Recently, Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep) has noticed that there are several new NFT fraud patterns. Here are some examples:

1) Airdrop phishing. A user may get an NFT through airdrop for free. He/she will then receive a message about someone trying to buy the NFT at an attractive price. By interacting with the other party, he/she may fall into a trap;

2) Free mint NFT scam. Scammers create a FOMO feeling to lure users to participate in a deceptive Mint, thus getting access to their wallets and draining their funds;

3) Honeypot scam. The scammers make fake transactions to raise the volume and floor prices of an NFT collection to attract users’ attention. But users may not be able to resell the NFTs after buying them.

Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep) kindly reminds you to tread with caution when investing in NFTs, beware of scams, and protect your crypto assets.

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