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Beware: scammers using EXMO Coin name

We found a website operated by scammers, who make use of the EXMO Coin name for their project. Be careful and always check websites before taking any action.

Our exchange has nothing to do with The creators of this project have been using the name of our token without our knowledge. They probably want to mislead traders, token holders and those who have heard about our platform.

Remember, the official resources of are and

Don’t let scammers take advantage. Check for the legitimacy of projects before registering or investing in them.

To protect yourself from scammers, you need to know about the methods employed by them. We have compiled a list of the most popular crypto theft schemes so that you do not become a victim:

  1. Fake exchangers. The victim sends crypto or fiat for exchange, but does not receive money back.
  2. Phishing sites. Such websites imitate real resources, in order to take possession of personal data and gain access to assets.
  3. Phishing apps. In order to not fall for a fake financial app, always download them from the developers’ official websites.
  4. Fake airdrops and coin giveaways. Remember, real projects never ask you to send money or provide access to your wallet to receive free coins. This also includes fake contests with the participation of famous personalities.
  5. Transferring funds to fraudsters. Attackers often use celebrity names to convince more victims to give away their money, ostensibly for profit.
  6. Financial pyramids. This scheme is arranged in the same way as in traditional finance: such projects grow exclusively at the expense of investors’ money. In order to not become a victim, do not invest in dubious projects.
  7. Sale of scam coins. Fraudsters arrange intentional pumps and dumps of coins in order to profit on the difference in their rates. As a rule, such coins have scanty capitalisation and liquidity.
  8. Coins that cannot be sold. The smart contracts of such cryptocurrencies state that they can be bought, but not sold.
Remember, the security of your crypto is also your responsibility. Be careful. Scammers in the U.S. alone caused losses of $6.9 billion last year, according to the FBI’s new report. We have outlined security tips on how to keep your crypto safe and sound so that you do not succumb to the tricks of scammers.

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