Security Tips

DO NOT PUBLICLY DISCLOSE YOUR ASSETS/COINS

  • This de-anonymizes you and paints a target on your back for hacking, phishing, or scam attempts
     

  • Be very suspicious of all URLs, emails, forms, and direct messages

  • If someone claims to be from "support" they are trying to scam you

  • If someone claims you need to "validate" they are trying to scam you

  • Never screenshot your passphrase on your phone (malicious apps can get access)

  • Never save your passphrase on your computer or have it stored in your clipboard

  • In SafeMoon Wallet, go to Settings → Security, enable Device Login Security along with Transaction Signing and Google Authenticator 
     

  • The official SafeMoon contract is 0x42981d0bfbAf196529376EE702F2a9Eb9092fcB5

Unfortunately, there's not much we can do to stop people from private messaging you. However we can make you aware that NO ONE should be asking you for any details relating to your wallet. 

Just simply block and report any scammers you may come into contact with. 

 

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CatsRus looks to give some insight to how he protects his assets and how he looks to trade on a day to day basis. You can also look to read about his Wallet Security HERE

Do not reveal or share your Wallet keys.

It is imperative that you do not look to share or reveal your Seed Phrase or Private Key to anyone. No Matter the reason. 

The Wallet Key is the direct access to your wallet and with it no security measure can stop you losing your funds if someone knows it!

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