Zachxbt Goes After Floyd Mayweather - Floyd Claims He Is in the Crypto Space for Real
- Crypto sleuth Zachxbt takes another hit at Floyd as he releases his new project, Maywerse.
- Zachxbt dropped another tweet thread reminding the public of his scams.
- Floyd, to everyone’s surprise, DMed Zach asking him to take down his tweet.
Is Floyd back in the crypto space for the long game? Or will he drop the projects halfway, just like his previous projects? That is a question that is yet to be answered.
Zachxbt, a crypto detective, drops gems regarding popular scams, rug pulls, and celebrity scammers. Coffeezilla had recently dropped a video regarding the scams and rug pull projects by Floyd Mayweather.
Floyd is in for a treat as another crypto detective unveils Floyd’s crypto projects.
Will we witness Floyd’s other rug pull?
Floyd dropped his new project called the “Mayweverse” and announced the mint price would start from 0.3 ETH.
Well, Zach thinks that “you have to be stupid to pay 0.3 ETH to Floyd, who has such a bad track record in crypto.” Zach reminded his followers how he abandoned his last two NFT projects and promoted several rug pull projects.
Zach also reminded his followers about his last dead NFT project called “Floyds World.” Floyd made 0.15 ETH each for 11,111 NFTs. That is somewhere around 1666 ETH from a single rug pull project.
Floyd has taken down almost all his promotional tweets of the scammy rug pull projects.
Floyd made his next move after the public got to know of his not-so-safe crypto history. He DMed Zach asking him to take down his post. Floyd also added that a Metaverse will follow this project and that they have a good system in place.
Zach has a question for all. “Does Floyd deserve a 12th chance? After profiting tens of millions from Ethereum Max, Bored Bunny, Real Floyd NFT, Moonshot, 2018 ICOs, & more.”
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