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  1. An illustration photo shows a Bitcoin (virtual currency) hardware wallet and a coin are seen in an

    UK watchdog says currency and crypto scams hit £27 million

    Scams in Britain involving currencies and crypto assets like bitcoin totalled £27 million in the last financial year, with average losses of ...
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    Commentary: How are investors still falling for cryptocurrency scams?

    One scam cryptocurrency founder defrauded investors billions by convincing others that their nonexistent cryptocurrency was real, Nir Kshetri at ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Representation of the Ethereum virtual currency standing on the PC motherboard are seen

    No.2 cryptocurrency Ethereum faces software 'fork'; lower supply seen

    Ethereum, the world's second biggest cryptocurrency, was set on Thursday for major software upgrades that traders and analysts predicted would ...
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    Banking whistleblower's next crusade: a clean cryptocurrency

  5. Representations of the Ripple, Bitcoin, Etherum and Litecoin virtual currencies are seen on motherb

    Millions in cryptocurrencies frozen after Canadian founder's death

    About CUS$180 million (US$137.21 million) in cryptocurrencies have been frozen in the user accounts of Canadian digital platform Quadriga after ...
  6. A small toy figure is seen on representations of the Bitcoin virtual currency in this illustration

    Cryptocurrency thefts, scams hit US$1.7 billion in 2018: report

    Cryptocurrencies stolen from exchanges and scammed from investors surged more than 400 percent in 2018 to around US$1.7 billion, according to a ...
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    Cryptocurrency firm Robinhood wins New York trading license