He gambled with users’ money, the founder of CluCoin confesses
He has just admitted that the investors’ money has been gambled away at online casinos. The announcement was made last Tuesday on his Twitter profile, just saying “I’m sorry”.
There is a letter from him attached, where he says:
His followers are not very convinced of this version and on Twitter they ask him to demonstrate what he says by showing the transactions.
Over the last year I got incredibly addicted to gambling. Every dollar I could find I would put into Stake in hopes of winning big. Even when the big wins did happen it wasn’t enough. Eventually I lost everything. In addition to my own life savings, I also irresponsibly used investor funds to try and “get my money back” from the casino which was wrong for so many reasons.
DNP3 is the founder of The Goobers NFT, the Gridcraft Network metaverse platform, and the charity-focused CluCoin (CLU). This cryptocurrency was built to stake tokens with the goal of providing a charity focus to help people around the world. Since Tuesday’s announcement, Clucoin and The Goobers NFT have dropped significantly. The collection has a total volume of 969 ETH with a floor price of 0,011 ETH. Scrolling through the CluCoin website, you can see the team.
As I said in this article, stay away from projects where the founders don’t show their faces or hide behind nicknames. Even if it is an NFT project, the founder must make himself recognizable on the web. So folks, give your money to scammers, scoundrels and would-be benefactors and it will be gone forever.
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