Cyberattack on SEC’s X account: Bitcoin sharing turned out to be fake

SEC Chairman Gensler announced that the SEC's X account was hacked and unauthorized sharing was made regarding the spot Bitcoin ETF approval. While the price of Bitcoin approached 48 thousand dollars after the post in question, it fell below 46 thousand dollars after the news was denied.

1 min read
Cyberattack on SEC's X account: Bitcoin sharing turned out to be fake

US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Gary Gensler said on his social media account that the SEC’s X account was hacked and unauthorized posts were made from there.

Chairman Gensler noted that the SEC has not yet approved the listing and trading of products traded on the spot Bitcoin exchange.

Minutes before Gensler’s statement, the SEC’s official X account shared that spot Bitcoin ETFs were approved.

While the price of Bitcoin approached 48 thousand dollars after the post in question, it fell below 46 thousand dollars after the news was denied.

Read:  Rival Candidate's Advisor Biden Accepts Impersonated Robocall

FİKRİKADİM

The ancient idea tries to provide the most accurate information to its readers in all the content it publishes.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Comment moderation is enabled. Your comment may take some time to appear.