Published on May 17th, 2018 | by bitcoin0
ICO to educate investors
The SEC has adopted an innovate way to educate crypto investors that how a ‘so-real-yet-so-fake’ ICO scheme looks like!
SEC, which has been combating ICO frauds over the last few months, itself released an ICO website called HoneyCoins.com.
SEC Investor Ed office launches mock ICO website: https://t.co/ZP9hyrfCsP #howeycoins #ICO
— SEC_News (@SEC_News) May 16, 2018
This website is to give gullible investors an idea as to how genuine-looking ICO schemes are running a malicious campaign at the back.
The SEC website shows an intersection between the travel and blockchain industry with several fake promises of outsized investment returns and benefits to the early backers.
— Ryan Mac (@RMac18) May 16, 2018
This fake SEC #ICO website is better than the majority of real ones out there…https://t.co/pBOKivRbvL
— Michael Thrasher (@Mike_Thrasher) May 16, 2018
the SEC just launched a pretty funny parody ICO tag urself im McWhortle https://t.co/qAz0sAlrRU pic.twitter.com/m2s3y1jf3W
— James Dennin (@JamesFDennin) May 16, 2018