem.

  4. pedro says:

    MSM & smart people:two things that do not mix together well

  5. Hmeyers says:

    The important thing is that this proves people watch Bloomberg TV.

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