The second scheme is KodakCoin, a baffling "photo-centric cryptocurrency" which supposedly allows photographers to control their image rights ... except you're currently only allowed to participate if you have a net worth over $1 million. As few freelance photographers are often seen making it rain in the club, it's not clear exactly who this service benefits, besides the coke-addled mind that came up with it. Even the company doesn't seem sure how it's supposed to work, responding to the question "Why would photographers want this?" with a 40-page white paper that The Times called a "mishmash of marketing buzzwords and vague diagrams." Which, to be fair, are the two pillars of the entire cryptocurrency industry.