Once upon a time, in Silicon Valley, a 12-year-old boy went on a crypto quest. He deployed a smart contract called Bruh onto the Ethereum blockchain and started marketing with a Google Site and a gmail.com email domain 🤪. It looked exactly like a scam, but it was not. Good intentions, but a bad exterior. Weeks later, he started restructuring his entire token.
A Google site changed to an actual domain (bruhcrypto.org) and the email changed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Everything was doing well until the whitepaper was written and to say the truth, it was a train wreck. The whitepaper was littered with sentences such as, “To understand why Bruh is ERC-20, you first have to understand what ERC-20 is. ERC-20 was originally an idea made by Fabian Vogelsteller” and a mix of MLA and APA citations without any clear usage of outside data. The true restructuring came months later after a failed IDO that came too late and noticing all the errors, he basically messed up his whole token without knowing it.
During the true restructuring, the website had a new UI, trading dashboard, and a new whitepaper was written with better explanations of his token. We now end at the part of the story which catches up with the present. There’s still a lot to be fixed during the restructuring, and more to come in terms of partnerships and the overall token itself. This is not the end, but a new beginning in the tales of Bruh.