Core Ignition Drop Claiming Guide

 The Core Ignition Drop, which started the rewards claim on June 10, 2024, allows Coretoshis (Core Community) to unlock incentives for their contributions and engagement in the Core Blockchain. The Incentives claimed by the participating community are based on their activities up from the day they join the program until the snapshot is taken. In this article, I will discuss how to participate in the Core Ignition Drop, its benefits, and more. What is Core Ignition? Core ignition is an incentive program developed by the Core Foundation to jumpstart the growth of the DeFi ecosystem on Core Blockchain, the program started on March 11th, 2024, and will continue for six months, providing ample time for users to participate and reap the benefits, rewarding the community for their contributions to the network. By participating, users can earn rewards while simultaneously helping to fuel the growth and adoption of the Core ecosystem. The Core Ignition Program is for both ecosystem users and We

Ole Group Investment turns out to be a Scam Website

 In the realm of online commerce, investors face a constant battle against fraudulent schemes and deceptive websites. The advent of the internet has undoubtedly revolutionized the way we conduct business, but it has also provided an avenue for unscrupulous individuals and organizations to prey upon unsuspecting victims. One such case that has recently come to light is the Ole Group, a recently launched e-commerce site in Nigeria that turned out to be a scam site that operated until its shutdown.

Ole Group presented itself as an e-commerce platform, offering an extensive inventory of electronics, luring in investors with seemingly irresistible daily rewards on any investment for 60 days and referral bonuses up to level 3. Operating under the guise of a legitimate online outlet, the ole group manage to gain the trust of many unsuspecting investors.

However, as numerous victims later discovered, the Ole Group was nothing more than an elaborate scam. After a week of operation, investors who place a withdrawal on the website encounter delays in receiving the withdrawal in their bank accounts with an excuse from the Ole Group team first claiming to pause the withdrawal due to large withdrawal orders.

And later said the group is working with the Central Bank of Nigeria to increase the withdrawal channel by adding 10 more channels.

This promise was what the investors are waiting for before the website suddenly shut down on June 20, 2023 with no update from the ole group team on its official telegram group.

Ole Group appears to look legit in the beginning as early investors joyfully withdrew rewards on the website daily and shared the proof of withdrawals on social media until June 16, 2023.

The Ole Group shutting down its website left investors in a state of shock and frustration. Efforts to contact the company proved futile as their customer service channels went silent, and the website's domain was down. The sudden disappearance of the Ole Group's online presence was a clear indication that the perpetrators behind this elaborate scam had chosen to retreat.

This incident highlights the importance of investors' protection measures and reinforces the need for heightened awareness when engaging in online transactions. It serves as a stark reminder that even seemingly legitimate websites can turn out to be elaborate scams, exploiting unsuspected investors for personal gain. Always invest what you can lose and remember that nothing is guaranteed in online stuff.

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