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Do Not Be Fooled

Cryptocurrency scams have become increasingly common in recent years, as the popularity of digital currencies has grown. Some of the most common types of cryptocurrency scams include:

Fake ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings): These are fake investment opportunities that promise high returns on investment, but are actually scams designed to steal investors' money.

Phishing scams: Scammers send emails or messages that appear to be from legitimate cryptocurrency exchanges or wallets, asking users to provide their login credentials or other sensitive information.

Ponzi schemes: These scams involve promising investors high returns on their investments, but in reality, the returns are paid out from the investments of new investors, rather than from legitimate profits.

Malware: Hackers create malware that infects users

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