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Metaswap Gas incommunicado as pundits associate falling MGAS prices with carpet pull By Cointelegraph

Blockchain security firm PeckShield has alerted investors to a possible carpet mining event after identifying a massive 46.99% price drop on MetaSwap’s MGAS token. The MetaSwap protocol allows exchanges of non-fungible tokens (NFT) on blockchains, Binance and Polygon.

Following the unexpected drop in prices, all official accounts linked to Metaswap Gas – including Twitter (NYSE :), Instagram and Medium – were deleted, proof PeckShield’s claim of carpet traction.

MetaSwap transfer details. Source: PeckShield.

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