An unknown group or individual has hacked the Twitter account behind cryptocurrency and stock trading platform Robinhood to push users to buy a “new” token.
Many Crypto Twitter users reported on Jan. 25 that Robinhood had posted a tweet calling on its 1.1 million followers to each pay $0.0005 for a token called ‘RBH’ on the Binance Smart Chain. Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao reported the company’s security team had locked the account linked in the tweet “pending further investigations”.
Many Twitter users reported on January 25 that Robinhood had made a post in which he asked his 1.1 million followers to each pay $0.0005 for a token called “RBH” on the Binance Smarth Chain. Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao reported that the company’s security team had blocked the account linked to the tweet “pending further investigation.”
Robinhood presumably hacked pic.twitter.com/UgRD3UCbo9
—db (@tier10k) January 25, 2023
Robinhood’s account would have been hacked.
As of press time, the tweet had been removed from the Robinhood account.
This story is in development and will be updated as more information is available.
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