Tinder Platform Becoming a Playground for Cryptocurrency Scammers

In recent years, Tinder turns out to the most prominent internet dating platform around the world. Currently, it appears that Tinder platform has become a playground for cryptocurrency fraudsters.

Further, because of the organization’s expanding online presence, an ever-increasing number of fraudsters are focusing on Tinder as an approach to get the client’s personal data as a means to get to know them.

A recent report from Reddit shows Asian girls profiles claiming to be Asian girls are effectively attempting to connect with cryptocurrency supporters. By doing this, they would be able to spread the news about the recent forthcoming cryptocurrency, thereby leading to a scam.

Tinder was established in 2011. Additionally, it has a good reputation for bringing in repeat customers, paving the way for online scamming. As per Tinder, the average client signs on to the dating site frequently as 11 times daily by giving fraudsters repeated chances to connect and cheat clients of Tinder.

Besides, Tinder application is accessible in 196 nations and gets an average of 1.6 billion swipes per day from among its 50 million clients. The site additionally guarantees that it has plausibly 20 billion “date matches” and gets clients for one million dates for each week.

Roxanne Williams

Roxanne Williams has recently joined as a market reporter for CryptoNewsZ - the 24/7 crypto news site, where she produces recent stories, technical analysis and price updates on world's leading cryptocurrencies.

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