’Double your money’ Bitcoin scams are appearing as social media ads


Bitcoin scams riding on the cryptocurrency's wave of popularity are now appearing as advertisements on social media, warn security experts. — dpa

Things generally don’t turn out well when a social media ad from a company you’ve never heard of invites you to “make money fast.”

Alarm bells should be ringing if their seemingly legitimate site is asking for cryptocurrency payments only.

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