Cardano continues to highlight the importance of remaining safe online during these days when hackers are getting more and more specialized.
Now, IOHK released a new useful blog post about Cardano security tips and tricks to remain safe online:
#Cardano Safety & Security tips 🔒
Reminder: We will never ask you for money, your password, your passphrase, or your secret folders. Official partnerships/affiliations will always be announced through official channels. Check out more safety tips: https://t.co/iaDfsa12Ew
— Input Output (@InputOutputHK) December 1, 2020
In the original blog post, IOHK team explained that it’s important to be extra cautious while online these days.
They also made sure to make the following statements for users:
“We will never ask you for money, your password, your passphrase or your secret folders. Official partnerships/affiliations will always be announced through official channels. Use caution and do your own research before transferring funds. When dealing with Cardano ADA or any other cryptocurrency, it is especially important to be extra cautious.”
We suggest that you check out the complete blog post in order to learn more details about online crypto safety.
ADA in the crypto market
Cardano continues to remain in the spotlight for various reasons, and one of them is also the fact that the massive achievements have been mirrored in the coin’s price as well.
At the moment of writing this article, ADA is trading in the green, and the digital asset is priced at $0.161098.
The coin is up by more than 1% in the past 24 hours.
There’s been a really optimistic price prediction for ADA that we addressed the other day.
Check out this new price prediction for the digital asset.
#Cardano to $21 in 2021? Looking back at ETHs run up in 2017 it's certainly possible, and a nice number! If $ada performs HALF as well as ETH did we are looking at a $10 ADA price, even a QUARTER as well puts us at over $5. DON'T SELL TOO SOON. DON'T SELL ALL. Plus… pic.twitter.com/4wqJ30NBrA
— Cardano Buzzin Buzz (@CardanoBuzz) December 1, 2020