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Are cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and Ethereum perplexing you? You aren’t on your own. Understand how bitcoin differs from cash and other payment methods before using or investing in it, as well as how to avoid cryptocurrency scams and discover compromised cryptocurrency accounts. What exactly is a cryptocurrency?

Investment and business opportunity scams

Some businesses claim that you can make a lot of money in a short period of time and achieve financial independence. Some con artists claim that you must pay in cryptocurrencies in order to have the privilege to attract people into a program. They claim that if you do, you will be rewarded with cryptocurrency for your efforts. They promise that the more bitcoin you pay, the more money you will make. However, these are all bogus promises and guarantees.

Imposter Websites

Even if you are following a good suggestion from someone with a lot of experience, you can still become a victim by accessing a bogus website by accident. A surprising amount of websites have been created to look like legitimate startup companies. Think twice if there isn’t a small lock icon near the URL bar signifying security and the site address doesn’t begin with “HTTPS.” Even though the site appears to be the same as the one you thought you were visiting, you may be sent to a different payment platform.

Scamming Emails

Even if it appears to be an email from a respectable cryptocurrency organization, proceed with caution before investing your digital money. Is the email exactly the same, as well as the logo and branding? Are you able to confirm that the email address belongs to the company? One of the reasons it’s crucial to choose a company with real people working for it is the opportunity to check on this. Ask someone who works there if you have any doubts about an email. Also, never go to a website by clicking on a link in an email.

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