About two weeks ago I had asked a friend, a big crypto investor in Europe, if I should finally move my Bitcoin off of my current account and put it on my Ledger Nano S. It seemed way more secure, hack free of course, because who is accessing my Ledger Nano S? I imagine no one.

Then Ledger started sending me emails telling me I had to create an account online. I had not done so yet, and this was the perfect nudge.

And then, days later, Ledger gets hacked. Like everyone who has a Ledger Nano or a Ledger account, I am now getting emails from unknown individuals and fake Ledger accounts (phishing campaign, for sure) telling me my email address was leaked to ne’er-do-wells; and that my wallet has been disabled. I know all of this is spam because I do not yet have a Ledger account. I never set one up.

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