YouTuber Logan Paul has revealed a $1.5 million payback plan for these investing in his non-fungible token (NFT) challenge, CryptoZoo.
On Jan. 13, Paul introduced the change in a video he shared by way of Twitter, reiterating that he now not intends to sue fellow YouTuber Coffeezilla for defamation over allegations he made in a sequence of movies vital of Paul’s NFT challenge.
My three-step plan for CryptoZoo, together with a $1.3 million bounty program for upset gamers.
— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) January 13, 2023
As such, Paul emphasised that he’s centered on bringing CryptoZoo again, sticking to the plan, and making it proper with followers and buyers:
“The reality is, suing Coffeezilla will not assist Cryptozoo holders, so I must focus the place it must be, which is my followers and supporters.”
Paul emphasised that his restoration plan consists of three steps. First, he and his CryptoZOO supervisor/co-founder Jeff Levin will burn their ZOO tokens so that they have “no monetary benefit” within the recreation, so the tokens ought to have extra worth.
Second, he stated he would personally stake 1,000 ether (ETH) as a part of a bounty program that enables “upset” buyers to burn their NFTs to get again the beginning value of 0.1 ETH ($150).
It’s value mentioning that 1,000 ETH was value that quantity when Paul tweeted that he had invested $1.3 million within the bounty program. However, the worth of ETH — amongst many different high belongings — has been on the rise, rising 10.2% over the previous 24 hours to round $1,548 on the time of writing.
Finally, Paul famous that Phase 3, which was initially proposed as a win-win recreation involving elevating NFTs of animals in return for ZOO token rewards, was “clearly finishing and delivering the sport as described within the white paper” in part three:
“To say I’m upset with the way in which this matter has been dealt with internally could be an understatement, a full inner investigation and audit is underway and we shall be taking full authorized motion in opposition to anybody who must be held accountable.”
“If any cash is recovered within the course of, it should go on to the neighborhood,” he added.
Community response to Paul’s Twitter submit was blended, with some applauding Paul’s efforts whereas others went on to supply extra criticism.
Users akin to tharaxis identified that whereas Paul and CryptoZOO’s criticisms are justified, “this all sounds very constructive, and whereas it should take time, it is positively well worth the ‘good work.’ I hope it stays that method.”
And Genius Group founder and CEO Roger Hamilton added: “‘Sorry’ and compensation for the losers. How good it will be for all CoffeeZilla investigations to finish like this.”
On the opposite hand, well-liked NFT and cryptocurrency dealer crypto_bitlord7 stated, “But let’s be sincere. You don’t care till it begins affecting your fame.
“Then you threatened to sue. When you realized it backfired, you began making an attempt to please folks. You had been as hypocritical as you regarded. An actual Larp,” they wrote.
He nonetheless hasn’t taken any duty!
He stated “I’m sorry for the way issues turned out”, refusing to consider he was at fault.
In addition, he stated “a full investigation into who’s accountable”
Now he treats coffeezilla like his greatest pal however he does not comply with him
– Youssof Altoukhi (@Youssofal_) January 13, 2023