Crypto users need to stay vigilant as hackers launch fresh attacks, this time targeting the XRP community. According to a report by Twitter user JackTheRippler, a new email phishing scam has emerged, attempting to steal users’ account information and digital assets.
The fake email alleges Ripple is inviting XRP holders to participate in a new 300M Ripple accelerator program, with a CTA button to “claim XRP.”
JackTheRippler warns that the email is fake and users should not click on any links or provide any personal information.
As crypto adoption increases, hackers craft more sophisticated scams to take advantage of unsuspecting users. It’s crucial for the crypto community to educate themselves on how to spot fraudulent emails and messages. Staying vigilant and using secure practices can help protect your digital assets in this wild west environment.
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