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Texas State Securities Board Releases "Crypto Report," 32 Companies Under Scrutiny | coin❖trellis

Texas State Securities Board Releases “Crypto Report,” 32 Companies Under Scrutiny

In a sign of the times, crypto-related scams have surpassed those involving oil, gas, and real estate in recent months as the most popular means by which fraudsters are attempting to take money from Texas investors, according to a cryptocurrency report authored by Joe Rotunda and his agency the Texas State Securities Board (TSSB). Companies mentioned in the report include the infamous Bitconnect, as well as others reported on by NewsBTC in the past, like DavorCoin and LeadInvest.

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