Logan Paul Reportedly Hasn’t Paid CryptoZoo Victims, Told To “Sell His Charizard Card”

Logan Paul, known for his various entrepreneurial ventures, has faced a significant setback with his NFT-based play-to-earn game, CryptoZoo. Despite initial enthusiasm, the project has become a thorn in the social media star’s side, raising concerns about profit margins and potential rug pulls.

In January of this year, Paul took a proactive stance, publicly announcing a $1.5 million compensation plan for investors affected by the reported rug pull of his CryptoZoo crypto NFT project. However, 11 months later, the promised funds have yet to find their way back to investors, leaving the issue unresolved.

The failure to meet expected profit margins and persistent rumors of a potential rug pull initially prompted Paul to take responsibility for the financial downturn. The decision to pledge $1.5 million of his own funds was viewed as a step towards rebuilding trust with CryptoZoo investors.

The delay has, unsurprisingly, stirred discontent among fans and investors alike, prompting a wave of criticism on social media platforms. “Bro could just sell his charizard card and pay every one back tomorrow,” one X user said, a reference to the Pokemon collectible necklace that Paul wears which is touted to be worth $1 million.

While Logan Paul has yet to provide a detailed explanation for the continued delay in compensation, the unresolved issue with CryptoZoo has undoubtedly tarnished the social media star’s image within the crypto community.


Information for this briefing was found via the sources mentioned. The author has no securities or affiliations related to this organization. Not a recommendation to buy or sell. Always do additional research and consult a professional before purchasing a security. The author holds no licenses.

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