FCA's 52 crypto investigations 'tip of the iceberg' - law firm

Only the beginning

Sophie King
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RPC said The FCA has been receiving an increasing number of calls to its consumer helpline about cryptocurrencies – receiving a total of 343 calls in October, almost twice the 176 calls it received six months earlier in April.
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RPC said The FCA has been receiving an increasing number of calls to its consumer helpline about cryptocurrencies – receiving a total of 343 calls in October, almost twice the 176 calls it received six months earlier in April.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) opened 52 investigations into cryptocurrency businesses in the last year, according to City-law firm RPC.

According to a Freedom of Information request submitted by the law firm, the FCA had been receiving an increasing number of calls to its consumer helpline about cryptocurrencies - receiving a total of...

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