Won't somebody think of the poor scalpers? Argues scalper service provider.

The current ongoing chip shortage is affecting tech from all walks of life. Electronics all over the world have become a bit harder to get, with gaming hardware hit especially hard when coupled with crypto mining demand. Getting a shiny new graphics card or console, or in some cases even RAM is already a heroic level challenge without adding scalpers into the mix.

Sky News talked to Jack Bayliss (via TechSpot) who runs a sort of aggregate service for people looking to make others pay too much for things like tech and shoes. The interview is around the idea of legislation to prevent scalpers and bots mass buying of products. Bayliss makes some pretty inflammatory comments on the subject that seem designed to generate attention so I’ve decided not to list the name of his service. 

source: gamezpot.com