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India: police arrested four more suspects in the alleged crypto scam for $ 14 million

Law enforcement agencies in Mumbai, India, arrested four more suspects allegedly involved in cryptocurrency fraud, which is estimated at 1 billion rupees (more than $ 14 million ). The English-language daily newspaper The Times of India reported arrests on March 22.

According to the report, police arrested Ashok Goyal Jaipuria, Asif Malpani, Baljit Singh Saini and Pradip Arora from Delhi. It was reported that several of Goyal’s bank accounts were also frozen, as he is allegedly the head of this scheme. The Times of India also claims that an unnamed Bollywood actor who reportedly participated in fraud promotions will also be involved.

Last month, Indian law enforcement agencies first exposed a suspected scam and arrested the first four suspects in February, but until recently did not arrest Goyal. The first complaint that led to the prosecution was filed in Surat, in the Indian city of Gujarat, by a man claiming to have been deceived for an amount equivalent to almost $ 150,000 .

In early January, Indian police also arrested a member of a separate group accused of conducting crypto fraud involving 5 billion rupees (about 71.6 million dollars).

In another recent cryptocurrency fraud, Morgan Rockcoons, also known as Morgan Rockwell, pleaded guilty to two charges of cryptocurrency in federal court San Diego. He reportedly confessed to the sale of land, which he did not have, for a crypto-city project, known as Bitcointopia, and in running a business to transfer money without a license.

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