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Anyone know why I just received 888,888 kick tokens to my wallet? I’ve never held any before… it’s currently about $39usd. Is this some sort of trick?
its a kyc scam, to sell it you are gonna have to using their exchange and they will require kyc and they are then just gonna sell everyones info
The UK financial body, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), called cryptocurrency exchange, Bitmex, unauthorized, and advise people not to engage with firms that are not registered with the FCA. Financial watchdog released a statement in which it conveyed to stay away from scammers. Bitmex is popular in the UK for providing crypto trading services and is …
In March 2018, Steven Seagal was contracted by ICO project “Bitcoiin2Gen” (B2G) to promote the sale on his social media channels, as well as appearing as a brand ambassador in the project’s marketing materials.
While he was promised $250,000 in cash and $750,000 in B2G tokens, the Feb. 27 disclosure by the SEC maintains that he only received $157,000 from his promotional deal.The actor agreed on settled charges with the commission, promising to pay approximately $330,000 to the commission. The sum corresponds to double the amount he received from the project, plus $16,000 of prejudgement interest.
Slovakian cycling superstar Peter Sagan warns his followers about a dangerous cryptocurrency scam called Bitcoin Revolution
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