Crypto Gambling Surges as Titan Submarine Disappears

Crypto gamblers bet $170K on the fate of a missing submarine, causing controversy online.

The OceanGate Titan submarine, with five passengers on board, vanished during an exploration of the Titanic wreckage.

The disappearance has sparked a frenzy of crypto betting on Polymarket.

Traders are wagering on whether the submarine will be found by midnight on June 23.

Over $1 million has been bet so far, with an 84% lean towards the submarine not being discovered.

The betting requires the location of the missing submarine's cabin, potentially holding the passengers.

Online platforms are engaged in heated debates about the ethical implications of gambling on a life-or-death situation.

Polymarket uses the controversy to promote its platform.

The bet's outcome depends on an official statement from OceanGate, the U.S. Coast Guard, or a credible government agency.

Until an official statement is released, a consensus based on credible reporting will be considered.  The intersection of human tragedy and digital opportunism is unsettling as the world awaits news about the fate of the submarine's crew.

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