Shiba Inu Team Warns of Fake Airdrops Amid New NFT Collection Launch

Fake Airdrop Alert

The Shiba Inu team is urging community members to stay vigilant following the introduction of their new non-fungible token (NFT) collection, Sheboshi.

The team warned of potential fake airdrop scams that may emerge due to the hype surrounding the new NFTs.

Sheboshi NFTs

The Sheboshi NFTs, introduced on February 20th, are digital collectibles that merge the functionalities of ERC-20 and ERC-721 tokens. All 20,000 Sheboshis sold out before the public minting phase.

Beware of Scams

The Shiba Inu team emphasized that there is no official airdrop associated with the Sheboshi NFTs.

Marketing lead Lucie advised community members to be cautious of scammers posting about airdrops and phishing links. She urged users to always visit the official Telegram or Discord channels and double-check any information before clicking on links.

Airdrop Scams

Airdrop scams often use fake websites, emails, and social media pages to trick crypto users into claiming purported airdrop tokens. The goal is to gain access to the victims’ crypto wallets and drain their funds.

Stay Informed

To stay informed about official updates and announcements, the Shiba Inu team advised community members to follow their official social media channels and visit their website regularly.