Cryptocurrency is a form of digital currency that’s in its infancy. Because it’s so new, most of us aren’t knowledgeable of what it is and how exactly it works, particularly since some of those rules are being written in real-time. And where you find money, there’s usually a scammer ready to take full advantage. Nathan Calhoun from SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union is here to talk about common cryptocurrency scams and how to avoid falling victim. For more fraud and financial wellness tips, check out the Extra Credit Blog at