Logan Paul Faces Criticism for Failing to Refund CryptoZoo NFT Buyers Six Months Later
YouTuber Logan Paul is still under scrutiny for not fulfilling his promise to refund buyers of his NFT game project,
YouTuber Logan Paul is still under scrutiny for not fulfilling his promise to refund buyers of his NFT game project, CryptoZoo, even after six months have passed. The controversy surrounding the project began in 2021 when Paul and his team sold NFTs and introduced the ZOO token but failed to deliver the game as promised.
In January, Paul released a video outlining his “three-step plan” to rectify the situation after facing accusations of scamming his audience. However, according to Stephen “Coffeezilla” Findeisen, a YouTube investigator, and victims of the project, Paul has not followed through on his commitments.
One crucial aspect of Paul’s plan was to burn his own ZOO tokens, preventing any profit from them. However, there is no clear evidence that Paul or his manager, Jeffrey Levin, have actually burned their ZOO tokens. The official ZOO contract and tokenomics data do not show any significant burns by Paul or Levin. Although some ZOO tokens have been burned by other wallets associated with the project, it appears that Paul’s personal commitment has not been fulfilled.
Victims of the CryptoZoo project claim that no payments or refunds have been made, and they have had no communication from Logan Paul since January. Coffeezilla, who has been monitoring the situation closely, has repeatedly reached out to Paul for updates but has received no response.
As the controversy surrounding Logan Paul’s failure to refund CryptoZoo NFT buyers persists, the promised resolution remains unfulfilled, leaving the affected individuals seeking answers and compensation for their investments.