Crypto 'Academy' Closed After Probe Into False Assurances

By Joel Poultney · May 15, 2024, 5:29 PM BST

A cryptocurrency firm that "recklessly" persuaded customers to put money into investment plans has been wound up after the government's insolvency agency found that the company had given false assurances and...

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