The X (Twitter) account of crypto-focused enterprise capital agency Blockchain Capital has seemingly been taken over by scammers making an attempt to lure customers with the promise of a token declare.

On Aug. 9, Blockchain Capital’s account made a number of posts promising a giveaway of “BCAP” tokens and directed customers to a copycat web site that emulates the looks of the VC agency’s unique.

Scammers posting a hyperlink to a faux Blockchain Capital web site below the guise of a token declare. Supply: X

The copycat web site — which incorporates an additonal “n” within the URL — directs customers to attach their crypto pockets, a standard tactic utilized by phishing scammers so as to drain person funds.

The scammers tactically turned off the feedback part in an try to forestall others from warning of the doable rip-off.

The faux web site emulates the respectable web site of Blockchain Capital by claiming to have invested in Coinbase, Kraken, OpenSea and different giant cryptocurrency companies.

It is a growing story, and additional info will likely be added because it turns into accessible.