Fraud on the Crypto Market
Investors now routinely turn to crypto asset trading for portfolio appreciation and diversification, but significant investor protection concerns loom. Between 2017 and 2019, thousands of crypto assets were offered to the public and others through initial coin offerings. Many of those offerings were legitimate, and the crypto assets they facilitated continue to support applications and actively trade on crypto exchanges. But many other crypto asset initial offerings were riddled with fraud, with crypto asset sponsors and others misrepresenting to investors key aspects of the offering.
Now, as crypto asset investing has evolved to include widescale secondary trading of crypto assets … Read more