The Paris prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation into a €4m fraud

The Paris prosecutor's office has opened an investigation into a €4m fraud

France Inter reports that around 40 complaints have been lodged by internet users. They entrusted up to tens of thousands of euros to a YouTuber suspected of embezzling the funds.

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The Paris prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation into a major cryptocurrency scandal in mid-July, reports Monday, August 1. France Int. Forty complaints have been filed and the total damage is around 4 million euros.

In this case, dozens of Internet users entrusted money to a YouTuber specializing in cryptocurrencies, who promised attractive returns on investments, and he seized all the funds. According to sources close to the case, the number of victims is about 300 people.

This YouTuber, who goes by the pseudonym Crypto Gow, has never revealed his identity on the internet. On his YouTube channel, he managed to bring together a community of 4,000 people who shared tutorials. “Investors invested hundreds of euros, others tens of thousands of euros”The lawyer for the three plaintiffs, Maitre Asta-Vola, is specified to France Inter.

On July 9, CryptoGov publicly announced it was going with the fund on its normal discussion channels, with a message accompanying a new tutorial explaining the scam’s underpinnings. The investigation, which began in mid-July, was entrusted to the gendarmes of the Paris Investigation Department.

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