Azuki’s Twitter Account Has Been Hacked Following Tweets Promoting a Virtual Land Scam

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Last Updated on January 28, 2023 by Bitfinsider

Azuki, a high-profile NFT project, announced Friday that its Twitter account had been hacked, with apparent hackers publishing two tweets encouraging people to claim virtual territory. For optimum visibility, one tweet was pinned to the top of Azuki’s timeline.

Azuki authorities warned followers about the fraud and advised them not to open any links. Dem, Azuki’s Head of Community & Product Manager, stated that their personal Twitter account had been hijacked.

According to a spokesman for Chiru Labs, the business behind Azuki, the company is in contact with Twitter “and investigating the incident.”

The incident came only two days after Robinhood, a cryptocurrency-exchange financial application, had its Twitter account hacked.

The unauthorized posts take place in Azuki’s recently released virtual world, Hilumia, which is intended to be a growing virtual metropolis combining real and digital aspects.

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