OneCoin founder, Ruja Ignatova, was allegedly murdered in November 2018 on Yacht based on new information. The so-called “queen of cryptocurrencies” has been missing since 2017.
Allegedly, Ignatova was killed
the location of OneCoin founder has for It has long been subject to speculation. Well, until a few days ago.
in an essay on Another investigation, The Office for Survey Reports and Data (BIRD) mentioned how Bulgarian national rule for money Laundering Georgy Georgiev Vasiliev in drunk, reported that a well-known Bulgarian drug trafficker, Christophoros Amanatidis, named Taki, I ordered Crypto Queen’s murder in 2018 in Greece.
report as well added That’s it body It was chopped up and thrown away in Ionian Sea.
However, Crypto Xpose, an account on Twitter is dedicated to exposing OneCoin, books this is information It may not necessarily be true.
They indicated out That the FBI does not put the deceased on top ten wanted list.
Bulgarian police also do not take information on Ha death As realistic as there is no actual evidence.
“She buys property? “
the name of Ignatove has recently reappeared again. On January 23, the founder of the infamous OneCoin also linked to London property The owner was the alleged beneficial owner of Abbotts House Penthouse Limited. This company bought several million dollar Penthouse in London suburb of Kensington.
the property Developed on sell on basis on for $15.5 million, according to the New York Post but later reduced to $13.6 million and beyond onto cross out.
since last yearIgnatova reportedly had to step forward As your owner because rules effective in United kingdom. However, a separate BBC report says List tracked back to prosecutors in Bielefeld, Germany, rather than UK law officials or Ignatova.
OneCoin was a popular pyramid scheme from 2014 to 2016 that claimed that the cryptocurrency would become a “Bitcoin killer.” Ignatova and her associates knowingly defrauded customers for millions of In dollars, since there is no blockchain technology And the “cryptocurrency” is not mined.
In 2017, Ignatova disappeared with over 4 billion after the FBI issued an arrest warrant for Ha arrest. the prosecutors Its name is the biggest fraud international scam ever. In June 2022, “Cryptoqueen” is set on FBI “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list.