Two hosts of a local Maltese TV show and an actor from Malta have sent a report to the police that they are involved in a Bitcoin investment scheme after the story was reported on multiple crypto news media outlets.
The Bitcoin investment scheme is named ‘’Bitcoin Revolution’’ and the story was first published on Malta Independent and Malta today where two hosts of a morning show in Malta claimed that the famous Maltese actor Davide Tucci is a guest on their show. The hosts Wayne Sammut and Elaine Degiorgio were ‘’convinced’’ by the actor to make a 250 euro deposit on a crypto trading platform called Bitcoin Revolution.
The false report on the news outlets showed that Tucci convinced both of the hosts to invest after he got out of bankruptcy because he invested in the platform. It got obvious that the show was fake and only managed to raise 483 euros in a three minute period.
The fake report also included instructions on how to invest your money in the platform and also how to sign up.
Luckily Tucci reacted fast and posted a Facebook video on his official page where he claims that he has never promoted any activities related to cryptocurrencies and urged the audience to not invest their money. He also declared that he has reported the case to the Malta Police Force’s Cybercrime unit.
The hosts claimed that Tucci has never been a guest in their show and they too reported to the Maltese police.
The Malta Financial Services Authority pointed out that the Bitcoin Revolution exchange was never authorized by the Maltese government and they will also launch a separate investigation.
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“We are not involved, and the movement is not tied to the procedure outlined in the UNUS SED LEO white paper,” she said.The anonymous nature of Bitcoin wallets is still a mystery for many - which is why moves like this one by the stolen Bitfinex Bitcoin are only evidence of hacker activity after the theft. As such, they can only be used for forensic analysis by blockchain sleuths - but often result in money laundering activity and hide the funds' ultimate destination. For those of you who don't know or haven't been following the best cryptocurrency news sites, the Bitfinex theft was the largest loss of Bitcoins by an exchange since the Mt. Gox hack in early 2014 which wiped away $350 million. In February this year, law enforcement in the United States managed to retrieve 27.66270285 of the stolen Bitfinex Bitcoin (BTC) which had been taken in the hack. Right now, we are all far from even thinking about retrieving the stolen Bitfinex Bitcoin. However, it is good that accounts like Whale_Alert exist and show some activity on the wallets following their hack.
FBI Investigation On The QuadrigaCX Case Emerges In The US
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has officially expanded the QuadrigaCX case where the founder suspiciously died, with more than $100 million in cryptocurrency vanishing. Because of these reasons, the FBI investigation was relocated to the United States today, and the agency took to Twitter to ask for US-based victims of the crime to come forward.
This is actually a good thing for the market, as the ongoing trend of government intervention is either part of an evolution or a new pattern showing anti-crypto activity. It is all based on how you see things from your perspective.
However, the FBI investigation definitely shows serious attitude towards resolving the QuadrigaCX case, which is particularly interesting because of the mysterious activities and elements to it. One of them is the death of its CEO a month after the exchange closing, to then blame on a lack of access to wallets held by the deceased. As if this issue was not crazy enough, the QuadrigaCX funds were later mysteriously sent to the addresses in question.
A lot of questions linger, as the FBI investigation shows, and are subject to many mysteries. In our coming altcoin news, we have been reporting updates on the QuadrigaCX case - up until now where it seems like the case will go beyond a procedural bankruptcy court in Canada. From this, we can see that the exchange will probably be put under criminal investigation for its services rendered to US citizens.
As a result of this, whoever is left of the executive staff may be off the hook. In cases like these (picked up by the media and the best cryptocurrency news sites), it is often a question whether or not the government can recoup anything. However, the FBI investigation must determine if there are assets with value and to this date, no significant assets like that have emerged.
As a final note, many analysts believe that the actual problem for QuadrigaCX are actually its business decisions and relationships, which were the backbone of the struggle when the Canadian bank froze the exchange's assets.
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