Anti-Phishing Code

An Anti-Phishing Code is a security measure used in cryptocurrency transactions to prevent users from falling victim to phishing attacks. This code is essentially a unique identifier that users create and share with others before initiating a transaction.

When the recipient of the transaction receives the code, they can verify that it matches the one provided by the sender. If the codes match, it confirms the authenticity of the transaction and protects both parties from potential scams.

This extra layer of security helps users avoid giving their sensitive information to scammers who may create fake websites or emails to steal their cryptocurrency. By using an Anti-Phishing Code, users can verify the legitimacy of the transaction before proceeding, reducing the risk of falling victim to phishing attacks.