WWE star Logan Paul at the center of an alleged NFT scam, apologizes for CryptoZoo project failure

Logan Paul is reportedly scamming his fans through NFT and his recent addition to the CryptoZoo project. A YouTuber named Coffeezilla claimed and addressed the whole scamming process in his three-part video series. In response to Coffeezilla’s accusation son later Logan made a reply video to back his reasons but he shamelessly failed it. 

The older Paul brother is seeming to be in big trouble after the latest Coffeezilla video series about CryptoZoo, calling it a “scam.” Earlier, the 27-year-old encouraged his audience to buy cryptocurrency collectibles for what he called a “really fun game that makes you money.” However, when they noticed no sign of feedback from Logan about the project, the people became frustrated. Regrettably, he wants to make things right, so he added the CryptoZoo project to the plan.

The CryptoZoo project is a self-contained ecosystem that enables zoo keepers to buy, sell, and trade exotic animals and hybrids. CryptoZoo combines cryptocurrency and Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) into a simple, enjoyable game with well-known mechanics. The project sold images of cartoon eggs as NFTs, promising that collectors could hatch them into randomly selected animal images. Collectors would then be able to “breed” their animal images to create new species and win coins in the $ZOO cryptocurrency.

Despite all of his promises, The American media personality’s foolishness disappointed his fans. In one of Coffezilla’s videos, he claims that Paul intentionally abandoned the project after selling worthless digital objects and collecting all of his audience’s money. Logan responded to that bold statement by claiming that his squad was managed by hired robbers and criminals. Despite this, he later apologized to all of his fans for what he had done.



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