Hackers have defaced the Twitter account of Swedens governing party with hate speech and declared they would replace the Swedish krona with Bitcoin. The strange tweets began early this morning, when the Socialdemokraterna account reportedly changed its name to Bitcoindemokraterna, and promised its leaders would resign come morning, confirmed Expressen. It even added a tiny Bitcoin logo to its display picture. During the night, our Twitter account was hijacked. Tweets and messages sent from the account during the night have not been sent by [us ], said Socialdemokraterna. Attackers posted more than a dozen tweets over the course of several… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin

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