Bitcoin scams and crypto fraud have inevitably emerged. Phishing and other scams involving Bitcoin have come to light as more people have begun using crypto. As cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin or Ethereum grow in popularity along with legitimate trading platforms like eToro or Binance, so too will the number of scams associated with them.
Bitcoin exchange scams are rampant, as have a number of Bitcoin mining investment scams that turned out to be Ponzi schemes. The good news is, here is how to detect and block any harmful crypto site – or any other malicious website.
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Another form of Bitcoin scam or Bitcoin-related scams is the promise of exchange for competing cryptocurrencies that have no value or may not exist. Malware scams involving Bitcoin have also been occurring.
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