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Cardano Warns, facilitating Youtube Scams about fake ADA giveaways

YouTube scams are being informed by Cardano founder, which was stimulating a fake ADA giveaway.

Cardano is circulating awareness in public against the scams facilitating a fake ADA giveaway

Charles Hoskinson, Cardano founder tweeted, YouTube account has been utilizing a keynote address also fascinated by a fake giveaway. 

“It has come to my attention that a scam has been floating around using my conference keynote to promote a giveaway this is a scam. Please report it to YouTube. We will take legal action if we can against those responsible.”

It was noticed that the rate of ADA reached a high of about 85%, it took less than two weeks of duration from $0.074 to $0.137. Also the Cardano is uplifting it’s ecosystem to the “Shelley”

advance. Also “Shelley” Cardano will shift from a centralized network to a distributed one.

After he tweeted out, he requested his followers to broadcast the video, Hoskinson retweeted over the comments that were scams were also being facilitated in Youtube ads.

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