BitcoinWhosWho received dozens of reports over the last few days from multiple independent sources about a cloud mining scam called Crypterra finally exiting the building. The total received for all the 40 bitcoin addresses reported so far is 2,483.008684 BTC. Continue reading 2500 BTC Crypterra Exit Scam Reported→
Reports of a spam email threatening to reveal sensitive adult content to friends and family unless paid in bitcoin have been surging over the last few days. This bitcoin address was reported twice today alone! 1LEBKnvLEZk2cUfyJ1vU5FpueakWyh4m28
For the last 6 months BitcoinWhosWho has received scam reports relating to some version of an email claiming to have used the recipient’s computer to create a video of recipient visiting adult websites and threatens to send it to recipients’ contacts if not paid $200-$400 in BTC within 20-24 hours. It comes in many languages and has made consistent appearances in our scam reports since October 2017.
BitcoinWhosWho received many cloud mining fraud reports in December, but aside from the NiceHash hack, none were more remarkable than the SierraHash cloud mining scam. This multi-million dollar fraud was pulled off in just three weeks! More than 86,000 transactions since November 16 with a total received balance of 177.46647418 BTC as of yesterday.