Twitter Scammers Used Elon Musk’s ‘SNL’ Appearance to Reap $100K in Crypto
The scammers reportedly hijacked verified Twitter accounts to promote a fake giveaway by the Tesla CEO.
The firm was identified as using details of the legitimate company, Swiss Re Capital Markets.
The arrests resulted from an investigation of the cryptocurrency exchange Coinhouse.eu.
Frazier "Kay" Khattri has gotten the boot, while Jarvis Khattri, Nikan Nadim and Jakob Teeqo have been suspended until further notice.
A California superior court judge ruled the social media giant was not responsible for its users' content.
Carl Pei seemed be tweeting that his new company was launching a crypto.