We’ve seen that happen all the time. A new FT project is coming up. It offers ambitious promises of huge returns for early buyers. It takes a lot of money. It’s run off with the money. Clean, rinse and repeat.
The latest apparent rug pulling scheme is an NFT project called Day of Defeat, which made some of the bigest promises we’ve seen yet. As well as an NFT video game and thousands of supporters, Day of the Defeat promised the investors a staggering ten thousand dollars return than they put in. The plan had plans on the form of the roadmap until 2024, when they estimated that the NFT would cost this ridiculous sum. But now it’s gone dark, so the community hasn’t been happy.
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Since the WOD has been spotted, the Day of Defeat wallet recently has been emptied. One million dollars in bitcoin was transferred to other wallets, so the NFT lost its worth by 96 percent.
Day of Defeat has denied this was a rug pull and is claiming this is a victim here too. A few of the two contract related wallets are compromised. We’re trying to find out how it happened.
There are still a few hopeful fans in the replies that hoping that the project will get back on track, but they’re a little small. Even those who believe Day of Defeat’s version of events aren’t happy that its apparent lack of security allowed this to happen.
“Buys only came in to break up. One reply is inscribed. A claim resurfaced in a blow to the owner. “If none of the promised had come true, you should be reported to the international police.”
It is still to be seen if the organizers try to set up again and convince the buyers they weren’t behind the $1.35 million withdrawal. The route runs until 2024, so investors will come up for the worst of an evil awakening if everything happens here.
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