Bitboy Crypto, PSYOP Creator Encounters Class-Action Lawsuit

Key Points:

  • Ben.eth’s PSYOP meme currency launch has generated a lot of publicity, but it hasn’t been without controversy.
  • Ben.eth is facing class action lawsuits for deceiving investors as well as potential wire fraud allegations.
  • Apart from the possibility of legal issues with the presale, several early investors discovered that they had lost virtually all of the ETH they intended to use to purchase PSYOP due to slippage.
Ben.eth, a pseudonymous NFT collector turned famous meme currency inventor, has made over $7 million in ETH sales in the last seven days with a presale of his new memecoin, PSYOP.
Bitboy Crypto, PSYOP Creator Encounters Class-Action Lawsuit

Ben.eth is facing class action lawsuits for deceiving investors and for wire fraud.

In a tweet on May 20, Mike Kanovitz, a partner at law firm Loevy & Loevy and CEO of Jurat Blockchains, alleges that he will sue ben.eth if he does not repay PSYOP presale customers. As an NFT, a letter was sent to the address ben.eth.

Ben.eth might face charges of deceiving investors, racketeering, fraud, and wire fraud, according to the letter. The PSYOP presale garnered more than $7 million, and the lawyer seeks $21 million in damages if the class action case is launched. In a settlement, Kanovitz has requested that investors get ETH.

Ben.eth has identified media celebrity Andrew Tate as a prospective buyer for the PSYOP meme currency. Earlier, YouTuber Ben “Bitboy” Armstrong was connected to the BEN meme currency after purchasing and then selling all of his token holdings.

Others are claiming to be suing Ben.eth and have shown interest in joining the current class action lawsuit. Ben.eth, on the other hand, makes jokes about the lawsuit and concentrates on airdrops.

Bitboy Crypto, PSYOP Creator Encounters Class-Action Lawsuit
YouTuber Ben “Bitboy” Armstrong

After the success of his initial meme currency launch, BEN, investors were anxious to join in on ben.eth’s next meme coin initiative.

BEN rewarded its early investors with a more than 5,000% one-day rise on May 8th, triggered by an endorsement from crypto influencer Ben Armstrong, who finally took over the project from ben.eth for an unknown sum.

Despite Ben.eth’s presale raising some severe red flags, the success of the unconventional PSYOP presale demonstrates increased investor zeal to get in early on what may be the next trendy meme currency.

On-chain investigator ZachXBT has also released evidence of deceiving investors and raising 10,000 ETH via the PSYOP presale. ZachXBT has been revealing various meme currencies as individuals are being tricked into trading throughout the memecoin season.

DISCLAIMER: The information on this website is provided as general market commentary and does not constitute investment advice. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.

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Bitboy Crypto, PSYOP Creator Encounters Class-Action Lawsuit

Key Points:

  • Ben.eth’s PSYOP meme currency launch has generated a lot of publicity, but it hasn’t been without controversy.
  • Ben.eth is facing class action lawsuits for deceiving investors as well as potential wire fraud allegations.
  • Apart from the possibility of legal issues with the presale, several early investors discovered that they had lost virtually all of the ETH they intended to use to purchase PSYOP due to slippage.
Ben.eth, a pseudonymous NFT collector turned famous meme currency inventor, has made over $7 million in ETH sales in the last seven days with a presale of his new memecoin, PSYOP.
Bitboy Crypto, PSYOP Creator Encounters Class-Action Lawsuit

Ben.eth is facing class action lawsuits for deceiving investors and for wire fraud.

In a tweet on May 20, Mike Kanovitz, a partner at law firm Loevy & Loevy and CEO of Jurat Blockchains, alleges that he will sue ben.eth if he does not repay PSYOP presale customers. As an NFT, a letter was sent to the address ben.eth.

Ben.eth might face charges of deceiving investors, racketeering, fraud, and wire fraud, according to the letter. The PSYOP presale garnered more than $7 million, and the lawyer seeks $21 million in damages if the class action case is launched. In a settlement, Kanovitz has requested that investors get ETH.

Ben.eth has identified media celebrity Andrew Tate as a prospective buyer for the PSYOP meme currency. Earlier, YouTuber Ben “Bitboy” Armstrong was connected to the BEN meme currency after purchasing and then selling all of his token holdings.

Others are claiming to be suing Ben.eth and have shown interest in joining the current class action lawsuit. Ben.eth, on the other hand, makes jokes about the lawsuit and concentrates on airdrops.

Bitboy Crypto, PSYOP Creator Encounters Class-Action Lawsuit
YouTuber Ben “Bitboy” Armstrong

After the success of his initial meme currency launch, BEN, investors were anxious to join in on ben.eth’s next meme coin initiative.

BEN rewarded its early investors with a more than 5,000% one-day rise on May 8th, triggered by an endorsement from crypto influencer Ben Armstrong, who finally took over the project from ben.eth for an unknown sum.

Despite Ben.eth’s presale raising some severe red flags, the success of the unconventional PSYOP presale demonstrates increased investor zeal to get in early on what may be the next trendy meme currency.

On-chain investigator ZachXBT has also released evidence of deceiving investors and raising 10,000 ETH via the PSYOP presale. ZachXBT has been revealing various meme currencies as individuals are being tricked into trading throughout the memecoin season.

DISCLAIMER: The information on this website is provided as general market commentary and does not constitute investment advice. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.

Join us to keep track of news: https://linktr.ee/coincu

Harold

Coincu News

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