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Cryptocurrency scams on Twitter are so common, this guy built a tool to help detect fraudsters

Scam artists are using fake Twitter accounts impersonating celebrities and public figures to promote cryptocurrencies — then sell the coins at a big profit when their fake tweets pump the price higher. The Ethereum community has come up with a new way to fight these scams: JavaScript browser extensions. Developer Harry Denley is set to release a Twitter-specific extension on Sunday which will tell users when they are seeing Tweets sent by potentially fake accounts.
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