Recently, the Arbitrum community has posted warnings to investors about the possibility of scammers generating fake Arbitrum airdrops. This tactic is popularly known as phishing, where attackers devise a deceptive means to manipulate users into giving out their wallet private keys.
The Web3 space offers improved blockchain security features. However, the flow of digital currencies into the system now makes it attractive for scammers and hackers.
Arbitrum Community Urges Users To Beware Of Fake ARB Airdrops
The Arbitrum upcoming token, ARB, is a layer-2 scaling solution on the Ethereum blockchain network. At the moment, the anticipated token has become an attraction for several scammers, given its profitability.
According to the post, the airdrop program aims to distribute 10 billion ARB governance tokens. The airdrop slated for March 23 will allow holders to vote on code changes. But scammers are already doing enough to rid victims of their funds by introducing fake tokens before the scheduled date.
A post from Redefine, a blockchain security company, shared this information. According to the post,…