These peeps got scammed over 5M... so they started a "Doxxed" version of the token that ripped them off. Look what happened.

shiboshy

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Recently a token named "Rick and Morty" ripped people off millions. A few people from the affected, that lost thousands, decided to team up and create a "doxxed" version for the token.

So they made Rick and Morty Doxxed, the team includes a lawyer, a doctor, marketing specialist and other people into the crypto space for ages.
The token itself has no use case, but to provide a RELIEF to the people who were affected by the scam version.

All people in the devs posted links to their own LinkedIn profiles + videos of themselves.
And its pumping hard now.

The token is 7 days old... (ERC-20)

The use case for now is, as the token goes up, they will be airdropping everyone who was affected by the scammers R&M tokens.
This happens every time a certain point in MC is reached.
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From my point of view - the people who will get airdropped, would support the project as all the devs are transparent, have a VC often, etc.
It can also be the opposite, so do your own research and invest only what you can afford to loose.

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CMC & CG

Worth checking out, I have a bag here too, so let's see where it goes. ;)
 

R4v3nbl4ck

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Too bad it's an ETH token. Nowadays if you only want to gamble with a small amount, gas fees are higher than your actual investment.
 
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