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PSA: Bitcoin Mining Scams using our company identity

Unfortunately, scammers have been using our name, logo and even address to take advantage of unsuspecting victims.

Here is a list that is likely not to be comprehensive, so as always, be double careful with any company in the crypto space. Unless you are very familiar with cryptocurrencies, your best bet is to stick to the most well-known exchanges and assets.

If you believe you are the victim of an internet crime, or if you are aware of an attempted crime, you can file a complaint through the Internet Crime Complaint Center. You may contact your lawyer(s) or your local authorities in order to get the issue resolved.

bitproexchange.com – scam

This is a typical bitcoin cloud mining scam. We have been contacted by multiple unfortunate investors wondering where their withdrawal is after having been mistaken for bitproexchange.com. This scam is also associated with phishing attempts and we’ve been mistakenly emailed by the angry targets of their scams. If you have received an email from bitpro exchange attempting to collect bitcoin, report it to your email provider.

Please use caution when investing and stick to well-known exchanges.

bitpro.live – scam

This scammer stole our old logo and copied our address. We have identified fake photographs that they use in their team bios and have had many of their victims confuse us with them after they get no response.

Their listing on badbitcoin.org: https://www.badbitcoin.org/search/searchsite?website=bitpro.live

Bitpro.live A hyip fraud, with some pretty amateur aspects to it, but then everybody is on the hustle nowadays. Not to be confused with Bitproit, the legitimate rig buyer.


bitpro.ltd – scam

This is your typical cloud mining scam.

bitpro.store – scam

bitcoin scam website

bitpro-app.com – scam

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asicbitpro.net – scam

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