Caitlyn Jenner falls victim to cryptocurrency exit scam

As a seasoned crypto investor with years of experience in the market, I’m always wary of any sudden price surges or celebrity endorsements. The recent incident involving Caitlyn Jenner and the JENNER token is a prime example of why we need to be cautious.

As a crypto investor, I’ve come across rumors that I was unfortunately misled into promoting the new coin, JENNER, by prominent media personality Caitlyn Jenner. Sadly, this supposed collaboration led to a significant price drop for the cryptocurrency shortly after its launch.

As a crypto investor, I’ve noticed some intriguing developments in the community lately. The news about Olympic gold medalist Caitlyn Jenner’s supposed hacking incident sparked quite a stir. However, Roxo, a well-known figure within our crypto sphere, revealed some different information through a disclosure. According to him, Jenner’s account wasn’t actually hacked but was manipulated by an intermediary named Sahil.

If you’re looking for a summary of the situation surrounding @Caitlyn_Jenner and the alleged hacking incident, here’s what happened:

— Roxo (@CryptoRoxo) May 27, 2024

The first tweet, originating from Jenner’s X account and promoting the meme coin, featured a picture of Jenner next to the former American president and Republican nominee, Donald Trump.

On a Sunday afternoon, Jenner’s X handle on social media shared a link to a meme token and wrote, “Let’s reap rewards as one! Share your preferred meme coins with me in this thread.”

After the introduction of the new token, its creator swiftly disposed of their entire stake, sparking apprehension amongst investors. Notably, @0xPonga, an X user, announced that this digital currency, which debuted on – a Solana-platform specialized in generating and trading meme coins – momentarily reached a market capitalization of $20 million. This development unfolded following assurances from Sophia, the manager of Kim Kardashian, regarding earlier worries of a potential rug pull scam.

《 The Wild Ride of the $Jenner Token Scandal 》

Here’s a summary of what happened:

• Initial Discovery:
The @Caitlyn_Jenner account, with 3.3M followers, launched the $Jenner token on .

• Twitter Hacking Concerns:
The same night, GCR’s Twitter was…

— Ponga (@0xPonga) May 27, 2024

New information emerged indicating that the wallet address associated with the token transaction had a past connection to an unfortunate event. Specifically, the account of adult content creator Kazumi had been breached in the past few days, and during that time, she had endorsed a separate token named ZUMI.

At present, the X account continues to vigorously endorse the token in the media. Previously, the individual behind the social manipulation has orchestrated five profitable exit scams, which were previously publicized by influential figures.

In the midst of uncertainty, the value of JENNER saw an astonishing leap by 28,000% within a single day. According to DEX Screener’s data, JENNER has attained a market capitalization worth $18 million, signifying a substantial achievement in its cryptocurrency market adventure.

An identical occurrence was detailed on concerning the URF meme token. The developers orchestrated a rug pull, making off with approximately 2,400 Solana (SOL) coins amassed during the token’s presale.

According to reports from the team behind the meme token on the Solana blockchain, they allegedly transferred around $450,000 worth of Solana (SOL) based on findings by on-chain analyst ZachXBT.

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2024-05-27 13:14