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General Security Principles

The emergence of cryptocurrencies has brought about more possibilities for people, but it also comes with various risks. By following these three main security principles, you can mitigate the risks associated with holding, using, and trading cryptocurrencies to some extent.
  • Protect Your Privacy With the rapid development of the internet era and information technology, personal information is becoming easier to obtain and exploit. Cybercrime is becoming increasingly common, making privacy protection even more important. Many unscrupulous individuals in the trading market impersonate official identities and set up phishing traps to steal your account passwords, identity, and cause financial losses. Personal information security, property security, and privacy protection are closely related. Only by protecting your security and privacy can you effectively prevent these risks.
Therefore, we recommend the following:
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    Keep your account balance confidential.
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    Keep the information associated with your account confidential.
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    Use encrypted communication channels.
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    Avoid sharing information that is connected to your offline identity.
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    Never disclose addresses you have used in any circumstances.
  • Stay Vigilant In decentralized exchanges, users have their own private keys, which means they have full control over their funds. Once a transaction is broadcasted to the network and confirmed, it becomes irreversible. The nature of cryptocurrencies places the responsibility of protecting asset security directly on the end users. It is important to remain vigilant and be aware of common phishing strategies. Familiarizing yourself with these potential dangers will help you better protect the security of your tokens.
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    Be cautious when interacting with strangers online. Before sharing personal information or engaging in any financial transactions, verify their identity and do not blindly transfer funds to avoid falling victim to scams. Always confirm the other party's identity and reliability before involving money.
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    Beware of scammers pretending to be authorized representatives, official business/customer service personnel, etc. If you encounter such individuals or situations, contact our online customer service or verify identities and information on the official website.
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    Strengthen your security awareness, stay vigilant at all times, and promptly report any suspicious activities or fraudulent behaviors to our official customer service.
  • Establish Your Own Security Protection System There are security tools available to help you deal with these dangers. Measures to ensure the security of cryptocurrency assets include hardware wallets. Hardware wallets strike a balance between usability and security. These portable devices protect private keys from malicious software and hackers through offline storage, and most operations require physical confirmation. We recommend staying updated with cryptocurrency news and taking necessary security precautions before potential crises arise.