Telegram’s “moving bricks and arbitrage” scams have intensified, with a single day fraud amount of 1.8 million yuan

According to CoinHunter.io monitoring, at 14:13:43 Beijing time, some users reported that they had suffered a Telegram "moving brick arbitrage" fraud. The criminals lied about converting HT to ETH at a ratio of 1:177, tricking the cheaper user into transferring the assets into the fraudster 0x3358cb account and transferring the user to the fake HT (contract address: 0xd577bd98e1bd4e33ce20d172e1bd4e33ce20d172ca79f217658f07d8). As of the time of the report, the scam is still running. Many users have been fooled. The total amount of fraud is 969 ETHs, and the single user is defrauded to 885 ETHs. Currently, the scammer has transferred funds to the new address at the beginning of 0x6eC96A. It is understood that Firecoin has issued relevant announcements to remind users to prevent the risk warnings of various forms of fraud, such as “moving bricks and arbitrage”, but there are still users who are constantly being deceived. Here again, users are reminded to guard against such “bringing arbitrage” scams. Causing unnecessary asset losses.