The SEC posted a dummy website that offers a similar presentation to many ICO offerings in order to bring awareness to the scams and poor investments on the market.

The only problem is that the website mocks many real ICO’s with the substance that offers real investment opportunity and utility. This because the fraudulent websites mimic the real ones and now the SEC is mocking them all.
Despite their good intentions, this may not have been the greatest idea to have ever been thought up, however, the mock-up is not without its

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