A Non-Fungible Token (NFT) influencer, dubbed “NFT God” on Twitter, lost all his digital assets in a January 14th hack. One of his nearly 90,000 of his Twitter followers bought his stolen NFT God’s Mutant Ape Yacht Club NFT and offered to return it. At cost — over $25,000. Earlier in the day, his NFT god, whose real name is Alex, downloaded the video streaming service OBS. However, he used his Google-sponsored link containing malware-infected software. Cybersecurity expert John Hammond warned people against his fake OBS software two weeks ago. A few hours later, a follower alerted his Alex that his Twitter account had been hijacked. Within minutes, Alex regained control of his Twitter account and deleted a fraudulent tweet posted by the hacker. A few hours later, Alex realized that his Twitter hack was just the beginning of a series of attacks. All of his wallets had been depleted of valuable cryptocurrencies and his NFTs, which Alex described as “life-changing sums.” A few hours later, Alex realizes that hackers also control his Gmail, Discord, and Substack. The attacker also sent two of his emails containing phishing links to 16,000 subscribers.