Sunday, January 24, 2021
Sunday, January 24, 2021

Former President Obama HACKED by Billionaire Bitcoin Bandits

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FORMER PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA has been added to the list of influential people hacked by bitcoin bandits targeting billionaires, Your Content has exclusively learned.

“I am giving back to my community due to COVID-19,” the bitcoin bandit wrote on Obama’s social media Wednesday.

“All Bitcoin sent my address below will be sent back doubled!” promised the hacker. “If you send $1,000, I will send you back $2,000!”

Your Content readers were first to know that Bitcoin bandits initiated their cyber attack Wednesday afternoon.

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The first two reported victims were Tesla Founder/CEO Elon Musk and Microsoft Founder Bill Gates.


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