The financial regulatory watchdog of the United States – Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has come out with an innovative approach towards educating investors and making them aware of ways to prevent falling in the trap of fraudulent ICO schemes. 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

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