Even in spite of the fact that the complete crypto-fever has finally subsided, many scammers are still awake. According to Founder & CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao (CZ), most of the 500+ “Binance employees” on LinkedIn are scammers.
Be aware of scammers. Most of the 500+ “Binance employees” on LinkedIn are FAKE. Our listing team is not public on LinkedIn. We will never contact you first about listing applications.— CZ Binance (@cz_binance) December 3, 2018
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In fact, LinkedIn is far from being the only place where scammers hordes often sit. For example, earlier, the official Twitter account of G Suite, a brand of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools, software and products developed by Google, was hacked by unknown attackers in order to promote a malicious bitcoin giveaway.
Not to mention the case when a woman was deceived by scammers who were using a Bitcoin ATM scheme.
However, it seems that CZ doesn’t actually feel worry about such a massive scam arrival.
Previously, the Binance’s founder got a tattoo.
“All in all, here are the first tattoos of the CoinMarketCap logo and the first 3 of the Binance logo. It was my honor to have done my first ever tattoo with Luke and Gareth. It’s crazy, even by my standards. And I believe they also appreciated the crazy night. Tattooing together is a true bonding experience,” said CZ.