Are you getting similar email below? it’s a fake myetherwallet website. Notice the spelling of the website myetherwallet vs. myethlerwallet notice the the additional letter “l” *ethler* vs. *ether*, it’s a replica of the real website, so be careful. The hackers now a day are targetting crypto users, so chances are some of us still have cryptos on one of the online wallet website waiting to get hacked. So the best place to store all your cryptos is hardware wallet such as ledger nano s. If you hold more than $100 worth of cryptos at the moment, it’s best to store it on a hardware wallet. The fake website is a phishing website to steal your account to steal your ethereum coins.
Due to the increasing number of phishing attacks on MyEtherWallet website,
we decided to implement Multi-Factor Authentication for all Ethereum wallets.
You must activate the Multi-Factor Authentication through a simple 3-step process.
By doing so you will drastically reduce the incidence of having your funds stolen.
Visit the link below to activate the Multi-Factor Authentication on your Ethereum wallet:
Please be aware that you will not be able to access your Ethereum wallet anymore
on MyEtherWallet without activating the Multi-Factor Authentication.
We are taking this measures to protect both you and our network from phishing and malicious attacks.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.