Nasa Coin A Scam?

I found 31 NASA coin in my wallet and according to and Pancakeswaps it's would about 2700$ now when I try and trade it out It hits me with a 3$ BNB gas fee which I pay then nothing happens it just sits on enable coin and dosent go to the next part allowing me to trade my NASA into BNB now I looked up NASA coin on Coingecko and this is what it says it's price is about .000000004 here is the token address

And here is a picture of pancakeswaps telling me how much it's worth.

Nasa Coin On Pancakeswap

So is this just an error on pancake swaps end or is did I really strike gold?

Also it takes the BNB out of my wallet but never approves the transaction I've only done it twice because I'm not going to keep feeding pancake swap my BNB

13 thoughts on “Nasa Coin A Scam?”

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  2. Use your best judgement you can either continue to be charged gas until you give up and ultimately the owner would profit off of your new presence in crypto..and unless you signed up for a coin by the name of Nasa and have been following it then your not just gonna get a random airdrop… think about it he’s right free cheese is only found in a mouse trap unless you are sure you have been follow a NASA COIN then it’s not an airdrop I hate to tell you.

  3. I’ve made a video about this some time ago that should help you better understand how to check to see if a coin is a scam or not: Basically, with any token that’s been airdropped, you need to be weary because there could be a contract embedded in to the token which allows them access to your funds in your wallet (worst case scenario) which is why you‘d want to revoke any contracts that you’ve enabled that you’re not too sure about. Hope that helps!

  4. I see you are new to crypto so this is a valuable lesson. Never interact with any token that appears in your wallet unless you purchased it or know exactly where it came from and why. Scammers send random worthless tokens out to wallets with fake values. Once you interact with the contract(buy/sell/move), it gives them permission to take all the crypto in your wallet. I suggest moving all your crypto to a new wallet or at the very least revoking the contracts permissions.

  5. It’s a scam do not try to swap it or anything they’ll try and hack your wallet

  6. Bruh……

    Anything for free is a scam

    -You get dusted random coin
    -wow its worth somethin
    -you try to swap it

    Several possibilities here

    -youll approve contract during swap, this contract may gain acces to contents of your wallet and steal everything

    -you may be feeding them the tx fees forever without ever completing the tx

    -it will always fail the tx, so youll google it, find their webpage abd behold, they offer you theyll change the coins for you, right there. You just have to verify/connect/sync your wallet on the page, youll do that and they gain acces to your wallet and drain everything you got in the wallet

    Nothing is ever free, everyone is out to get your money, its all just wallet adresses and hardly anyone can be punished, internet scammers heaven, crypto is a dangerous place where one mistake can cost you all your assets, even a stupid malware in your pc, dormant for a long time, can be waiting for you to make a new wallet so it can keylog your seedphrase…

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