Giveaways: In a giveaway scam, the scammer will promise you free cryptocurrency as part of a supposed giveaway and will request that you verify your wallet address by sending some cryptocurrency to a wallet address specified by them. They will sometimes ask for your Seed Phrase, which you should never share with anyone.
Phishing: Threat actors use phishing techniques to get into people's online bank accounts, email accounts, and other password-protected accounts. A common tactic used in phishing attacks is to trick victims into visiting a website that they may assume to be that of a legitimate service. Note that clicking on a Phishing website is generally harmless as long as you didn’t write any critical information.
Impersonation: Simply impersonating a mod, tech support, or dev. NEVER trust anyone that randomly DMs you offering help. They often have fairly convincing names and profiles claiming to be “Revolotto Support”, “Support Tech”, “PancakeSwap”, etc. No one will ever reach out to you on behalf of Revolotto, a Wallet, or an Exchange, and ask for crypto transfers or for your private wallet keys.
Dusting: Dusting attacks occur when a small amount of crypto that you did not buy appears in your wallet along with your other crypto. There are many reasons this could happen: attempts to de-anonymize your wallet for tracking/phishing purposes, market promotion of currencies via inflating their holding numbers, etc. If you receive a small amount of crypto in your wallet that you did not buy, do not touch it! Leave it alone or disable it. If you send it elsewhere, whoever sent it to you could track your information via that transaction. Note I: They are harmless as long as you don’t sell them. Note II: Some dusting can be worth tens of thousands. Keep in mind that those dusting coins will have zero liquidity.
Extra Security Tips: Your unique wallet phrase is your private key to your crypto. NEVER SHARE IT WITH ANYONE. If your personal keys to your wallet are compromised you can lose access to your crypto. Write your keys down on paper, don’t simply screenshot them in your phone.
Don’t talk about/flaunt how much crypto you have! Hold that information close to your chest. Sharing this information could make you a target.
- 1.sending cryptocurrency to unknown external addresses.
- 2.sending cryptocurrency under the false pretext of address verification for a promised giveaway.
- 3.share your account login and security credentials with anyone, whether it be a staff or a developer.
- 4.Always report suspicious or fraudulent account activity to CHANNEL LINK
- 5.Use two-factor authentication (2FA) to safeguard your accounts.
- 6.Be careful when clicking on any links in any space-related to cryptocurrency.
- 7.OPTIONAL - Disconnect your wallet/log out from PancakeSwap after your swap is complete via tapping the number in the upper right corner and tapping “Log out” when prompted.
What is a Secret Recovery Phrase and how to back it up: The use of a seed phrase, or Secret Recovery Phrase, is a standard most crypto-wallets use. It's generated randomly when you create a MetaMask account, which is unique, and serves to generate addresses.
When you create a MetaMask wallet, you are given your 12-word Secret Recovery Phrase. MetaMask does not control any of your personal or private data on our servers. Everything is encrypted in your browser and protected via your MetaMask password. So, when you lose your MetaMask accounts, and need to restore MetaMask, you can only do that with your Secret Recovery Phrase.
How To Reveal (and save) Secret Recovery Phrase: When you restore MetaMask wallet, it restores MetaMask accounts too. If you have imported accounts, you will have to import them again.
Why you need to store your Secret Recovery Phrase: MetaMask is not a cloud-based solution. If your device breaks, is lost, stolen, or has data corruption, there is no way for the MetaMask Support team to recover this for you. This Secret Recovery Phrase is the only way to recover your MetaMask accounts.
Don’t share your Secret Recovery Phrase and private keys: Anyone who has your Secret Recovery Phrase or private keys could send Ether or tokens from your accounts. Never share them with anyone, including the MetaMask team. We will never ask for you to provide this. If someone claims that we do, insist on not sharing. Please report to @TeamRevolotto#2504 or send us an email on
[email protected]about the person who claims to be Revolotto team member, and asks for your Secret Recovery Phrase and/or private keys.
There is no such thing as too much safety. The basic guide here is by no means comprehensive. Always learn how to better protect your tokens, by learning from the community, informative materials or discussion channels.
Here are some additional resources on how to keep your computer safe:
Windows: Keep your computer secure at home https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/keep-your-computer-secure-at-home-c348f24f-a4f0-de5d-9e4a-e0fc156ab221
Linux: Protect your person linux/unix computer https://safecomputing.umich.edu/protect-yourself/secure-your-devices/personal-computer/linuxunix
Revolotto's team is looking to the future with their eyes. Revolotto is a successful project. By observing the success of Revolotto, many scammers will try to deceive people by using Revolotto's name. So we have come up with complete instructions for your protection.
- Revolotto admins will never send you a DM first.
- If someone texts you personally and claims to be from Revolotto's team, they are lying. Immediately block and report them.
- Keep in mind! Greed is a Curse. Don't fall for Airdrop Scams. If someone sends you a personal message and offers to give you Revolotto coins for free, remember this is a scam and immediately block and report those people.
- We will NEVER ask for private keys/phrases or to send funds. We NEVER give you any random links.
- Our team will never DM you on TG. If there is anything else you need to ask, please let us know in our official telegram group @Revolotto
- Only use our official telegram group and channel @Revolotto @Revolotto_Official.
- Don’t talk about/flaunt how much crypto you have! Hold that information close to your chest. Sharing this information could make you a target.