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EFCC send a warning to Nigerians against dealing in Bitcoin and Forex Trading




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The Economic and Finacial Crime Commission (EFCC) has warned Nigerians against bitcoin, forex trading and other investments with unmitigated risk.

Nigeria has the second-largest Bitcoin market in the world with over $500million worth of Bitcoin traded over the last five years.

According to the LEADERSHIP news, the EFCC said it is alarmed at the rate Nigerians send petitions to the commission on fraudulent investments that promise a high return with little risk to investors.

According to the anti-graft agency, the trend indicates that investment scams that promise returns that look too good to be true keep thriving despite the enforcement and public enlightenment interventions by the commission and other stakeholders.

EFCC spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren, who stated the commission's position said Nigerians are compounding the nation's economic woes by losing money to Ponzi schemes, forex trading and most recently bitcoin trading.

He said,

Though risk-taking is considered by some as the oxygen that drives investment decisions, the commission wishes to warn the public aganist taking unmitigated risk in desperation to earn a windfall.

"Investment in Bitcoin, for instance, is a high-risk activity as the terrain is largely unregulated and prone to fraud."

Warning against illicit bitcoin transactions, the commission stated: " The EFCC wishes to state that, while it will continue to investigate and prosecute persons complicit in fraudulent investment schemes, it is incumbent on the investing public to be circumspect in their investment decision.

"Any investment that promises returns that look too good to be true should be considered a red flag.

"Nigerians are by this notice warned to be wary of fraudulent schemes and are hereby enjoined to resist the temptation of quick gain that could end in misery. Those who ignore this advisory, do so at their own risks."

The Nigerian monetary authorities had earlier this year expressed reservations about the use of cryptocurrencies, saying they are issued by unregulated and unlicensed entities and as such, their use in Nigeria contravened existing law as they are not legal tender.

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) also earlier this year written to banks and other financial institutions, stating that dealing in cryptocurrencies and facilitating payment for cryptocurrency exchanges are prohibited.

But in a swift reaction, the CBN issued a statement explaining its earlier directive and providing reasons for its prohibition of cryptocurrency transactions by banks and other financial institutions after the outcry of Nigerians against the CBN's policy.



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