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Obama, Biden, Netanyahu, Musk: Here’s a List of Every Hacked Twitter Account

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey (U.S. House of Representatives)

Twitter melted down Wednesday as the accounts of former President Barack Obama, presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden, Kanye West, Elon Musk, prominent crypto Twitter figures, exchanges and others with verified accounts were hacked. Here’s a growing list of the victims:

People

  • Barack Obama
  • Joe Biden
  • Elon Musk
  • Benjamin Netanyahu
  • Floyd Mayweather
  • Kanye West
  • Changpeng Zhao
  • Charlie Lee
  • Justin Sun
  • Michael Bloomberg
  • Jeff Bezos
  • Warren Buffett
  • Wiz Khalifa
  • Bill Gates
  • XXXTentacion
  • Kim Kardashian West
  • MrBeast
  • Numerous other minor and unverified Twitter accounts

Follow our coverage: Everything We Know About the Bitcoin Scam Rocking Twitter’s Most Prominent Accounts

Exchanges and other crypto firms

  • Binance
  • Coinbase
  • KuCoin
  • Gemini
  • Bitfinex
  • Bitcoin
  • Ripple
  • CoinDesk

Corporates

  • Cash App
  • Apple
  • Uber

This is a developing story.

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