Numerous pieces of fake news continue to circulate promoting the Bitcoin Era scam, involving Italian celebrities such as Jovanotti, Flavio Briatore, Gianluca Vacchi, etc.
Sadly, one of the first to have had great success was the one linked to the name of Jovanotti, so much so that even the Italian TV show Striscia La Notizia covered it, with the delivery of the “Tapiro d’Oro”, and Jovanotti’s official and categorical denial.
All this happened almost two years ago, but in two years the situation has unfortunately not changed.
In fact, numerous pieces of fake news of this type continue to circulate, involving both the famous people already mentioned, and others who are currently on the crest of the wave.
For example, there is one circulating that involves Elon Musk, who has made headlines in recent months for his constant public statements for or against Bitcoin.
In addition, the name of the alleged automated trading software being advertised is also often changed. In addition to Bitcoin Era, it is sometimes also called Bitcoin Profit, Bitcoin Prime, Bitcoin Koers, or numerous other different names that only serve to avoid being identified.
Bitcoin Era and others
In reality, it would be very easy to tell that these are scams, because it is enough to compare the address of the website where the fake news is published with the name of the newspaper in the article: since they do not match, they are obviously fake articles.
Furthermore, anyone who promises significant gains with cryptocurrencies, while hiding the fact that these are investments that can very well produce losses, is lying, precisely because it is not possible to guarantee significant gains with cryptocurrencies.
It should also be stressed that the celebrities involved have absolutely nothing to do with it. Everything is done without their knowledge, and their name and image are exploited in a totally illegal manner. Unfortunately, the scammers are often not in Italy, so it is difficult to find and arrest them.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have nothing to do with it either, because the advertised automatic trading software does not even exist.
In short, it’s all just lies across the board. Nothing that is said in these articles is true. They are just words designed to lure the naive into sending money to fraudsters.
The incredible thing is that, despite the fact that these scams are talked about all the time, they continue to proliferate online, as if they still allow fraudsters to successfully extort money from the unfortunate people who fail to notice these lies. A scam that has been going on for two years is unfortunately a scam that works.