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A scam is an attempt by a person or a business to defraud people by taking advantage of their trust. There are a lot of scams on the cryptocurrency market, due to the fact that it's mostly unregulated by the government.
Cyber Security expert John McAfee firmly believes Russia wasn’t involved in the Democratic National Committee (DNC) hack.
Arcade City’s leadership has rebranded into a separate entity, something its founder is not happy with.
Cryptography Development Initiative in Nigeria (CDIN) has created a platform, “Nigeria Blockchain Alliance” (NBA) to fight against Cryptocurrency related crimes.
Is the Bitcoin community going to see more woes for pyramid schemes such as Onecoin in 2017? Italian government acts against Onecoin.
Rural Tasmania has become the unlikely target of a porn scam, defrauding residents by making them pay for normally free antivirus software using Bitcoin.
Ignorance and greed have been described as the fuel that has powered the engine of most scams and financial malpractices that ever existed.
MMM Global hurts Bitcoin business in Africa, Bitpesa Bitcoin exchange warns its users on the need to be cautious.
Roger Ver, another prominent member of the cryptocurrency community, has added his voice to the widespread allegation against OneCoin as a scam.
Apple’s inability to filter scam-like apps is creating a poor ecosystem for Bitcoin users.
OneCoin claimed it has switched on to its new Blockchain. Tim Tayshun, CEO of Ezcoin, gives his view on how OneCoin operates and why he thinks it’s a deception.
Monero appears to have lost its darknet market integrations, and very well may have fallen victim to an exit scam.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority issued a warning against OneCoin.
Wells Fargo scam was possible due to non-transparent data management. Could implementation of the Blockchain have helped?
The Swedish Bitcoin Foundation released an official statement regarding OneCoin, a cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme that has been around since early 2015.
The Los Angeles City Attorney and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau fined Wells Fargo US$185 million for creating fake bank accounts to meet sales targets. A convincing case for Bitcoin?
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