- BlockSec Team has detected a fake OpenSea Twitter Account and a fake OpenSea Phishing website.
We want to advise our readers that many scammers are active in full force. https://opensea.io/ is the only official website. So users should always be highly suspicious when connecting their wallet to a website, and they should never type their seed phrase. Here is an example of a phishing link: https://opentoken.sale. This link is a scam!!! Please don’t use this.
If we talk about the scammer’s Twitter account, i.e., https://twitter.com/alciryn1980. This is deleted now.
Last month, we saw a similar OpenSea Phishing Link Scam, where Hackers have profited around 3 ETH from using the phishing link, i.e., https://opentoken.live/. Also, we have seen a different OpenSea Phishing Link Scam with a phishing site https://openseaspps.com/ with its Twitter account.
Here are some other phishing links scams our readers should know about;