Crypto donors to pay $1.4 million in fees for failed bid to buy US Constitution. Around 17,000 people who tried to use crypto to buy a rare copy of a historical document are now facing a huge bill. The group lost to a billionaire who bid $US43 million for the document.

“Having people spend that much gas to reclaim makes no sense,” tweeted @nateliason. “It speaks volumes that a billionaire won the US Constitution as opposed to the 17,437 people who rallied together to try and secure this monument to freedom,’ tweeted @museumofcrypto.

The Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787 in Philadelphia. It is the only known copy of the document that is not publicly available. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the document should be made available to the public. It will be available for free to anyone who wants to see it.
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