Read the latest interview with Coins CEO Wei Zhou, as he discusses the firm’s adherence to regulations and challenges as a regulated entity.
The CEO of Coins.ph Wei Zhou answers every question about the company, his thoughts on competitors and the future of Coins.ph.
According to them, their main recruiter is Rachel Almendra Luna, who has agents in the country who take care of the recruits’ papers.
According to an alias Miles, the victims were promised BPO-related jobs but ended up being forced to scam citizens from western countries.
Angelo Madrid, President of Maya Bank shared his insights on the topic of blockchain regulation. Should blockchain be regulated or not?
Lim shared that the Philippine Blockchain Week has two goals – provide Filipinos with tech skills and showcase the country as a global blockchain capital.
One of the 12 victims who were recently rescued believes that there are still 31 other Filipinos who may need to be saved.
An IT specialist is seeking help of the NBI to get his money back (around P230,000) from an online investment app.
“We always believed that web3 would scale 5–10x scale in the coming years because it already happened on the internet, the PCs, and others.”
When the victims tried to get their money back, the managers just told them that the quota had been reached.