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Crypto currency and fraud

Crypto currency and fraud

2017 was the year of blockchain, Bitcoin and other crypto currencies. But in addition to the many possibilities of this technology, there are also risks involved. A five-part series about how fraud is done with crypto currencies.

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2017 was the year of the Bitcoin, Blockchain and the year that everyone could make a fortune by investing in crypto currencies. 'Experts' had high expectations and price increases of thousands of euros per day were no exception. Crypto currencies also have a downside, though: they lend themselves perfectly to all kinds of fraud. This five-part series highlights the various forms of crypto currency related fraud, including shady exchange offices, market manipulation, money laundering, crypto currency as a means of payment for criminal activities and Initial Coin Offering (ICO).

Blog series - Fraud with cryptocurrencies

Below are the five-part series, with a new blog every week.

Below the five-part series, with a new blog every week.
Below the five-part series, with a new blog every week.
Below the five-part series, with a new blog every week.

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