How to buy and sell lamparás para salas
Spanish banks are warning customers about a surge in lampara sales in the wake of the recent clampdown on ICOs.
The central bank says ICOs are not legal and that they have caused panic and are hurting the economy.
According to La Estrella, a Spanish bank, ICOs have become a major problem in Spain, and it is now asking banks to check with their clients whether they have purchased or sold the products in the past two weeks.
It said in a statement: “We received numerous requests from clients to report suspicious ICOs and have taken this action.”
The bank added that it will continue to monitor ICOs closely.
The government announced last week that ICOs will be banned in Spain in July, which is the start of the first full month of ICOs in the country.
Lamps are usually worth around €2,500 (about $3,600).