- Telos listed on CoinGeko
- You can read up about Arbitrator Candidates on Telos Foundation Website
- EOS Playstation launches roulette for Telos
- Check out the low deployment cost on Telos vs EOS
- Cryptocanary picks up Telos
- Bitpie partners with Telos
- Douglas Horn of Goodblock wrote a very insightful article about deploying dApps on Telos
- And the tidbit we are going to dig deeper into today is a warning to the Telos community that there is a new scam site out there!
DISCLAIMER! NO WEBSITE SHOULD EVER ASK YOU FOR YOUR PRIVATE KEY! IF THEY DO IT’S A SCAM!
The Telos community has been working hard to get scam sites shut down as soon as possible after we are alerted of them. One such site has been out there for a while jumping from host to host with a suspicious “-” in the web address. A new version has now reared it’s ugly head and the one difference in the address is the omission of the “o” in foundation.
As this graphic shows, you have to be very careful to look at and match the correct websites.
We ask that you be very vigilant as you click on links and enter information that you are on the correct websites. Telos Foundation will NEVER ask you for your private keys.
It is our hope that once arbitrators are elected, that we can help the community members who have already fallen victim of this scam.
This article describes 8 common bitcoin scams (and how to avoid them). The first mentioned is the type of scam that has been floating around the Telos community, a phishing scam. We encourage you to read up on these scammers and the tricks they use so that you can avoid them at all possible costs!