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Author Topic: [2018-08-09] Crypto Twitter Bots Have Become Discomfit Beyond Expectations  (Read 14 times)
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August 09, 2018, 09:34:14 PM

One of the industry’s illest exponents is a permeating, network of scam bots that has rapidly come to trash the space of Twitter. While several social media users have become wanted to the continuous “Ethereum giveaway” scams that decorate the profile of any cryptocurrency industry figure, the puzzle started to spread over into various sectors of the internet. Earlier this summer, Elon Musk notably called out Tue bots, when he made his first cite to Ethereum in the way of a tongue-in-cheek comment about the perturbing Exacters.

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August 09, 2018, 10:11:21 PM

is a very big problem and already made innocent people lost coin, I remember the verge twitter account where some people fell in this type of scam and they went to complain on the verge thread and the verge quip explained that they were cheated and that the verge team could not do anything, was a very sad situation. But that also raises some questions:

the scammers tell people to send 1 ETH to X address and within minutes the scammers will send 5 EHTs.

1 -) if the scammers could do such a thing, why do they need ETH from other people? that's what people should ask themselves. So here it is realized that the problem of people falling into this type of scam. is the greed. people want to have a lot of money fast

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