Top 10 Crypto Scam Coins You Should Never Trade To Avoid Loosing Your Funds (PART 1)

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Today I'll be sharing a vital information for crypto traders and crypto investors to protect you from loosing your funds and crypto assets stored in your wallets. The fact is that there are some specific coins which can make you loose all your stored assets whenever you intend to withdraw these set of coins. These coins are randomly sent by hackers to random users crypto wallet as dust with the sole intention of hacking into users crypto wallet to steal their coins. These is simply similar to a theft process known as "Dust Attack". The hackers are able to achieve this by creating a phishing links which are authorised or confirmed by users which gives the hackers access to the users crypto wallet for easy transfer of funds.

I hope to educate you more about Dust attack in the crypto space via my blog and I hope you won't miss it. My main focus on this post is to enlighten you more about some list of coins which I found to posses such malware traits or features that can cause you to loose your funds or your whole crypto assets if you aren't very careful. I'll also advice that you should delete such coins from your wallet and never try trading or withdrawing them from your wallet because they are scam coins created to steal your whole cryptos. I think it's time we let the cat out of the bag!!

#1 MINEREUM BSC (MNEB)

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From the information I gathered about Minereum BSC (MNEB), I got to know that this coin is one of the the scam coins being transferred to different users wallet randomly, so don't be surprised when you find 150,000 MNEB tokens airdrop in your wallet. This coin was created by some set of hackers using BSC (Binance Smart Chain) with a total supply of 194,714,605,955.481648. The contract address for this scam coin is 0xd22202d23fe7de9e3dbe11a2a88f42f4cb9507cf and the project official website is https://bsc.minereum.com/.

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This should not be mistaken for the original Minereum coin (MNE) developed on Etherium blockchain. MNE is more genuine and this is why the scammers thought of creating a BSC version of MNE naming it MNEB with the sole intention of hacking into users account. My advice is that if you ever come across coin named MNEB in your wallet, I suggest you delete such coin from your wallet because it's one of the scam coins created by scammers.

Official website of MNE: https://www.minereum.com/

Contract Address: 0x426ca1ea2406c07d75db9585f22781c096e3d0e0

Coin Info: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/minereum/

You will definitely notice that the Minereum BSC (MNEB) website was cloned from the original Minereum (Minereum) website. Also according to bsc news If a user was airdropped 150,000 MNEB reflecting MNE’s price, which is equivalent to 0.10 according to coinmarketcap the user will thinks they have $15,000 worth of MNEB tokens. The scammer introduces a fee of 0.3 BNB to claim $15,000 but the fact is that the user will never be able to get that $15,000 as mentioned while the hackers earns free the 0.3 BNB you sent for claiming the airdrop and if care is not taking, you may likewise loose some of your tokens depending on the level of malware in the phishing link.

#2 VELO CHAIN (VELO)

The second on the list is Velo Chain (Velo). Velo chain is also another scam coin built on Binance Smart Chain (BSC) with a total supply of 100,000,000 VELO tokens. This coins has been distributed to over 100,000 wallet addresses on BSC according to BSC scan and the contract address for this coin is 0xc7ef1bff46cd025509cf5e55fa5cd5c14793cbff. Don't be astonished when you get number of VELO tokens airdropped into your crypto wallet.

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The real VELO token was built on stellar network with a total supply of 30,000,000,000 and the official website for the genuine VELO token is https://www.velo.org unlike the fake velochain coin whose website is https://www.velochain.io which is currently down. This simply implies that you can't contact any of the team or support whenever you have problem or issues. It is highly recommended to delete such token and never have the attempt of interacting with such coin whenever you come across on your wallet.

I'll be ending this post here for today to avoid making this content voluminous for easy understanding and and comprehension. I advice you stay updated with my blog to avoid missing out the important information about remaining coins.

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Hello @hardaeborla
It's amazing how crafty hackers have become with these things, that's why it's important to be constantly educating yourself.
Because losing any funds we might have must not be pleasant at all. But, unfortunately most people fall for the "free money" stuff.
Good way to educate, to avoid. Thanks for the information.

Hello @josevas217 💕😊

I think one of the reasons most people get scammed in the crypto space is due to the fact that they fall for the word "free money" just as you've stated up there and I think it's high time people start learning about how they can secure their wallet from such tricks developed by hackers/scammers.

Thanks for your lovely comment with love from @hardaeborla and I hope you have a great day ahead 💕😊

Greetings @ hardaeborla
As in any business or companies scammers are always lurking, and in the blockchain can not escape, it is important to be able to know before trading with any currency its provenance or project to not fall for these thieves who want to enrich in a very easy way. Particularly in my wallet I take a coin that I do not buy NFT, I will check well because I think he is a scammer .

Thank you very much for sharing your post

Greetings @dglan 😊

Particularly in my wallet I take a coin that I do not buy NFT, I will check well because I think he is a scammer.

Lol.. This part really got me laughing but the reality is that some genuine coins are also airdropped randomly to random users just for the coin to have more number of holders. I could remember finding 500,000 WSG tokens on my wallet surprisingly. I made my research about the coin I noticed it's not actually a scam token. The actually airdropped it to random users with the intent of having many holders.

Thanks for your lovely comment with love from @hardaeborla and and I hope you have a great day ahead 😊💕💗

Thanks for sharing a vital information these days hackers are becoming more smart we shouldn't be left out as well constant updates and educating ourselves will help minimize such loss.

I'm really glad you found this helpful 😊

Thanks for your lovely comment with love from @hardaeborla and I hope you have a great day ahead 💗😊

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