Elizabeth Warren Schemes to Take Down Trump in the 2020 Presidential Election, Does She Even Stand a Chance?

After much speculation, Senator Elizabeth Warren officially launched her 2020 presidential campaign on Saturday, where she vowed to challenge the super wealthy and fellow Democrats who served as their power brokers. The decision to run marks a significant departure for Warren, who less than two years ago told her constituents in Massachusetts that she doesn’t want to become president. ELIZABETH WARREN HAS ‘CHANGE OF HEART’ Standing before a crowd in Everett Mills, Massachusetts on Saturday, Warren declared her intent to win the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination for the 2020 election. In a 44-minute speech, Warren outed corporations and the super wealthy

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Scam Round-Up: Asian Investment Schemes and Snail Mail Extortion (news.bitcoin.com)

Unfortunately, as with any industry, scams of all shapes and sizes persist within the cryptocurrency sector. This past week has seen a Filipino couple arrested after amassing over $ 17 million USD through a bitcoin investment scam, and protests held outside the office of a Vietnamese company that swindled $ 660 through two multi-level marketing (MLM) initial coin offerings (ICOs). It appears that cryptocurrency scams are still being peddled via analog communications – with phone and

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South Korean Exchange Paying Users to Report Illegal Crypto Schemes (news.bitcoin.com)

The Kakao-backed cryptocurrency exchange Upbit has launched a system to reward users for identifying fraudulent multi-level schemes related to cryptocurrencies. The exchange has already identified and reported 20 such schemes to the police.
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China bans crypto-currency fundraising schemes (theregister.co.uk)

Bitcoin, Ethereum values dip after ‘Initial Coin Offerings’ ruled dangerously disruptive
Digital currencies Bitcoin and Ethereum have slipped after the Chinese government banned Initial Coin Offerings, a tool that sees equities offerings bid in cryptocurrencies instead of fiat currencies, a share funding mechanism.

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SEC Warns of ICO Schemes After Suspending 4 Firms (news.bitcoin.com)

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued a warning about companies making Initial Coin Offering (ICO) claims. It warns of schemes including pump-and-dump and market manipulation as well as points out how companies may use ICOs to boost their stock prices. The warning follows the trading suspension of four companies’ shares by the Commission.
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