Scammers successfully tricked viewers in to sending a small amount of Bitcoin and get double in return.


Crypto scams are a reality and have been attacking devices and unsuspecting users for long. The concerning aspect is that the efficiencies and capabilities of crypto scammers are growing day-by-day.

Also, if you are following Elon Musk on Twitter you may have already seen scammers impersonating his account to conduct crypto scams. The latest such scam involves three YouTube channels that have been hijacked for impersonating Elon Musk’s SpaceX channel.

What’s shocking about this scam is that attackers have collected approx. $150,000 in Bitcoin in just a few days.

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