The scam tries to get users to click a link to a fake Luno website designed to capture credentials.
Luno now boasts seven million wallets and it was recently ranked sixth best exchange by CryptoCompare.
Luno customers who make use of the new savings wallet feature, can earn up to 4 percent interest per annum on their Bitcoin.
The SA-born crypto exchange is set for a global expansion following a new acquisition of Luno by a New York-based blockchain investor.
“Luno is on an expansion drive and the Australian crypto landscape ticked many of the boxes on our checklist,” says Luno Africa GM, Marius Reitz.
New savings accoutns will offer Luno customers institutional-level interest rates to clients in traditional and emerging markets.
With cybercrime on the rise, Luno has urged users to report scams claiming to be the crypto exchange
Well aware that its users are targeted by cybercriminals, Luno has a dedicated portal for reporting scams or other kinds of phishing.
You’ll soon be able to trade Ripple’s XRP tokens on the Luno platform.
Luno customers will no longer have to schedule withdrawals twice a day.
Bitcoin halving, the launch of Libra and increased regulation are set to feature as major events on the cryptocurrency calendar in 2020.
The price of Bitcoin fell 20 percent in September and Luno GM for Africa Marius Reitz explains why that happened.
Luno reports that R80 million worth of cryptocurrency trades were completed in South Africa over the last month.
Luno has also said that support for additional cryptocurrencies will be coming to the platform later this year.
The cryptocurrency’s latest survey says South Africans are calling for change.
Bitcoin is now trading at R161 950, but why has the price rallied so much? Luno Africa’s general manager Marius Reitz explains why he thinks the price climbed.
Facebook has revealed its cryptocurrency and Luno reckons emerging markets might lead to the currency’s success.
Following a rough year for crypto, Luno outlines predictions for how the crypto market might change in 2019.
South Africans say security and the ability to buy crypto through banks would inspire greater confidence in the technology.