How to Avoid ICO Scams

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It’s hard to browse the Internet these days without running into one of the ever-present ICO scams.

Sellers say they are introducing a new cryptocurrency, usually compare it to Bitcoin or Ethereum, and proceed to lure “investors” who want to get in on a ground-floor opportunity and possibly make a financial killing in a short amount of time.

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You’re Not Tardy for the Bitcoin Party

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When Bitcoin reached and exceeded $10,000 dollars per coin, you may have been wondering if you missed your chance to buy it and make money with it.

Well, if you bought it last week when it was pushing up against $10,000, you could have made a profit. Today one coin is worth $16,090.

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What Wikipedia Can’t Tell You About Bitcoin Futures

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Can’t Handle Bitcoin Price Volatility? Try This Instead

Sometime in the fourth quarter of 2017, the super-powerful Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) will introduce futures contracts on the popular cyber-currency Bitcoin (BTC), marking a day that will be, for nerdy financial types everywhere, what Woodstock was for the 1960s Counterculture movement.

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