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People are spending hours clicking on a banana to (maybe) make some money. A 300-year-old behavioural economics theory explains why

By Ganna Pogrebna, Executive Director, AI and Cyber Futures Institute, Charles Sturt University
The new game, which is ranking highly on Steam, involves repeatedly clicking a banana in the hope of maybe – eventually – getting a rare ‘skin’ to trade for real money. And that’s it.The Conversation

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