A new phishing site has been impersonating an encrypted messaging service to steal digital currencies from users by changing their digital currency addresses.
There’s always at least one person willing to try to scam people out of their money with every new opportunity that surfaces.
Crafty North Korean hackers nearly found a way to steal a bunch of money from South Korean cryptocurrency investors.
Michael Richo, 37, was charged with fraud and money laundering offenses for his involvement in a Bitcoin phishing scheme, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Connecticut.
It’s good to remind everyone now and then that they need to be vigilant in order to avoid cryptocurrency frauds and scams.