October 1, 2022

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Indian prime minister Modi’s hacked Twitter account attempts BTC scam

<p style="float:right; margin:0 0 10px 15px; width:240px;"><img src="https://images.cointelegraph.com/images/840_aHR0cHM6Ly9zMy5jb2ludGVsZWdyYXBoLmNvbS91cGxvYWRzLzIwMjEtMTIvNTFhMDE1OGYtNzhiMy00Zjg4LTkwOWQtOTcyM2E3NWQyMTBkLmpwZw==.jpg"></p><p>Soon after Modi's Twitter account with over 73.4 million followers got hacked, attackers shared misleading information about the mainstream adoption of Bitcoin and a 500 BTC giveaway.</p>

Soon after Modi’s Twitter account with over 73.4 million followers got hacked, attackers shared misleading information about the mainstream adoption of Bitcoin and a 500 BTC giveaway.