A rich guy is going to hide envelopes full of cash around NYC this weekend, tweeting their locations to lucky followers.
— Hidden Cash (@HiddenCash) June 13, 2014
Bring your umm-brella.
If $250 is more money than it would cost you to take a trip to a hospital for Wal-Mart-on-black-friday level riot activity, it is time to follow @hiddencash on Twitter. That's usually how much can be found in envelopes hidden by an anonymous person or persons (maybe Jason Buzi?), after clues to their whereabouts are posted to twitter.
So far San Francisco, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles have been blessed with this mess, now it looks like the Big Apple is going to get a taste.
It's hard to believe anyone would just give money away for "an anonymous social experience for good," as the bio would have you believe. What's really going on here? An attempt to collect twitter followers and then spam them with ads? A rich man's perverted desire to watch plebeians bite and scramble for a pittance?
Or maybe, just maybe, this is the work of a saddened dork just looking to be cool.
The Big Apple was not always kind to me. Went thru some tough times living there. Please show HiddenCash lots of love this weekend...— Hidden Cash (@HiddenCash) June 12, 2014
(by Myka Fox)
Sources: h/t Gawker