Recently, scammers have been tricking users into signing transactions that are not what the user thinks it is. For example, having the user sign an “update auth” transaction which changes their keys when the user really thinks he is claiming some Telos tokens. I go into how to secure your EOS account to make sure you are safe from this happening to you, and how to have a backup system in place so that even if you do accidentally sign the wrong transaction, you can still recover your account.
I am only allowed to share 2 links because I am a new forum member here. Please see my YouTube video description for the links to the mentioned scams.
Offline EOSIO transaction generator:
(allows you to change your active key while signing the transaction on an offline computer)
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this video are strictly my own and are not to be construed as trading advice. Do not buy, sell or otherwise trade cryptocurrency based on the content of this video. I am merely sharing what I have done and what I would do in various situations as an educational tool only.
#eos #security #cryptocurrency #tokens #coins #bitcoin #btc #blockchain
Colin Talks Crypto:zap: addresses/wallets:
EOS donation address/account name: colintcrypto
Ethereum (ETH) address: 0x5b90414Aeb115f910698304E63C2C3092739c9c0
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) address: qpzc3apy9s8x2qtlqxxgnalfxtzgnkg5nq352w9k2t
Bitcoin (BTC) address: 1Da6ivdriJpzqnLkNEa1XnKk5nGCiyRZrF
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