In convincing YouTube videos, "crypto gurus" explain to victims how to run 'front-running' code on their computers to earn easy money.
Instead of generating passive income, the code serves as a front for malware. When you copy it to your computer, you're vulnerable to being watched by the scammer
who will instruct you on how to allocate the funds for "trading".
All you'll be doing is offering your cryptocurrency to scammers.
How to Avoid Cryptocurrency Scams?
Never run any code unless you completely trust the person providing it to you.
Copying and pasting a few lines of code to earn more than $1,000 per day, is probably possible?
There is no reason to believe that a specific trading strategy or skill can guarantee high returns with little effort.