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