Scam Link For Louis Vuitton Was Shared On The BEEPLE Twitter Account
Mike Winkelmann, also known as BEEPLE, a graphic artist, had his Twitter account hijacked today to promote a cryptocurrency fraud. His account was hacked and a bogus link to a cooperation with fashion designer Louis Vuitton was shared.
“Beeple’s Twitter account has been compromised (ATO) to broadcast a phishing URL to steal funds,” tweeted Harry.ETH, a security researcher from MetaMask/MyCrypto.
BEEPLE’s account was hacked to send a bogus link to a “official raffle entry”
Twitter users warned others not to click on it after their wallets were robbed of Ethereum.
Louis Vuitton commissioned to create non-fungible token (NFT) art as prizes for the Louis: The Game lottery and game.
According to his Twitter feed, BEEP has almost 672,000 followers. BEEPLE sold an NFT for a record $69 million at an auction last year.
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