Adult film star Lana Rhoades deletes her Twitter account after the NFT project was criticized

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Adult film star Lana Rhoades is coming under fire for her non-fungible token (NFT) project called “Cryptosis”, after $1.5 million worth of Ethereum from the Mint was withdrawn from the project’s wallet. The withdrawal from the crypto came after Rhoades told her fans that NFTs would be a “lucrative investment for holders,” and following community disapproval, the porn star deleted her official Twitter account.

Lana Rhoades Is Accused Of Pulling A Rug Her NFT Project, Pornstar Deletes Her Twitter Account

Lana Rhoades is being condemned by people in the crypto industry for her role in an NFT project called Cryptosis, which features 6,069 NFT cartoon images of the adult film star. Rhoades is accused of withdrawing a large sum of ethereum (ETH) from the project, according to a video posted by Coffeezilla.

The claim is that Rhoades marketed his NFT collection as a “lucrative investment”, but after the takedown and the myriad claims from the project’s Discord channel, belief in the Cryptosis NFT project plummeted.

Coffeezilla and others called the move a “rug pull,” a term widely used in the crypto industry to describe a project that generates a large sum of value, but the creator then abandons the project and takes the funds as well. initials collected. .

In another video, Youtuber Coffeezilla’s video description says that “Rhoades is not new to crypto, she has made several tokens in the past, [as] Lana has even helped with other NFT project mat draws such as Stickdix, Titscoin, and Pawgcoin.

Rhoades is apparently upset by the accusations and she posted a few tweets on the Youtuber after the video was posted. “YouTubers are fucking sick, internet sick people who will do anything and say anything for views,” the adult film star said. Rhoades added:

I have a month old baby to take care of, what I wanted to do was rip people off, get the hell out of here with this bullshit. Just because a project doesn’t go as planned doesn’t mean there was a bad intention behind it. People are sick trying to cause trouble for views.

As of this writing, the pornstar’s official Twitter account is gone, as it was deleted. However, much of Rhoades’ social media account on Twitter has been registered at archive.org.

Currently, people are still buying Cryptosis NFTs and on Opensea, the Rhoades NFT collection has a floor price of 0.018 ether or $50.23. A specific listing is trying to get $3.1 million for Cryptosis NFT #5795.

There are many more who are looking for hundreds of thousands of dollars for NFTs from Rhoades. Although these bullish Cryptosis NFT sellers don’t seem to be selling at all. Cryptosis sell activity has been dropping since February 22, when the average sell price was 0.1624 ether or $453.20 per Cryptosis NFT.

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Jamie Redman

Jamie Redman is the news manager for Bitcoin.com News and a fintech journalist living in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He is passionate about Bitcoin, open-source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written over 5,000 articles for Bitcoin.com News about disruptive protocols emerging today.




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