- Logan Paul Unknowingly Hired Crooks for CryptoZoo.
- In his game, players purchased zoo coins to spend on NFT eggs.
- Amid going silent, he moved on to his most recent NFT initiative, 99 Originals.
Logan Paul, the YouTuber behind the failed NFT game CryptoZoo, has defended himself in the wake of the community’s discovery of the new apparent NFT scam. The fraud was detected by members of the community.
According to the video Logan posted on YouTube, he unwittingly collaborated with a number of scam artists and criminals on the development of his crypto NFT project.
The NFT game, in which players purchase zoo coins to spend on NFT eggs, which then hatch into animals, has been the subject of more than its fair share of debate. These include unsuccessful transactions with the mint, the usage of bots, and the use of Photoshop stock photos.
Now, a fellow YouTuber and self-proclaimed internet detective Stephen “Coffeezilla” asserts that the game was not even capable of being played in the first place.
During the course of Coffeezilla’s inquiry, he interacted with a number of CryptoZoo investors who had suffered financial losses of several hundred or several thousand dollars as a result of this venture. Even though they were outraged about the loss, many of them referred to the lack of communication from the CryptoZoo staff as the major source of their discontent.
Investors were under the impression that Logan Paul had abandoned the CryptoZoo project after its debut in December was a failure. After he stopped discussing the project on his show and podcasts, he moved on to his most recent NFT initiative, 99 Originals.
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