Wanted Wirecard Exec Said to Be Sheltered by Secret Service in Russia
Jan Marsalek, a former board member of Wirecard who is wanted over allegations of fraud, is reportedly being sheltered in Moscow by the biggest Russian secret service.
Arbitly's crypto licensure and registration claims are bogus, according to Malta's financial regulator.
Besides facing criminal charges, the accused pseudo-pastors were charged by the CFTC and the SEC with allegedly soliciting over 1,000 people for a fake crypto fund.
The head of the Volantis escrow company faces up to 10 years in prison for defrauding customers.
The aim is a comprehensive database of information gleaned from previous hacks and fraud used to proactively fight future ones. The platform supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, TRX and EOS blockchains.
U.S. authorities are trying to return $6.5 million in bitcoin and tether to the victims of an alleged Ponzi scheme.