In 2017, at the hight of the ICO boom, several celebrities – with little to no cryptocurrency experience – were recruited by blockchain startups to promote their token sales. While this helped to boost fundraising efforts, as it gave projects more attention that they would have otherwise gotten, it also creates concern that unknowing investors were being roped into investments…The post %%POSTLINK%% appeared first on %%BLOGLINK%%.

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