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50 Cent’s Accounts Hacked to Promote Solana Meme Coin

Rapper 50 Cent’s social media accounts, including Twitter and his website, were hacked to promote a Solana-based meme coin named GUNIT. The scam led to a significant increase in the token's value before the accounts were secured. Initial claims suggested the hackers made $300 million, later revised to $3 million. This incident highlights the ongoing risk of celebrity account hacks used for crypto scams.
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50 Cent’s Accounts Hacked to Promote Solana Meme Coin

Rapper 50 Cent’s social media accounts, including Twitter and his website, were hacked to promote a Solana-based meme coin named GUNIT. The scam led to a significant increase in the token's value before the accounts were secured. Initial claims suggested the hackers made $300 million, later revised to $3 million. This incident highlights the ongoing risk of celebrity account hacks used for crypto scams.

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