How Influencers Hype Crypto, Without Disclosing Their Financial Ties

by Boo_Randy

It seems the entire crypto space is nothing but scammers, touts, and fools waiting to be separated from their money.

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Logan Paul had a message for his six million Twitter followers: He was “all in” on a new cryptocurrency called Dink Doink.

According to the project’s creator, Dink Doink investors would receive shares of a cartoon character, entitling them to a portion of the proceeds if the googly-eyed figure ever appeared in a TV show or movie. Last June, Mr. Paul, a 27-year-old boxer and social-media influencer, praised Dink Doink on Twitter and in a public Telegram chat, before endorsing it again on his podcast, “Impaulsive.”


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