Nouns Warns of Fake Scam Accounts

Nouns Warns of Fake Scam Accounts
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Nouns DAO warned the NFT community of potential scam accounts impersonating its project in a recent tweet.

The accounts are using the avatar from the official Nouns DAO Twitter account and copying the account's bio verbatim as the scammers are looking to attack users who are not checking their sources.

The team reiterated its tweet regarding security from earlier this summer: "This Twitter account is owned by the Nouns Foundation, which exists to support Nouns DAO. We will not share links to surprise mints or ask you to sign transactions with your private keys. Please be diligent while interacting with the Nouns ecosystem. Thank you."

Always remember to check your sources before interacting with any links or connecting your wallet to websites.

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