Associated Press: Avoid using "crypto" instead of cryptocurrency

In the latest AP Stylebook, published by the Associated Press for journalists, academics and other writers, the cryptocurrency is called "a digital currency that uses encryption to make it secure. Avoid using the 'crypto' phrase, as this may be related to passwords. Confusion is different. Virtual currency is different from virtual currency, which is used in virtual worlds, such as online games.” In addition, the manual also shows that although Bitcoin and some other cryptocurrencies can be tracked, the account owner behind the transaction is not necessarily Will be known. Therefore, cryptocurrency is a form of payment that is popular with criminals.