Influencers and cryptocurrencies. A controversial source of income. KNF: the market is not regulated

  • Polish creators haven’t yet embraced the cryptocurrency and tokenization craze, but it’s only a matter of time – says Kamil Sokołowski, director of BrandBuddies agency
  • The Office of the Polish Financial Supervisory Authority constantly monitors the situation in the crypto-asset market and global trends related to attempts to regulate them
  • More such information can be found on the main page of Onet.pl

The cryptocurrency industry is growing day by day. Over the past two years, the market has grown from 2,000 to over 8,000 cryptocurrency projects, and the growth rate is even accelerating. Of course, many of these cryptocurrencies are scams or dead projects. However, many projects will survive and operate for years, and some will grow into multi-million dollar businesses.

There are people or groups of people who want to inform the market and promote cryptocurrencies. Some focus on providing knowledge, others mainly recommend investments. This phenomenon was recently noticed by social media specialist Wojtek Kardyś. He mentioned, among other things on Atisie Paulu, 20, who gives investment advice and maintains an account on OnlyFans. Access price? $50 monthly. He made millions.

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