How to avoid phishing scams with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies

By Peter Berg | February 16, 2019 05:15:51This article originally appeared on Crypto Coins.

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Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency users are finding that the Bitcoin price continues to rise at an alarming rate, with many users reporting significant losses due to phishing attacks.

In the past week, Bitcoin’s price has been up over 500 percent from the previous week’s average price.

The recent surge is attributed to a phishing campaign that attempted to sell the digital currency to users in an attempt to obtain their personal information.

According to research firm Coindesk, Bitcoin accounts for more than two-thirds of all digital currencies in circulation.

The phishing campaigns have been particularly prominent in Asia, where Chinese and Hong Kong based Bitcoin exchanges have seen a significant increase in the number of transactions, with several major exchanges shutting down and others reportedly offering cash or other ways to purchase Bitcoin.

Bitcoin prices in Hong Kong, however, are currently trading at over US$2,400, making the phishing scam a relatively easy and effective way to make money.

In this article, we will walk you through the most common ways that Bitcoin users are losing money to the phishers and explain why you should avoid any type of Bitcoin scams.

To begin, there are three primary ways to lose money from phishing: the first is by selling your personal information to the scammers, the second is by buying Bitcoin directly from the exchanges, and the third is to purchase the digital currencies from a third-party exchange.

There are several ways to buy Bitcoin and there are several different ways to sell your information.

The most common method is to buy from an exchange, which typically offers several different options.

Here’s how to find an exchange.

The easiest way to buy a Bitcoin is to use an online Bitcoin wallet, which is a virtual wallet that you can use to store your Bitcoin balances and transaction history.

In this case, the wallet is called an Ethereum wallet and the Bitcoin is called Bitcoin.

Ethereum is an open source cryptocurrency.

Bitcoin can be purchased through Coinbase, which was launched in 2013 by Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong.

Coinbase’s Ethereum wallet is available on the Coinbase website, with the ability to buy up to $200 worth of Bitcoin in increments of $10.

If you choose to use Coinbase, the Coinbase account will allow you to transfer your Bitcoin to an Ethereum address, which can then be used to send your money to an address that can buy or sell Bitcoin.

To buy Bitcoin, you will need to visit Coinbase’s website, which will then ask you to provide your Bitcoin address and password.

Once you enter this information, the site will ask for a confirmation number and confirm the purchase.

This number will be displayed on the screen and can be used for sending the funds to an account in the wallet.

To purchase Bitcoin from an Ethereum, Coinbase also offers a simple form.

This form allows you to buy or trade Bitcoin for Ethereum.

To purchase Bitcoin, simply enter your Bitcoin balance on Coinbase and enter the amount of Bitcoin that you want to buy.

This will take the form of a number between 0 and 100.

The Ethereum wallet also offers an option to purchase an Ethereum with Ether, which allows you purchase an amount of Ether that is equal to your Bitcoin amount.

To buy Ether, simply create an account on the Ethereum exchange and enter your Ether address, a PIN code and an amount to be paid for your Ether.

Once your Ether is transferred to an Ether address that is associated with your Bitcoin wallet address, your Ether can be sent to your Ethereum wallet address.

Once Ether is sent to the Ethereum wallet, your Bitcoin transaction will be recorded and will show up on your Bitcoin account balance.

In addition to buying and selling Bitcoin, phishers also attempt to send the digital tokens to an offline wallet, where it is possible to send Bitcoin without revealing your Bitcoin or Ethereum address.

The easiest way for a phisher to send Bitcoins or Ethereum is by sending them through a website called BitPay, which uses a “cold wallet,” or an offline Bitcoin or Ether wallet that only has your Bitcoin and Ethereum wallet information.

To send Bitcoin or a cryptocurrency via BitPay’s website or exchange, you first need to sign up for a BitPay account.

To sign up, enter your email address, password and your Bitcoin (or Ethereum) wallet address to access BitPay.

Once signed up, BitPay will send you an email with instructions on how to complete your payment.

Once BitPay has processed your payment, you can then download your wallet.

Once the wallet has downloaded, you must select your wallet address in the top right corner of the BitPay website, where you will see the address of your BitPay wallet.

Once BitPay downloads the BitPesa wallet, it will create a BitPavise account.

The BitPapesite will allow your BitPayer account to transfer Bitcoin and Ether to your account on BitPay without revealing the Bitcoin