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New cryptocurrency Healthureum launched despite hackers of Bitcoin on prowl

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Anyone here have some knowledge about Bitcoin? Craig Wright: Liar? Thief? Or actual inventor of BTC?

Someone here has to be educated on this subject, I ran across this video and am just not informed enough to have an opinion.
Some dude named Craig Wright claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, inventor of BTC
So...yeah or neh on this?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JvDauIX5lg
and
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Steven_Wright#Bitcoin
In December 2015, two parallel investigations by Wired and Gizmodo suggested that Wright may have been the inventor of bitcoin.[31][32] Subsequent reporting, however, raised concerns that Wright was engaged in an elaborate hoax.[33][34][35]
Hours after Wired published their allegations, Wright's home in Gordon, New South Wales and associated business premises in Ryde, New South Wales were raided by the Australian Federal Police.[36][37][38][39] According to the AFP, the raid was part of an Australian Tax Office investigation.[40][41]
On 2 May 2016, the BBC and The Economist published articles claiming that Wright had digitally signed messages using cryptographic keys created during the early days of bitcoin's development. The keys are inextricably linked to blocks of bitcoins known to have been created or "mined" by Satoshi Nakamoto
and then we have some claiming he is in possession of BTC stolen in the Mt Gox heist.
https://news.bitcoin.com/documents-show-craig-wright-claims-to-own-a-bitcoin-address-with-80000-btc-stolen-from-mt-gox/
Self-proclaimed Bitcoin inventor Craig Wright has appeared to claim that he was the hacker of Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox in 2011, when 79,956 Bitcoin—worth $751 million today—was stolen.
In a letter sent to Bitcoin services provider Blockstream, Wright’s law firm SCA Ontier alleges that he has control over two Bitcoin addresses. One of the addresses specified is the same address that received the Bitcoin stolen from Mt. Gox, according to then Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles.
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Coinbase says it prevented over 1,000 customers from sending $280,000 worth of bitcoin to Twitter hackers

Coinbase says it prevented over 1,000 customers from sending $280,000 worth of bitcoin to Twitter hackers submitted by deadbroccoli to cybersecurity [link] [comments]

Central Banks have scammed working people out of TRILLIONS of dollars since 1913, but a hacker steals $100k worth of Bitcoin, and it’s immediate headline news, the media calls it a “Bitcoin Scam”, and the FBI launches an investigation?

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Why the Twitter hacker used Bitcoin instead of Monero

Why the Twitter hacker used Bitcoin instead of Monero submitted by nice2yz to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Why the Twitter hacker used Bitcoin instead of Monero

Why the Twitter hacker used Bitcoin instead of Monero submitted by SaneFive to Monero [link] [comments]

Alot of people sent this scammer/hacker $1,000. The hacker got $103,000 worth in bitcoin

Alot of people sent this scammehacker $1,000. The hacker got $103,000 worth in bitcoin submitted by Derfgerger06 to facepalm [link] [comments]

Runescape Hackers Double Spend Glitch Their Way to Billions of GP and Use Profits To Buy Bitcoin - Should Have Used Bitcoin Jagex

Runescape Hackers Double Spend Glitch Their Way to Billions of GP and Use Profits To Buy Bitcoin - Should Have Used Bitcoin Jagex submitted by Fiach_Dubh to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Twitter confirms 'Bitcoin' hackers copied the data of several accounts

Twitter confirms 'Bitcoin' hackers copied the data of several accounts submitted by chicomonk to technology [link] [comments]

Twitter's Bitcoin hackers had almost limitless access--And they burned it all for a handful of magic internet coins.

Twitter's Bitcoin hackers had almost limitless access--And they burned it all for a handful of magic internet coins. submitted by ShotBot to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

PSA: Bitcoin is incredibly secure, reliable, and safe. But the surrounding zone is full of scammers, fraudsters, tricksters, and hackers.

Bitcoin is great but won't protect you from yourself. Learn to identify fraud and scams. Not your keys, not your coins.
Bitcoin is like an unbreakable, super-shield that can be impenetrable when wielded properly.
But improperly used, it's useless. Like running into battle with the shield sitting at home.
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Coinbase says it prevented over 1,000 customers from sending $280,000 worth of bitcoin to Twitter hackers - The Block

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Today, a hacker compromised my Coinbase account and bought Bitcoin with every bit of money I had on my debit card. I have no money in the bank now. I have text authentication and email authentication, too.

****UPDATED INFO (VIDEO) FOR ATT SIM SWAP ATTACK! I made a video of ATT admitting fault and responsibility for the sim swap attack, but they didn’t offer a resolution for the time, damages or stolen funds. Even though they said it’s their responsibility! Here’s the video
https://youtu.be/tmiMpo8QH_s
Also, Coinbase is not trying to help for any of the funds that the hacker used from my bank account! A regulated US company. I get that they can’t reverse the crypto you already have, but they store our banking info and the hacker used my attached debit card to use USD to purchase Bitcoin that I didn’t even have in the first place*****
Please help ....and try to refrain from stubborn snooty comments like, “shouldn’t use Coinbase.” It could happen to any of us no matter how secure we are.
Both of those text number has to be entered first, then the authorization link needs to be click on in my email. Which no one has accessed my email or i would have gotten an alert. Can this be taken care of?
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Twitter Hack, Not Bitcoin Scam – Twitter Hackers Fool Fools Out of Bitcoin

Twitter Hack, Not Bitcoin Scam – Twitter Hackers Fool Fools Out of Bitcoin submitted by TommyofLeeds to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

My theory of why the twitter hackers hacked twitter instead of any other platform and why they used bitcoin insteado of any other crypto.

They hacked twitter beacouse they know that its a very important platform, many people stays for hours in twitter, they didnt do that for money, they wanted to make publicity to bitcoin.
I can assure you that stealing btc is really easy, really easier than hacking twitter.
  1. Go to your favorite bitcoin explorer and select a random address.
    1. Go to Bitcoinwhoiswho and lookup the address.
    2. If you get a Ip, nmap it. If not start again till get an IP in Bitcoinwhoiswho and lookup the address.
    3. Check if is a vps or at least have ssh ports open.
    4. If ssh is on check if is a password or a privkey
    5. Bruteforce.
ez as u can see...
So the hackers didnt want to steal money, wanted to cause confusion and promote bitcoin.
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[ Bitcoin ] Hackers have made 12k off of Elon Musks Twitter account in the last 10 minutes!

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In today's episode of "Another Day, Another Exchange HAKD": U.K. based cryptocurrency exchange Cashaa reported hackers took more than 336 Bitcoin -- SFYL

In today's episode of submitted by Crypto_To_The_Core to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

In light of recent events involving high-profile Twitter accounts (Elon Musk, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Kanye West, etc.) getting hacked, what could the hackers have tweeted instead of a bitcoin scam to cause the most chaos?

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Hackers Tell the Story of the Twitter Attack From the Inside: Several people involved in the events that took down Twitter this week spoke with The Times, giving the first account of what happened as a pursuit of Bitcoin spun out of control.

Hackers Tell the Story of the Twitter Attack From the Inside: Several people involved in the events that took down Twitter this week spoke with The Times, giving the first account of what happened as a pursuit of Bitcoin spun out of control. submitted by Fuzier to technology [link] [comments]

Twitter confirms 'Bitcoin' hackers copied the data of several accounts

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Twitter hack: FBI investigates major attack. Hackers managed to hijack official accounts of high-profile US figures in an apparent Bitcoin scam.

Twitter hack: FBI investigates major attack. Hackers managed to hijack official accounts of high-profile US figures in an apparent Bitcoin scam. submitted by GoodNewsBot to JustBadNews [link] [comments]

In light of the extremely recent Twitter bitcoin hackers

In light of the extremely recent Twitter bitcoin hackers submitted by TheDarkSwordsman to Animemes [link] [comments]

How Hackers Hack and Steal Bitcoin using Bitcoin Stealer Software Hackers used credentials of employees to access internal systems: Twitter on Bitcoin scam Bitcoin Traders Turn Bearish After Recent Hack (July 2020) Free Bitcoin Hack Blockchain unconfirmed transaction hack script 100% working updated june 2020 Why Hackers Use Bitcoin । Twitter Bitcoin Scam । Twitter Accounts Hacked  what is cryptocurrency?

Binance is the larget cryptocurrecny trading platform. Hackers were able to steal more than $40 million worth of bitcoin. The hackers are still at large and we doubt they will ever get caught. The company was able to return the stolen crytpo to its customers but a what cost?? They stole 7,000 bitcoin. Binance bitcoin hack. The money went to the same Bitcoin wallet that Kirk used later in the day when he got payments from hacking the Twitter accounts of celebrities, the public ledger of Bitcoin transactions shows. Related: How to Fix: Hackers Hacked My Phone, Demand Bitcoin (Scam) How to Fix: Hackers Hacked My Email, Demand Bitcoin (Scam) Now that you know how the scam operates, you can safely ignore the message. Instead, change your passwords on all the sites you visit, making sure they are strong and unique. Never, ever use the same password on more By now you have probably heard of bitcoin, even if you haven’t used it yourself. Launched 11 years ago, bitcoin is a digital currency that operates independently of third-party oversight from banks or governments. It allows two people anywhere in the world to exchange value across the internet in minutes.Although it has not found success... Fraudsters trying to scam Bitcoin from people is not new. But, the recent Twitter hack caused immense chaos. Another hacker seems to be following suit, however, on a different platform. YouTube Falls Under The Radar Of BTC Scammers It has been more than a decade since the first cryptocurrency entered the market. With its price,

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How Hackers Hack and Steal Bitcoin using Bitcoin Stealer Software

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