SEC Twitter Account Hacked, Fake Tweet About Bitcoin ETF Approval Posted!


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The official Twitter account of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was hacked earlier this morning. Through the compromised account, a fake tweet was posted claiming that the SEC had approved a Bitcoin ETF.

The official Twitter account of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was hacked earlier this morning. Through the compromised account, a fake tweet was posted claiming that the SEC had approved a Bitcoin ETF.

The tweet suggested that the approval of the Bitcoin ETF by the SEC would have a positive impact on the cryptocurrency markets. However, shortly after, SEC officials confirmed that the account had been hacked and denied the authenticity of the tweet.

Following the incident, the SEC has taken measures to enhance the security of the account and has initiated an investigation into the matter. Prices of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies briefly surged after the fake tweet but later returned to normal levels.

As uncertainty regarding the Bitcoin ETF persists, the hacking of the SEC's official Twitter account and the posting of a fake tweet has caused a significant stir in the cryptocurrency world. The incident has once again brought attention to the security challenges of the digital asset space and the potential impact of regulatory decisions on crypto markets.

In the wake of these developments, cryptocurrency markets and investors are likely to continue closely monitoring regulators' attitudes and policies towards cryptocurrencies.

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