How to protect against cryptocurrency fraud?

1. Investigate any cryptocurrency investment platform before you invest. Research the company, read reviews and look at the website to see if the company looks legitimate or not.

2. Verify the authenticity of cryptocurrency wallets and exchanges. Check that the exchange or wallet you are using is reputable and trustworthy.

3. Use two-factor authentication for your accounts for added security.

4. Use strong passwords for your accounts and store them safely.

5. Keep your transactions private. Do not share information about the cryptocurrencies you are buying, selling or trading with anyone.

6. Avoid responding to emails or messages from unknown sources offering investments or other opportunities in cryptocurrency.

7. Stay up-to-date with the latest news and developments in the cryptocurrency space.

8. Be vigilant when sharing your personal information with anyone, even if they are involved in the cryptocurrency industry.