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Scam alert: $300K stolen by fake Blur airdrop websites

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Scammers continue to prey on nonfungible token (NFT) users looking to claim Blur (BLUR) token airdrops through numerous scam websites.According to data from TrustCheck, over $300,000 has been stolen from unsuspecting users that have linked wallets to malicious websites.

The legitimate Blur platform is a newcomer to the NFT marketplace space, making waves in the industry with booming user numbers and trading volume directly resulting from the platform’s three-phase airdrop incentive scheme.

10% of Blur’s total token supply was distributed to users based on their trading activity in its second token airdrop scheme from Feb.

15. The first airdrop was retroactive, awarding tokens to anybody who traded an NFT on Ethereum in the six months leading up to the platform’s launch in October 2022.

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