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Bitcoin Scammers Use New Zealand’s Prime Minister Picture to Extort Cryptos

If a bitcoin company has a picture of a well-known personality on its website, will you take the chance to invest money in it?...

Twitter Bitcoin Scammers Pose As Customer Service Got Arrested; How to Know if it’s Crypto Scam or Not

On March 17, two Canadian brothers, 23-year-old Jagroop Singh Khathar and 24-year-old Karanjit Singh Khathar, were sentenced in federal prison for two years for...

Scammers Pose as CIA Agents to Steal Bitcoins

Fake Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agents are now parading to steal Bitcoin from unsuspecting people. In a letter emailed to one of...

620 Million Stolen Accounts for Sale at $20,000 Bitcoin’s Worth

Almost $20,000 worth of bitcoin is being requested by a hacker in exchange for 620 million user accounts that were stolen from 16 websites....

Edmonton Police: Bitcoin Scams on the Rise in Canada

The rate of Bitcoin scams has risen exponentially in the past few years according to Canadian Police, and they have subsequently warned citizens to...

Twitter Blames Recent Bitcoin Giveaway Scams on a Third-Party Marketing App

Last week, Google’s official G Suite Twitter account was hacked and used to carry out a bitcoin ‘giveaway’ scam, which is popular in the...

Philippines Deports South Korean Suspect For Bitcoin Scam

As the frauds and bitcoin scams scatter all over the internet, its suspects and hackers also scattered around the world. Recently, the government of...

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J.P. Morgan—Bitcoin’s ‘Biggest Enemy’—Suddenly Appears To Be Going All In On Crypto

J.P. Morgan's turbulent relationship with bitcoin appears to be rapidly softening... Read the full story on Forbes

$10 Million Burned on BitMEX Shorts as Bitcoin Surges to $9,700

Just hours after Ethereum rocketed higher, so too has Bitcoin. The leading cryptocurrency recently reached $9,750, the highest price BTC has traded at in over...
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