Fake websites are highly simulated in URL and page design to pretend to be official websites. In digital asset transactions, the most common occurrence is that offenders publish false information on phishing websites using gimmicks such as arbitrage, high rebates, airdrop rewards, Whitelist activities, etc.
Generally, when receiving this kind of information, you need to check the website carefully. Although it may look the same as the real official website, the domain name will be different. You can prevent it as long as you check it carefully.
Bitget Wallet (Previously Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep)) reminds users not to rashly click on unknown websites, not enter wallet addresses and private key mnemonic on unknown websites, and not save account passwords and personal information by default to avoid being caught by phishing websites or network Trojans.
Bitget Wallet (Previously Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep)) V7.0 Security Upgrade
Original DEMS encryption algorithm
4 years of operation with zero safety incidents
Serving 5,000,000 users from around the world
App built-in security measures include:
- Security center
- Transfer Tips
- Currency blacklist
- Fake contract reminder