The Week in Crypto: Elon Musk, Red Flags & More
Elon Musk continued to boost Dogecoin on social media even as one investor sued him for $258 billion, accusing him of masterminding a pyramid scheme to support the cryptocurrency.
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Elsewhere, we looked at red flags to look for when investing in cryptocurrency, as well as some crypto purchase that burned investors and five long-term currencies to consider.
- Elon Musk Tweets Support for Dogecoin After Being Named in $258 Billion Pyramid Scheme Suit
- LinkedIn Crypto Fraud: As FBI Deems It ‘Significant Threat,’ What Should You Watch Out For?
- Coinbase Rival Binance Sets Up Price War With Zero-Fee Bitcoin Trading
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- How To Tell Whether a Cryptocurrency Is Legitimate