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      We have been notified of a significant scam operation, impersonating the Solana project on Twitter. Victims are lured through the handle @SolanaAirdropX, with promises that appear too good to be true. It’s essential to remain skeptical of such offers and conduct thorough due diligence before engaging in cryptocurrency transactions.

      Case Details:

      • Cryptocurrency: Solana (SOL)
      • Transaction Hash: 3FtErqSxEm65BS3xRMCEvYuU17NQ4R7VtdesnpKWNJnE3b269bUkPj1gTxM7bQ7mKoL9FqbsJGwZ78HDCb4DNy6c
      • Scam Type: Impersonation and fraudulent airdrop offer
      • Scam Website: (Scam Website URL)
      • Receiving Address: EF1zvqeZCih9njP2ibMSfB7vUEdvrgNzDUN8pfZ51Qak

      The sender was duped into transferring a substantial amount of Solana (SOL) to a scammer’s address. This serves as a stark reminder to the community about the risks of engaging with unsolicited offers and the importance of verifying the legitimacy of any cryptocurrency project.

      If you have fallen victim to a similar scam or have interacted with the handle @SolanaAirdropX, please come forward and share your story. Your information could help others avoid being scammed and assist in ongoing OSINT investigations.

      Remember, no legitimate organization will ask you to send them cryptocurrency in return for more. Always double-check the URLs and the official channels of communication before transferring any funds.

      Stay safe, and always verify before you trust.

      Adam, Community Moderator/Admin

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