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Man sells his 1,000 BTC for shitcoins on advice of a “crypto investor,” then proceeds to lose all of his money. He then tracked down the investor, kidnapped him, and extorted his family in an attempt to get the money back.

Man sells his 1,000 BTC for shitcoins on advice of a “crypto investor,” then proceeds to lose all of his money. He then tracked down the investor, kidnapped him, and extorted his family in an attempt to get the money back.



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  1. tldr; Two Vietnamese police officers and 15 others have been charged for stealing $9.5 million worth of bitcoin from a businessman. They were hired by a private investigator to trace the whereabouts of a businessman who was accused of giving wrong business advice that resulted in the loss of 1,000 BTC in 2018. The group stole 168 units of BTC as well as properties worth $1,800.

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

  2. Horribly misleading title – the guy who “gave advice” was managing their funds. This is like if your investment banker told you they dumped a primary investment, redistributed it, and lost it all. Its not some guy catching a scam email or taking reddit advice.

  3. If you had 1000 BTC then you had already made it.

    It’s like Pelosi (basically a walking undead) using insider knowledge to get richer. You can’t take it with you, and you already have more than you can spend. Wtf?

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