Photos: Tove Styrke brings amazing energy to Staples Center opening for Lorde

Lorde made her way back to Los Angeles as part as her Melodrama World Tour last week, where opener Tove Styrke kicked the  concert at Staples Center off with her eclectic look and dreamy electro-pop sound. 

Styrke, who is a Swedish singer/songwriter, is making her name in pop music by opening up for Lorde on this tour. In addition to opening for one of the biggest popstars in the world, she also will be making her way to Europe with Katy Perry for the European leg of her Witness tour.

Styrke took the stage with neon-green colored pants, and danced her way through her hits such as “Mistakes” and “Say My Name.” In addition to playing her own hits, she played a cover of “Liability” by Lorde, and nailed it. Check out the photos from the show above, and grab tickets to upcoming Lorde shows with Tove Styrke opening right here on AXS. 

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Comedy takes center stage as Seth MacFarlane brings ‘The Orville’ to PaleyFest

Two days in and the 35th Annual PaleyFest is proving to be out of this world. While Friday night’s festivities kicked things off with a special tribute to music icon Barbra Streisand, Saturday ushered in the comedic talents from Fox’s “The Orville.” Seth MacFarlane and team were on hand, giving fans some insight into the science fiction comedy, as it gears up for the premiere of Season 2.

Want to know what to expect? Here are some guesses on what the future of the show might bring and a look at just a few of the reasons people love, “The Orville.”

5. “The Orville” Is Its Own Entity

As Halston Sage put it, “Even though it’s reminiscent of other sci-fi shows, it’s really its own thing.” The rest of the cast was in agreement with the actress, who plays Lt. Alara Kitan, when it came to describing the essence of the series. With comparisons to “Lost in Space,” “Buck Rogers,” “Galaxy Quest” and “Star Trek,” the truth is, there is nothing else like it in existence. “Seth has put something together that really has never been done quite this way,” actor Chad L. Coleman (Klyden) pointed out. “The Orville” is a hybrid of wonderful things that highlight MacFarlane’s talent for placing complex characters in a fictional world. He makes them not only believable but relatable, which is a key ingredient to any good fantasy.

4. Who Is The Biggest Practical Joker Behind The Scenes?

It’s unanimous. Scott Grimes is the winner. Yes, the actor who plays Lt. Gordon Malloy is the one behind the scenes who keeps this crew in stitches. It would also appear that he has a partner in crime to aid in his efforts. J.Lee, who plays Lt. Cmdr. John LaMarr, serves as Grimes’ off-screen comedy counterpart. Watching the pair just before they stepped on stage to greet their fans was like witnessing a show in itself. The two played off of each other like a finely-tuned guitar. While Lee complemented Grimes, Grimes complemented Lee, and they both literally ran circles around each other which had everyone bursting out into fits of laughter. “We both try to bring that energy every day to set,” Lee says. If that’s the case, keep those cameras rolling.

3. Music Plays A Big Part In The Show

“The Orville” has a hidden (or not so hidden) secret. Music is a fundamental part of the show. Everyone knows MacFarlane is the musical genius that he is (click here to check out his latest album In Full Swing) but he’s not the only one who possesses that talent. Scott Grimes and J.Lee not only carried the comedy at PaleyFest, they also showed they know how to carry a tune. After bursting out into an impromptu musical number mid-interview, Grimes tells AXS, they actually do that all day long. On J. Lee’s claim that he knows every song ever, Grimes will just start singing, and Lee will step in to match the lyrics – even if those lyrics are made up at the moment.

Sage adds yet another musical element to the mix as a former star of the TV series “How to Rock.” She says that Grimes and MacFarlane are both so knowledgeable when it comes to music, on-set they’ll play a snippet of a song and get each other to guess what it is. So, is it possible to see a musical episode of “The Orville” happening? Both Grimes and Lee agree there will surely be some version of that in the future. Grimes’ guess is that it would play out “Les Mis or Opera style.”  “It doesn’t have to rhyme either,” he added. “But it would be great if it did.”

2. Women Rule The Universe On “The Orville”

Seth MacFarlane has done something fantastic with “The Orville,” by creating female characters who embody some pretty powerful traits. Penny Johnson Jerald revealed that her favorite part about playing Dr. Claire Finn is that she gets to portray a “real” woman. “I love that she’s not intimidated and she’s a leader,” Jerald expressed. Adrianne Palicki echoes that sentiment. She says that it’s her character’s strength she identifies with most. Starring as MacFarlane’s ex-wife on the show, the actress explained how playing Cmdr. Kelly Grayson is all about finding that balance between being a female and still being strong. With MacFarlane at the helm, it’s thrilling to imagine what the future holds for this group.

1. Where Does Seth And His Team Get Their Ideas?

While MacFarlane jokes that it’s the oldest question in the book, he says, “You can’t look for an idea. It just kind of comes when it comes.” As he has proven with other shows in the past, it all boils down to developing strong characters. “The conversation that you have outside of the office or in the writers’ room is really about talking, and just trying to figure out where something catches fire,” he added. Like his other work, it’s obvious there is no fear when it comes to tackling issues and spinning it with comedy. “You can go all the way back to ‘The Twilight Zone,’ and there was nothing they wouldn’t talk about in their own way,” MacFarlane says. “I think the second you start closing off issues, certainly issues that are of the moment, with regard to your storytelling, then you’re not doing your job.”

Thankfully, for the rest of us, Seth MacFarlane and his crew continue to do their jobs, both on and off the ship. Certainly, Season 2 of “The Orville” will bring plenty of laughter and more opportunities to show us how we can always strive to do better.

You can check out the Paley Center App and visit the website for PaleyFest tickets, as well as photos and video clips. The Paley Center will also live-stream select conversations through their official Facebook page. Join the conversation on Twitter with #PaleyFest.

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Erdogan: Syria’s Afrin city center ‘entirely under control,’ Kurds ‘fled’ (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)

The pro-Turkish forces entered the city before dawn and faced no resistance from Kurdish fighters, who had already withdrawn, according to reports. Erdogan said in a televised speech this morning that all measures would be taken to protect Afrin’s residents. He praised the “heroic” actions of the armies, Turkey’s NTV reports.

Erdogan said that Turkey and its allies have not invaded Afrin, but rather “saved” the city from the “oppression” of terrorists. “This operation has shown the whole world that Turkey sides with the oppressed,” he said, as cited by Rudaw.

The Turkish Army released a number of videos and photos reportedly from inside Afrin. The footage shows tanks rolling down the street, as soldiers wave Turkish and FSA flags.

Erdogan said that Turkey and its allies have not invaded Afrin, but rather “saved” the city from the “oppression” of terrorists. “This operation has shown the whole world that Turkey sides with the oppressed,” he added.

During his announcement, Erdogan made reference to past Ottoman military triumphs, comparing the Afrin operation to the Turkish defense of Gallipoli during World War I. “We are fighting the same way we did in Canakkale,” he said, using the Turkish name for the historic battle. “They thought that Turkey is not as strong as it was in Canakkale.” Coincidentally, March 18 marks the start of the ill-fated Allied assault on the Dardanelles in 1915.

Kurdish officials deny that they have abandoned Afrin, however. Hediye Yusuf, a founding member of the self-declared Democratic Federal System of Northern Syria, said that Kurdish fighters left the city as part of an effort to safely evacuate civilians from what he termed a “massacre” by pro-Turkish forces. According to Rudaw, Mustafa Bali, a former spokesperson for the SDF, said that “the resistance in Afrin is entering a new phase and will continue.”

Turkish Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli praised Turkey’s “hero” army. Writing on Twitter, Canikli said that Turkish forces in Syria guarantee “peace, security and peace” for Turkey and the region.

The Turkish operation was conducted in coordination with the Free Syrian Army (FSA). FSA fighters encountered improvised explosive devices (IEDs) as they entered the city, Turkish state media Anadolu Agency reported.

Anadolu has released video and photographs allegedly showing a large munitions depot that has been seized by pro-Turkish forces in the city. 

On January 20, Turkey launched a cross-border offensive into Syria, with the aim to dislodge Kurdish “terrorists” from Afrin. The assault, codenamed Operation Olive Branch, has strained relations between Ankara and Washington. The Kurdish YPG are key US allies in the fight against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS), but Ankara views them as an offshoot of the terrorist-designated Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).

Kurdish forces claimed earlier this week that Turkey’s bombardment of the city had forced 10,000 civilians to flee their homes over the course of two days. On Thursday, Turkey dismissed a non-binding resolution approved by the European Parliament that called for a halt to Ankara’s military offensive in northern Syria, saying it demonstrated “clear support” for militants.

Photos purporting to show FSA fighters tearing down a statue of a blacksmith named Kawa, a central figure in a Kurdish legend, have angered Kurdish forces. A statement on a Whatsapp group run by the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces described it as the “first blatant violation of Kurdish people’s culture and history since the takeover of Afrin,” Reuters reports.

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Shooter had sought healing from California vets center

When Albert Wong returned from an Army deployment in Afghanistan in 2013, he knew it had affected him. He had trouble adjusting to regular life, couldn’t sleep at night and was hyper-vigilant about his surroundings.

But when he found a treatment program for veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars who suffer from post-traumatic stress or traumatic brain injuries, he saw it as a way to get help and readjust to civilian life, said Cissy Sherr, who was his legal guardian and raised him for several years as a child. Until he was recently expelled.

On Friday, police said Wong slipped into a going-away party at the program, The Pathway Home, and took three employees hostage. After an hours-long standoff, Wong and the three female workers, one of whom was pregnant, were all found dead.

As a child, Wong had always dreamed of joining the Army, said Sherr, who began caring for him when he was 6 after his father died and his mother developed medical issues.

“He had a lot of role models in the Army,” Sherr said Saturday in an interview with The Associated Press. “He was patriotic and he wanted to do that forever.”

Sherr and her husband raised Wong for several years, enrolled him in Catholic school and signed him up for baseball, basketball and track teams. Together, they traveled to Florida, Hawaii and Boston, where he experienced snow for the first time.

“He was a pretty happy-go-lucky kid,” Sherr said. “He always had a smile on his face.”

When Wong became a teenager and Sherr and her husband worked full-time, they decided to put him in foster care. He stayed with a foster father in San Francisco who had other teenage boys and he attended high school near San Francisco.

An older adopted brother, Tyrone Lampkin, recalled playing hockey and going fishing with Wong when they were kids. They also got into fights. Wong’s outbursts at times forced him to live elsewhere for stints, including the time as a teenager he pushed another brother down the stairs, breaking his leg, Lampkin told the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat in a story published Sunday.

Wong served in the Army Reserve from 1998 until 2002, enlisted for active duty in May 2010 and was deployed to Afghanistan in April 2011, according to military records.

He was a decorated soldier and was awarded the Expert Marksmanship Badge. But that also meant Wong was tasked with dangerous assignments, where he saw “really horrible things” that affected his mental well-being, Sherr said. He sometimes called her before he’d go on a mission, when Army officials told the soldiers to call their families.

“I had the impression he was kind of put in harm’s way, knowing that he didn’t have a family,” she said. “He didn’t seem the least bit resentful.”

Sherr said after Wong was honorably discharged from the Army in 2013, he planned to enroll in school and earn a degree in computer programming and business.

“He loved computers and he liked music. He was thoughtful and independent,” Sherr said. “He didn’t have a traditional upbringing but still he became a fine young man.”

Wong, who had a passion for working out at the gym, would often bring his ailing mother her favorite foods and spent a lot of time with her before she died last year, Sherr said.

But post-traumatic stress affected his ability to adjust to everyday life, Sherr said. He had trouble sleeping and was always wary of his surroundings.

“I think he realized that it started to catch up with him,” she said. “A couple of years ago, he told us if a door opens unexpectedly, I ask, ‘What is that?'”

Lampkin said Wong was never the same after getting out of the military, often becoming fixated on petty grievances such as people owing him money or not pulling their weight.

Wong told Sherr he had found a program at the veterans home in Yountville, California, and had met people who helped him enroll in a treatment program. He was also receiving assistance at a veterans hospital in San Francisco, she said.

He told Sherr: “I think I’m going to get a lot of help from this program,” she said, seeing the program as a possible path to recovery with other veterans in a similar position.

Officials have declined to provide additional information about why Wong was thrown out of the group.

But they say the former Army rifleman went to the center about 50 miles (85 kilometers) north of San Francisco Friday morning before exchanging gunfire with police and holding the women hostage in a room inside the center.

Lampkin said Wong confided to another brother that he was angry at the veterans’ program staff after he’d been dismissed from The Pathway Home.

“Albert was a good person, he really was a good person,” said Lampkin, who kept in touch with Wong by phone but hadn’t seen him for years. “I heard he stopped taking his meds and started drinking a lot … He never told me, he never told me.”

The victims were identified as Executive Director Christine Loeber, 48; Clinical Director Jennifer Golick, 42; and Jennifer Gonzales Shushereba, 32, a clinical psychologist with the San Francisco Department of Veterans Affairs Healthcare System who was also seven months pregnant.

After the shooting, John Dunbar, the mayor of Yountville and a member of The Pathway Home’s board of directors, said Wong was “one of our heroes who clearly had demons.”

The shooting has left Sherr with more questions than answers. Chief among them: Why did it happen and could more have been done to help Wong?

“In less than a year — less than half a year — things started to unravel,” she said. “He may have been without any resources to support him.”


Associated Press writer Christopher Weber in Los Angeles contributed to this report.

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‘Shocking’: One-in-three animals at Sea Life center died in one year

Some 812 of the 2,293 specimens died at the Sea Life center in Great Yarmouth between 2015 and 2016, Freedom of Information (FOI) figures obtained by the BBC reveal. A similar proportion died at the Scarborough Sea Life center, although an “error” was later blamed for inflating that figure by around a third.

The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is now considering withdrawing its sponsorship deal with Sea Life, which has marine centers across the country. It branded the deaths “particularly concerning.”

Biologist and TV presenter Dr Ben Garrod, an ambassador for the MCS, said he was “shocked.” He stated: “You wouldn’t go into a hospital and expect a one-in-three chance of dying. You wouldn’t expect that in a zoo. I don’t think it is acceptable.”

Merlin Entertainments, the parent company of Sea Life, responded to the figures by saying it did everything it could to minimize the deaths. It attributed the staggering figures to the “naturally high mortality of jellyfish.” It added that some losses may have been caused by a “technically complex” water problem.

There are 12 Sea Life centers in Britain. The Great Yarmouth and Hunstanton in Norfolk, as well as London, Manchester, Scarborough, Weymouth, Birmingham and Blackpool responded to the FOI request by the BBC. Brighton failed to comply. Overall, 4,500 creatures of various species died at eight Sea Life centers in England in a single year from 2015 to 2016.

The species that died included 13 sharks and rays, and two undulate rays, which are endangered and appear on the “red” list set out by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. The mortality rate of sharks and rays at Great Yarmouth stood at 21 percent – double the standard 10 percent.

The revelations have prompted the Captive Animals’ Protection to call for an investigation into the welfare of animals at Sea Life. A spokesman said: “Sea Life places the very highest priority on the welfare of the animals at its sites, which are supported by experienced animal-care teams, marine biologists and world-renowned veterinary consultants. Sea Life has a strong track record in animal husbandry and complies with all the laws and regulations under the Zoo Licensing Act.”

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Russia, China agree joint data center for lunar projects & deep space exploration

The projects will involve Russian and Chinese scientific and industrial bodies and companies, Roscosmos said in a statement on Saturday. 

Roscosmos and the China National Space Administration (CNSA) also signed an agreement of intent on cooperation over moon and deep space research, at the International Space Exploration Forum (ISEF) in Tokyo.

The countries will also look into the possibilities of providing assistance for each other’s lunar programs. That would include the launch of the Russian Luna-26 orbiter in 2022, and the Chinese planned landing on the south pole of the moon scheduled for 2023.

In 2017, Roscosmos and the CNSA signed a program of bilateral cooperation for 2018-2022, which includes space garbage monitoring and research into the moon, deep space and satellites, among other issues.

Russian space corporation Energia revealed a plan for a moon exploration program back in October 2017, which includes building a lunar base between 2040 and 2050. The company will also open a research center to develop moon exploration programs for future missions and support the joint Russian-US project of a new space station called Deep Space Gateway in the moon’s orbit. Moscow and Washington agreed on the project in September 2017, and the first modules could be ready between 2024 and 2026.

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Italians Aghast as Immigrants Barbecue Dog at Welcome Center


Animal rights activists are up in arms over attempts to barbecue a dog at an immigrant welcome center in southern Italy, with migrants insisting the practice is normal where they come from.

Members of the Carabinieri, an Italian military police force, intervened immediately after receiving a call from an employee of the center who had witnessed the scene of a 29-year-old Nigerian man intent on roasting a dog at the center in Vibo Valentia, in the Italian region of Calabria.

The man had succeeded in skinning and chopping up the canine and was in the process of grilling it for himself and some friends when he was stopped by law enforcement officers. The young woman who called the police also volunteers at a pro-animal organization in the area.

Explaining to police that such a practice is “normal where we come from,” the migrant insisted that he didn’t kill the dog but had found it dead by the side of the road and had decided to grill it. He also pleaded ignorance of Italian laws forbidding eating cats and dogs.

Police transferred the migrant to a different welcome center, located in the former Hotel Miragolfo in the nearby town of Nicotera.

Among countries of origin, Nigeria accounts for the largest single group of migrants entering Italy at present, with nearly twice as many (15.7 percent) Nigerians entering Italy during 2017 as those from Guinea, the second largest immigrant group by country of provenance (8.4 percent).

This African nation has been the focus of much local media attention in recent weeks, with reports of growth of a “ruthless” Nigerian mafia on Italian soil, and the brutal murder and dismemberment of an 18-year-old Italian girl, Pamela Mastropietro, allegedly at the hands of three Nigerian migrants.

Mastropietro’s dismembered corpse was discovered earlier this month in two suitcases outside the central Italian town of Macerata, but was missing her neck, heart and genitals. The body had also been deboned and washed in bleach.

A prominent Italian criminologist said that the modus operandi in this case matched methods typically adopted by the Nigerian mafia.

“What we have seen in the case of Pamela are the same methods the Nigerian mafia systematically employs in Nigeria and elsewhere,” Meluzzi said. “It is a routine to cut victims into pieces and, in some cases, to eat parts of their bodies.”

Troubling as well have been reports of startling percentages of female Nigerian migrants into Italy who wind up as prostitutes, whether by choice or coercion, and become virtual slaves of the Nigerian mafia.

Currently, some 80 percent of Nigerian girls and women migrating to Italy end up in prostitution, a form of sexual slavery from which the girls and women have no recourse. Roughly half of the prostitutes currently working in Italy are Nigerians.

Nigerian traffickers have exploited Europe’s migrant crisis to traffic girls across the Mediterranean to Italy to force into prostitution. From 2014-2016, more than 12,000 Nigerian girls and young women arrived in Italy, and of these, some 9,400 wound up as sex workers.



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Reba McEntire coming to new Xcite Center at Parx Casino in April

Pennsylvania’s newest venue will welcome one of country music’s biggest names in April. Reba McEntire will perform two concerts at the new Xcite Center at Parx Casino on April 27 and 28, and fans can get tickets starting Friday, Jan. 5 through AXS.

McEntire will be hitting the road this spring as she releases her next album, Sing It Now: Songs of Faith and Hope. The album hits stores on Feb. 3 and is McEntire’s first ever gospel album, with a whopping 20 new faith-based songs. They include the single “Back To God”, which you can watch the music video for by playing the video above. The shows in Pennsylvania will be two of her solo dates after the next segment of the successful Reba, Brooks & Dunn residency in Las Vegas. The trio will play a handful of shows at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in March before taking a break and returning in August.

That means McEntire will be free to be one of the first artists to take the stage at The Xcite Center at Parx Casino, which has a packed calendar for 2018. Following the venue’s formal opening on Jan. 13, it will play host to a wide variety of artists including comedian Bill Engvall (Jan. 13), multi-talented performer and “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” star Wayne Brady (Jan. 26), and McEntire’s fellow country singer Dwight Yoakam (Feb. 8). Tickets for these shows and many others are available on the venue page at AXS.

Tickets for Reba McEntire at Xcite Center at Parx Casino go on sale Friday, Jan. 5 at 11 a.m. local time, with ticket prices ranging from $75 to $175 for both shows. Tickets can be purchased using the links below, so don’t miss your opportunity to see a country music legend live, performing at a brand new venue. Be one of the first to check out the Xcel Center at Parx Casino and enjoy a concert by one of the top female vocalists in music.

Below are all of Reba McEntire’s upcoming tour dates with tickets on sale through AXS:

March 14 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)
March 16 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)
March 17 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)
March 21 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)
March 23 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)
March 24 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)
April 27 – Bensalem, PA – Xcite Center at Parx Casino (Click here for tickets)
April 28 – Bensalem, PA – Xcite Center at Parx Casino (Click here for tickets)
June 29 – Ledyard, CT – Foxwoods Resort Casino Grand Theater (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 15 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 17 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 18 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 22 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 24 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 25 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Click here for tickets)

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Israel Becoming ‘World Bitcoin Fraud Center’


Israel is rapidly becoming the world bitcoin fraud center as the now-outlawed “binary options” swindlers in that country move into the crypto-currency field, a report in the Jewish Telegraphic Agency news service has announced.

The article, titled “Bitcoin fraud could be the next big thing for swindlers in Israel,” says that “Israel is shaping up to be a hub for cryptocurrency swindling.”

It “has happened before,” the article continues, explaining how over the previous decade more than 100 “binary options” companies set up shop in Israel, “forming the core of a global industry” which swindled online investors out of billions.

The “binary options” scam was illegal in Israel—that is, Israeli law forbid the selling of the scam to Jews inside Israel—but was not illegal to be sold to unsuspecting gentiles outside of Israel.

The binary options “industry” was eventually outlawed completely—but not on moral grounds, but rather because it was “causing anti-Semitisim.”

Shortly after the “binary options” swindle was outlawed, the JTA article continued, Israel Securities Authority Chairman Shmuel Hausner was quoted as saying that he was “very troubled” by the possibility that binary options cheats would turn cryptocurrencies into the next big scam.

The JTA article continued:

Austin Smith, the founder of Wealth Recovery International, a Tel Aviv startup that helps victims of binary options fraud reclaim their money, warned that the worst fears of the authorities are coming to pass.

He said the same factors that earn Israel the “startup nation” moniker also make it a breeding ground for fraudsters: its small size, innovation and technology, seize-the-day mentality and diverse immigrant population that can market in myriad languages.

Based on his company’s investigations, which have included sending moles into the offices of scammers, Smith has concluded that Israel is seeing an industrywide shift into cryptocurrency.

“More or less every binary options company we know of now has a cryptocurrency platform as well,” he said. “I’m already getting calls from victims, but most people have yet to even realize they’ve been defrauded.”

Smith said the cryptocurrency scams involve not only securities, but also initial coin offerings and futures. In each case, the fraudsters offer a bogus product in exchange for cryptocurrency and simply pocket much or all of the investment. Conveniently for criminals, who were among the first adopters of the technology, cryptocurrency’s encryption and decentralized control system makes it nearly impossible to track.

Arthur VanDesande, a consultant for the Wolf Global consultancy who recently retired as a U.S. Internal Revenue Service special agent focused on international fraud, also predicted that Israeli binary options swindlers would spearhead a massive new cryptocurrency fraud akin to the binary options scam.



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