The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has become the latest regulatory body to issue a warning about cryptocurrency-related products, cautioning investors about the risks associated with cryptocurrency contracts for difference(CFDs).
Cryptocurrency CFDs, according to the FCA, are "increasingly being marketed to consumers" and "are extremely high-risk, speculative products". They allow investors to speculate on a change in price...
Raised over £167,000
Luxembourg to become head office for EU business
Net issuance reached $473bn in 2017
As a result of changing environment
Created following FCA probe