Floki Issues Warning Over Fake $FLOKI Airdrop

Floki has notified the community about an ongoing fake $FLOKI airdrop scam, urging users not to fall victim.

Floki Warns Users Against Ongoing Airdrop Scam 

Top MemeFi platform, Floki, has released a statement regarding an ongoing airdrop scam to protect users. The protocol warned about perpetrators seeking to defraud $FLOKI holders. 

In a recent tweet on March 2, the multi-chain platform debunked reports of any ongoing $FLOKI airdrop, stating that it is the work of scammers. Floki announced that users should endeavor to resist the urge to connect to any website and send tokens to participate in the airdrop. 

Floki is not conducting any airdrop at the moment. Additionally, if there was an airdrop or any event, the platform would share details on its official verified Twitter account. 

Floki is a leading memecoin on BNB Chain and the third largest by market capitalization in the blockchain industry. Its native $FLOKI token offers numerous utilities and is accepted by several merchants and payment services worldwide. The token is also tradable on different top-tier exchanges, including Bybit, OKX, and Kucoin. 

Given its wide adoption in the space, it’s no surprise that scammers target the token. BSC News advises users to always visit the platform’s verified sources for credible information. 

What is Floki:

Floki Inu began with a tweet from Elon Musk. When the billionaire announced he would name his Shiba Inu puppy Floki, it created a deluge of ‘Floki’ dogcoins. The most successful of these is Floki Inu. Floki Inu is currently the market’s third most popular meme token, behind Dogecoin and Shiba Inu. It is backed by a community of committed enthusiasts and a strong marketing campaign.

Where to find Floki:

Website | Twitter | Telegram | Discord |

Source : bsc.news

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