Cactus Jack Deleted Over 3 Million Bot Entries for Its Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 Low Raffle
Following in the footsteps of the Highs.
Like the Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 Highs, the Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 Lows have experienced a staggering number of sneaker bots.
While the Highs had some bots entering raffles up to 32,000 times, this next bit of news, posted on Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack Discord channel, revealed that over three million fraudulent bot raffle entries had to be filtered and deleted on its platform alone.
As one of the hottest (and lucrative) shoes this year, this shoe has been making its rounds online via the biggest celebrities and sports stars. Its success has taken its $150 USD MSRP to prices well over the $1,300 USD mark on the secondary market and has even led OGs like Bobby Hundreds to question if a physical product even needs to be made at all. With three million bots on Cactus Jack alone, it’s easy to understand why so many people didn’t get ‘em.
3 million fraudulent bot entries ? pic.twitter.com/f5WGDj2oC6
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