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Tragic comedy shows that were once popular with the public have found themselves in limbo since the introduction of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in late 2017.

Tragic comedy nights are now only a few days old, and a lot of them have gone through a similar transformation, as they have lost a lot more people to the new and exciting world of cryptocurrencies.

The new technology is proving a bit of a curse for the industry, as people turn to alternative forms of entertainment as a way to diversify their money, according to Brian Porter, a comic who has hosted many late night shows on his website.

Porter, who started his own company in 2015, has been hosting shows on Tragic Comedy Mondays for nearly a decade.

“I’ve hosted a few dozen shows and a few hundred shows in the last few years,” Porter said.

“The reason why I started hosting shows was to create an alternative form of entertainment.

That was the first and last thing on my mind, and it has never changed.”

The format Porter has used for years is the live-streamed show that has become a staple of the comedy circuit.

The concept of live-video is a form of comedy that has been around for years, but it has not taken off as much as it once did.

In 2016, the number of live video shows in Canada and the United States was around 3,000, according the U.K. comedy site The Laugh Factory.

In 2016, live video was the second most watched type of comedy show on YouTube, behind only animated series.

In the last three years, Live Video has increased from a mere 10% of all videos to nearly 100%.

“We’re seeing that more and more people are watching live-shows on demand, and live-videos are the first way that they can do it,” Porter told CoinDesk.

“That’s what we’re doing, creating our own versions of live shows.

We’re taking the best elements of live comedy and creating something that they haven’t seen before.”

The rise of Live Video is a huge shift in the industry.

It was previously difficult to get a show to air on television, but the rise of digital video platforms like Netflix and YouTube has opened up a whole new market for live comedy.

With the advent of streaming services, it was even easier for people to see what was happening on a TV show or movie, rather than watching an on-demand video.

Porters show, called Tragic, features two comedians as guests, with each comedian answering questions from fans.

The show has been watched over two million times on Netflix and more than 100 million times online.

Podcasts have also found a place in the live comedy landscape.

Some of the best podcasts for live shows are hosted by comedians themselves.

“People have become more aware of podcasts and podcasts can be the perfect vehicle for making an extra dollar,” Porter added.

Packer said Tragic is his most popular show in Canada, and that he hopes it continues to thrive.

“The audience is there and we’re always looking to grow it, and we’ll keep doing it,” he said.

“We hope to expand our audience.

The more we grow the more fun and fun things are going to be.”

Tragic is currently available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu.