Lana Rhoades is being chastised in the crypto community for her involvement in the Cryptosis NFT project, which features 6,069 NFT cartoon renderings of the adult film star. For many boys, who didn’t pay attention to other words in the news title, I am here to tell you all about this story. Rhoades is suspected of removing a substantial amount of ethereum (ETH) from the project, according to a video shared by Coffeezilla.
According to the allegation, Rhoades advertised her NFT collection as a “profitable investment,” but faith in the Cryptosis NFT project has plunged following the withdrawal and a flood of statements from the organization’s Discord channel. Coffeezilla and others have termed the action a “rug pull,” a term used in the crypto industry to describe a project that raises a large sum of money, but then the founder abandons the project and keeps the funds raised.
“Rhoades isn’t new to crypto; she’s done several tokens before, [and] Lana has even assisted with other NFT project rug pulls including Stickdix, Titscoin, and Pawgcoin,” says the video description for another video by Youtuber Coffeezilla. Rhoades seemed enraged by the claims, as demonstrated by her comments directed towards the Youtuber following the video’s broadcast. “Youtubers are f***ing sickos, internet diseases,” the adult film celebrity said. At the time of writing, the porn star’s official Twitter account has been disabled. However, archive.org has preserved a large portion of Rhoades’ Twitter account.
Cryptosis NFTs are still being purchased, and Rhoades’ NFT collection on Opensea has a floor price of 0.018 ether, or $50.23. The Cryptosis NFT #5795 is listed for $3.1 million on one website.
For all the fans of Lana Rhoades, this must be very tough news for you, seeing these accusations she is facing. I hope she comes back on Twitter and her fans can say “Oh Yess”.