Ian Balina, famoso youtuber e personaggio rilevante all’interno del Crypto Twitter è stato hackerato, secondo quanto riportato da lui stesso.
Per chi non lo sapesse, Ian Balina è famoso per il successo avuto durante il 2017 nel boom delle ICO. Difatti l’imprenditore statunitense ha sempre condiviso con i suoi follower ogni sua mossa, lasciando ogni giorno a fine giornata lo screenshot del suo portafoglio: Ian Balina è stato capace di trasformare 90 mila dollari in 4 milioni di dollari.

Uno screenshot del portfolio di Ian Balina
La sua popolarità è cresciuta sempre di

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