New Bitcoin Scam On Facebook

A smartphone user shows the Facebook application on his phone in Zenica, in this photo illustration

A couple of weeks ago, there was a bitcoin scam happening on twitter. Scammers were hijacking the twitter account of celebrities and various people claiming they were giving away free money. All you had to do was submit a small payment to verify who you are and of course, it was a scam.
Now this scam is back in different forms on Facebook. One example is an ad on Facebook looking like it is from CNBC promoting an investment opportunity in a new crypto-currency. All you have to do is submit our credit card information in order to invest. Of course there is no new crypto-currency.  Beware of these ads and similar ones. It all goes back to that expression that if something is to good to be true, then it probably is.

Is It Possible That Twitter Is No Longer For Free Speech?


Ever since Twitter started on March 21st of 2006, Twitter called itself the “free speech wing” of the free speech party. Then after the recent bans of people like Alex Jones, you can’t help but wonder, what happened? In a nutshell…….HUMANS happened. The bottom line is that if you are for free speech, you have to be for unpopular speech as well. But make no mistake, Twitter is a private company and it can ban anyone for any reason.

Twitter Deletes Over One Million Fake Profiles And Gets Beat Up By Wall Street


Twitter purged tons of bots and fake account. The reaction?…..A 20% loss in Twitter’s stock value. The reason?…. Twitter is not growing, it is contracting. The perception of actual twitter users is far less than investors like and resulted in them selling their shares.