The U.K. Financial Conduct Authority is launching a TikTok and YouTube campaign warning young investors of cryptocurrencies, saying it has found a huge understanding gap when it comes to investing in high-risk areas such as crypto and foreign exchange trading. "The Hash" hosts discuss the pros and cons of this campaign.
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