Asa Saint Clair ran a crypto investment scam that relied on fake support from the United Nations and real praise from Nancy Pelosi’s son.
A Singaporean man conned a police officer into investing $17,000 in bitcoin but instead used the money to fund a currency exchange scam.
Authorities are looking for $22 million invested into Utah businesses by alleged cryptocurrency scam BitClub Network.
The man tried to use bitcoin to hire a fake hitman after a witch’s curse he bought online failed to win the heart of his would-be lover.
BitBoy Crypto took undisclosed payments for promoting ICOs and scams on YouTube with research showing most of the tokens tanked.
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