How Not To Get Scammed (in Crypto)

Example of a mass phishing scam
Sad spam message, probably worked :(
  1. If you take your eye off your opponent, they may not go light because there is only 10 seconds left (there is a loud clap sound signifying 10 seconds remaining). It is the responsibility of the fighter to be aware and safe at all times.
  2. If you put your hands down after you hear the bell, there could be malicious or accidental punishment coming milliseconds after you let your guard down.

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A Crypto Consultant

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Researcher, Investor, Educator, Crypto Consultant. Love all things business, fintech, and cybersecurity.

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