The company says several fake websites and Facebook accounts are claiming to sell KodakCoin, which hasn't even been released yet.

Kodak is warning people about scammers targeting the company's new digital currency.

The company says several fake websites and Facebook accounts are claiming to sell KodakCoin, which hasn't even been released yet.

Last week, Kodak delayed its cryptocurrency launch so the company can contact and verify more than 40,000 potential investors before releasing it. That process could take several weeks.

Some potential investors are now wondering if KodakCoin is ever actually going to become a real thing.

To take part in the ICO, Kodak is requiring buyers to have a net worth of $1 million and a salary of at least $200,000.