Zugacoin Slammed Over Investors Inability To Withdraw. Experts Claims “It’s Another Complex Nigeria Ponzi Scheme “

Zugacoin Slammed Over Investors Inability To Withdraw. Experts Claims “It’s Another Complex Nigeria Ponzi Scheme “
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    Following reports that traders and holders of “Zugacoin” cryptocurrency are unable to make withdrawals, the founder of the Nigerian crypto, Sam Zuga responded by accusing unnamed “ignorant people” of working to tarnish the project, as a Nigerian expert has advises prospective zugacoin investors to prioritize learning finer details about the project before investing.

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    As promoters of zugacoin — a Nigerian cryptocurrency ostensibly created to end poverty in Africa — continue to tout the token as a legitimate digital currency, there are growing reports on social media of merchants and holders of the coin who have failed to withdraw. These reports have sparked allegations that the project is yet another scam which is cleverly disguised as a complex cryptocurrency project.

    The complaints and allegations against the project according to Bitcoin.com report have, in turn, prompted Archbishop Sam Zuga, the founder of Zugacoin, to issue a flurry of Facebook posts condemning “ignorant people” peddling false information about the project. In one of his latest posts, Zuga claimed he was not engaged in cryptocurrency trading but was instead “building a digital financial system to correct a financial future.” He added that his crypto, which “automatically gives you 200% profit of any amount you transfer to it,” is only being used as a “driver of the system into that future.”

    In the lengthy August 25, 2022 post, the founder denies allegations of manipulation within the Zugacoin ecosystem. Zuga’s post also explains how the ecosystem works and why some holders may be having problems withdrawing. He said:

    “The only challenge is lack of knowledge from the users. Anyone can withdraw conveniently if the people that are withdrawing are less than the people who are depositing. No system can survive if what is going out is more than what is coming in.

    “There is no problem anywhere in the Samzuga ecosystem. The only problem is your ignorance of how the system has been designed to work. Merchants can transfer money from the Merchant area of the merchant app to the Merchants wallet and from there to P2P conveniently.”

    Also Read: Is Zuga Coin Another Scam Crypto Token?

    In his earlier Facebook posts, Zuga similarly attacks unnamed individuals whom he accuses of besmirching the “noble project” with their ignorance.

    For Paul Ezeafulukwe, the former president of Stakeholders in Blockchain Technology Association of Nigeria (SIBAN) and the team lead at Bitget Africa, zugacoin is the most volatile cryptocurrency and one that has totally failed to deliver on its promises. Some of the promises include claims that the cryptocurrency will end poverty as well as help Nigeria reduce its debt.

    “Another promise they have made which is like tales by moonlight is their ability to pay $97 billion dollars worth of Nigeria’s national debt and also help Africa clear her debts. From their position it is clear they don’t understand how cryptocurrencies work, I believe the promoters were sold a lie that your ability to mint a token could translate to instant monetary value without building an ecosystem to support the utility of the token,” explained the ex-SIBAN leader.

    Ezeafulukwe said it is unfortunate that some poor and gullible individuals have invested in zugacoin based on these promises. For investors who are still thinking of buying zugacoin, Ezeafulukwe said they must “look at these two promises [poverty eradiction and paying off Nigeria’s debt] and do simple research to find out if these things are possible by a single individual.”

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