Imagine if someone could trade cryptocurrencies and make money. Doesn’t sound bad, right? That was Saveroid’s idea and the founders raised a whopping $50 million for it. But the implementation remained utopian: the founders ran off with the money, the website and social media accounts were closed, and those who had invested were upset. Bad joke? Unlikely. Unfortunately, a huge scam across the board.
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Fraud cases like Savedroid are actually not uncommon in the world of coins and blockchains. Apparently, digital currencies are particularly suitable for scamming. Crypto expert Erica Stanford has written a fascinating book about the machinations of crypto scammers and how they manage to disappear with the money. In “Crypto Wars” she knowingly uncovers how scammers are after big bucks. Exclusive interviews and commentary from numerous key people who have been actively investigating the biggest crypto scams provide a fascinating insight into the depths of the crypto universe.
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Bizarre antics, clever exit strategies, and outrageous Ponzi schemes: Erica Stanford reveals the tricks and breaks down the intricacies, from cryptocurrency queen Ruja Ignatova to TrumpCoin and the Bitclub Network. But with her book, Stanford also introduces her readers to the revolutionary technology and opportunities of cryptocurrencies that can change our world for the better.
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