Sunacrip and Venezuelan Intelligence Police Issue Warning on Cryptocurrency S...

Sunacrip and Venezuelan Intelligence Police Issue Warning on Cryptocurrency S...

Sunacrip, the Venezuelan cryptocurrency watchdog, and the Intelligence Police (CICPC) issued a warning for the general population about cryptocurrency scams. The institutions gave a series of recommendations to avoid being scammed by cryptocurrency Ponzi schemes involving the national cryptocurrency, petro (PTR), advising users to always keep their accounts’ passwords secure. This is the government’s answer to a series of crypto scams that have been happening in the country in the last few days. Venezuelan Regulator and Intelligence Police Warn Users The....


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