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It is possible for a website to claim one contract is being used but actually use another – with potentially disastrous consequences for users. By following these instructions you can find the address of the contract you are actually interacting with to make sure it is as claimed. The method used may differ slightly according to the chain used but will remain mostly unchanged across different networks. The below examples use the Binance Smart Chain.
Now you can check your contract interactions and be confident that you are using the correct contract and not a potentially dangerous substitution.
hey, is there any course that shows you how to read the contract and look for potential risks?
Hello Nick, We don’t provide such courses but maybe other platforms do.
Jesse aka cryptolodge is a rugpuller involved in Uni finance rug. Do not invest anything in this project. This is a rugpull.
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