Five States Prohibit The Selling Of NFTs by Flamingo Casino with Apparent links to Russia 

According to state law enforcement authorities, Flamingo Casino Club’s managers neglected to reveal their Russian links and falsely claimed they had relationships with reputable firms. 

At the same time, regulators in five states issued emergency measures against a virtual casino linked to Russia in the metaverse. In this virtual environment, people may communicate with one other, buy things, and even bet. 

Flamingo Casino’s Negligence

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Authorities believe Flamingo Casino Club’s managers neglected to disclose their Russian links and claimed it had genuine business relationships when it didn’t, according to the state of New Jersey. The subject of the lawsuit complaint is some of what’s going on in the metaverse, where innovation and speculation have also created fertile ground for criminals engaging in claimed fraud, theft, and deceit. 

The state securities authorities issued an emergency cease-and-desist order in Texas, Wisconsin, and Kentucky, compelling Flamingo Casino Club to suspend the sale of its non-fungible tokens or NFTs immediately. 

The ruling said, “The offering is nothing more than a high-tech swindle.” 

Virtual art, music, or even a metaverse casino may be owned by anybody with a blockchain-based digital asset known as an NFT. The unique features of each NFT, which cannot be reproduced, demonstrate its genuineness. 

Soon after it opened for business in March, investigators started probing the casino’s operations and claiming they were finally successful in tracing its backers to Moscow. 

In an exclusive interview with CNBC, the senior official of the leading agency said that the casino deceived optimistic investors. 

An official with the Texas State Securities Board, Joe Rotunda, said he was stunned by the news. 

The organization’s website includes rewards like virtual concerts, poker games, and tennis courts. It was also stated on Flamingo Casino Club’s website that NFT holders will get 50% of the casino’s revenues as passive income.” According to its website, clients might win Teslas and iPhones in its randomized lotteries, which further tempted them. To gain investors’ confidence, the casino advertised its association with the well-known Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino extensively. 

According to the ruling, a Russian conspiracy to scam investors was hiding behind the flashy visuals, promises of riches, and celebrity endorsements. 

As stated in the court order, the Flamingo Casino Club is not disclosing financial information relevant to its operations and the creation and administration of the metaverse casino. 

While the casino does offer securitized NFTs, the ruling states it failed to give basic information, such as its physical location, phone number, or any proof that the persons on its leadership team truly existed. The casino has been ordered to comply with the order. 


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