XRPL Labs Warn Not All Spark Is Spark

XRPL Labs developers warn about a fake Spark Token collection tool.

XRPL Labs chief developer Witse Wind issued a phishing scam warning yesterday. As a result, XRP holders send their tokens to a fake resource, ostensibly to acquire Spark Token. 

It is reported that XRP holders will need to set up accounts to apply for the Spark token from Flare Networks.

According to previous news, Ripple partner Flare Networks will release the XRP Ledger-based Spark Token in December.

XRP investors will be able to purchase a free Spark Token for each XRP held until December 12 to receive the token.

True, there are technical requirements for getting freebies. Which we will write about later.