BitBoy Crypto Betrays Community, Swapped All BEN Tokens He Owns For 44.7 ETH
- BitBoy Crypto sold all his BEN token holdings just six days after promising his community to lock the fan tokens for six months.
- The selloff of BEN tokens is classified as a rug pull event, which is common in the digital currency ecosystem.
BitBoy Crypto sells all his BEN tokens, breaking his promise to lock them for 6 months. The BEN token had a massive embrace despite the controversy. The selloff is classified as a rug pull event, BEN token maintains a market capitalization of $29,5 million.
BitBoy Crypto, a popular digital currency YouTuber, recently sold all his BEN token holdings, according to ScopeProtocol. Ben Armstrong, also known as BitBoy Crypto, had promised his community he would lock the fan tokens for six months, but the tokens were dumped just six days after the promise was made.
After seeing the hype generated by the popular memecoin PEPE, Ben Armstrong launched BEN tokens, which pushed many early backers into millionaire status. Despite the controversy and self-serving motivation behind the launch, Armstrong’s BEN tokens still scored a massive embrace from the digital currency ecosystem.
The selloff of BEN tokens is classified as a rug pull event, which is common in the digital currency ecosystem. In such circumstances, the token is expected to see a catastrophic selloff billed to push it down by a mile.
As a result, the BEN token is changing hands at around $0.00000007, down by more than 13% at the time of writing. The token still maintains a market capitalization of $29,5 million, ranking it as the 2662th largest digital currency per data from CoinMarketCap.
The selloff by BitBoy Crypto has caused mixed reactions in the community, with some questioning his controversial motives. Despite being classified as a rug pull event, the token is still trading and has yet to see a catastrophic selloff. However, its broad volatility suggests it may struggle to maintain support levels in the future.
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