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No, Vitalik Buterin is not giving away free Ether – scammers are taking yours

You might want to reconsider your cryptocurrency investment strategy if you were hoping that sending a couple of hundred dollars worth of Ethereum to its founder Vitalik Buterin can increase your portfolio ten-fold. Quite the opposite: Scammers might be out to empty your pockets. Earlier today Buterin posted this somewhat obscure message on Twitter: If you send me 0.1 ETH, I will send you nothing, because I am too lazy.
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