Lana Rhoades Deletes Twitter Account After Criticized NFT Project

After $1.5 million in ethereum from the mint was withdrawn from the project’s wallet, adult film star Lana Rhoades has been chastised for her non-fungible token (NFT) project called “Cryptosis.” The coin withdrawal came after Rhoades assured her fans that the NFTs would be a “profitable investment for holders,” and the porn star cancelled her official Twitter account in response to the backlash.

Lana Rhoades Has Deleted Her Twitter Account After Being Charged With Rug Pulling Her NFT Project

People in the crypto sector are criticising Lana Rhoades for her role in the Cryptosis NFT project, which includes 6,069 NFT cartoon representations of the adult film star. According to a video posted by Coffeezilla, Rhoades is accused of removing a big number of ethereum (ETH) from the project.

According to the allegation, Rhoades marketed her NFT collection as a “profitable investment,” but after the withdrawal and a slew of statements from the project’s Discord channel, trust in the Cryptosis NFT project has sunk.

The move has been dubbed a “rug pull” by Coffeezilla and others, a term used in the crypto business to describe a project that accumulates a big number of money, but then the founder abandons the project and keeps the monies raised.

“Rhoades is not new to crypto, she has done multiple tokens in the past, [as] Lana has even helped with other NFT project rug pulls such as Stickdix, Titscoin, and Pawgcoin,” states the video description for another video by Youtuber Coffeezilla.

Rhoades appears to be outraged about the allegations, as evidenced by her comments against the Youtuber after the video was released. “Youtubers are f***ing sickos, internet diseases that will say or do anything for views,” the adult film star stated. Rhoades went on to say:

I have a one-month-old infant to look after, and all I wanted to do was con people and get out of here with this nonsense. Just because a project does not proceed as planned does not indicate it was done with malice. People are sick of causing controversy for the sake of gaining views.

The porn star’s official Twitter account has been deactivated at the time of writing. However, archive.org has archived a big section of Rhoades’ social media account on Twitter.

People are still purchasing Cryptosis NFTs, and Rhoades’ NFT collection on Opensea has a floor price of 0.018 ether, or $50.23. One listing is offering to sell the Cryptosis NFT #5795 for $3.1 million.

Many others are looking for hundreds of thousands of dollars in exchange for the Rhoades NFTs. These hopeful Cryptosis NFT sellers, on the other hand, do not appear to be selling at all. Since February 22, when the average sales price was 0.1624 ether or $453.20 per Cryptosis NFT, sales activity has dropped.

 

Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.

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