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      Community Alert: Unidentified Ether Scam

      We’ve been notified about a suspicious transaction involving Ether (ETH), which appears to be part of a scam. The details provided could be crucial for OSINT research and those in the crypto community to be aware of. Here’s what we know:

      • Cryptocurrency Type: Ether/ERC20 Token
      • Transaction Hash: 0x5a886bd7c88751834626eb40e92b364646e1d8d7b56ac18c9be925a9a9d3fb1d
      • Suspected Scam Website: (This is not the official Coinbase website and could be a fraudulent site impersonating the legitimate service.)
      • Receiving Wallet Address: 0x167952f642ecf0f8879b3681880f6856414a1d1e
      • Amount Transferred: 0.56 ETH
      • Date and Time of Transaction: March 30, 2024, 08:50:35 PM +UTC

      The transaction was confirmed on the Ethereum blockchain, which suggests that the funds have been moved, potentially to the scammer’s address. If you have experienced a similar scam or recognize the wallet address, please share your experience. Collective information may help prevent further scams and possibly assist in tracking down the offenders.

      As a reminder, always scrutinize the URLs and verify that you use official websites for cryptocurrency transactions. Scammers often create fake websites that mimic legitimate services to deceive users. If something seems off or too good to be true, it likely is.

      If you’ve been impacted by this or a similar scam, report it to the relevant authorities and the cryptocurrency platform involved. Your report could help protect the community and contribute to the pursuit of justice.

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