A user claims to have been defrauded of 26.4 BTC by criminals posing as MicroStrategy CEO

time:01-17 07:00 source:Internet

On Saturday, a Bitcoin user claimed to have been defrauded of $1.14 million by cybercriminals posing as MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor. The user sent 26.4 BTC to an address identified by Whale Alert as a Bitcoin scam. "We suspect that the money was paid through a Coinbase address," the agency added, calling it the largest payment for a "free-to-issue cryptocurrency scam."

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