Over the last 24 hours, the crypto market suffered a devastating wipeout of more than $26 billion, making it one of the most intense daily sell-offs in all of 2018.
Google has become the latest victim of the rampant bitcoin “giveaway” scams proliferating on Twitter. For a little over ten minutes on Tusesday, the Twitter account of the online search giant’s suite of productivity apps and tools, G Suite, was hacked and used to promote a fraudulent bitcoin giveaway.
Earlier this week, a crypto exit scam in South Korea called “Pure Bit” disappeared with more than $30 million in user funds. On November 4, the group conducted an initial coin offering (ICO) to raise nearly $30 million using Ethereum (ETH) to build a cryptocurrency exchange.
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Another One Bites the Dust: Google Account Hacked in Twitter Bitcoin Scam
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