- MetaMask denies airdrop rumors
- False rumors create scammer opportunities
- Users urged to stay vigilant
MetaMask, a popular Web3 wallet provider, has issued a warning to its users regarding circulating rumors of an alleged MetaMask airdrop on social media. In a tweet posted on March 28, the company debunked the claims of an upcoming snapshot or airdrop set for March 31.
Highlighting the potential risks associated with such false information, MetaMask stated that these rumors are not only baseless but also dangerous. They create opportunities for scammers and phishers to prey on unsuspecting users. As a precaution, MetaMask urged its users to remain vigilant for fake sites and phishing attempts in the days ahead.
Despite MetaMask’s clarification, some community members continue to express hope that an airdrop may still happen at a later date. However, it is essential for users to stay cautious and prioritize the safety of their digital assets.
In other news, MicroStrategy, a major business intelligence company and famous Bitcoin investor, has taken advantage of the current cryptocurrency market recovery to grow its digital asset portfolio.
Michael Saylor, co-founder and former CEO of MicroStrategy, announced through Twitter on March 27 that the firm has successfully repaid its $205 million loan to Silvergate. According to Saylor, this debt was settled at a 22% discount, as reported on Form 8-K by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
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