Today, many people know the world of cryptocurrencies, which is the most complex. Some digital currencies that use a cryptographic encryption and that do not exist in physical form, but are stored in a digital wallet.
A universe that seems to have entered Andres Iniesta, as he himself shared through his social networks launching a campaign with a cryptocurrency company, which operates in this market on the Internet.
The footballer of Vissel Kobe he posted a tweet from his personal account stating that he was starting: “I am learning how to get started with cryptocurrencies“, and has done it hand in hand with the platform ‘exchange’ Binance.
Undoubtedly, an ad that has not sat very well, not even with his followers, and even some of them have assured that he has “lost all admiration” for the crack. Such has been the repercussion that even the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV), has also reacted to this tweet.
Cryptocurrencies have “some relevant risks”
The CNMV has written directly to the former FC Barcelona player to inform him of all the risks involved in entering this world before he invests or recommends it to other people through his social networks: “Hello Andrés Iniesta, Crypto assets, being unregulated products, have some relevant risks. It is advisable to read the CNMV communiqué of 2/9/2021, and educate yourself thoroughly before investing in them or recommending others to do so“.
A message in which they warn of the dangers that investing can entail, and in which they advise you to read the statement issued by the agency last February, where they assured that crypto assets are complex instruments with a “high speculative component” despite the fact that “they may be elements that revitalize and modernize the financial system in the coming years.”
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