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August 22, 2018, 04:30:21 PM
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https://www.coininsider.com/ftc-warns-blakckmail-scam/

These scammers are really doing their best to get more bitcoin they wanted and take advantage of the weaknesses of others. Since we are already moving into the digital world of cryptocurrency, I guess we really need to tighten security measures and watch out for our very own actions for us not to be blackmailed by these scammers. We should all be vigilant when it comes to these kinds of crimes for we don't know when they'll gonna hit us or even our loved ones.

How can we stop these scammers from spreading and taking advantage over other people's money? Is increasing the bail or no bail at all if caught scamming or hacking can decrease these such incidents? What are your thoughts about this?

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