Former France footballer Jean-Pierre Adams dies after 39 years in a coma.

 Former France footballer Jean-Pierre Adams dies after 39 years in a coma.

Jean-Pierre Adams, the former France international defender who spent the last 39 years in a coma following a botched operation, has died aged 73. (Jean-Pierre Adams)

Jean-Pierre Adams

Adams had not woken from a coma since an anaesthesia error at Lyon Hospital as part of a routine knee operation that he undertook on March 17, 1982.
He was given anaesthetic that should have knocked him out for a few hours but he never woke up and the defender, born in Dakar, Senegal, in 1948, lost his fight for recovery on Monday. (Jean-Pierre Adams)

Jean-Pierre Adams

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In that second column, Purveyor of shitcoins and fine art, “purveyor of s**tcoins and fine art,” to read his Twitter bio, tweeted today: “Excited to be working together with Zhu Su and Kyle Davis from Three Arrows Capital to launch Starry NightCap , a NFT fund. Our thesis is simple, we believe the best way to gain exposure to the cultural paradigm shift being ushered in by NFTs is owning the top pieces from the most desired sets. We are cognizant of the concerns many have about funds entering this space and we will seek to always do right by the community. Before year’s end we aim to launch a NFT education portal, explore ways to bring more exposure to up and coming artists, launch a physical gallery in a major city, ensure works in our collection remain open to the public via virtual galleries, and experiment with various community building initiatives. We strive to be good stewards of the space at large and use our influence to uplift and empower others. The NFT space is not a zero sum game, it is driven by strong flywheel effects and functions best when the pie is growing for all.” I expect this to be not the last of this type of announcement and is certainly something we’ll have to come back to.
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