Recently, we were almost scammed out of some Bitcoin. The scam was very clever. We made contact with a business with the intention of ordering their services. A scammer intercepted this contact, then emailed us directly, pretending to be the business. They emailed us a BTC payment address. We had absolutely no way of knowing that this had occurred, and even if we suspected something wasn’t right, it was near impossible to check.
Another common crypto scam relates to ICO contribution addresses. Just this week, a blockchain project running an ICO were hacked, and had their contribution addresses changed on their ICO website. The hackers made off with several large contributions before the team noticed. How can you be 100% sure you’re sending your valuable crypto to the correct recipient?
So we’ve come up with a great solution – Clearify.