A 22-year-old cryptocurrency millionaire has lost more than 5,500 bitcoins in an alleged investment scam in Thailand.
Researchers have uncovered a large botnet that mimics legitimate accounts on Twitter to spread a cryptocurrency "giveaway" scam.
What began as a parody quickly became a coin. Soon it might – might – become its own blockchain. What is happening?
Regulators, lawyers and cryptocurrency experts discussed ways of protecting investors at the FTC's "Decrypting Cryptocurrency Scams" workshop Monday.
A new website launched by Belgian government agencies outlines different ways to avoid crypto fraud.
It's getting really strange out there on crypto Twitter, as these six notable examples amply illustrate.
No team, plagiarized white paper, McAfee pump, promises of bitcoin-like returns, brand hijacking, a fake blog. Welcome to ICO-land.
A report from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission indicates that Australians lost millions of dollars to crypto-related scams in 2017.
Another cryptocurrency project has been busted by law enforcement in China for allegedly soliciting money from investors with fraudulent claims.