An economic game which involves two sides and where the result is an advantage for one side and a loss for the other. The sum of all gains and losses across all players sums to zero.
Investing in crypto tokens is necessarily a zero sum game before considering the cost of transactions and network maintenance.
An economic game where all gains and losses across all players sums to a negative quantity.
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