Recently, it was discovered that a digital currency scam called the "Bitcoin Era" goes on to attract many targets with new techniques, including the use of the names of Tesla founder Elon Musk and Hollywood star Daniel Craig, according to Business Insider.
The cryptocurrency industry has faced a lot of puzzling and mixed reactions, especially on social media platforms including Twitter and Facebook, and this has forced the CEO of SpaceX, Elon Reeve Musk to share his personal position on some digital currencies especially Bitcoin (BTC) – during a podcast on January 20, 2020.
Popular technology entrepreneur Elon Reeve Musk has rerolled out Tesla’s residential solar-power service, a new step for electricity users. Tesla is now planning to initiate its solar-panel business by allowing clients rent their rooftop systems instead of purchasing them.
Giant technology entrepreneur Elon Reeve Musk recently shown his strong support for cryptocurrency and Blockchain-friendly United States (US) 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Andrew Yang. The CEO of Tesla Inc. and SpaceX, has always expressed his endless support for disruptive technologies like distributed ledger tech and cryptoassets including Bitcoin, TRON, etc. On Saturday last week, Elon tweeted his support for Andrew following the comment by political podcaster Dan Carlin on Andrew’s leadership abilities.
The 26th crypto by market capitalization and one of the oldest altcoins with a lot of users, Dogecoin (DOGE), entered April with significant value gains and was among the top cryptocurrencies that recorded weighty gains after Elon Musk, Tesla and SpaceX founder, made some positive comments about the coin. The all-time high and low for the coin is $0.018773 USD (Jan 07, 2018) and $0.000085 USD (May 07, 2015) respectively.
Elon Musk, the maniac, the myth, the brick, the legend? Whatever you take him to be, you can't deny that he has an ill-famed presence within crypto. According to recent reports, he's now on the bandwagon of Ethereum, although he is suspicious that it could be a scam.
Scammers' posts have recently been posted straight under verified updates from Elon Musk, John McAfee, 50 Cent, Vitalik Buterin, Charlie Lee, and major cryptocurrency firms like Coinbase and CoinMarketCap, and even president of the US - Donald Trump. Fraudsters use almost identical usernames to those celebrities in the hopes of being accepted as real.