• YouTuber Logan Paul is set to respond to scam allegations made by Coffeezilla regarding the CryptoZoo project.
• CryptoZoo is a Binance Smart Chain play-2-earn NFT project that has users collecting, trading, and breeding animals to earn ZOO tokens.
• Paul has invited Coffeezilla to discuss the matter on his YouTube channel, but no reply has been made.
Logan Paul, the YouTuber turned crypto developer, is set to respond to Coffeezilla on January 2nd over allegations that the CryptoZoo project is a scam. CryptoZoo is a play-2-earn non-fungible token (NFT) project on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) that borrows elements from Pokemon. Users have the chance to collect, trade, and breed animals in order to earn ZOO tokens. The NFTs are available on OpenSea as unhatched eggs, which have a surprise reveal for owners once the project advances.
Paul has included a screenshot of a message sent to Coffeezilla, also known as Stephen Findeisen, to discuss the matter on the Impaulsive YouTube channel. Unfortunately, the invite has gone unanswered, which is why Paul is now set to respond to the scam allegations. In Paul’s own words, he has described CryptoZoo as “really fun game that makes you money”.
The established price floor for the NFTs is 0.285 ETH, which is roughly equivalent to $340 at current market prices. It should be noted, however, that the pricing is not in BSC’s native BNB token, but rather wrapped ETH, which is available on the Binance Smart Chain.
Paul has also been involved in controversy in the past over the Dink Doink meme token. Critics of the project have argued that it is nothing more than a „pump-and-dump“ scheme, and Paul has been accused of using his influence to promote the token and then selling it off at a profit. It is yet to be seen what Paul’s response to Coffeezilla and the CryptoZoo allegations will be, but it will likely be a topic of much debate in the crypto space.