app

Phishing target crypto users

Phishing target people of all technology backgrounds and levels across the digital space. There's no one group of crypto users who are more likely to become a victim of a scam, all of us may be vulnerable to a scam at some time.

Americans lost over $80 million in cryptocurrency phishing between October 2020 and April 2021.

gfx

Cryptoscammers target ICO investors

Dozens of new cryptocurrencies launch each month, and alongside these new tokens and coins comes a series of ICOs. Like it or not, crypto investors are opening themselves up to this new and evolving risk of fraud and scams.

14,079 investment scams were reported to the FTC in the first quarter of 2021, and victims lost $215 million in this quarter alone.

The Metabay Extension

Our platform identifies abuses behind crypto transactions, ICO landings, phishing websites with a frictionless experience.

app
  • Alerts the user when an ICO landing page with a low reputation detected.
  • Redirects the user to a safe zone when a phishing website detected.
  • Prompts a popup box when the user transfers coins to blacklisted address.

Our Roadmap

March 2022

Start of the ICO Crypto Platform Development.

June 2022

Over 100 merchants on site

June 2022

Launched of mobile Apps

August 2022

ICO preparation & Press Tour

October 2022

Start Token Sale Round (1)

December 2022

Partnership for the future EcoSystem

January 2023

Our team set-up and commercial preparation

May 2023

Priority opening for Token holder

June 2023

Start Token Sale Round (2)

Octorber 2023

Blockchain usage announcement for global Network

December 2023

Operational Launch United States to general

Don't miss out, Stay updated

Frequently Asked Question

Below we’ve provided a bit of ICO, ICO Token, cryptocurrencies, and few others. If you have any other questions, please get in touch using the contact form below.

What is ICO Scam?

An ICO scam is a practice by malicious cryptocurrency promoters who vanish with investors’ money during or after an ICO. The scam story is simple: promoters launch a new cryptocurrency platform based on a promising concept; the ICO then raises money from various investors; the business may or may not run for some time; and then the promoters who had collected the ICO money disappear, leaving the investors in the lurch. Due to the decentralized, anonymous, and regulation-free operations of the virtual currency ecosystem, it is difficult to trace scammers who dupe the investors.

Phishing is a type of social engineering where an attacker sends a fraudulent (e.g., spoofed, fake, or otherwise deceptive) message designed to trick a human victim into revealing sensitive information to the attacker or to deploy malicious software on the victim's infrastructure like ransomware.