How to avoid crypto scams. A Stake Pool Operator’s Advice

  1. There is no free money. Nobody will want to multiply your assets, scammers just want to take them away.
  2. When you need to transact online, always double check (if the site, community channels are legitimate, if it is a person you know — you can speak by phone). Always use logic and common sense, as these days even official channels might be hacked
  3. Cardano staking is secure. You ADA never leaves your wallet. You just choose stake pool operator from your wallet (Daedalus or Yoroi) and start delegating from there
  4. Neither Cardano community members, nor staking pool operators won’t ask you to send your ADA.
  5. Your wallet recovery phrase secures your wallet. Never share this information, either online or offline, and store this information in a secure place.




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