- Several prominent Twitter accounts seem to be a victim of a simultaneous hack after posting suspicious giveaways.
- This post will be updated as more information arises.
The official twitter handle from Ripple has posted a suspicious giveaway which is most likely a scam.
This comes as several other prominent twitter handles like Binance, Coinbase, and Gemini posted suspicious giveaways, as reported earlier by CoinDesk.
The hack even extends to Binance CEO, CZ. The crypto pioneer has a tweet pinned to his Twitter, promoting “CryptoForHealth”.
Ripple Sues YouTube
Ripple also made crypto headlines several months ago when they filed a lawsuit against video streaming giant, YouTube. The lawsuit claimed that YouTube’s incompetency for allowing scams on the platform damaged Rippe’s public image.
Note: This situation is developing and will be updated as more information rises.
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