Blockchain 

TRON’s CEO Debunks Association with Billion Dollar Ponzi Scheme Scam

While responding to an allegation that Tronfoundation and BitTorrent are involved in a billion-dollar Ponzi-scheme scam that defrauded thousands of investors in China, Justin Sun, TRON’s CEO, says both companies are “fine.” According to the CEO, preparations were being made to launch BitTorrentSpeed on July 8, so people should stop publicizing fake news and pictures. .@Tronfoundation and @BitTorrent is fine. Everything is fine. We are preparing for #BitTorrentSpeed launch today. Stop spreading fake news and pictures. — Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) July 8, 2019 Justin Sun Says Tronfoundation and BitTorrent are…

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Blockchain 

NYPD Warns of New Bitcoin Scam

When something becomes mainstream, we have to expect that some people will abuse it in some shape or form. In the case of cryptocurrency, we have seen several crypto scams surface over the past two years. The latest is a Bitcoin scam, announced this week by the NYPD. Here’s what we know. Everything We Know About the Latest Bitcoin Scam On Tuesday, April 30, the NYPD warned the masses of an ongoing Bitcoin scam, in which callers are impersonating government officials and requesting payments in Bitcoin. According to the report,…

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Cryptocurrency 

Fake Bakkt Website Emerges but Fails to Scam Crypto Investors

A new Bitcoin (BTC) scam website has emerged. Back in 2017, when the cryptocurrency market hit mainstream news, scam sites began blowing up. Since everyone was so desperate to get their hands on digital currency or invest in a project that could give them 10X the return, the scammers often won. Now, cryptocurrency investors are much more cautious, and this new fake Bakkt website was easily identified. Fake Bakkt Website Caught In August of 2018, the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) announced Bakkt would be launched in late-January 2019. ICE currently operates…

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Cryptocurrency 

Bitcoin Revolution Scam | Malta Warns of “Get-Rich-Quick” Scam

An alleged global scamming scheme called ‘Bitcoin Revolution’ is doing the rounds and traders are being warned not to fall for it. The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) issued a warning against it today via an official document. Bitcoin Revolution The alleged crypto scam likens to a typical get-rich-quick scheme and operates through several websites, though only one has been officially named: the-bitcoinrevolution.org. The scheme has been advertised on social media platforms and has used the images of prominent local personalities claiming they have become rich from the crypto investments. Unregistered According…

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