Furious Bitcoin scam victims torch alleged Ponzi mastermind’s house

Furious Bitcoin scam victims torch alleged Ponzi mastermind’s house

Angry victims have looted and torched the home of a man who reportedly operated an alleged Bitcoin Ponzi scheme in South Africa
July 11th, 2019|Tags: , , , |

On Thursday July 11, 2019, Thenextweb at Hard Fork | The Next Web wrote:
An anonymous source told TimesLIVE that victims were taking the law into their own hands because Mbatha was unreachable.

Mbatha operated Bitcoin Wallet, a company which reportedly enticed victims to invest in exchange for simple and sizable returns on investments. 

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