The manufacturer of hardware wallets Ledger warned users about fraudulent schemes related to the hard fork of Bitcoin called Diamond (BCD). In particular, they are talking about sites that offer bitcoin holders to get BCD coins.
SCAM WARNING - multiple sites claim to let you collect Bitcoin Diamond. They'll steal your assets. Never enter your mnemonic into a third party website.
— Ledger (@LedgerHQ) 21 декабря 2017 г.
Bitcoin Diamond is one of the many forks of bitcoin, the creators of which announced their intention to issue a new crypto currency in November.
Details of the project, for the most part, are unknown, developers are feeding the public with vague promises to increase the speed of processing transactions, and futures for BCD traded on two dozen exchanges.
As Ledger informs, malefactors use trustfulness of bitcoin holders who technically have the right to receive equivalent balances in BCD, luring them to a lot of sites with the help of which it is supposedly possible to get a new crypto currency.
Some cryptocurrency enthusiasts even made a whole investigation regarding Bitcoin Diamond.
Bitcoin Diamond is unlike the previous forks of Bitcoin (Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Gold). Bitcoin Diamond is scam with huge red flags. Do not get scammed into buying Bitcoin Blood Diamonds.
For example, Medium blogger with nickname "bitcoinblooddiamond" reports on the lack of information about the team, no official Slack, poor Telegram channel, date of website registration (3rd November), anonymous team and other strage things.