Shiba Inu Renames Its Scam Tracking Platform
Lucie said The account has been renamed and handed over to a new team.
Lucie, a prominent Shiba Inu marketing team member, has shared an update about @susbarium, a Twitter handle identifying scams within the SHIB ecosystem.
In a tweet today, Lucie said the team behind @susbarium had renamed the account to Shibarmy Scam Alerts. Furthermore, Lucie also disclosed that the Twitter handle is now under the control of Shibarium Tech Discord channel moderators.
“Info: @susbarium has been renamed and handed over to Shibarium Tech discord moderators. New name: Shibarmy Scam Alerts,”said Lucie.
Info : @susbarium has been renamed and handed over to Shibarium Tech discord moderators.
New name: Shibarmy Scam Alerts
We started out as fun, but I think it went really well, so nothing really changes except now you know exactly who is behind the account.
We take security… pic.twitter.com/anClJmIIAp
— 𝐋𝐔𝐂𝐈𝐄 (@LucieSHIB) May 26, 2023
She further assured SHIB community members that the recent development would not change anything, as the Twitter handle will continue to identify scams within the Shiba Inu ecosystem.
“We started out as fun, but I think it went really well, so nothing really changes except now you know exactly who is behind the account,” the official Shiba Inu team member said.
Growing Scams Within Shiba Inu Ecosystem
Like most cryptocurrency projects, the Shiba Inu ecosystem has recently faced its fair share of scams. Bad actors have launched different tactics to steal funds from unsuspecting Shiba Inu investors.
To protect SHIB community members, Shibarmy Scam Alerts was launched in March 2023 to identify scams within the ecosystem.
As reported earlier, the Twitter handle brought the community’s attention to a fraudulent website targeting SHIB holders. The website displays on the first page of Google SERP whenever people search the word Shibarium.
Aside from Shibarmy Scam Alerts, other prominent Shiba Inu members have also played significant roles in exposing all SHIB-related scams.
Earlier this month, Shiba Inu lead developer Shytoshi Kusama warned community members against investing in new tokens claiming to have been created by the SHIB team.
In addition, SHIB KNIGHT (@army_Shiba) also exposed a fake Twitter account impersonating Kusama to promote a fake Shibarium giveaway.
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