Sweeney is referring to the “Fortnite Token” (FNT), which is reportedly trading on decentralized exchanges SushiSwap, PancakeSwap, and CronaSwap. A quick search for the alleged scam token on those exchanges does not currently return any results, though these decentralized exchanges enable their users to trade virtually any token so long as those users manually input the token’s contract address.
Sweeney made at least 10 tweets in response to the "Fortnite token" he calls a "scam." Image: Twitter.
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