VR OKO Virtual Reality Headsets for Adult Video Content

In the past few weeks that I had been active earning online through cryptocurrency-related activities, I have witnessed how the industry has evolved with more and more use cases on how cryptocurrency can be used in growing businesses. Even the sudden jump of Bitcoin price from $6500/BTC to $19,000/BTC and drop again to $6300 has not affected the number of ICOs (initial coin offerings) being introduced or launched daily.

From these ICOs, I participated in some projects. These projects are the ones with available prototype or working products that just needed additional fundings for market expansion. The introduction of cryptocurrency is a bonus factor which will cater to clients that want anonymousity in their purchases.One of these ICOs is that of OKOIN - the first decentralized blockchain-based VR platform for 100 % anonymous adult content distribution. The project combines the blockchain with virtual reality using the VR OKO headset.


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Paypal Phishing (Fake) Emails

Phishingor fake emails are rampant online. When I was an active e-gold user, I get phishing emails almost everyday. Since my e-gold email is separate from my regular email, I just ignore all emails that inform me my e-gold account was blocked.

Today, I received a Paypal phishing (fake) email. It is not the first time but I still decide to post it here since some web users are not yet aware about phishing emails. Below is a screenshot of the Paypal phishing email that I received.

  1. item #1 - Taking a closer look, the email header has spaces between "service", "@", "paypal." and "com"
  2. item #2 - It is only the email address that was placed.
  3. item #3 - Hovering the mouse over the link, the links points to item #4 and not the link that is displayed in item #3.

Below is a screenshot of the headers of real Paypal email correspondence.

  1. items #5 and #7 have no spaces
  2. item #6 shows the full name you registered with Paypal followed by Paypal email address.

To be safe, always open your Paypal account by typing the correct URL, www.paypal.com. You can also store the link in your Favorites folder.

When you receive fake, suspicious or Paypal phishing email, forward said email to spoof@paypal.com


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Fleur said…
Thanks for the comments. I wasn't aware of this until I read your comments and had to confirm it myself.

Thanks again for dropping by and goodluck. :)

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