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Beeple has been hacked!

Beeple has been hacked!

Beeple, also known professionally as Michael Joseph Winkelmann’s Twitter account, has been hacked. The hacker will then provide a link that is not valid and it is fake. This is the post that hackers have been spreading: ” Been working on this with LV for a long time behind the scenes. 1000 total unique pieces. BEEPLE x VUITTON COLLECTION_1: BEEPLES

Official Raffle Below.

“Beeple’s Twitter account has been hacked (ATO) to broadcast a phishing link to steal funds,” according to Harry.ETH, a MetaMask/MyCrypto security researcher.
The victims seemed to have lost 35 ETH, valued at roughly $71,000, thus far.

BEEPLE’s account was hacked to send out a false link to an “official raffle entry,” and Twitter users urged others not to click on it after many people reported having their Ethereum wallets emptied.

Louis Vuitton commissioned BEEPLE to produce non-fungible token (NFT) art as prizes for a raffle and game entitled Louis: The Game, as previously reported by The Block.

BEEPLE has almost 672,000 Twitter followers, according to his profile. Last year, BEEPLE broke the auction record by selling an NFT for $69 million.

Beeple is a well-known digital artist, graphic designer, and animator from the United States who also sells NFTs. In his artwork, he employs a variety of materials to produce phantasmagoric pieces that are humorous and offer political and social criticism while referencing pop culture personalities. There are 1.8 million people that follow Beeple on Instagram. Although he has had his work shown at at least one Justin Bieber concert and two Super Bowl halftime performances, he does not have any gallery representation and is not established in the conventional art world.

About Tiffany Ellis

She is a smiley curious writer from the USA. She loves Cryptocurrencies, Arts an also NFTs.

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