On December 28th, according to Twitter user coby.eth, a fake MetaMask governance token was created and launched on the DEXTools platform. The creator of the token used malicious code to make users browse the token information, and a pop-up interface showed that the MASK Token was verified and displayed A forged platform verification mark (blue certification symbol) is displayed. coby.eth stated that after the transaction volume exceeded US$1 million, the token was transformed into a "Pixiu plate", and users could only buy but not sell. According to browser data, the total transaction volume of this "Pixiu Pan" MASK Token is close to 10 million U.S. dollars, with a total of 642 related transactions and close to 400 addresses.
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