Warning about Hoax Emails (Phishing Scams)

Recently, we have become aware of incidents of hoax e-mails fraudulently using the Galaxy Digital name. We urge you to be aware of such schemes, as discussed below, and use caution not to access suspicious links purporting to be from Galaxy Digital.

These hoax emails use the Galaxy Digital name and contain links to a website purported to be a Galaxy Digital website. The emails suggest that Galaxy Digital will serve as an escrow provider in a cryptocurrency transaction. By clicking on a link in the email, you are taken to a website that appears to be a genuine Galaxy Digital website (but is not), and requested to enter data in an attempt to fraudulently obtain your personal information and/or cryptocurrency. Please note that Galaxy Digital does not provide any sort of escrow service.

A note about emails scams

Recently people have been falling victim to email scams (phishing) that attempt to fraudulently acquire personal information or property. These scams involve an email purporting to be from legitimate companies. The recipients of these emails are directed to access a spoofed website and enter their details, such as user ID and passwords used in financial transactions or to store cryptocurrency.

Galaxy Digital website’s address and e-mail source address (the sender, "From:") is [email protected] When you hover over a link in email application or a web browser, a small window should pop up to show you where the link really goes. If the real link doesn’t match the sender or does not match what you expect, assume it is fraudulent and do not click it.

If you think you've received a suspicious email or communication, but you haven't acted on it, please forward it to [email protected].

Contacting Galaxy Digital

Contact information is provided at https://www.galaxydigital.io/contact/ and on some of our other website pages.

Whatsapp, Telegram, and decentralized chat systems

Chat systems are popular in the cryptocurrency industry, but proceed with caution. Separately and independently verifying who you’re communicating with is recommended.

Additional resources on phishing and how to avoid it (list last updated Apr 30, 2020):