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The Twitter account of Mita Murati, the chief technology officer of artificial intelligence firm OpenAI, has seemingly been hacked with the latest tweet promoting a “scam” cryptocurrency token. On June 2, Murati’s account tweeted what appears to be a phishing link promising an airdrop of a purported ERC-20 token OPENAI named after the firm that created ChatGPT.We proudly present $OPENAI, a groundbreaking token driven by artificial intelligence-based language models.Visit to see if you are eligible for an airdrop directly to your $ETH address.— Mira Murati (@miramurati) June 2, 2023

The tweets author restricted who could reply to the tweet so others are unable to easily warn the link is a scam.Twitter users have, however, warned of the scam with many theorizing Murati was victim to a SIM-swapping attack.We don’t know what’s going on yet (SIM attack?)But NO WAY this is really Mira. This is a scam.— Mark Jeffrey (@markjeffrey) June 2, 2023

This is a developing story, and further information will be added as it becomes available.

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