US agency raided a tech hub for illegal crypto trading
As per the local news channel, Wood-TV informed on January 5, United States federal agencies purportedly attacked the workplace of a Michigan-based science and technology center previous month in the process of crypto-related examination.
According to the Wood-TV, the founder of The Geek Group- Chris Boden, made a live open speech on YouTube Saturday night, which has manifestly since been removed.
Reportedly, Boden affirmed that the office of his tech-oriented, nonprofit society had been searched by the members of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on December 21, explaining that computers and other tools were taken from his office.
Wood-TV stated that Boden had said he was “technically trading in cryptocurrency without proper use of approval.”
Also, the founder allegedly considers he is fronting central prison time and up to $100,000 in legal outlays.
Reportedly, Boden announced on Facebook today, January 6 that he would be going to write a live open statement in an open Google Doc, which at the press time reads:
“On the instruction of the legitimate committee, I will not make any remarks further on the current investigation of the government.”
In the previous month, the CEO of the largest crypto exchange of Romania- Coinflux was allegedly detained on a warrant from the U.S. for the scam, prepared crime, and money laundering.
In the month of August, the police of South Korea attacked the office of a local company whose supposed crypto scam assured investors the rewards of a sunken Russian warship.