Justin Sun offers $1 million reward for Twitter hackers

 

After a massive amount of Twitter accounts were hacked on July 15, one of those affected, Tron founder Justin Sun, offered a reward to those responsible.

Tron’s founder will give $1 million to the person or persons responsible for finding the hackers and providing relevant data about the situation, said Sun, CEO of BitTorrent and founder of TRON, Cointelegraph.

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Sun added:

„We are working closely with Twitter to solve this problem immediately and get our accounts back on track. We are always vigilant in managing our accounts; operating in a safe and responsible manner, bringing the security of our accounts to the highest possible standards. This only further clarifies the urgent need for our society to adopt decentralized and untrustworthy software and services.

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The whole Twitter was hacked?
A hacker, or hackers, hacked a large portion of Twitter on July 15, including the accounts of Coinbase, Gemini, the Tron Foundation and other companies, as well as personal accounts such as Charlie Lee, Justin Sun and a number of crypto influencers.

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However, the hacking extends far beyond simply cryptomonics, as even Elon Musk and Bill Gates saw their Twitter accounts hacked at the same time.

Hacking ranges from partnership announcements and Bitcoin Gifts (BTC), to fake paid commercial groups.