🤑 Logan Paul’s latest NFT project is still getting roasted

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Over the past three years, millions of dollars have been funneled into non-fungible token (NFT) projects—with pictures of apes, robots, and dozens of other randomly-generated meme machines riding on the backs of hyped investment recommendations from creators.

But the market as a whole recently plummeted, and as previously reported by Passionfruit, innuendo, slander, and celebrity easily tilts the NFT market. As such, you see someone accusing a crypto project of being a fraud almost everywhere you turn online.

But the arguably most divisive influencer who pushes NFTs is Logan Paul. His most recent NFT project, CryptoZoo, had the internet in an uproar in December 2022 after YouTuber Coffeezilla released a three-part dissection of what he alleged happened behind the scenes of Paul’s project.

Dissent from the project is still proliferating online. This week, Passionfruit contributor Steven Asarch spoke with Coffeezilla, as well as multiple professors studying influencer-backed NFT projects, to understand what creators need to know about this latest crypto controversy.


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