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Meet the crypto trader who says he bought a Tesla with ‘pump and dump’ profits but claims the scams aren’t bad: ‘It’s a game’





Black Hat USA 2013 attendees pass under a projected Black Hat logo during the hacker convention at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada July 31, 2013.

  • BI has reported on the prevalence of “pump and dump” scams in cryptocurrency markets.
  • A person claiming to organise these scams got in touch with BI after our first report.
  • He argues that manipulation is “everywhere” and say it’s “a game.”
  • He claims to have made “hundreds of thousands” trading and claims groups on the deep web organise even more sophisticated market manipulations.

LONDON — Meet Nico, a techie from Belgium who spends his days trading.

Nico — the name he gave Business Insider — used to plays the stock market but has increasingly favoured cryptocurrency markets in recent years.

Why? Opportunities to make easy read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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