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Singapore warns of fradulent website soliciting bitcoin investments


MAS highlighted that the site asks readers to sign up for a Bitcoin account and requests for credit card or bank account details.  Members of the public should exercise extreme caution and avoid providing any financial or personal information on the forms linked from the website, advised the Authority.

MAS highlighted that the site asks readers to sign up for a Bitcoin account and requests for credit card or bank account details. Members of the public should exercise extreme caution and avoid providing any financial or personal information on the forms linked from the website, advised the Authority.

SINGAPORE: Singapore warned members of the public on Wednesday of a fraudulent website soliciting investments in Bitcoins using fabricated comments attributed to Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Chairman, Tharman Shanmugaratnam.

Tharman is also the Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore.

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