JP Morgan's UK bank to ban cryptocurrency transactions from next month

Eve Maddock-Jones
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JP Morgan's Chase UK bank is bringing in a ban on cryptocurrency purchases due to an "increase in fraud and scams related to crypto assets". The ban will come into effect from 16 October and will apply to all debit card and outgoing bank transfers. A spokesperson for Chase UK told Investment Week the bank was "committed to helping keep our customers' money safe and secure". US court rules SEC improperly rejected bitcoin spot ETF They said: "We have seen an increase in the number of crypto scams targeting UK consumers, so we have taken the decision to prevent the purchase of cryp...

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