Crypto industry must keep scammers from stealing another $16 billion
Unsuspecting investors have lost $16 billion by buying into crypto projects they thought would be the next best thing. And that money is nearly impossible to recover. As the crypto industry established itself as a disruptor of currency and technology and as (BTC) began to gain traction in 2017, scammers took advantage of naïve investors interested in getting involved.
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Transparency and disclosure
Better IR practices
Education and awareness
Lihan Hyunwoo Lee is a serial entrepreneur and technologist who solves real-world problems with a data-oriented approach. He previously founded OpenSurvey, Korea’s largest mobile survey startup. He was also a co-founder of a leading food and beverages startup that deals with sensitive medical data. His current passion is using data analytics to help solve the transparency issue that plagues the crypto industry.
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