LoopX, a cryptocurrency startup that raised millions of dollars through several initial coin offerings (ICOs), has disappeared with the funds in what appears to be the latest exit scam. LoopX, which promised “the most advanced trading-algorithm in the cryptocurrency market,” has suddenly vanished, shutting down its website and deleting its social media fingerprint. According to […]
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