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uk: Cryptocurrency Scam Tricks Newbies Might Fall For. 2021-09-21 16:26:35pm
The way things are going, there are a lot of cryptocurrency scams going on right now, and if you're not careful, you might end up being a victim of one. As cryptocurrency grows in popularity, more people are trying to scam it, and most of them are going after newbies who they believe don't know much about cryptocurrency or are new so they can easily scam them.

As a newcomer to Postorous, I feel this post will help everyone from falling victim to a bitcoin scam, such as the ones listed below.

1. If the website you're visiting isn't secure, I believe you should avoid it because your personal information may not be safe there, potentially resulting in the loss of assets or funds.
2. You receive a Gmail informing you that you have been awarded a coin and that you should claim the reward; however, you should never do so if the Gmail comes from an unknown source. Avoid using Gmail if it is not from a official website.
3. If you are asked or invited to participate in an initial coin offering (ICO) with an unknown investor, you should be wary.
4. Avoid applications that ask for your private key or password if the app isn't from a reputable source or the link to the app is not from their main website.
5. You should always avoid unnecessary giveaways and make sure you do your own research before applying for any airdrop to ensure the airdrop is legitimate and not a scam. You should also avoid people who ask you to send a coin and they will double it for you in return.
I feel these are just a few warnings, and I believe there are many more that others should write about, and you can write about your own experiences to prevent people from falling for scams.
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