While many investors deem crypto a great way to diversify their investment portfolio and potentially earn high returns, it’s important to remember that cryptocurrency can be highly vulnerable to cybersecurity scams
Some two people globally have been the victims of ‘rug pull’ crypto scams between 2020 and December 1, 2022
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has warned about ongoing scams like ‘pig butchering’, targeting and exploiting people with fake romantic promises and looting them of money. Here are the red flags to watch out for.
Hackers stole cryptocurrency worth $4.3 billion between January and November 2022. This represents a growth of 37 per cent compared to 2021. Here’s a look at some of the major crypto scams of the year
Here are some of the major crypto happenings in the last few days
Amid rising crypto market frauds, estimated at $12 billion in 2021 alone, experts offer five tips to help you safely navigate the world of non-fungible tokens (NFT) and decentralised finance (DeFi)
From the Rs 500-crore cryptocurrency scam to the hacking of Jal Shakti Ministry’s Twitter account, here are some latest developments in the crypto space.
Hackers were using sanctioned crypto mixers and Ren Bridge to convert stolen ETH and USDC into BTC
In a first of its kind of case, abductors took Bitcoin instead of cash as ransom from a victim in Lucknow
The US Federal Reserve has asked banks and other financial institutions under its supervision to check for legality clauses involving crypto assets before...
Kerala Police uncovers multi-crore cryptocurrency scam. Meanwhile the crypto market was trading with green in the morning trade session.
Crypto industry experts have noted that if any crypto platform is giving very high yields, that’s the first red flag for a fake crypto exchange
CloudSEK, a cybersecurity company, has revealed a huge cryptocurrency fraud, with losses to investors and traders estimated at Rs 1,000 crore.
Indian crypto investors failing to differentiate between real and fake websites and apps, lost $128 million (about Rs 1000 crore) to various ongoing crypto...
According to new estimates, the GainBitcoin ponzi scam may have gathered around 3,85,000 to 6,00,000 Bitcoins. Meanwhile, $258 billion class action lawsuit...
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