Someone deployed “TANKS OF TIENANMEN” to the Binance Smart Chain.
Let’s see how far this goes🍿
The most controversial story of today’s Crypto News that’s less likely to be majorly reported.
Why? Events of Tiananmen square 1989 are censored in China. BSC storing this content is a test of it’s censorship resistance.
But it can also have dangerous consequences for anyone affiliated with Binance leadership or BSC validators.
Will CZ at Binance show his hand? Or risk the wrath of China?
“Cypherpunks know how to attack a system and how to defend it”
Source: @Fiskantes and @TrustlessState
THE FOLLOWING HAS BEEN DEPLOYED ON THE BINANCE SMART CHAIN:
— TANKS OF TIENANMEN —
Feeling like participating in a Chinese Communist Party roleplay? Feeling like mauling some pro democracy protestors and innocent bystanders
under TANKs like what happened at Tienanmen Square in 1989. Then welcome! This game is for you!
You can mint fresh new TANKs starting at 1000 TANKs, going down linearly at every mint to a cap of 1 million TANKs.
Minting TANKs are free. Just use the mint function and voila!
However you cannot mint TANKs to an account if it already has TANKs. First use them to Tienanmen style genocide!
How to use TANKs? If you are a special kind of oppressor then you will send TANKs to the Tiennanmen Square
(by sending TANKs to any other account). There is a 50:50 chance that
1. your send will be successful
2. you will lose half of your TANKs to the pro democracy movement lead by the great CZ
These lost TANKS accumulate under CZ’s leadership and once in every 20 transfers, CZ randomly sends his TANKs to one sender
assuming the sender will support the pro democracy movement. So with every send you are playing a 1/20 dice to get a TANK load of TANKs.
Little does CZ know that all of you are puppets and are going to use those TANKs to inflict more pain!
There’s no interface or website, no airdrops. Mint for free from the contract and then just SEND IT!!
1989 Tiananmen Square protests
… At about 1:30 am, the vanguard of the 38th Army, from the XV Airborne Corps, arrived at the north and south ends of the Square, respectively.
They began to seal off the Square from reinforcements of students and residents, killing more demonstrators who were trying to enter the Square.
Meanwhile, soldiers of the 27th and 65th armies poured out of the Great Hall of the People to the west, and those of the 24th Army emerged from
behind the History Museum to the east. The remaining students, numbering several thousand, were completely surrounded at the Monument of the
People‘s Heroes in the center of the Square. At 2 am, the troops fired shots over the students’ heads at the Monument.
The students broadcast pleadings toward the troops: “We entreat you in peace, for democracy and freedom of the motherland,
for strength and prosperity of the Chinese nation, please comply with the will of the people and refrain from using force against peaceful student demonstrators.”
On the morning of June 4, many estimates of deaths were reported, including from CCP-affiliated sources.
Peking University leaflets circulated on campus suggested a death toll of between two and three thousand….