2020 has seen a significant increase in the number of scams related to cryptocurrency. To lure out people’s money, scammers constantly improve their schemes and invent new approaches to look more reliable and trustful.
The ongoing wave of hacks and attacks affects the operation of many companies in the cryptocurrency field. One of the biggest hardware wallet manufacturers Ledger has recently suffered a hack that led to losing about a million emails as well as other customer information.
Beginners in the cryptocurrency industry are often afraid of the risks associated with it. Besides price volatility, the users often face the danger of their wallets being hacked, causing irreparable losses.