Logan Paul will answer Coffeezilla’s charges of a CryptoZoo fraud
Logan Paul said that Coffeezilla did not respond to an invitation to examine claims of a CryptoZoo fraud. Coffeezilla said that no contact information was supplied.
The YouTuber-turned-crypto developer Logan Paul plans to reply to Coffeezilla’s claims that the CryptoZoo project is a fraud on January 2.
Paul sent a screenshot of a message received to Coffeezilla, aka Stephen Findeisen, asking him to debate the topic on the Impulsive YouTube channel. According to Paul, Findeisen did not respond through email to accept the invitation.
“I sent CoffeeZilla this message five days ago. I haven’t heard back, so I’ll respond to his charges of a fraud on my YouTube channel tomorrow.”
CryptoZoo is a Binance Smart Chain (BSC) Play-2-Earn (P2E) non-fungible token (NFT) project inspired by Pokemon, in which players acquire, trade, and breed animals to earn $ZOO tokens.
The non-fungibles are sold as unhatched eggs on OpenSea, presumably with a surprise revelation for owners as the project progresses, if at all.
The current price floor is 0.285 ETH, which is equivalent to around $340 at the current pricing. It was reported that prices were not shown in BSC’s native BNB coin, although wrapped ETH is accessible on the chain.
In his own words, Paul described CryptoZoo as “a pretty entertaining money-making game.” Paul was also entangled in controversy about the Dink Doink meme token during the summer of 2021. Critics said that the effort was a pump-and-dump plan. According to CoinGecko, the most recent trade volume action was on December 17, 2022, for less than $14.
DINK reached its all-time high of $0.000000001331 on June 30, 2021, and is now trading for $0.000000000014010, a 99% decline from its all-time high.