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[SERIOUS] ELI5: Why are trading subreddit tokens illegal, even though it's based on ETH?

I have seen this with bricks on /r/FortniteBR and Moons on /r/Cryptocurrency. This is also applicable for Donuts in this sub. ~~I just want to know why the practice of it is illegal and is strongly frowned upon.~~ Thank you! EDIT: ***SOLVED!*** It is the vote brigading and farming involving direct rule breaking which makes it "illegal"
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