Those pesky Tesla-themed cryptocurrency scammers are back! Hackers have assumed the Twitterdentity of Elon Muskyet again, and are even paying Twitter to help swindle Bitcoin from unsuspecting users. For roughly 24 hours, the scammers were using the (hopefully) compromised account of TV celebrity chef Tyler Florenceto share malicious links to obviously fake Bitcoin giveaways. Florences account has almost 700,000 followers. Note the little Promoted watermark underneath the tweet, submitted to Hard Fork by an anonymous source. It means hackers paid Twitter to share the cryptocurrency scams with as many users as possible the audacity! At first glance, Tyler Florences… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter

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