Jackson Palmer Of Dogecoin Reports About “The Laziest Crypto Scam Ever” in ‘Dogx Wallet’

Earlier today Jackson Plamer, one of the founders of popular cryptocurrency Dogecoin took to Twitter to report about a new crypto scam which he deems “one of the laziest scams” that he has ever seen.


The scam reported by a Twiter user Homer is about dogxwallet and is hosted on dogx.dog. The about us section of the wallet says:

“The DOGX wallet has a high-performance blockchain that supports Turing's complete smart contracts. The DOGX wallet provides proprietary cross-chain and cross-contract technology that links the main chain and side chains together. Whether it is a contract asset on the DOGX wallet or an asset on a non-DOGX wallet, the DOGX wallet has the technology to freely transfer and redeem the value of the cross-chain and cross-smart contracts.”

Just by a glance at it, one can realize how lazy the scammers are. There are technical mistakes, grammatical errors and repetitive words. Even the about us section is miswritten as “About Us.” Palmer finds the video promoting this scam hilarious. The voiceover is really funny.


They even put Jackson's Name as the founder of the company, which he clearly is not. However, Palmer shared screenshots of the team so that “Internet Detectives” can figure out who they are.


He especially took a distaste on the person below asking, “who is this guy and what on earth kind of scam is the shilling?”



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