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Beware of Fake HOSWAP Phishing URLs in the Market

At present, it has been found that some criminals have forged the HOSWAP website for phishing. After entering the wrong HOSWAP website, players will be required to enter the private key. If the private key is entered, the wallet information will be leaked and the security of encrypted assets will be endangered. Therefore, please be careful!

The phishing website found so far is https://bschoswap.haio.land/. If new phishing websites appear in the future, HALO Labs will announce it to users in time.

Finally, HALO Ecology will not ask users for private keys and mnemonics for any reason. Please look for the URLs of HOSSWAP Binance Edition and HOSSWAP HALO Edition, and beware of being deceived!

May 7, 2022




HALO Network is an efficient blockchain network system. It provides one-stop integration of DeFi application level with decentralized, energy efficient and low-cost transaction structure with traditional financial instruments.

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