India cricketer Krunal Pandya has been hacked by what seems, by all accounts, to be a bitcoin hacker. At the hour of distributing of this story, the record was as yet in charge of the previously mentioned programmer who in one of his few tweets produced using the allrounder’s handle professed to sell the ‘account for bitcoins’.
The main movement on the record since it was hacked occurred around 7:31 am (IST) with a retweet of a post from a record that expressed gratitude toward Krunal for following it.
Krunal Pandya is the very most recent well known person in the developing rundown of Twitter accounts being hacked by unknown bitcoin hackers. In 2020 alone more than 100 high-profile twitter accounts were hacked to advance such tricks.
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Krunal has played five ODIs and 19 T20Is for the Indian cricket crew up until this point and was most recently seen in real life for his homegrown group Baroda in the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022.
In the meantime, the 30-year-old will be hoping to hit the jackpot at the IPL 2022 mega auction the following month when 10 groups will conflict with one another to get the name of top T20 surprises from across the globe.
Krunal Pandya, who had a productive relationship with five-time IPL victors Mumbai Indians, wasn’t held by the establishment and was delivered close by his sibling Hardik Pandya last year. While Hardik has since been endorsed by new establishment Ahmedabad and named their skipper as well, Krunal will want to land another franchise.
The two-day mega auction will take place on February 12 and 13 in Bengaluru. There’s a genuine chance of the IPL 2022 being moved outside India, once more, considering the predominant Covid circumstance in the country.
According to a few media reports, the BCCI is contemplating over different choices including putting together the whole season in Mumbai with IPL groups liking to keep the occasion inside India.
send me bitcoin
— Krunal Pandya (@krunalpandya24) January 27, 2022
Last year, the initial half of IPL 2021 was held in India while the rest finished in UAE.