Users were asked to then pay for the pre-sale tokens with their own cryptocurrency, including Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). As the tokens are non-existent, these funds then ended up in the wallets of attackers.
Another lure is also presented – a fake referral program that promises rewards if users refer friends and family. No rewards were given.
In total, most of the visitors to the fake token landing pages were using mobile devices (98%). The distribution of mobile operating systems in use is fairly even but leans toward Android handsets (56%), followed by Apple iOS (42%).
The majority of victims are located in North America, South America, and Asia.
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