Cryptocurrency scams continue to flood the internet to steal the money of their victims, which failed to spot and avoid them.
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Physical imitation of Bitcoins are pictured at a cryptocurrency exchange branch near the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul on October 20, 2021, a day after Bitcoin took another step closer to mainstream investing with the launch of a new security on Wall Street tied to futures of the cryptocurrency.
However, as per MoneyAdviceService.org, crypto scams, which are sprouting like mushrooms now and then, typically feature a similar scheme.
As such, it makes it a little bit easier to spot. In turn, it further helps to avoid falling for the latest crypto schemes.
How to Spot and Avoid
That said, to spot one, it is essential to get acquainted with the top crypto schemes found on the internet.
On top of that, it is also important to take a look at the whitepaper of the crypto that you are planning to invest in. It should give both an overview and expansive details about the digital token.
Gizmodo reported that the white paper of the latest crypto scam that capitalized on the massive hit-series of Netflix, Squid Game, is filled with multiple grammatical errors. Not to mention that it seems that the scammers failed to use a spell checker tool.
What’s more, just like any type of suspicious investment scam, those looking to invest in sketchy cryptos should also be wary of guaranteed…