It is important to understand a few security concepts and good practices, to safeguard your accounts, digital assets, and personal data when using any Web3 services and applications, including through the Internet of Impacts software and underlying blockchain networks.

What is a Private Key?

Private keys are crucial for accessing your cryptocurrency wallet. This guide by Ledger explains the difference between private and public keys and how to keep your private keys secure.

What is a Smart Contract Security Audit?

A smart contract security audit involves a professional third-party review of the smart contract code to enhance security. Binance Academy's guide explains the importance of these audits.

General Security Principles

Maintaining security is critical in the cryptocurrency space to prevent major exploits. This guide from Binance Academy covers fundamental security principles.

5 Common Crypto Scams and How to Avoid Them

Cryptocurrency users often face various scams, such as giveaway scams and phishing attacks. Binance Academy provides insights on common scams and protection measures.

How to Secure Your Crypto

The phrase "Not your keys, not your crypto" emphasizes the importance of controlling your private keys. Binance Academy offers guidance on securing your cryptocurrency.

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How to Spot Scams in DeFi

As decentralized finance grows, so do scams targeting DeFi users. Learn more about Spotting Scams in DeFi

How to Stay Safe on Discord

Discord is popular in the crypto community, but users must be cautious about phishing. Learn more about Staying Safe on Discord

What are Rug Pulls?

A rug pull is a scam where project creators withdraw funds suddenly, leaving investors with nothing. Learn more about Rug Pulls

Crypto Scams

This section provides examples of common scams in the cryptocurrency world and tips to avoid them. It's important to stay vigilant as new scams continuously emerge.

Imposter Scams

Scammers impersonate legitimate entities like cryptocurrency exchanges or celebrities to deceive you into sending money or information. Learn more about Imposter Scams

Phishing Scams

Phishing scams trick you into revealing personal information or login credentials by pretending to be a trusted entity. Learn more about Phishing Scams

Phone Scams

Phone scams involve scammers calling to extract personal information or money. Learn more about Phone Scams

Crypto Giveaway Scams

Scammers claim to give away free cryptocurrency to trick you into sending money or information. Learn more about Crypto Giveaway Scams

Different Investment Scams

Investment scams in crypto can include Ponzi schemes and pyramid schemes. Learn more about Investment Scams

Computer Malware Scams

Scammers use malware to steal personal information or credentials. Learn more about Computer Malware Scams

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