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It is known that on the internet we can see multiple scams referring to cryptocurrencies, such as ICOs or signal programs for traders. For this reason, the signature of the well-known platform called CipherTrace has taken the liberty of announcing the “Defenders League” program by playing the role of an antibiotic for this problem that is becoming more and more frequent on the internet.

This program consists of providing a preparation and cryptographic tools to investigate and learn more scams related to cryptocurrencies. It is for this reason that CipherTrace has announced partnerships with the Middlebury Institute in London and the Blockchain Acceleration Foundation (BAF).

According to CipherTrace The cost of robberies, scams and fraud had already reached more than $ 4 billion by the end of the third quarter of 2019, emphasizing the urgent need for adequate solutions to be brought to the market to combat cryptocrime and protect individual investors . Jefferies said:
"Together, the collaborating entities will train students with training and tools to investigate cases of scam and fraud related to cryptography, helping to make the crypto economy safer for everyone."

However, it is known that there are measures to protect against scams, nowadays it is very easy even for a scammer to get into our accounts and steal them, simply by clicking on where they shouldn't be.

What do you think of this measure to prevent scams with cryptocurrencies?

 Have you ever been scammed with cryptocurrencies, how was it?

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