- Certik Team has detected a BSC address i.e.
0xE574D53100e9329b3F9F2AAa3ddc59dAd5019946which is creating multiple projects for rug pulls.
NYM token was soft rug pulled, leading to a 12.72 BNB loss.
Disclaimer: The NYM token deployed on BSC is not the same token deployed on Ethereum, though the token names are the same.
NYM token deployer has already soft rug pulled many other unverified tokens. The deployer used the attention from the actual NYM announcement to attract the victims to buy the fake NYM on BSC, and the soft rug was pulled afterward. These activities are highly suspicious scams.
Below are a list of potential scams involved and the amount that has been rugged.
Here is the Strategy of the Hacker;
- The deployer deploys an unverified token contract.
- The deployer creates a pool and adds initial liquidity using the newly created token and WBNB, i.e., 200 WBNB.
- After some victims buy the unverified fake token from the pancake pool, the deployer removes the liquidity.
Here are some other Rug-Pull Scams our readers should know about;