FSMA warns against bogus cryptocurrency investment platformsThursday, 22 February 2018 19:26
The Authority called on would-be investors to exercise greater caution and check the seriousness of the platforms.
FEMA said many crypto-currency trading platforms promise guaranteed yields or protection for the investor’s entire capital, but that such promises in the crypto-currency sector are illusory.
FSMA also said it keeps a list of trading platforms about which it has received complaints.
The Brussels Times
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