The costume may have been a way to promote cryptocurrency to a global audience — likely with the involvement of El Salvador’s president, Nayib Bukele.
Jim Cramer of CNBC urges investors to sell their cryptocurrency as soon as possible because it’s just “one big hustle.”
The suit alleges that Gemini offered high-interest rates of up to 7.4% to customers for lending them crypto assets without registering them as securities in accordance with US laws.
Evidence is piling up that the NFT market has attracted several bad actors willing to do almost anything to make a quick buck.
Following the Wall Street trend of using bots, NPR’s Planet Money built its own stock-picking method in 2017 that invested money based on Trump’s tweets.