High Risk BNB Yield Farming — Update Feb. 2022

Miron Ophir
1 min readFeb 7, 2022


Since my original post and the update, a lot of clones have emerged.

I decided to report all of them in a periodical update. If you have additional information about those Ponzi schemes, please share them in the comments.

Polygon Network

Similar scams, different network.

Number 7 (StableOne) on the list is on Polygon network. The contract balance is on the rise — beware if it starts to decline.

Update Feb. 20: it seems the contract balance is starting to decline, stay away from this one.

DYOR. If you do decide to participate in any of these:

  1. Make sure it is just started.
  2. The contract balance is rising.
  3. Withdraw your rewards frequently.

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Some Related References

[1] BNBMatrix — Deep Understanding of a DeFi Ponzi using Smart Contracts

[2] StableONE — Crypto Ponzi Detected



Miron Ophir

Interested in Technology. Developer. Manager. Nerd.