If you ever come across Elon Musk, or at least what appears to be, promoting a cryptocurrency called BitVex, just know that it’s just a deepfake of the Tesla and SpaceX CEO. What makes this deepfake so special among the millions of clips uploaded each days is the fact that Elon Musk actually Tweeted that this was definitely not him.
So, before spending your Bitcoin or Ethereum to a random digital-wallet address, be sure to ask Elon Musk personally first on Twitter, as there is no way you’ll be able to double your investment after sending it over by doing absolutely nothing. Unfortunately, these scammers did already make off with over $200,000 USD. On the bright side, it still isn’t enough to snag this 101.38-carat diamond.
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Someone stupid enough to invest in that deserves to lose their money, but at the same time the scammers deserve to spend their life in jail. Like literally anyone watching that and thinking it’s real would lose their money to anything,” said Billy Markus, the co-founder of Dogecoin.