Hello everyone,

We recently became aware of an unimpressive article circulating by a FUD coordinator operating under the guise of Anti Scammer Ron. The article, written nearly unintelligibly, claims that “The team is making shittonnes of $$$ from this arbitrage bot”. Though we have addressed these claims directly in our telegram channel, we believe it is worth posting here for visibility, and as an opportunity for those interested to learn more about blockchain and Etherscan.

The evidences provided in the article in question are as follows:

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Unfortunately, the author Ron seemingly lacks even the smallest understanding of Etherscan. The smart contract at address 0x76f4500a099ec231abc9708313ffeff671248ec1, is in fact, the Uniswap V2 liquidity pair contract. For those that would like to verify themselves, I encourage you to visit the Etherscan page for such contract at https://etherscan.io/token/0x76f4500a099ec231abc9708313ffeff671248ec1 where you will find the following information.

Uniswap operates by generating automated market makers (AMMs) on-chain via smart contracts for each liquidity pair uploaded. To learn more, start here. For further documentation see:

Though it is always disappointing to see energy being spent on baseless FUD attacks, the RMPL team knows that there will be no lasting effects and hopes this post can serve as a learning opportunity for the community.

For latest news and updates regarding RMPL & RCORE join us at https://t.me/RMPLTG and check out our most recent update, https://rmplproject.medium.com/an-update-on-rmpl-and-rcore-4905f6862318.

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