From the scheme Optioment could suffer 10 thousand people.
The Austrian authorities appealed to Interpol to help them track the suspects in creating the Optioment.
Scam at 115 million dollars
The total number of victims of scammers may exceed 10 thousand users, financial damage may amount to 115 million dollars in military technical cooperation.
The Federal Police of Austria has already found two people in Austria who are accused of fraud and continue to look for participants in a fraudulent scheme that can take refuge in Denmark, Latvia and Germany.
Participants in the Optioment benches created a site for a private Bitcoin fund in Costa Rica and offered potential investors to invest in the project for a profit of 4% per week for Bitcoin deposits.
In fact, it turned out to be a pyramid, which the observer of the Austrian financial regulator reported at the end of January, after which the case was initiated, reportsMybroadband.
Earlier in Bulgaria, the activity of the Onecoin crypto-currency pyramid was suppressed Raided.
Author: Evgenij Novožilov, Analyst Freedman Club Crypto News
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