December 31, 2021 In ​​, -anyos

UAE Imposes Five-Year Jail Term and Up to $272,000 in Fines for Crypto Scam Artists

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has introduced a new law that would impose a five-year jail term and up to $272,000 for perpetrators of crypto scams. The development follows the much-covered DubaiCoin scam, which purported itself as the country’s official cryptocurrency. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has implemented a new cybercrime law that would impose…

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December 31, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

Ethereum Project Airdrops Scam Token, Then Pulls the Rug

Ethereum users got another end-of-year airdrop earlier today, but it turns out it was a rug pull. Key Takeaways An analytics webiste called EtherWrapped launched an airdrop for active Ethereum users earlier today. The team used the airdrop as bait to lure traders into buying its token, and later sold off its share. YEAR has…

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December 31, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

2021 year in review: Bitcoin comes of age in Africa

All across the world, digital currencies saw a spike in adoption and usage, and Africa was no different. The continent has held on to its position as the world’s fastest growing digital currency market, with countries like Kenya and Nigeria seeing some of the highest peer-to-peer trading volumes in the world. Bitcoin SV continued to…

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December 31, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

Teacher loses RM216,000 in Macau scam

TELUK INTAN: A primary school teacher was conned of RM216,000 by a Macau scam syndicate. Hilir Perak Police chief ACP Ahmad Adnan Basri said the 48-year-old victim claimed she was contacted by a man who was allegedly a representative of an insurance company on Nov 10, to investigate an accident insurance claim under her name.…

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December 31, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

Retired civil servant loses RM1.63 million in Macau scam

Updated 5 hours ago · Published on 31 Dec 2021 8:32PM · Sibu police say a retired civil servant has lost more than RM1.63 million of her savings after falling victim to a Macau scam syndicate. – EPA pic, December 31, 2021. A RETIRED civil servant in Sibu lost more than RM1.63 million of her savings after falling victim to a Macau scam syndicate. Acting Sibu district police…

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