British journalist and television personality Piers Morgan made his long-awaited “big announcement” on Twitter on July 16, but despite rumors on social media that Bitcoin might be approved, it had nothing to do with it. with the crypto space.
Instead, Morgan said that will start a book on a “liberal war” and COVID-19 entitled “Wake up“” Previously, he had raised rumors that he would make recommendations regarding Bitcoin (BTC) in the following tweet:
UPDATE: No, I’m neither Ghislaine Maxwell’s secret husband, nor am I changing, giving Bitcoin advice, quitting GMB, going vegan or replacing Jofra Archer in the test game.
Everything will be revealed around noon.
– Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) July 16, 2020
Bitcoin’s prank refers to rumors that started in a thread about Morgan’s tweet saying that he would make a “big announcement”.
Joking about Twitter hacking
Most of the answers joked that Morgan “would give away Bitcoin” after this from the massive Twitter hack on July 15th what he saw as some of The most famous accounts in the world have published a BTC scam.
This is not the first time Morgan has been associated with a cryptocurrency story. Since 2017 Many fraudsters embodied him in an advertising campaign with false statements about his “last method to make money”.
On June 16, the British Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) and the Internet Advertising Office (IAB) introduced a new system to detect and remove ads that promote online fraud in the face of the growing number of ads from cryptocurrency fraud.