Malta “Bitcoin Revolution Scams” Warning

The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA), the Maltese financial regulator, has issued a warning in a letter about a global fraud fraud known as Bitcoin Revolution.

According to this, the cryptographic fraud, which is subject to suspicion, is trying to encourage bribery in the face of the typical money. It is said that it is operated through various websites mainly on the specific site (

These scam organizations are trying to spread agriculture by showing ads on an unspecified social media platform. If you redirect the user here, you will see a page promoting that a number of famous national celebrities have hit the cryptographic investment. This redirection is done without user consent.

MFSA said that there has never been an organization that has approved its activities in accordance with the VFFA, the Code of Covenant Financial Assets Act of July last year. BitCoin Revolution added that it is not registered in Malta, nor is it licensed to provide financial services or investment services in Malta.

MFSA urged investors worldwide to pay close attention to specific financial services providers before putting their investments into practice, as well as listing nationally recognized institutions and organizations.

The Bitcoin Revolution scam was discovered in Malta on January 10 (local time). First, it was discovered through a website called Major News that two local TV program presidents appeared in less than three minutes and introduced a deposit of € 250 to € 483. For more information, please click here .



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