Polygon-based play-to-earn game, Dragoma is allegedly a rug pull, reported by blockchain security firm, PeckShield.
The game platform allegedly transferred $1M worth of assets to centralized exchanges, changed social media, and closed down the website. DMA holders also suffer with the coin down by 99.8%
Dragoma was one of the leading crypto games and had quite a name in the GameFi industry. It was a play-to-earn game that attracted many players to join and invest their money.
Based on the latest reports, the rug pull has caused a $3.5M loss to the victims, around $420,000 USDT and 880,000 MATIC were salvaged from the project. The Polygonscan data shows that 5700+ wallets held Dragoma, and one member lost around $10,000 in the rug pull.
DMA, the native token of Dragoma, was also a widely invested coin in the market that dropped from its 160% record to almost 0% with the current price at $0.0015.
The Dragoma team has officially ghosted. The website dragoma.io was deleted, the Telegram channel was deleted, and the Twitter account has also been deactivated or changed usernames.
The users are on a hunt to locate the team members or any accounts connected to the Dragoma team; however, nothing has been found as of yet. Experts are advising users to disconnect wallets from Dragoma’s site to avoid any further risk.