Numerous celebrity Twitter accounts hacked

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A series of famous Twitter accounts have been hacked and posted with deceptive content, bitcoin transfers.

The story begins about an hour before Coinbase’s official Twitter accounts, Gemini has been hacked cryptocurrency exchange tweets claiming that all three exchanges have partnered with CryptoForHealth and are returning 5000 BTC for the community.

The official Twitter account of Justin Sun, a technology entrepreneur, founder of cryptocurrency platform TRON, and the current CEO of BitTorrent, has also been compromised to run the cryptocurrency scam.

Notably, there are accounts use strong passwords 2FA + but still hacked. According to statistics, there were more than 350 people cheated, amounting to more than 12 Bitcoins

Many verified accounts with green credentials are still hacked

A few hours ago, more than 222 transactions

And continued to increase to more than 300 transactions

Deceptive content

“We believe that blockchain and bitcoin will make the world fairer and more open. The current financial system is obsolete and COVID-19 has caused serious damage to the traditional economy, In order to help during this time for the COVID-19, Huobi, Kucoin, Kraken, Gemini, Binance, Coinbase & Trexor communities, we decided to run the 5000 BTC giveaway. Up to 20 BTC to the donation address, and we will immediately send you 0.2 BTC to 40 BTC to the address you sent from there. ”
It’s worth noting that Justin Sun’s official Twitter account, Tech entrepreneur, founder of cryptocurrency platform TRON and CEO of BitTorrent have also been compromised to conduct cryptocurrency scams.

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List of some twitter hacked:

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  • Apple
  • Elon Musk
  • Bloomberg
  • Cashapp
  • Jeff Bezos
  • Bill Gates
  • Joe Biden
  • Barack Obama
  • … and many more

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