I have noticed that more and more countries are beginning to hate crypto money and introduce sanctions or even bans on crypto money.
A very large part of the crypto world consists of criminals and individuals who want to steel others through scam practices, which result in less accepteding crypto money by ordinary citizens or official bodies in many countries.
Unfortunately, there is nowhere to see that creators and administrators of crypto networks are taking action against such criminals.
It is quite the opposite, some even advertise such practices on their networks.
When I see that there are more and more crypto mixers, phishing,promoting of the Bitcoin Revolution program, crypto-currency give away, crypto-currency doublers, ponzifraud, pyramid systems, pump and dumps groups, simcard swaping, … on the internet and the creators or administrators of crypto networks do not take any action against these practices.
They only talk about how their networks have grown, how much crypto there already is on their network, their anonymity and the value of their crypto.
A nice example is all those smart contracts on networks such as tron and etherium and the totally lax attitude of the owners of these networks to such practices .
It is only the non-crypto world that actively combating these practices.
The creators or administrators
of these networks are apparently only interested in the success of their networks and not the safety of users of their networks.
It’s just a few forums like here that reports such scam practices and I think even that it stays only on those forums and that these crimes will never be reported to the officials or administrators of these networks.
How many wallets that are recognised as fraud are still active on networks such as tron, where people who start with crypto money can still transfer money to.
Apparently, the administrators of these networks do not think it is necessary to close such scam wallets and return the lost money to the victims of such practices.
A good example is the Twitter scam where one can see that apparently only Coinbase try to return the victims’ money .
Sorry for my bad English!
I did my best to make understandable.