Real Bitcoin Generator Hack Tool: Does It Work?

I see a lot of people searching for free Bitcoin generator tools for earning fast bitcoin. If you search on YouTube, you will find dozens of videos showing the Bitcoin hack tools and how they made fast Bitcoins using their PC.

It’s 2024, and the current rate of 1 bitcoin is over $70,000. It is obvious that people are looking for fast, real bitcoin generator software that will generate free bitcoins.

These Bitcoin generators are also surfacing on Facebook, with dozens of fan pages about them. Normally, in order to download it, you need to complete an offer or survey that tells you to submit your personal details, including your phone number.

After completing the offer, you will be able to download the bitcoin generator hack tool (zip file) if you are lucky. Once you download it, you will then unzip it, only to find that your antivirus has flagged it as a Trojan and it has been deleted. If only your antivirus is outdated, you will be able to run this Bitcoin generator software and will be asked for the license key.

To get this license key, you will have to complete one more survey or offer. After completing the offer, you realize that it doesn’t work for you, and you are stuck on the activation key page.

If, by chance, you bypass the license key, you will see a quietly brilliant error message saying that you do not have the required software or driver to run the real bitcoin generator.

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Real Bitcoin Generator Hack tool

On a serious note, was this bitcoin hack tool real? If you thought it was, you either don’t know how bitcoins work or you have become so greedy that you are unable to believe in anything.

All this while, you are the one who got trolled, and scammers made a couple of dollars selling your personal information to offer sites.

Are there any legit Bitcoin hack tools or Bitcoin generators?

So you dream of having a fat bitcoin wallet balance. You have been working hard to invest more in bitcoins, and suddenly you come across a website that offers free bitcoins by using an online bitcoin hack tool.

You quickly click through a couple of links to download the tool, and bam! You are either required to complete a survey or send them your hard-earned dollars to get an access key for the so-called bitcoin generator hack tool to work.

This doesn’t end here; you are probably going to complete their survey or offer, and in the worst case, you will send them money in the hope of getting your bitcoin wallet to be piled up with dozens of bitcoins every day.

At last, you discover that it was all in vain. You didn’t get the software key as promised, or the software just doesn’t work. lesson learnt.

If you have been through the above scenario, you would know that it is all a scam. There is no way to increase your bitcoin balance illegally; besides, you cannot hack someone’s bitcoin wallet that way.

These online websites pretend to have found an exploit to increase the balance in your bitcoin wallet. According to them, it doesn’t matter if your computer is old; Bitcoin Adder doesn’t use a CPU or GPU to generate bitcoins; rather, it uses cryptographic logic from computer hardware to generate bitcoin block amounts and unit balances. That’s how foolishly they lure people looking for bitcoin balances.

The worst part is that they ask you to pay in the form of bitcoins. By now, you should know that if I have found the exploit, then why would I be letting other people know about it and demanding money for it? Instead, I would mine bitcoins for myself with the trick.

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Why do hackers create fake Bitcoin generator tools?

It’s simple; they are making serious money from you. They either make money by asking you to complete an offer or by actually asking you to buy their fake Bitcoin generator tool. In the worst case, some hack tools are infected with malware that affects your device and uses your resources to mine bitcoins for hackers.

Here’s how it works:

  1. They make fake bitcoin hack tools using VisualBasic that look functional, which is quite amusing.
  2. They then make videos of this hack tool, which includes forged bitcoin transactions and promote them on social networks with fake likes & comments.
  3. Innocent users click on the links in the video description to download the hack tool. To be able to get the hack tool, they are asked to complete at least one offer or survey from a list of offers.
  4. When the user completes an offer or survey, he or she gives out their personal details & contact information to the advertisers, who then sell it to other advertising companies.
  5. Now that the user’s phone number/email is sold to advertising companies, they will get spam for the rest of their lives.
  6. The creator of the bitcoin hack tool gets a stipend, usually $2 per offer or survey you complete.
  7. After completing the offer, the user is redirected to a download page, where they will download the file and unzip the archive.
  8. When they try to open the bitcoin hack tool, it either doesn’t work or asks for the license key. This requires users to again complete some offers or surveys.
  9. After doing everything, it just doesn’t work.
  10. The creator of the bitcoin generator hack tool gets some free money along with the user’s computer resources in the worst case.

To summarize everything, all these so-called bitcoin hack tools’ that promise free bitcoins with your CPU/GPU are obviously fake and you should stay away from them.

I am not saying you can’t generate bitcoins with your personal computer. Yes, you can, and there are quite a few legitimate services. But the days when you could mine bitcoins with a CPU or GPU are long gone. The difficulty has gone up so much that you need dedicated hardware, like ASIC devices, to make mining worthwhile.

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Mensholong Lepcha

Financial journalist specializing in cryptocurrencies, bitcoin scams, crypto scams, crypto investing and crypto exchanges.