šŸ‘‘Finding a big fish


Many of victims may not be subscribed to NFT projects/artists/something crypto-popular, BUT also potentially have crypto.

Which means they may not be spammed before, and never faced tons of scammer messages in private.

šŸ”ø Crypto software developers

We're not talking about freelance bums who make shitty software for $5, but about established projects whose main activity is to create their own software that is monetized through a subscription system.

The main place where users of such software communicate is Discord.

Finding working software/links will be quite difficult now, due to the mini-crisis in crypto. Small groups are no longer to be found at every corner, but large developers continue to work successfully.

āšŖļø Mint Software

What it does, in brief:

Buys up a large volume of a given NFT from several ( sometimes hundreds ) cats, at the moment of collection drop, bypassing most of the limits.

That, combined with auto-selling on secondary ( like OpenSea / Blur ), can make you rich in a couple clicks.

Your #1 helpers in finding similar software - Twitter + google.

What kind of blockchain the software will specialize in - doesn't matter.

šŸ” Search keywords: NFT minting software, NFT minter, minting AIO, minting tool.

** And other variations.

Thunder AIO Grabber AIO Mint AIO Swift Mints NFT Sensei ā‡’ https://www.nftsensei.xyz

  • Alpha Sharks

āšŖļø Sniping Software

What it does, in brief:

Buys up NFTs on the secondary market, based on given parameters. Look for a rare species of BAYC, run the task in the software with the necessary filters, and when the price tag on this NFT comes to the bar you set, the software will instantly buy it up.

šŸ’” The search process is identical to minter software.

šŸ” Search keywords:

NFT Sniping tool, Sniping app, OpenSea ( or other secondary ) sniper, NFT bidder.

And other variations.

šŸ“ List of those I know personally, and still alive:

Those who provide services to the above two categories.

  • Crypto-analysts like Token Spy

    ( unfortunately, the project is dead );

  • Developers of basic blockchain technologies:

    • Node providers ( services that process transactions );

    • All sorts of estimators ( auto-calculation commission systems ) - example: BlockNative;

    • MEV Relay providers and other such systems like FlashBots.

Crypto analytics tools, token analytics software, NFT analytics app. Custom ETH ( or any other blockchain ) node. ETH ( or any other blockchain ) gas estimator. MEV Boost relay.

And other variations.

šŸ“ List of those I know personally:

DAO and their members

DAO is a decentralized autonomous organization.

In simple words - a big gang of cryptans with money, which collectively makes all decisions on collabs/actions of the whole group.šŸ’” A common practice among crypto projects is collabs with DAOs.

While parsing victim servers in Discord, you could probably notice channels named "collab-DAO" etc.

DAO members connecting to the server, throw a screenshot of their profile with the role on the DAO server to the admins of the crypto-project, and they are given the role of DAO member, which guarantees all sorts of perks - free WL, increase in the number of purchased NFT / coins, and others, just for the fact that they are DAO members.

So, DAO member accounts that you may come across on their servers may not be subscribed to well-known projects, but still participate in a bunch of small ones.

DAO can act as both a sponsor and an investor/promoter of projects, which is what happens everywhere.

Type into Twitter / Telegram search engine - DAO - and get a list of popular / recommended ones.


Or google aggregator sites - Twitter / Discord / Telegram / other social network + "DAO list" / "DAO Top".

Sort of like this Discord server aggregator:

Go to Coin Market Cap - click

Search for large DAOs

Go to "Category", type in and select "DAO".

We get two pages of 100 projects, each of which has released a different management token.

Click on the project and get to its description. Here we are interested either in social networks at once, or in a site where we will also find social networks.

The list of subscribers of their social networks will be your new target.

Foundations and their audiences

In most cases, they are organizations with a defined management team that controls the funds of all fund participants.

Of course, you can try to get a management team of the fund, but be prepared for the fact that they are professionals who analyze projects every day. The usual legend will definitely not work here.

Therefore, we are most interested in the audience of these funds, which follows their every move and portfolio, so that on the basis of the actions of the fund to make their own investment strategies.

How to find victims?

Google the fund aggregator site and find Crypto Rank - click

And we get a 169-page list of foundations sorted by Tyres. That's a huge pool of potential crypto victims who might be interested in investing in a new, emerging ecosystem at the nascent stage.

Divided into Tiers is a ranking of funds.

The fattest funds has Tier 1. Tier 2 is easier and so on down the list.

Let's take an example of one of the top funds - Andreessen Horowitz ( _a16z_** ).**

Each foundation has its social media and website in the description.

List of social media followers - your new victims who may not be subscribed to NFT projects due to their age/seriousness, but potentially have crypto and are actively investing in crypto ecosystems and major blockchain industry projects.

šŸ’” The "Social Networks" section may not include everything, I suggest going to the fund's website and checking for other social networks!


It will be a pain to register in many of the following social networks, but it's definitely worth it.

If you doubt the fatness of Asian holdings/investors, I suggest you read this article - https://finance.yahoo.com/news/hong-kong-crypto-hub-ambitions-000000095.html

And in general, read about the impact of one of the world's major economies (China) and its scam projects on the crypto industry.

WeChat (å¾®äæ”) - Telegram & Instagram & Facebook

Douyin (ęŠ–éŸ³) - TikTok

Weibo (ꖰęµŖ微博) - Twitter

Tencent QQ (č…¾č®ÆQQQ) - WhatsApp & Viber

Youku (优酷) - YouTube

Kuaishou (åæ«ę‰‹) - TikTok

Bilibili (Bē«™) - YouTube & Netflix

Xiaohongshu (小ēŗ¢ä¹¦) - Instagram

Qzone (QQē©ŗé—“) - FB

Toutiao (å¤“ę”) - Medium

šŸ’” All stealing on Asian socials is done through the use of Chinese proxy / VPN.

Don't forget to switch the account in the social network you are using to Asian country / region / location, and pick up the same in your VPN / buy a proxy.***

It is not necessary to use only Asian social networks when parsing this kind of victims.

You still have the usual options - Twitter, Twitch, YouTube, Telegram, Facebook, etc.

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