Matthew Hrones · March 14, 2018 · 1:30 pm
In January of this year, DADI launched an ICO that required investors to undergo KYC (Know Your Customer) verification in order participate in the token sale. Investors were asked to provide personal information (full name, address, DOB, etc…) as well as upload a copy of their photo ID. According to recent reports, nearly all that personal data has been leaked and is now been used by scammers to try and steal people’s coins.
Users Voicing Complaints Censored
Over the past few days, DADI token sale investors have taken to Reddit, Telegram, and Twitter offering up reports of a coordinated phishing attack against those who signed up through DADI’s KYC customer process. The blockchain start-up was the victim of a data leak where user credentials such as names and email addresses were stolen by a team of hackers for use in this attack. In a disturbing turn, the DADI team appears to be silencing any reports of this attack on their social media channels, primarily their subreddit. DADI has publicly denounced the claims, saying any phishing attempt was from a hack on a “third party email marketing vendor” back in January.
Warning: If you have signed up to the DADI ICO, your information has been leaked by the team to hackers and phishers, who are