Some of those caught up in an alleged $3.6 billion crypto Ponzi scheme are refusing to aid police investigations as they still expect to triple their investments.
The founder of the Argyle Coin Ponzi scheme has escaped paying a $4.5 million penalty to the SEC for operating a “web of fraudulent companies.”
Kraken Bitcoin strategist Pierre Rochard debates professor of computer science Jorge Stolfi on whether Bitcoin meets the definition of a Ponzi scheme.
Arrested by the FBI earlier today, 24-year-old Spence also faces civil charges of fraud that look to bar him from future trading.
The Australian is facing six charges that carry penalties of between 2-10 years in prison.
Arbistar 2.0 operator Santiago Fuentes was arrested Wednesday and faces criminal fraud and money laundering charges in Spain.
If the courtroom drama of OneCoin is not enough, you’ll soon see the whole thing play out on the big screen.
They even wrote a self-help book about becoming a millionaire. Sounds like that may need to be updated.
Philippine SEC warns against investment schemes including one based on the Ethreum blockchain it says is a Ponzi scheme.
Crypto itself has only been around for a decade, and the space has already gained its top Ponzi scheme actors. Here are three of them.