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>"Since early 2022 Loyalist / Lukas / Shibango has stolen an estimated $4m+ worth of crypto and NFTs through running phishing scams on Twitter and by collaborating with other known phishing scammers."
>"Since early 2022 Loyalist / Lukas / Shibango has stolen an estimated $4m+ worth of crypto and NFTs through running phishing scams on Twitter and by collaborating with other known phishing scammers."
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>"Over $29 million in BTC was stolen in 2021 by crypto scammers, may the frequency of these frauds will increase in 2022 as the bitcoin market's value _...Read More_
>"Over $29 million in BTC was stolen in 2021 by crypto scammers, may the frequency of these frauds will increase in 2022 as the bitcoin market's value _...Read More_
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>"Scams happen all the time in the crypto space but recently, the scammers have had to go through more sophisticated channels to make their scams more"
>"Scams happen all the time in the crypto space but recently, the scammers have had to go through more sophisticated channels to make their scams more"
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''Crypto scammers bagged a whopping $14 billion last year. Still, crime is becoming a much smaller part of the industry, reports Chainalysis''
''Crypto scammers bagged a whopping $14 billion last year. Still, crime is becoming a much smaller part of the industry, reports Chainalysis''
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"British police have seized bitcoin worth almost $3 million from a teenager who set up a fake website to scam consumers."
"British police have seized bitcoin worth almost $3 million from a teenager who set up a fake website to scam consumers."
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"The site could not be opened as of 05:44 UTC Thursday, after falling victim earlier in the day to an attack claiming it would double funds sent to it."
"The site could not be opened as of 05:44 UTC Thursday, after falling victim earlier in the day to an attack claiming it would double funds sent to it."
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>"In an audacious move by scammers, the [Bitcoin.org](http://Bitcoin.org) website was hacked earlier today with a giveaway scam placed on the homepage."
>"In an audacious move by scammers, the [Bitcoin.org](http://Bitcoin.org) website was hacked earlier today with a giveaway scam placed on the homepage."
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Unknown scammers have organized a fake bitcoin giveaway through a Russian government website they hacked. The news of the _...Read More_
Unknown scammers have organized a fake bitcoin giveaway through a Russian government website they hacked. The news of the _...Read More_
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"The exploding NFT market has become a ripe target for scammers.They have been capitalizing on the need for support services — and the chaotic moment that NFTs are first launched."
"The exploding NFT market has become a ripe target for scammers.They have been capitalizing on the need for support services — and the chaotic moment that NFTs are first launched."
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An NFT collector who calls himself Pranksy bought a piece of crypto art claiming to be made by Banksy after it was listed on the artists website. It was then revealed to likely be a scam, but the buyer got his money back.
An NFT collector who calls himself Pranksy bought a piece of crypto art claiming to be made by Banksy after it was listed on the artists website. It was then revealed to likely be a scam, but the buyer got his money back.
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"A scammer promoted a fake Banksy NFT on the artist’s official website and later auctioned it for $338,000 on OpenSea."
"A scammer promoted a fake Banksy NFT on the artist’s official website and later auctioned it for $338,000 on OpenSea."
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Victims in Australia were often enticed to part with their money via get-rich-quick investments, catfishing, and celebrity endorsements.
Victims in Australia were often enticed to part with their money via get-rich-quick investments, catfishing, and celebrity endorsements.