Do not – reveal your amount of shibs or/and how WELL you’re doing for any reason!
Yes, we’re happy that SHIB’s are doing as well as it is at the moment, but so are sinister crackers who are basically sifting through these forums for potential targets.
Well – it might be exciting to show support for your community to tell us all how much you earned, how many shibs you just added etc, but IP addresses are relatively easy to access, and they will be monitoring your activity, looking for what browser you used, screen size, platform you’re on, what user name you use everywhere (they will be actively looking for mail addresses with your similar username), they will be looking at the meta-data in the images you posted, the photos you took etc.
And they’ll be especially interested in what exchanges you’re using and where your wallet is.
All of those things together will eventually lead back to you, emails, metadata, other forums you frequent with the same or similar username, you’re bound to have posted a contact mail (even if not the same as you’re using now), that will eventually lead to your location, which leads to your searchable location, phone number etc.
Everything adds up – so THINK! THINK before you post, because the threat is real.
You should be extra vary of the posts that constantly asks you what you’re holding, do NOT engage in those threads, don’t even click on them.
– Do not reveal what you currently hold
– Do NOT reveal what you just bought
– Do not reveal anything about yourself
– Try to use a different (entirely different) username if you post a lot of stuff about crypto
– Use 2-3 factor authentication systems, preferably on at least 2 devices
– Do NOT post images, if you do – clip it, clean it, paste it into paint, re-save it and then publish
– Do NOT brag to strangers, even remote friends about your success and holdings, you never truly know their intentions
– Do not SMS to your friends your current holdings (chances are, if you screwed up the above, someone is already actively monitoring your Phone’s traffic)
– Be paranoid, it’s healthy!
Stay safe fellow Shiba-Inu holders and fans, be smart.