In the spring of 2019, Mbappé’s Twitter account was already hacked to recommend a similar investment in it, recalls ‘L’Équipe’.According to French researchers, this type of plot uses the good image of celebrities to convince investors to put their money in this type of virtual currency. Through call centers located in Israel, they contact clients to convince them to invest, and when they do, they disappear without a trace.According to the Financial Markets Authority, in 2018 1,100 complaints of this type were received and fraud reached 55.5 million euros. Last year, the scammed figure was about 30 million.The researchers claim that cryptocurrencies have fallen somewhat into disuse and that scammers are now proposing investments in other products, such as great wines, matured wiskis or even dairy cows. Paris Saint-Germain French international striker Kylian Mbappé has filed a complaint about the use of his name in a cryptocurrency scam network, which is being investigated by French police.As published on Tuesday by the newspaper ‘L’Équipe’, the player denounced the use of his name and image without his permission in various advertising campaigns on the networks to incite participation in programs to acquire virtual currencies, such as bitcoin. Mbappé, 21, In these campaigns, he recommended these “miraculous” investments that “allow anyone to become a millionaire in just three or four months.”For this, they invented interviews with the striker in various media in which he assured that this opportunity had to be seized before the traditional banks permanently eliminated them.