NFT Goobers founder admits that investors are losing money to gambling

Key Points: NFT Goobers founder admits that he is addicted gambling and has lost all his investors’ money.
Following the announcement, projects including The Goobers NFT and Onepad NFT launchpad Onepad as well as CluCoin, a charity-focused cryptocurrency, were closed.
The exact extent of the damage is still to be determined.
DNP3, founder of NFT Goobers, made a recent public announcement on his personal page. He admitted that he is a gambler. He lost all his assets and also the money of investors.
“Every dollar I could find, I would put into [cryptocasino] Stake in the hopes of winning big (…).. Even though I did win big, it was not enough. I eventually lost everything. I lost everything, not only my life savings but also my investment funds. This was a terrible decision.
He wrote, “I am now completely broken both financially and spiritually.” All related projects were immediately shut down after this shocking news. CluCoin’s price plummeted by 65%. 24h CLU price chart. Source: Coincu.comThe market cap of the Goobers NFT project fell by 14.6%. Source: Coincu.comThe market cap of the Goobers NFT project fell by 14.6% according to OpenSea. It is known that DNP3 is not only the founder of Goobers but also the founder of the Web3 game Gridcraft Network and XeniaRust, as well as CluCoin, a cryptocurrency focused on philanthropy.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: coincu.comFoxyCoincu NewsTags: # Cryptocurrencies#MarketsBlockchaincryptogamblingNFT