Scam Alert

It is very easy to fall for token sale scams!

Please be on the alert for fake websites, emails, and slackbot messages

Beware of fake websites

Santiment has detected fake websites that are trying to rip off your ETH! Do not send ETH to these websites!

Make sure you are on our official website by comparing the banner and URL like so:



Beware of Slackbot reminders

Scammers are exploiting Slack’s remind feature to initiate a Slackbot direct message to users. Please ignore any direct messages from Slackbot. The team will never use Slackbot to direct message you.


Beware of myetherwallet (MEW) links

There are also cases of scammers direct messaging users with an urgent announcement on smart contract errors. They will provide you a “myetherwallet” link, which is actually a phishing website. Entering your details in there will allow the scammer to capture your details and you will lose all your tokens. Please do not click on any links in direct messages.


Beware of fake emails and social links

Be alert for fake emails and other social messages that pretend to come from Santiment. We’ve posted more details in this Medium article here:


Stop Scams with Vigilance: Revealing Scammers in Advance


The only way we will communicate news is via our private email list, official website, official Medium channel, and official #announcements channel in our Slack. Be suspicious of any other sources!