//Warning: If you have signed up to the DADI ICO, your information has been leaked by the team to hackers and phishers, who are currently exploiting this data for phishing scams. THE DADI team is trying their best to cover up any trace of this happening.

Warning: If you have signed up to the DADI ICO, your information has been leaked by the team to hackers and phishers, who are currently exploiting this data for phishing scams. THE DADI team is trying their best to cover up any trace of this happening.

Myself, and many others in the DADI community had received this email recently:http://ift.tt/2p9EaN9 This is one of 3 emails I had received, all of which containing my first and second name (censored for obvious reasons).Any newbies to the scene could have easily fell for this most recent one. It contains a link to myetherwallet.com, but with dots underneath the letters (similar to the recent Binance phishing site). Some of you may also remember last month’s data leak, which allowed phishers to make off with $60k in ethereum.I had shown my outrage on the DADI subreddit: http://ift.tt/2IlNJ4d acknowledging any of my concerns, my post was deleted. Mods didn’t respond to the post.Over on the Discord, I was immediately ejected within a minute for voicing my concern. Here’s a screenshot another user took of them covering up the whole leak, saying ‘our data is safe’: http://ift.tt/2p7LbOq Here’s another user who received the same email: http://ift.tt/2IiELVw For a ‘decentralised’ project, isn’t this quite centralized, wherein the subreddit, discord, telegram etc. is moderated entirely by lead devs for this project.If anyone has advice on how to report this exploit of my personal data to higher ups, please let me know. If you aren’t concerned about this, consider the fact that you’ve provided them with extremely sensitive KYC data to participate in this ICO.

Myself, and many others in the DADI community had received this email recently:

https://i.imgur.com/CHiQ5mL.png This is one of 3 emails I had received, all of which containing my first and second name (censored for obvious reasons).

Any newbies to the scene could have easily fell for this most recent one. It contains a link to myetherwallet.com, but with dots underneath the letters (similar to the recent Binance phishing site). Some of you may also remember last month's data leak, which allowed phishers to make off with $60k in ethereum.

I had shown my outrage on the DADI subreddit: https://www.np.reddit.com/r/DADI/comments/83y223/why_the_fuck_am_i_receiving_emails_from_phishers/

Without acknowledging any of my concerns, my post was deleted. Mods didn't respond to the post.

Over on the Discord, I was immediately ejected within a minute for voicing my concern. Here's a screenshot another user took of them covering up the whole leak, saying 'our data is safe': https://i.imgur.com/LfkVl2S.jpg Here's another user who received the same email: https://i.imgur.com/CQoliD5.png For a 'decentralised' project, isn't this quite centralized, wherein the subreddit, discord, telegram etc. is moderated entirely by lead devs for this project.

If anyone has advice on how to report this exploit of my personal data to higher ups, please let me know. If you aren't concerned about this, consider the fact that you've provided them with extremely sensitive KYC data to participate in this ICO.