The scammers created a Fake Account for Litecoin’s creator Charlie Lee on Twitter and asked users to send 0.3 LTC to their specified address so that they could receive 3 LTCs out of 180 tokens allegedly allocated to the crypto community.
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I am donating 180 Litecoin to the LTC community. First 60 transactions with 0.3 LTC sent to the address below will each receive 3 LTC to the address the 0.3 LTC came from
Don't miss out. Claim your LTC now!
— Charlie Lee [LTC] (@SatoshiLitez) January 29, 2018
Let’s remind, that earlier similar scheme the scammers tried to implement and with a Fake account of Vitalik Buterin and Ethereum. Charlie Lee sold all his Litecoin back in December, because he did not want to be accused of fluctuating prices for crypto currency.
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