A British mother is alleged to have paid a £20,000 deposit for a hitman. However, the hit was never carried out and she lost all her money.
Ronald Craig Ilg wanted to pay a hitman $62,000 in bitcoin to inject his ex-wife with heroin and give a doctor “a significant beating.”
Razzlekhan will be working three days a week as a ‘growth marketing and business development specialist’ for an unnamed New York company.
Police say the gang had more money than it could spend after it exploited a loophole in an Australian exchange to steal £22M in bitcoin.
Victims of the BitConnect crypto scam are set to have some of their funds returned, but it’s far from the $2.4 billion the company took.
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