Crypto game players lose over S$100,000


ABOUT 20 police reports have been made against a Singaporean named as the chief marketing officer of a play-to-earn game that has allegedly cost local players more than S$100,000 (RM308,610) in lost cryptocurrency.

The Neko Inu game rode on the play-to-earn crypto gaming craze and was launched earlier this year, allowing players to earn USDT, which is a form of cryptocurrency.

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