Spanish Police Detain Four People Allegedly Involved in a $15M Crypto Ponzi S...

Spanish Police Detain Four People Allegedly Involved in a $15M Crypto Ponzi S...

The Spanish police detained four people of different nationalities this week for allegedly running a $15 million crypto Ponzi scheme. According to the police, “many victims” filed a complaint against them. Victims Believed Their Bitcoins Went to a Legit Company According to Policia Nacional, the four accused are Argentine, Spanish, and Italian nationals aged between 23 and 36. They persuaded the victims to transfer their bitcoin (BTC) to them by promising high returns. The authorities say that around 380 BTC were scammed by the alleged fraudsters, which amount to approximately....


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