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Bloomberg Analysis: Ponzi Doesn’t Trigger Bitcoin Price in China

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The elimination of cryptocurrencies linked to an alleged Ponzi scheme this week saw cryptocurrencies as the trigger for the drop in the media. However, it is stated that this is not the reason for the decline.

Crypto-known names from the world of money one Dovey Wan, a plustok small batches of thousands of participants in the fraud Bitcoin buy what they tweeted. However, a review by researcher TokenAnalyst shows that only a few addresses about PlusToken have Bitcoin and recently funds have been moved.

Sid Shekhar, the co-founder of London-based TokenAnalyst, said in an e-mail, hiçbir None of these addresses seem to belong to the stock market. Dikkat We’ll be careful to keep track of what they’ve bought and sold hundreds of millions of dollars of Bitcoin at some point. ”

TokenAnalyst reviewed the transactions on the Bitcoin digital ledger and found thousands of Bitcoins from the PlusToken team. Shekhar said fraudsters’ money was filtered to mix-type services about a month ago.

Wan, listed as the founding partner of Primitive Capital, said in a tweet that PlusToken is a Chinese Ponzi program that has accumulated around 70,000 Bitcoins and 800,000 Ethereum worth about $ 700 million. He said that PlusToken started in mid-2018 and offered a wallet with a high return on investment.

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