YouTuber Ben Philip Exposed by Coffeezilla for His SafeMoon Pump and Dump
- Coffeezilla is back as he exposed UK Youtuber Ben Philips for his pump and dump scam.
- Ben made roughly $12 million in profit through the scam.
Crypto detective Coffeezilla exposed Youtube Ben Philips as a pump and dump scammer. Ben has amassed over 4 million subscribers on Youtube. Like all the newbie YouTubers, he has been involved in crypto and NFTs for some time.
Ben was known for going from rags to riches by making prank videos on Youtube. But Coffeezilla says that in reality, he was pumping and dumping SafeMoon.
Ben’s history with SafeMoon
Ben was said to be involved with SafeMoon as one of the marketing team. Ben was constantly tweeting about SafeMoon to his followers on Twitter. Coffeezilla mentioned that Ben’s idea was to pump the coin as much as possible until he dumped it.
The word on the street is that all his riches came from Youtube. He recently took to Instagram to show off this new Rolls Royce purchase.
He was also seen posting pictures of himself flying private with his girlfriend. He was also bragging on Instagram about the 24-carat gold-covered steak that he ate.
As Coffeezilla stated, the one place he made a mistake was when he tweeted his wallet address, which led to the overall growth of the investigation. Ben received millions of SafeMoon from the deployer and pumped and dumped it to make thousands of dollars.
Coffeezilla exposed a pattern of his tweets where he made a tweet about never selling SafeMoon and selling the very same day. Ben sold over $16 million worth SafeMoon and profited around $12.5 million, according to the investigation. He had reached out to Ben for his comments but hasn’t received any reply yet.
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