An official, verified Twitter account owned by Google has become the latest to be hacked to host a crypto "giveaway" scam.
A number of verified Twitter accounts were hacked to look like Elon Musk's as part of an effort to defraud owners of bitcoin.
Elon Musk mentioned bitcoin in a mysterious tweet, and it's whipping up plenty of speculation across the crypto community.
A verified Twitter account masquerading as Elon Musk was used to publish and circulate a promoted tweet for a crypto scam Thursday.
At the very least, a blockchain mindset can help you call social media giants' bluff when they tell you that their services are "free."
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told a Congressional committee Wednesday that the social media company is exploring blockchain solutions for its platform.
Researchers have uncovered a large botnet that mimics legitimate accounts on Twitter to spread a cryptocurrency "giveaway" scam.
In the span of a few hours, it became Crypto Twitter vs U.S. Representative Brad Sherman.
The head of the Bank of International Settlements briefly became the butt of crypto Twitter trolling last week after issuing new comments on the tech.
A recent magazine cover attracted international commentary. After all, it isn't every day that relative unknowns are touted as "Bitcoin Kings."