CFPB Warns on BitcoinMark Melin
A consumer protection agency has issued an advisory warning on Bitcoin, re-enforcing negative stereotypes, and indicates it may intervene to support consumers with fraud complaints.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a government agency designed to protect consumers from financial fraud, issued an advisory warning on the “digital currency,” which many have also referred to as a payment transfer methodology.
CFPB refers to Bitcoin as . . .
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