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Members of Parliament have cautioned the public against cryptocurrency transactions that are gaining notoriety among Ghanaian investors in the currency market, where 110,000 unsuspecting Ghanaians were swindled to the tune of GHC135 million in 2018 alone.

Public concern about the cedi, which had in the past several weeks depreciated against the dollar, fizzled out as the currency experienced a record bounce-back from last week.

The World Bank’s vice-president for Africa, Hafez Ghanem, is in Ghana on a three-day working visit.

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