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Furious Bitcoin scam victims torch alleged Ponzi mastermind’s house

Furious Bitcoin scam victims torch alleged Ponzi mastermind’s house

July 11th, 2019|Tags: , , , |

On Thursday July 11, 2019, thenextweb at Hard Fork | The Next Web wrote:
Angry victims have looted and torched the home of a man who reportedly operated an alleged Bitcoin Ponzi scheme in South Africa. 

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TNW is one of the world’s largest online publications that delivers an international perspective on the latest news about Internet technology, business and culture. Thenextweb has recently written 10 articles on similar topics including bitcoin, us, alleged:
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