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US Rapper T.I. Sued For Cryptocurrency Pump-And-Dump Scheme
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US Rapper T.I. Sued For Cryptocurrency Pump-And-Dump Scheme
The US rapper and actor T.I. is now being sued for securities fraud in relation to a supposed cryptocurrency scam. Specifically, a group of disgruntled investors filed a lawsuit this past Thursday seeking ”at least $5 million”. This news comes from the celebrity news media outlet The Blast. T.I. is said to have engaged in a cryptocurrency ”pump and dump” scheme together with his business partner. More specifically, T.I. created…
$6 Million Worth of Bitcoin Hacked from a Canadian Exchange, Customers Fear Exit Scam
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$6 Million Worth of Bitcoin Gone from a Canadian Exchange, Customers Fear Exit Scam
MapleChange, a small Canada-based crypto exchange, recently reported a hack that resulted in a loss of almost $6 million worth of their client funds, mostly in the form of bitcoin and litecoin. The crypto trading platform has claimed that hackers managed to take advantage of a bug and withdraw all funds from the exchange. Even though the company is “in the process of a thorough investigation”, the refunds of 913…
The Head of the Well-known Scam BitConnect Finally Arrested
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Living Bitconnect Meme Carlos Matos Seemingly Attacks Bitcoin, Calls It ”A Scam” and Says to ”Sell Everything”
You would have to have been living under a rock for the past year to be unaware of Carlos Matos. Matos became the de facto face of the supposed ”high-yield investment program” Bitconnect when his spectacular appearance at a Thai Bitconnect gala went viral in 2017. Matos’ unforgettable presentation has subsequently been thoroughly ingrained in popular culture. He has since become a staple meme, and was prominently featured by John…
A Bitcoin Trading Firm And Its CEO Will Pay More Than $2,5 Million In Penalty For Ponzi Scheme
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A Bitcoin Trading Firm And Its CEO Will Pay More Than $2,5 Million In Penalty For Ponzi Scheme
A New York Federal court has ordered the New York corporation Gelfman Blueprint Inc (GBI) and its CEO, Nicholas Gelfman of Brooklyn, to pay a total of $2,5 million in penalties because of fraud. GBI is a New York-based company and Bitcoin hedge fund, incorporated 2014. By 2015 the corporation had 85 customers and well over 2,000 bitcoins under management. The news that arrived on October 18th is a continuation…