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BeachSwap - I Had a Front Row Seat in the Biggest Rug Pull / Scam on SmartBCH

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1 month ago
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Dear SmartBCH and BCH Community

I am extremely sorry for everyone who was fooled by BeachSwap and lost funds in this rug pull / scam.

I was deceived myself and lost quite a lot of my own crypto portfolio in this rug pull. But what hits me even harder than the loss of funds is the loss of trust in my sense of who is trustworthy and who isn't. My sense was so extremely wrong in this case...

I will be publishing at least three articles about this incident - as I had a front row seat in this whole thing.

I do it for several reasons:

  • I want to collect every bit of information I have about the scammer. I want him to be doxxed and caught. I hope the funds can be returned to the rightful owners.

  • I want to present all the occurances that led me to trust that scammer. Hopefully, it will help me learn from my mistakes and help me spot red flags - how subtle they may be.

    I also hope that it will show you that I was not part of the scam - but in fact I was actually scammed myself.

  • I need to process the loss of funds - and especially the loss of trust in my sense of whom I can trust and whom I cannot.

    I was in a terrible relationship with a certain person more than a decade ago. I was young and unexperienced and naive. Back then I trusted that person unconditionally when I shouldn't have. And I lost a lot of money because of it. It took me years to overcome that mistake and regain trust in myself. In my ability to judge whether a person is trustworthy or whether they are not.

    Ever since that ad relationship experience I had been quite cautious with whom I trust - and I was sure that I had a solid gauge on who is trustworthy and who isn't.

    The rug pull yesterday made me realise that I was completely fooled by a scammer - and my sense of trust did not serve me well at all.

    I want to psychologically overcome this incident more quickly this time than the last time I misjudged someone. It always hurts when you find out that your trust was abused. The more you trusted the person, the more it hurts. And let's just say that last night I was shaken to the bone. My entire body was in contractions.

For full transparency, this is my wallet address: 0x88Cbd6227F3B33EDCa69aee5cA7527Fa4B12Ef49

I estimate that I lost about 2 BCH in total in the BeachSwap scam. I bought about 0.55 BCH or so in the presale - first a modest 0.05 BCH and after the community suggested that the unsold BEACH tokens from the presale will be distributed to the presale buyers I saw a great opportunity and bought another 0.5 BCH. (I may slightly misremember these numbers.)

The distribution of the unsold BEACH tokens took the scammer forever. He actually created two new test tokens and sent them to everyone to make sure everyone would receive the correct amount.

That move increased my confidence in the credibility of that person enormously. He went above and beyond to make sure everything would go smoothly and everyone would receive the correct amount of BEACH tokens.

Would you think a scammer would do that?

He even published an article on medium about how he changed the presale smart contract by artificially triggering the hard cap of the presale - as the smart contract was actually programmed to burn the unsold BEACH. He did that because of a community vote that wanted him to distribute the unsold tokens instead of burning them - and that's exactly what he did. He took suggestions from the community on how the DEX would most likely become a success. And he also listened to the community to end the presale rather early. The presale brought in a little more than 101 BCH.

Here is a link to an archived version of the article - which he deleted after the rug pull - in which he explained how he circumvented the burning of the unsold BEACH tokens:

https://web.archive.org/web/20211024205534/https://beachswap.medium.com/bringing-sand-to-the-beach-1f85531a99f5

If you asked me, I would say it was well-written and showed a good understanding of smart contracts. I thought it proved to me that he had the best interests of the community in mind - and that he had the necessary skills, too,to make BeachSwap a success.

I fell asleep right before the DEX launched, because the testing of the BEACH distribution took the scammer forever. I had a hard day at work behind me - despite the day having been a Sunday. The end of the presale was set to 19:00 UTC - which was 21:00 in my local time and the testing of the distribution of BEACH tokens took about 4 or 5 hours if my memory serves me well. I fell asleep around 0:30 and when I woke up almost 5 hours later, the price of BEACH had jumped up from the presale value - adjusted for the distribution - of $1.09 to about $2.60 and I added a little more than 1 BCH or so into the BEACH - BCH liquidity pool that was robbed in the rug pull - meaning the BCH are gone and only worthless BEACH was left.

I proceeded to farm with almost all of my SmartBCH assets on BeachSwap and even bought the dip at around $1.60. I don't remember how much I bought exactly, but I kept putting almost every BEACH I earned and bought into the vault which locks the BEACH tokens for 7 or 30 days respectively. I was a firm believer in the DEX and the dev and I was in for the long run. These worthless BEACH tokens are still locked in the vaults.

And finally, when I checked the website and saw that the BEACH price was below 1 Cent, I assumed that it must have been a glitch. I refreshed the page and loaded it up on another device to double-check - and I even bought several 10 thousands more BEACH. I then took a screenshot of the website and sent it to the BeachSwap dev. Once he saw my screenshot, he deleted the BeachSwap Telegram group and then his Telegram account. I then knew he was a scammer and he had just rug pulled. Before he deleted his account I still believed in a glitch.

This is the screenshot I sent the BeachSwap scammer when I still believed he was a legitimate developer...

It was at this point that I knew this wasn't a glitch. I knew it was a rug pull and in a panic I unstaked everything I still had on the BeachSwap farms. I had almost my entire SmartBCH portfolio on these farms. After I unstaked my funds and removed liquidity from the pools, I then thought about what I could do to stop the scammer from exiting with the funds. I posted in the Coinflex Telegram group that BeachSwap rug pulled - hoping they can freeze the funds.

I alarmed Coinflex as soon as the idea crossed my mind.

You can verify yourself that I lost quite a substantial amount of crypto in the BeachSwap rug pull / scam. Again, here is my account 0x88Cbd6227F3B33EDCa69aee5cA7527Fa4B12Ef49.

I have nothing to hide. I'm just not great with smartscan.cash and find it quite confusing and cumbersome to work with. Otherwise, I would try to link to all relevant transactions I described in the article. But honestly, I still feel like shit - especially after not having slept well and not having slept much. And writing this article took my entire morning. So please excuse that I'm not hunting for transactions - especially as they were plentiful.

Here is a screenshot proving I owned 0.44% of the entire BEACH - BCH liquidity pool after the rug pull. Almost all my BCH was gone at this point - and mostly the worthless BEACH token was left.

Another reason why I trusted the scammer was that the BeachSwap website was great. It looked great, it worked great, it had great features and a great UI. The dev seemed very competent and friendly. He took suggestions from the community. And he created very, very enticing incentives for providing liquidity and for buying BEACH tokens. The vaults were something new to me. They were an idea that I actually liked a lot.

I even still believe that the scammer's strategy would have been successful in the medium to long term - and he would have made a lot of money legitimately if he just had kept the DEX running. That's what I find so confusing. Why go through all this trouble, create something great and then kill it and rip people off when doing it legitimately would have been insanely profitable, too. I still can't believe he actually rugged - but he did. The scammer completely fooled me. And it makes no sense to me - still.

Why Did I Try to Help BeachSwap Out?

I lost a lot of money, because I trusted in the project and the dev. But what I find even worse is that I made a connection between that scam and my name - and my face. The scammer was anonymous, but I'm not. Nobody knows where the scammer lives, but people can find out where I live.

Obviously, it was a terrible idea to try and manage the BeachSwap Telegram group. I know that now - in hindsight. I didn't know that before, unfortunately. Otherwise, I would not have wasted my time and effort - and potentially trashed my reputation doing it. And for what? I didn't even ask for money, crypto or preferential treatment. I did it, because I wanted to help. Help BeachSwap - which I thought had a shot at becoming one of the top DEXs on SmartBCH. Help SmartBCH. And help BCH to reach its mission of becoming widely accepted as sound money for the world.

So how did I end up being an admin of the BeachSwap Telegram group?

It all started when a person I know suggested that we should start a DeFi project together. That person has the coding skills and he approached me, because he thought I would make a good community manager.

And I loved that idea. I love communicating publicly - concisely and precisely. I love trying to bring people together and trying to keep the peace within the community.

Due to my involvement with an SEP20 token, I learned about BeachSwap early on. And we approached the developer and asked if we could have a farm on the new DEX. The developer agreed - and he was also approached by other token supporters who asked for farms, too. And he added several other farms. So far, so normal.

As it was early days for BeachSwap, I asked the dev whether he would be interested to do an extensive interview with me - similar to the interview I did with the MuesliSwap developers. In my interview with the MuesliSwap devs, I felt like I got to know them better and gained some trust to them. Therefore, I approached the BeachSwap dev, too. Let's give him a shot, get to know him as a person and learn all the details about BeachSwap.

Notice that I took the following screenshots after the scammer deleted his Telegram account. And thankfully, he didn't clear the chat history first - so that I actually was able to take the screenshots of our entire conversation.

The scammer first indicated being interested in doing an interview, but then never got back to me. Instead the did an AMA (ask me anything) on a SmartBCH telegram group. (I will publish that AMA shortly to preserve it for future investigations.)

"OK, so he decided to do an interview with someone else", I thought. "He could have told me that, but hey, no hard feelings."

Two days went by and I kept my eye on the BeachSwap Telegram group. I was excited about the new DEX and the new farms.

On October, 23rd I noticed that the BeachSwap dev (who turned out to be a scammer) needed help, because he seemed to be doing everything by himself.

And I asked him if I could manage the group while he was sleeping. He seemed to live on the other side of the world, so I would be awake when he sleeps.

The message I referred to is the last one on the previous screenshot. The conversation continued like this:

As you may notice, I didn't ask for anything in return. No monetary compensation, no preferential treatment, no nothing. I did want to help, because I believed that he was an honest developer and BeachSwap was a good DEX. I even believed BeachSwap had a shot at becoming the number 1 or 2 DEX on SmartBCH. That's also the reason why I was accumulating BEACH tokens like crazy.

Whenever the dev was asleep, I tried to answer questions based on previous public posts by the dev. And I made sure to forward concerns, questions and suggestions to the dev once he woke up.

As you can see, I was also making suggestions on which farms I believed were worthwhile adding to further improve BeachSwap.

And when people asked for a refund of the 5% staking fee, because the APR was being displayed incorrectly, I made sure to forward these messages to the dev. I pointed out to the community that I'm just the guy managing the Telegram group while the developer can't. And that I don't have access to the code - and not to the funds, either. Therefore, the developer had to make the decision on the reimbursements of the fees.

One Red Flag

People may wonder: Were there any red flags?

I would say: Yes, in hindsight there were.

  • The developer seemed to need a lot of sleep. He was "sleeping" 12 hours before the presale ended. And just when I publicly stated in the BeachSwap Telegram group that I was starting to get worried, he reappeared to calm everybody - including me -down.

    People stated that if he hadn't slept much in the prior days, then sleeping for 12 hours straight is entirely possible. I was put at ease by these statements.

  • I only learned about this fact now when I went through the AMA, but the scammer claimed to be located in the EU. Based on his sleeping and waking hours, I don't believe that at all. As I was watching the BeachSwap Telegram group, I noticed that he was active when I would be asleep. And I live in Germany, in the EU. I assume the scammer is based in Australia or New Zealand, possibly in some other country in the Asian Pacific area. If I had known that he claimed to be located in the EU, that would have raised a red flag. Unfortunately, I have only learned about it just now - after the rug pull.

    People referenced the AMA and we're quite positively inclined by the fact that he participated in it. I planned to but didn't read the AMA myself, unfortunately. I actually planned to publish it as an article, but then was busy with my day job and with managing the BeachSwap Telegram group, unfortunately.

  • When Jt - a well-respected and knowledgeable BCH developer asked questions about the uploaded BeachSwap code, the developer acted like Jt was spreading FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt) and acting hostile towards him - when in fact Jt was jus being factual, but friendly.

    That did raise a red flag. Jt pointed out that some code was missing and other code was suspect. I didn't understand the full details of his concerns, but some code could have served for performing micro transactions that could allow the DEX to steal the funds that investors put into the liquidity pools. Jt pointed out that with the proper precautions that is not possible, but it really depended on the missing code. And Jt made the point that having this code was not useful on SmartBCH - because there is no gas station network. (Please excuse me if any of this is incorrect. I was in over my head with these technical issues.)

    The scammer tried to explain that away and tried to make a case for why that code was useful. And he pointed out that he didn't include that code himself. In fact, he didn't fork SushiSwap but SquidSwap - which comes with that code - he claimed.

    At this point a red flag was raised, but the scammer actually uploaded the missing code - which put me at ease. I assumed it was an honest mistake by an overworked and sleep-deprived dev. However, I didn't think that a scammer would go through the extra effort of uploading the code - when he could have just rug pulled then and there instead.

    And yes, it was a bit weird that the scammer reacted like he was being attacked when Jt asked questions about the code. In hindsight, that was a red flag. At the time I believed that the dev is super stressed with being overworked and not having had proper sleep for days or weeks while he was trying to get the DEX up and running.

    And once again, apart from the incorrect APR display for two pools, the website was flawless.

I didn't see that rug pull coming at all. The scammer completely fooled me. Just like someone said in the BeachSwap Telegram group before it was deleted:

"If this is a rug, it certainly is a nice one."

In fact, it was a high quality rug...

Once I sent a screenshot of the worthless BEACH token to the developer - he deleted the Telegram group and his profile. And that's when I knew he was in fact a scammer.

The scammer saw the screenshot, but hadn't read the message before he deleted his Telegram account.

Thankfully, I have been able to unstake the assets that I still had left - after BEACH became worthless - when the website was still up. I "only" lost the entire BEACH - BCH liquidity pool and my BEACH vaults, but I was able to recover the assets from my other farms. In total, I estimate that I lost about 2 BCH worth of crypto - possibly more. And a lot of fees, a lot of time and effort - and the trust in my ability to read people.

It was the first presale I participated in - and it was an instarekt. 🙈

What Can You Do to Recover Your Funds?

If you have something left in the BeachSwap liquidity pools or farms, these assets should be recoverable.

Only BEACH tokens are worthless now. And that means that the BEACH liquidity pools are full of worthless BEACH tokens - and the valuable BCH or flexUSD is gone.

All other liquidity pools still have their value. And you can probably retrieve your funds. But act quickly. The scammer may have a way to steal these funds, too. That may be the reason why he took the BeachSwap website offline - which makes retrieving your funds so much harder now.

This is the unofficial support group for those who got rugged / scammed by the BeachSwap scammer:

https://t.me/smartbch_rugpull_supportgrp

I truly hope that you will be able to recover your funds.

And I truly hope that the scammer will be identified and that the crypto can be recovered - and the people who got scammed receive their crypto back.

Prior to this, I believed a DEX wouldn't and couldn't scam on SmartBCH. The reason is that Coinflex is pretty much the only bridge out of SmartBCH right now. And I thought that deploying and running a DEX on SmartBCH would be too much effort to be worth it for the off-chance to get the crypto bridged out.

Obviously, I - and everyone who believed that line of reasoning - was wrong.

DEX rug pulls have happened on SmartBCH - and there is no guarantee that this will be the last one.

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That was a very enlightening read, I have to say. The thing is, Martin, when you are so much focused on one certain coin then you tend to not see the risks. I don't want to use the word maximalist here. However, it is important to be non-biased and open-minded because otherwise, you are blind to risks and possible opportunities elsewhere. I hope you recover from your losses soon and well. Take care, Martin✌️

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1 month ago

Thank you for your comment. I honestly appreciate that you don't kick someone when that person is down. Unlike some other people.

Maybe I should start getting informed what other opportunities exist outside of the coin I know best. I haven't really done that as I thought I found the best one already.

$ 0.50
1 month ago

Those rug pull projects are bringing fear to investors that will possibly cause a harm to smartBCH. That scammer sounds like a pro and put a lot of effort to scam people.

The presale brought in a little more than 101 BCH.

101 BCH is not a joke, damn those scammers.

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1 month ago

Yeah, that is a lot. The scammer managed to steal about 280 BCH if I remember correctly.

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1 month ago

I hope that people who had losses will recover soon. 280 BCH is making me dizzy 😵

$ 0.00
1 month ago

Presale only. Tsk

$ 0.00
1 month ago

Yeah, but it turns out that MILK also dump after the BEACH rug pull. Hoping to recover soon. Hopefully, there's no upcoming rug pull and scam.

$ 0.00
1 month ago

That was a too huge loss for you. At least mine wasn't that much.. I actually doubted the process of a presale that's why I only bought beach worth 0.025. The DEX is another fork of Sushi just like mistswap... One is enough, two is too much. But then I didn't trust my instinct as I got hooked by the increasing price and huge APR. I added more beach and add LP on the farm hoping that I could profit more. But only lost all., lol. Another lesson to learn. Tsk.

$ 0.10
1 month ago

I hope you can recover the funds. There is hope. Have a look in that group: https://t.me/smartbch_rugpull_supportgrp

But beach is worthless now and the BEACH liquidity pools are worthless, too.

$ 0.00
1 month ago

I tried many times, but I failed to

$ 0.00
1 month ago

Oh no. I hope you can manage to withdraw it still. Some people have been successful, but it seems quite complicated.

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1 month ago

I can't using my phone

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1 month ago

Oh no. Yes, you need a computer for that.

Why did this subhuman piece of trash take down the website? Just to make it unnecessarily hard for people to get their funds back.

It really seems like this was about doing the most damage possible.

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1 month ago

I actually saw that you offered to help him to administer the group, and that you raised your concerns when he went missing prior to the launch. And yes, he came right away to put everyone at ease.

Sorry to know that you were fooled, crypto loss aside. Hope you can overcome your trust issues sooner this time around.

$ 0.10
1 month ago

Thank you so much.

I wish he didn't delete the group and I had a screenshot to prove that. I'm glad that you saw it and can confirm that I'm telling the truth.

$ 0.00
1 month ago

Yup... truth from your side. I may not be active but I join all these TG groups and scan them off and on.

P/S: When I saw your offer to administer the Beach TG, I wanted to tease you and ask if you have time for it!!

$ 0.00
1 month ago

I'm really sorry. Sad story.

$ 0.05
1 month ago

I am sorry that aside from losing 2BCH you are involved in handling their Telegram. This is a lesson learned not to trust, don't commit especially that you are not anonymous while devs are.

$ 0.05
1 month ago

How I wish I would just have focused on my day job instead of trying to help. 🙈

$ 0.00
1 month ago

Haha yeah, you wasted time and lose money.

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1 month ago

That is a fantastic write up on your experience. I feel so sorry for you, I saw beach early on and didn't invest as I got on just and I mean just as it launched and wasn't able to. I then pulled back and stuck to the other three. It did look professional and sounds like he is a native English speaker, so am guessing Australia or NZ judging by his sleeping patterns. Unfortunately I am sure other rugs will follow as smartBCH grows.

$ 0.00
1 month ago

I'm so happy that you didn't lose any money in this scam. I really hope he will get caught and the funds can be recovered.

$ 0.00
1 month ago

Here is hoping he is caught and funds given back

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1 month ago

So sorry MGS... we all know who you are and understand you well. Please don't be too hard on yourself, stay strong man. It could have happened to anyone.

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1 month ago

Thank you so much for your kind comment. I very much appreciate your emotional support.

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1 month ago

Like you have observed the beachswap scammer didn't follow the pattern for your typical rug pull. He hoodwinked most of us with his play of responsiveness and openness to suggestions. Rug pulls is one of the risks that comes with the anonymity of Dexes. The sad reality is that other bad actors are probably concocting their our mischievous schemes to exploit investors which isn't good for the cryptospace generally as it is one of the excuses governments harp on when pushing forward the idea of regulating the crypto space.

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User's avatar M3i
1 month ago

I am still to this moment absolutely convinced that this scammer dev would have made at least the amount he stole in a couple of months legitimately. And probably more. That's the saddest part.

I was really broken last night when that happened and even considered selling all of my crypto and just handing my money to the banks. Which would of course break my heart, because I'm not only in crypto to make money. I'm in BCH for the vision of helping to bring sound money to the world.

Someone even suggested that these rug pulls may be organised by actors who are less interested in stealing crypto and more interested in breaking people's spirits. Honestly, I don't suspect that in this case. I believe that the scammer acted alone. However, it is certainly a possible scenario to consider.

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1 month ago

Hi, I lost 10 bucks there and not happy. Can't imagine if I had lost 2 BCH. I just made a quick search. Not much info, but something. The domain: https://who.is/whois/beachswap.org was registered for only one year. It's not necessarily a red flag, but it usually is. Also it used a privacy registrar that takes crypto: https://njal.la/ that works under https://tucowsdomains.com/ I think it's worth contacting these last guys to report abuse.

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1 month ago

Thank you. I have received and forwarded this information yesterday already, but the problem is that the privacy service will very likely not give out any personal information. It is the same service that hosted thepiratebay and they usually write insults on cease and desist letters and so on. Little hope.

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1 month ago

Ohh but then it's a great tool for the community. Any new project that works with them, I will put it in the freezer and avoid putting coins with them. Of course it could be unfair, as privacy is important. But they should have an antipiracy clause when it comes to privacy. if they don't... they pay the price.

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1 month ago

At least did you got free popcorn ?

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1 month ago

It wasn't exactly free, but yeah, I got lots of popcorn and intense emotions in every direction possible. 🙈

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1 month ago

I hope this will never happened to you again, sir. You did not deserve this.

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1 month ago

Thank you so much.

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1 month ago

You did great in writing this, everyone could have easily tagged you the bad guy meanwhile you lost this much...

I do hope you recover, thanks for the signs..

$ 0.05
1 month ago

Thank you so much. I wasn't careful enough. And everything looked so promising. I already envisioned this DEX to fight with MistSwap for the number 1 on SmartBCH.

I really hope they catch the guy and he gets what he deserves. And I hope the crypto can be recovered and returned to the people he scammed.

$ 0.00
1 month ago

I actually feel sick to my stomach after reading through this 😢 I can sense your tension, rage, frustration and guilt for the people who you are in it with. I am so very sorry this has happened to you. It also makes me so angry because people who have genuine intentions are looked at like scammers due to trust issues from things like this.

I am thankful that in some regards I am too clueless to get involved in investments of this nature because I probably wouldn't survive the heart failure if this happened to me 😭

The good news is that despite the loss you've had, you've raised awareness to (what will be) thousands of others so they don't suffer the same loss you have. I know that doesn't seem positive right now...but your loss has or will probably stop someone taking a gamble with their house / car / savings etc.

Sending you loads of positive vibes ✨

$ 0.15
1 month ago

Thank you so very much for your comment. I appreciate it a lot. And I will be very happy if this article helps at least one person to not lose their life savings. Maybe that person is even my future self.

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1 month ago

I'm so sorry, I can understand how horrible it feels because you had trusted the Developer and helped them, only to see them Rug Pull. I also agree as I wrote in a Noise post after the Eros Debacle that I can't understand why Dev's would rug pull when they actually built or created something that had people interested that would have made them tons of money in the long run.

BeachSwap was one of such places, the DEX was so well done and I loved the lock up vaults so much! Was even eyeballing the Locker for Konra and SO glad I didn't go ahead with that. Even so I still lost about 200$ worth of Crypto, quite a bit of it in the Beach Liquidity pools.

You mention being able to potentially recover some of the funds in the other liquidity pools? How would I be able to do that? I'm not on telegram yet but hope to be there in the next week or so....

All in all, don't ride yourself too hard, we were all fooled by BeachSwap. I didn't think a Dex could rug pull if there isnt' malicious code present and I also didn't think one would rug pull as running a good DEX makes one SO much legitimate money in the long term.

I learned something new myself, the hard way.......

$ 0.00
1 month ago

Thank you so much.and im sorry to hear that you lost funds as well. This scammer has wasted so much time of people. It's unbelievable.

In case you get Telegram, please join this group. https://t.me/smartbch_rugpull_supportgrp I have asked them where you can find the easiest to follow instructions and will send them to you once I know where to find them. However, the process seems to be quite complicated.

$ 0.00
1 month ago

Tsk. tsk.. Lots of effort resulting in you losing BCH, and even worrying for your image being affected. I am sprry you had to go through all of these, I could only hope you'd recover everything you've lost as soon as possible. And that scammers will be tracked and exposed, and of course, all the finds should be returned to the people!

It's scary to trust people nowadays, because they all seem to be legit, but they'd dupe you in the end. sigh.

$ 0.00
1 month ago

Que dolor da cuando confiamos en una empresa depositamos y luego somos estafados. Quisas muchos no lo sienten pero otros si y en el alma. Lo siento mucho por ti bello amigo. Mi saluditos desde Cuba

$ 0.00
1 month ago

A terrible experience. You were deceived and abused. Trust is one of the most important things in life for me. I always need a lot of time before I can trust a person.

I feel sorry for you. Try to take it as a lesson.

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1 month ago

I definitely will. Thank you for your comment.

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1 month ago