An anti-dumping policy is a set of regulations created to protect against would-be investors from being victimized in pump and dump schemes. Dumping is a word that is used when a big investor buys a large quantity of tokens to augment the price of the token, when they are satisfied with the augmented price of the token they will start selling it. Which will lead the coin at a really low price.
An example of this situation is the SQUID coin. At the beginning the value of the SQUID coin was market at $0.01, when the price of the coin started going up investors wanted to sell their coin. Unfortunately they were barred from selling their SQUID coin due to the amount of policies that were added, one of them being the “Anti-dump policy”. When the price for SQUID coin was at its peak the fraudsters took off with all the invested amount. unfortunately the the value of the coin crashed to $0.00079 from 2,856$.
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