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Chef Gordon Ramsay is Latest Target of Bitcoin Revolution Investing Scam

Reports that Gordon Ramsay, the celebrity chef known for his fiery temper, has invested in Bitcoin are unfounded and part of scam marketeering, Freecoyn can report.

Rumours began circulating this week that the cook, famous for his Michelin starred cuisine and appearances on Hell’s Kitchen and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, had been buying cryptocurrency through a website called Bitcoin Revolution.

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Binance Targets London Bus Stops With Ad Campaign Ahead of UK Launch

The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by trade volume has targeted Londoners with a new advertising campaign ahead of its UK launch.

Binance, which was found in 2017 in China by Changpeng Zhao and later headquartered in Malta, has arranged for 17 bus stops in key locations around England’s capital city to advertise its Bitcoin trading platform.

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Ryanair Boss’s Anger After Fake Advert for Bitcoin Lifestyle Scam Uses His Image

Bitcoin is “a Ponzi scheme that should be avoided like the plague”, the boss of Ryanair has said after his image was used for a scam advert.

Michael O’Leary, CEO of the budget airline, joined other well-known figures such as Simon Cowell, Sir Philip Green, Holly Willoughby, Lord Sugar and Jeremy Clarkson when his image was used for the ‘Bitcoin Lifestyle’ scam.

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A World First? Grayscale Investments Launches TV Campaign to Promote Crypto

A leading Bitcoin investment firm has started using TV advertising to raise awareness amongst the wider public about the investment possibilities that cryptocurrency offers in what is thought to be a world first.

Grayscale Investments is running the campaign across several major US cable networks, such as MSNBC, Fox and CNBC, focusing on its brand and products.

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Dr Seuss’ Favourite Characters to Become Blockchain Collectibles with Dapper Labs

The characters of children’s favourite Dr Seuss are entering the digital world as crypto collections thanks to a new collaboration.

Dr Seuss Enterprises has teamed up with Dapper Labs, the company behind Crypokitties and NBA Top Shot, to add iconic characters including The Cat in the Hat, The Lorax, The Grinch and Thing One and Thing Two to the Flow blockchain.

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Twitter Bitcoin Scammer Hunt Intensifies After Obama, Musk and Kardashian Targeted

Mystery surrounds the identity of a Bitcoin scammer who hacked the Twitter accounts of multiple high-profile figures from the world of showbiz, politics and business.

Internet sleuths have been racing to discover the culprit behind the hack, which saw the accounts of former US President Barack Obama, Amazon boss Jeff Bezos and reality TV star Kim Kardashian targeted among others.

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Bitcoin Will Never Be Worth Nothing Thanks to Alistair Milne’s Bitfinex Buy Order

Anyone ‘hodling’ Bitcoin (BTC) can rest easy in their beds tonight – their investment will never be worth absolutely nothing.

British entrepreneur and Bitcoin Bull Alistair Milne has placed a huge buy order for the current circulating total of 18.52 million Bitcoins, currently worth around $18.5 billion, to prevent it from ever reaching $0.

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UK Users Hardest Hit in Sophisticated Multi-Stage Bitcoin Scam

The personal data of hundreds of thousands of people – the majority from the UK – has been exposed in a complex Bitcoin scam.

Some 248,926 sets of personally identifiable details from users around the world, including phone numbers, names and email address, were used to create personalised URLs directing users to malicious websites masquerading as legitimate news outlets.

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Popular Moon Free Bitcoin Faucets Relaunched After Makop Ransomware Attack

Following the devastating Makop Ransomware attack on the servers used to host three of the internet’s oldest and most reliable free bitcoin faucets, the owners have announced that they have been rebuilt and relaunched.

Moonbit.co.in, moondoge.co.in and moonliteco.in were all taken down by the attackers, who then demanded $200,000 to release the infected files.

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