Police in New Taipei, Taiwan, arrested fifteen suspects for $ 8 million worth of cryptocurrency fraud, – according to local media (Focus edition on January 26th).
According to the article, the head of the Criminal Investigations Bureau (CIB), Li Chi-Hsun, said at a press conference that fifteen suspects – including the alleged leader named Lin – were arrested during two separate raids conducted on January 9 , and the 17th of January.
The arrested suspects were reportedly charged with fraud, and the case was transferred to the Taipei District Prosecutor’s Office. The group deceived more than 30 people in the country for about $ 250 million New Zealand dollars (equivalent to about $ 8.16 million).
According to reports, the suspects promoted IBCoin, the Ethereum (ETH) ERC20 tokenToken
– is an accounting unit that is used to represent a digital balance in an asset.Details, as a means of payment for the adult entertainment industry, according to its promotional materials.
It is reported that the scammers also published a scheme in Facebook, publishing photos of expensive cars and a luxurious lifestyle to attract new victims – reports Focus Taiwan.
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All participants in the fraudulent loss of $ 8 million, were arrested in Taiwan. The attackers were charged with violating Taiwan bank supervision and multi-level marketing laws.
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