Crypto ‘Giveaway’ Scams Continue to Flourish on YouTube
Cryptocurrency scams continue to appear on YouTube, misusing content from influential people in the space and stealing from the gullible.
Despite lawsuits and Google’s own ad policies, cryptocurrency scam ads are still making it through the YouTube gates and circulating for days.
Bitcoin in Cuba is "growing and gaining strength," according to YouTube influencer Erich García Cruz. Here's how Cubans are using crypto.
Ripple has disputed YouTube's claims it knew nothing about XRP scams on its site, saying it alerted the video platform hundreds of times.
The video-sharing giant filed a motion to dismiss Ripple’s lawsuit that alleges YouTube did not do enough to stop free XRP giveaway scams, copyright infringement.
Wozniak is among 18 plaintiffs suing the video-sharing giant for allowing crypto giveaway scams using his likeness to flourish on the platform.
Ripple Labs and CEO Brad Garlinghouse are suing YouTube over allegations that the video streaming giant has failed to police its platform against fake XRP giveaway scams, resulting in monetary damage to users and reputational harm to Ripple.