CryptoZoo is a Binance Smart Chain (BSC) P2E NFT project inspired by Pokemon.
In the past few months, the game became a source of contention in the digital asset community.
Recently, YouTuber Coffeezilla released a three-part series exposing Logan Paul's CryptoZoo project and its alleged downfall.
Logan Paul also broke his silence on Coffeezilla’s crypto “scam” charges against the project.
Since its launch, the game became a source of contention in the digital asset community. In the past few months, several community members labeled Logan Paul’s NFT game as a trap designed to defraud investors. However, Logan Paul itself denied the claims and asserted that the game is fully legitimate & authentic.
CryptoZoo is a Binance Smart Chain (BSC) Play-2-Earn (P2E) NFT project inspired by Pokemon, in which players collect, trade, and breed animals to earn ZOO tokens. According to Paul, CryptoZoo is a "very fun game that pays you money."
Meanwhile, concerns over the legitimacy of the game were raised again after YouTuber Coffeezilla released a three-part series exposing Logan Paul's CryptoZoo project and its alleged downfall.
The video, titled "Investigating Logan Paul's Biggest Scam," took a deep dive into the project. Coffeezilla, aka Stephen Findeisen, asserted that CryptoZoo has never been playable, despite the fact that customers have spent up to half a million US dollars in the game.
Coffeezilla further added that Logan Paul's team did not spend $1 million on developing the game, but instead just copied code from FlokiShibX and claimed it as their own. Furthermore, Eddie Ibanez, the Lead Developer, is also accused of lying about his credentials. All of this, according to Coffeezilla, indicates that the team behind the game is neither legitimate nor well-qualified, implying that the game is a scam designed to deceive investors.
Logan Paul also broke his silence on Coffeezilla’s crypto “scam” charges against the CryptoZoo project, alleging the YouTube journalist made "very significant errors" and that legal action is on the way. Paul said,
"You've used my name to get views and money. Your addiction to clicks has clouded your judgment, and you've committed very real mistakes with very real consequences. [Coffeezilla] has evolved from an investigator to a gossip outlet. He is a biassed journalist with a predetermined agenda."
Paul threatened Coffeezilla with legal action as a result of his alleged misrepresentation. However, the potential legal battle is more complicated than that. The marketing of an "illegal recording" was one of Paul's team's major complaints about the three-part YouTube series.
Shortly after the video response went live, Coffeezilla returned to Twitter. Claiming he will release a more thorough response in due course, he initially looked to focus on a communication hiccup with Paul instead.
Experts believe that the matter has gained some serious heat and that the community will definitely witness more drama in the future. So, till then, stay tuned to CoinGabbar for more information regarding the matter.
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