The investigative work of independent blockchain sleuth ZachXBT has been cited in a class action lawsuit in Canada against Boneheads, an alleged $3.1 million nonfungible token rug pull.
Tweeting on July 7, ZachXBT highlighted that lawsuit as he reiterated accusations that the Boneheads team “quickly disappeared and spent the mint funds on BAYCs [Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs], luxury goods, and other items never fulfilling the roadmap.”
“Yet another case where my research has been cited,” ZachXBT added.
A class action lawsuit was filed in Canada against the Boneheads team for the $3.1M NFT rug pull
The team quickly disappeared and spent the mint funds on BAYCs, luxury goods, and other items never fulfilling the roadmap
Yet another case where my research has been cited https://t.co/GoIGmPs50g pic.twitter.com/mboWXt3mfm
— ZachXBT (@zachxbt) July 7, 2023
The class action lawsuit was initially filed in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in mid-June.
As per a June 19 statement of claim, the Boneheads team has been accused of breach of contract with investors by failing to deliver on the project’s roadmap, misappropriating funds, conducting fraudulent misrepresentation and negligent misrepresentation, among other things.
“As of the date of filing of this claim, the Boneheads NFT team has not delivered on a single roadmap promise they had made to Boneheads NFT purchasers,” the filing reads, adding:
“Consumers have not received a single NFT airdrop, token, physical collectible, marketplace access, forging, avatar application, voting right, giveaway, or the dozens of other promises that were made to consumers in consideration for purchasing or minting a Boneheads NFT.”
Looking at the references to ZachXBT, the filing highlights the sleuth’s investigation into the project that was published to Twitter on July 14, 2022, along with additional posts from the following month.
In the initial thread, ZachXBT provided a rundown of how the project allegedly misappropriated funds that were meant to be used to…