After pouring millions to fund BEN, CT is now funding PSYOP token

It looks like we are not done yet with the craze of scammy meme coins

CT and their latest foray into launching a new “shit-memecoin” every fucking day. It’s a wild and wacky world out there, and it’s my duty to keep up with all the garbage on internet. What the heck is this new PSYOP token?

So, what exactly are we talking about? After shilling shitcoins for many years a group of CT all named Ben, has decided to compete with the legendary but soon to be rekt PEPE. Long story short, 1 month ago an individual or a group of degens has decided to launch PEPE for the lolz, and the token skyrocketed to nearly $750 millions valuation.

From PEPE to BEN

And now, we have a new player in the game. Some crypto influencers have banded together to launch their own meme coin, aptly named BEN. Yes, you read that right. And even more astonishing, people have already sent millions of dollars into this new venture, despite the fact that it’s essentially worthless. Who’s behind that useless crap?

We find BitBoy Crypto, whose real name is Ben Armstrong, has been involved in the crypto space for many years and has built a large following through his informative and entertaining content. And also Ben.eth another CT who mostly shill shitcoins to his followers for years. This guy also hold 20% of the whole supply over 420,690,000,000,000 BEN tokens.

But here’s the catch: there’s a possibility that this “shitcoin” could be a slow rug, meaning that the influencers could slowly pull out their investments, leaving those who invested in the coin with nothing but a worthless token. It’s a risky move, but for these influencers, it’s all in the name of fun and making a quick buck.


Not stopping the Ben.eth from milking his own followers and possibly rekt other sheep, the influencer has decided to launch the PSYOP token(for psychological operation) a new meme coin a couple of days after he had launched BEN.

The idea behind is pretty basic, and honestly it needs some bollocks and audacity to ask people to send ETH directly to his own personal ENS. The bigger the better.

So, in just three days, Ben.eth received a solid paycheck of 2850 ETH, roughly $5.1 million. I’m still trying to figure out if this is pure genius or pure stupidity. What’s even more incredible is that in the meantime, Crypto-bro bought a Milady (an old NFT collection recently pumped by Elon Musk) for 4.5 ETH (+$8K). GG EZ.

So, why are people still investing in these meme coins, despite the potential risks? Well, it’s all about the hype, I guess. Social media has played a huge role in the rise of meme coins, with influencers and their followers hyping up the latest trends and creating a frenzy around these new coins.

But as with anything that generates hype and buzz, there’s always a risk of it all coming crashing down. And for those who have invested in PSYOP token, that risk is very real, but good luck with it. But hey, that’s the nature of CT. It’s a rekt-train ride of ups and downs, and sometimes, you just have to take a leap of faith.

Will PSYOP be the next big thing in the never-ending meme coin story? Or will it be the next slow rug, leaving investors with nothing but a worthless token? Only time will tell. But one thing’s for sure, the world of CT and meme coins is never dull.

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