Scams abound on the internet, and wherever crypto becomes more popular, crypto-based frauds follow along.
According to the Federal Trade Commission’s Consumer Sentinel, from October 2020 to March 31, 2021, approximately 7,000 people reported losses totaling more than $80 million in crypto-related frauds. Access to digital wallets, cryptocurrencies sent directly to a scammer as a result of impersonation, fraudulent investment, or business prospects – there are cryptocurrencies scams all over the world.
Scammers are constantly coming up with new ways to steal your money using cryptocurrencies.
Tycoon’s Social Trading Platform will not only make crypto trading simple and accessible to everyone, but it will also ensure your data protection, complete transparency, and anonymity to the public at the same time.
Risk Note: Trading cryptocurrencies is subject to high risks and may result in the loss of your capital. Please make sure you fully understand the risks associated with trading cryptocurrencies and only invest as much as you can afford to lose. Be clear about your investment objectives and experience, and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if necessary. It is your responsibility to determine whether you are permitted to use Tycoons’s services under the laws of your country of residence. Investments in cryptocurrencies are not protected by a Financial Services Compensation Scheme.