Hackers target cryptocurrency investors, some posing as Elon Musk
Scammers are using fake giveaways to cash in on interest in cryptocurrencies
The new hack targets people interested in crypto by faking celebrity giveaways.
Among these celebrities is Telsa CEO Elon Musk.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has reported a jump in complaints about cryptocurrency fraud.
In one type of scam, the hackers told targets that if they give a certain amount of cryptocurrency to a “celebrity” they will get more back.
According to the FTC, one victim sent $2 million dollars to a fake Elon Musk impersonator.
The real Elon Musk has been a supporter of cryptocurrencies but recently knocked dogecoin by calling it “a hustle” on national television.
He has also recently announced that Tesla will no longer accept bitcoin payments. This is due to potential enviornmental concerns.
Is the metaverse the future of social network?
U.S. firms like Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Microsoft are going all in on the metaverse. Meanwhile, Chinese companies appear to be taking a more cautious approach amid tighter regulation.
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Who will win the global metaverse race?
China is looking to invest in the metaverse market as numerous cities rollout policy proposals.
Technology continues to change our lives forever.
As new advancements are released to the public—safety continues to be a major concern.
People are interacting with computers in a different way, with the word Metaverse becoming a buzzword in both the tech and business industries.
While the term, “metaverse” is broad, it refers to a set of digital spaces online—including 3D—that allows people to do many things from socializing and learning to interacting and collaborating.
Analysts say it’s the next evolution in social connection and the successor to the mobile internet.
According to Morgan Stanley, the metaverse market could be worth $8 trillion in the future.
China’s technology giants are investing in the metavese and recently, numerous Chinese cities have announced policy proposals to attract and support metaverse companies.
This comes after tense year of regulatory scrutiny on the countries tech sector.
The Chinese city of Zhengzhou recently announced a series of policy proposals to support metaverse companies operating in the region.
The initiative involves the municipal government establishing a nearly $1.5 billion dedicated fund in an effort to foster growth and development in the industry.
So, is the metaverse taking the world by storm?
Oz Sultan from the Sultan Interactive Group joins us to discuss. #china #metaverse #veronicadudo #ozsultan #regulation #crypto #tech
North Korean hacker groups steal billions in crypto assets
G7 finance ministers are supporting measures to counter growing threats in the crypto space
Hacker groups associated with North Korea have stolen over $700 million worth of crypto assets since 2017 from Japanese firms and businesses.
The amount equates to 30 per cent of the total of such losses globally.
This comes on the back of G7 finance ministers supporting measures to counter growing threats.
In total, hackers has stolen a total of $2.3 billion in cryptocurrency from businesses between 2017 and 2022.
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