Shiba Inu (SHIB) Community Receives Critical Warning, Here’s What It Pertains To
Shib Army Scam Alerts, an X handle committed to uncovering scams and protecting the Shiba Inu community, has given an important warning to the Shiba Inu community, exchanges and portals.
Susbarium warns that scam emails are circulating that appear to be from the Shiba Inu team, attempting to deceive unsuspecting individuals.
Please be advised that there are scam emails circulating.
These emails may appear to be from us but are not and have been designed to deceive you. Please exercise caution and always check the legitimacy of the content by contacting the sender/us directly… pic.twitter.com/UX6YXEkjwy
— Shibarmy Scam Alerts (@susbarium) October 11, 2023
Shiba Inu users, as well as exchanges and portals, should exercise vigilance and always double-check the legitimacy of the content and the email’s authenticity.
Ragnar, the Shiba Inu Telegram Admin, speaks along these lines, echoing the same warning to exchanges and Shiba Inu users.
He acknowledged receiving messages from exchange listing managers stating that they are receiving offers to list SHIB in the Fantom chain.
According to Ragnar, there is no FTM version of SHIB, no official SHIB LinkedIn, and only a Metaverse SHIB LinkedIn operated by Shib Metaverse advisor Marcie Jastrow.
Shiba Inu users are urged to be wary of imposter accounts that provide links to unsafe sites. They should not respond to any requests from such accounts or click on any suspicious links.
BONE listed on Turkish crypto exchange
Shiba Inu governance and Shibarium token BONE now listed on Turkish-based crypto platform Bitcointry via the BONE/USDT trading pair.
Bitcointry revealed on Monday that it has completed the integration of the recently launched Shibarium network within its platform.
The move could pave the door for Bitcointry to provide its customers with a diverse choice of assets in the Shiba Inu ecosystem.