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1  Other / Beginners & Help / Protect your private key to keep it safe on: September 19, 2018, 08:38:14 PM
Private key is a keyword or code consisting of many letters which also proves that the private owner of the key has a digital wallet such as ethereum, bitcoin, and so on. Losing the private key can be fatal to your wallet, you may lose the balance and token in the wallet, so keep your key private if you don't want it to happen to you.

As a private key owner, you must be careful of fake sites that want your private key, this case has often happened to some people, they don't know that they have been fooled by scammers. These fake sites can resemble crypto markets, exchange sites, and many other types of sites that are very harmful to your private key, check it out before you enter the site you visit, it is very important for you so that you don't fall into trap of scammers.

Do not let you be easily fooled by someone's trickery, because crime is not only in one room, in social media the criminals do their actions to take your wealth, I have seen a G-Mail that contains a giveaway token, there is a form link available, however ... after I observed that the form contained fake exchange links, this is unfortunate if someone did not know and just handed the private key in the hands of the scammers, it would be very detrimental if we got fooled and lost all the results of the wallet we have.

Save it, do not give your private key to anyone, because the private key that you have is your future, if you lose it, then all your dreams will be forfeited instantly, thank you,
2  Other / Beginners & Help / CAUTION !!! FRAUD everywhere. on: September 14, 2018, 04:39:25 PM
If you are a beginner bounty hunter, you must be careful about anything you see such as advertisements, messages, websites, and the like. We should be aware of this, because NOT ALL sites and messages are safe, and it must be remembered that before you step into any road you should first examine whether the road is dangerous or otherwise, because an unplanned action will lead to chaos.

You will often see advertisements on any website or article, yes ... basically the ad serves to attract the attention of others, so of course the ad describes interesting things that other people want to do in the ad. However, you have to pay attention to what you see if you have entered the core in that ad, who knows if you have been sent in the world of PHISHING or the like, recently I saw FAKE SITE with a look very similar to EtherDelta, EtherDelta is an eye exchange site crypto money, if you have ever or know EtherDelta, you certainly know how the EtherDelta system is so that you can run and trade there. By entering PRIVATE KEY and Eth Address on EtherDelta, you will be able to exchange there, without it, you cannot trade, and this is the problem. Previously I found an ad message in G-mail that contained an invitation to join AIRDROP and fill out a form to get a number of tokens, and the price of the token was very unnatural, after I checked, I found a fake EtherDelta site, I was almost deceived because the appearance was not much different with the original, if I misstep, then the balance and contents in my wallet will disappear instantly, if this happens to you, I emphasize that it is not easy to be fooled by things that invite you rich instantly, I mean in terms of wealth will not come without us trying to get it.

Crime is not just there, fraud in social media whether it's Facebook, Twitter, telegrams and the like is a nest for someone to do it. Crimes that are often carried out on social media are someone who claims to be an admin and someone who wants to buy tokens in social media groups. Don't let you be fooled by their gentle chatter, you might be fooled by them. Maybe it's not just their way to grab our results, but if you continue to be aware of everything, surely you won't be touched by things that smell negative. thanks.
3  Economy / Trading Discussion / Be careful with fake exchanges on: September 09, 2018, 10:36:50 AM
For those of you traders, please be careful with fake exchanges, because I found a VERY SAME exchange that makes no difference at all like the exchange on EtherDelta, the fake exchange link that I saw I got from my Gmail inbox, which message it was contains about giving tokens like AIRDROP, and there I am given a registration form link and in the form there is a fake EtherDelta link, and this is the link http://EtherDelta.website, and this is the original EtherDelta link https://etherdelta.com/. There is no difference at all in the two exchanges, the images, features and others are exactly the same, so please be careful.

Secure your private key, secure your wallet, do not easily believe things that invite you to get rich instantly, do not easily trust advertisements, because crime is not just at one door, who knows there are many other fake exchanges, therefore be careful.
4  Local / Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian) / Numpang nanya mastah... on: August 19, 2018, 10:47:24 AM
sebelumnya saya minta maaf karena sudah membuang waktu agan2 semua, tapi saya mau nanya nih, saya kan mau deposit token di Etherdelta, sebelumnya saya sudah pernah jual dan alhamdulillah lancar2 aja, lah pas saya mau jual salah satu token lagi, transaksi gagal dan ada peringatan [Bad Instruction], itu kenapa ya gan? padahal token yang lain lancar2 aja, tapi yang satu ini selalu gagal kalo mau di deposit, dan sudah beberapa kali saya deposit masih sama aja Bad Instruction, tolong kasih masukan gan, terima kasih.

tambahan, ini daftar link transaksi yang gagal https://etherscan.io/txs?a=0xe18d3468fa3c20d5c653ba4511f843351954cfa5&f=1, mungkin agan pernah mengalami ini, dan saya bersyukur kalo agan bisa bantu.
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