Unfortunately, cryptocurrency scams are a never-ending part of the industry, In which bad actors are trying to deliver something too good to be true (often to double their assets).

The latest example came a few hours ago, when Apple held a show about the arrival of the new iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch.

  • When the nearly 50-year-old tech giant announces its next-generation product line, all eyes are usually on Focus on the company. That was the case yesterday when Tim Cook and his colleagues launched the new iPhone (14), AirPods and Apple Watch.
  • is also ready. Scammers, who may have hoped people would watch Apple-related videos on YouTube, recreated old interviews with the company’s CEO to promote fraudulent encryption sites.
  • According to The Verge, the video “has a lot of signs of forgery,” including a bizarre title — Apple Event Live. Apple CEO Tim Cook: Apple and Metaverse in 2022, watched by tens of thousands at the same time.
  • Added BTC and ETH logos to video streams and redirected viewers to suspicious URLs unrelated to Apple. The Verge said YouTube did remove the video after a while.
  • These types of crypto scams have been going on for a long time. Perpetrators often use well-known brands or individuals to trick victims into sending their cryptocurrency to their wallets while promising to double their cryptocurrency in return.
  • While this may sound like a blatant scam (because it is), there are plenty of occasions where they have proven lucrative.
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