The @Bitcoin Twitter handle was claimed in August 2011, however, recently there has been a significant change in the focus of its tweets. During 2017, many of the @Bitcoin tweets were simply retweets of @CoinDesk updates on the Bitcoin (BTC) price. Starting January 3, 2018, the account became much more active, with a strong emphasis on Bitcoin Cash (BCH).
This promotion of Bitcoin Cash has led some to conclude that @Bitcoin has been sold or hacked, and is now controlled by Bitcoin.com or somone involved with the site — an accusation that has been denied. Whatever the case, there is no doubt that @Bitcoin is now being used to push the idea that Bitcoin Cash is the real Bitcoin. And with nearly 700,000 followers, this false message will be spread far and wide.
For more information about Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin.com read, Bitcoin Cash is Not Bitcoin and Don't Get Burned by the Bitcoin.com Wallet.
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