Tether CEO warned that a prominent vendor used by crypto companies for mailing lists might have been compromised. Users should beware of emails suggesting crypto-airdrops received in the past 24 hours. CoinGecko confirmed the breach, reporting phishing emails from compromised client accounts. Both Tether and CoinGecko urged users to avoid clicking on suspicious links and to verify the authenticity of any email received. This security incident highlights the need for vigilance in the crypto community to prevent phishing attacks and protect digital assets.

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