Adviser launches petition to stop UK cryptocurrency transactions

To prevent scams

Sophie King
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Neil Liversidge: "Cryptos are a con in the truest sense of the term. I’m out to crash cryptos and cripple criminals."
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Neil Liversidge: "Cryptos are a con in the truest sense of the term. I’m out to crash cryptos and cripple criminals."

West Riding Personal Financial Solutions managing director and IFA Neil Liversidge has launched a petition to try and end the transaction of cryptocurrency in the UK.

Liversidge (pictured), whose own firm now requires a guarantee from every fund manager to say they will not purchase cryptos, told Professional Adviser he has helped several clients who fell victim to...

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