CRYPTO INSIDER: The SEC made a parody cryptocurrency
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The Securities and Exchange Commission launched its on cryptocurrency called HowieCoins. At least, partly it did. The regulator created a satirical crypto website in order to warn investors about red flags of potential frauds. Here's what you need to know about the gag and its historically significant name.
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