Kim Kardashian and Floyd Mayweather allegedly promoted a scam cryptocurrency


A trio of celebrities – Kim Kardashian, Floyd Mayweather and Jake Paul – were accused of deceiving investors by promoting a dubious cryptocurrency. — Reuters

Kim Kardashian, the boxer Floyd Mayweather and the YouTuber Jake Paul are all three accused of deceiving investors by promoting a cryptocurrency suspected of being an organised scam.

What has Kim Kardashian got to do with cryptocurrency? It seems that hundreds of investors trusted in the American star when she promoted an unknown cryptocurrency called EthereumMax via her social media channels last June.

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