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Epilepsy Awareness Raised by Influencer Cruella Morgan

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Among other things, influencers create engaging and captivating content to promote brands, events, and lifestyles. Over time, social media influencers have become some of the most creative content creators in the world, and their followings have grown across multiple platforms. They also lead the charge on promoting mental health awareness and social conditions that the public needs to be aware of. A majority, if not all, of the content influencers post on social media does not depict their actual lives. Influencer, model, and mental health advocate Cruella Morgan knows this truth all too well and has decided to remain as genuine as possible in order to connect with her fans on a different level. 

Being true to herself presented Cruella with a lot of challenges in getting respect within the industry. Despite the fact that she uses body tattoos as a form of artistic expression, people find her persona challenging to accept online. In spite of this, she knows that she won’t be able to please everyone. In order to preserve her mental health and passion for what she truly loves, she simply chose to connect with those who appreciate authenticity in an industry that thrives on pretense rather than authenticity. One of Cruella’s main missions is to raise awareness about epilepsy as a condition and to promote social awareness through her platform.

Affluent and determined to succeed, Cruella chooses to make use of her platform and popularity to help others. “No one ever really took me seriously, so I used that as motivation to show people I can do it on my own,” the young influencer shared. 

Cruella has made mental health her personal advocacy, knowing that a lot of young people out there struggle with it day in and out. She hopes that by sharing her story, she can convey to others the message that they are not alone in their struggles, and that someone like her cares deeply about them. It is due to the unhealthy tone and tone associated with mental health that some influencers are reluctant to discuss it. Cruella’s approach, however, is quite different. A valuable service is empowering people to become better versions of themselves by helping them process their circumstances. 

After witnessing many people suffer from the effects of isolation, loss, and fear during the pandemic season, she began advocating for mental health. Her advocacy for self-love and creating a strong support system has only increased over the years. 

A healthier, more enjoyable lifestyle is what she promotes in addition to a brand. She has continued to enjoy the support of her loyal fans due to the fact that her fan base is loyal and growing. 

Cruella has always wanted to be visible on social media since she was a child. It has become clear to her over time that this powerful tool is capable of much more than just taking beautiful pictures. Her message of hope, love, and kindness could reach the whole world. 

Quite recently, Cruella was able to create a safe space for people in the digital world where they can just be themselves without fear of being rejected or judged. And if there is also one place where she finds peace, she confidently answered, “My discord server. Everyone that joins finds their place in this world. They feel less alone. They find friends,” she revealed.

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Serial Entrepreneur, Salim Khan shares business strategies with Master Class Series

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When Salim Khan opened his first restaurant, he had a positive attitude and a willingness to work hard – and the place failed. He later learned that owning a successful dining establishment takes so much more than good thoughts. Today he owns one of the Atlanta area’s top restaurants, The Spice House.
Now, Salim Khan will share some of his strategies and lessons learned in an online master class, “How to Start a Sold-Out, Niche-Based Restaurant in Any City of Market and Dominate the Competition.” The program offers a series of six self-paced modules that can provide those with restaurant dreams practical information about what it realistically takes to create a restaurant in today’s world and keep it open.
It’s not news that restaurant ownership isn’t easy, but this course breaks down the steps in planning ahead, researching your market and understanding your costs, long before your first meal comes out of the kitchen.

For more info or to sign up visit and https://www.soldoutrestaurant.com/live and follow him @fivestarsinvestments

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Minty-Swap 2.0 real or fake?

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There is another pandemic infecting investors, that is deadlier than Covid-19. “Rug pull” isn’t a word that has any positive connotations attached to it. The collateral damage of losing a lot of money on useless Tokens and total economic despair will be felt by many. “Rug pull” leaves the NFT community members orphaned, picking up the scraps of a failed investment, while the founders have fled with golden parachutes. In an effort to police the NFT Metaverse, exchanges like OpenSea have delisted such NFT projects entirely, but new NFT projects are being created at an alarming rate.

NFT’s/Token’s original rug pull company will launch version 2.0 of the Token/NFT before a new investor can collaborate with the victimized Alpha group. In order to double dip on further proceeds, the original Token company claims all “so-called problems” with its Token or NFT have been resolved, plotting yet another rug pull on its community members and Token holders. Does this sound a little bit like fraud? If you are nodding your head in agreement, I believe that is the textbook definition.

Rug pulls in recent years have served as evergreen reminders of the risks associated with NFT/Tokens. We’ve compiled a short list of some of the most memorable (and costly) events in ecosystem history. The bright side of these events is that they have helped educate people about identifying and avoiding NFT scams.

Frosties freeze rug pull nets $1.3 million

Frosties, launched on January 7, 2022, was an ice cream-themed collection of 8,888 NFTs that marketed itself as “cool, delectable, and unique”. Ethan Nguyen (known as “Frostie”) and Andre Llacuna (known as “Heyandre”), the two founders of the project, had already been able to build up a sizable community in their Discord channel, as well as promised collectors merch, raffles and a fund in the hope of ensuring the project’s success for the long term.

It was estimated that the NFTs would sell for 0.04 ETH each, so, after the collection had been sold out a few hours later, the team behind the project had been able to generate 335 ETH – just over a million dollars. There was a brief period of time where the project’s website and Discord dropped, and the funds from the sale were transferred to a variety of wallets; the founders were now ghosts.

Evil Ape dupes the Evolved Apes NFT community

The founder of Evolution Ape, known as Evil Ape, stole 798 ETH ($2.7 million) from investors just a week after the collection launched. The Twitter account and project website of Evil Ape are no longer available.

The Evolved Apes project was originally intended to be a fight game, but has now become just another scammer rug pull statistic.

MintySwap , Swaps investor dollars for Lamborghinis

Layth Samarah created MintySwap Token to fund his Lamborghinis, houses, and vacations using investor money. Developing Legends of Mintonia, a game that earns Minty tokens, was a lie, used to sell project tokens and deposit money into exchange accounts, estimated at $2-3 million. Hundreds of people have been scammed out of millions of dollars by Layth’s Token Minty-swap by blacklisting their wallets (preventing them from using the contract, transferring, or selling their investments). When people start asking questions, Layth then blocks and kicks them out of the investment chat.

 MintySwap also sold 10,000 copies of its NFT called “Mintonians” stealing funds from investors, claiming that a so-called “Whale” purchased all of these NFTs when Layth himself sold “mintys” Tokens and bought mintonians, misleading investors.

Openseas has now permanently delisted mintonians NFT which deems them 100% worthless. Users were supposed to receive a certain amount of staking rewards with each mintonian, but the amount has changed 4-5 times since initial promises. Mintonians were only purchased because of the staking reward promise. Token holders have either not received their Tokens or the investors money has gone straight into the founders account. Mintyswaps platform is now planning a 2.0 release, Buyers Beware!

 

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