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A new bitcoin scam has emerged using the false likeness of British Royals Harry and Meghan Markle to dupe potential investors. According to a report by British outlet The Mirror, scam artists are using a fraudulent BBC story featuring the likeness of Prince Harry and Megan Markle to drive investment into their crypto scheme. The fraud ad alleges the royal couple appeared on a television show.

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Originally named OpenCoin Inc, Ripple Labs is the San Francisco-based company behind the XRP ledger and Ripple payments.

28/11/2017  · The speculation comes as Bitcoin’s astonishing rise in valuation is prompting new warnings of an asset bubble. Bitcoin’s value has surged more than tenfold this year and has jumped by 20% in.

The FCA found off-shore firms were enticing UK clients into large investments through the use of unauthorised social media celebrity endorsements.

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