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Pi Network’s Official Channels and Safety Measures for Pioneers

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Pi Network, a rapidly growing digital currency and ecosystem, is reminding its Pioneers to stay vigilant against potential scammers, impersonators, and malicious actors.

In a recent blog post, the Pi Network emphasized the importance of account safety for its 47 million engaged Pioneers. The network’s commitment to inclusivity and true humanness is reflected in its stringent measures, including mandatory KYC (Know Your Customer) before Mainnet migration, allowing only one account per person, and disallowing bot accounts.

The Pi Core Team, responsible for the platform’s development, issued a warning about scammers who might claim affiliation with the team or its founders to exploit Pioneers. It’s essential for users to understand that Pi Cryptocurrency is not for sale, and Pi Network is not conducting any ICO or crowdfunding sales of Pi coins.

The post also cautioned against false associations with Pi Network, urging users to be wary of fake websites, misleading ads, and fraudulent emails that may mislead Pioneers with false information. The network emphasized that any claims of partnership or affiliation are false unless confirmed through official communication channels.

The Pi Network took a firm stance on safeguarding user data. It assured Pioneers that team members would never ask for account passwords or wallet passphrases, and any requests outside the official Mining App and Pi Wallet interface should be considered suspicious.

Pioneers were also advised to exercise caution with third-party services, particularly those offering Pi Nodes and VPNs. Such services may pose a risk by requiring users to share sensitive data, potentially leading to unauthorized access and manipulation of Pi accounts.

To enhance security, the Pi Network recommended relying on official communication channels for information and provided a safety link listing the verified sources. Pioneers experiencing unexpected behavior in their Pi accounts were encouraged to cease using suspicious services, change their account passwords, and file reports through the designated channels.

As Pi Network continues its journey with over 47 million engaged Pioneers, the focus remains on ensuring a secure and trustworthy environment for all users. The network encourages Pioneers to be proactive in safeguarding their accounts and to stay informed through official communication channels to protect against potential threats in the evolving digital landscape. Read Similar Story

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