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Kineska policija zaplijenila je 1% ukupne ponude Bitcoina

Kineska policija zaplijenila je ukupno 194.774 Bitcoin-a - ukupno 1% ukupne ponude Bitcoin-a - putem PlusToken Ponzi šeme.

Uz to, zaplijenili su i preko 830.000 ETH, 1,4 miliona LTC, 27 miliona EOS, 74.000 DASH, 487. miliona XRP, 6 milijardi DOGE, 79.000 BCH i 213.000 USDT.


Šema PlusToken Ponzi, o kojoj je prvi presudio okružni sud u kineskoj provinciji Jiangsu ovog septembra, navodno je započela u maju 2018. Shema je reklamirala nepostojeću platformu za kripto trgovanje, a korisnicima je obećavala atraktivne isplate u zamjenu za depozite vrijedne 500 dolara. Shema nije zabilježila samo 1% ukupne ponude Bitcoina, već i 0,73% ukupnog ETH-a i 5% ukupnog DODGE-a u opticaju.

Shema se pokazala izuzetno unosnom, čak i za vrijeme najnižeg pada kripto cijena. Izvješteno je da je između 1. maja 2018. i 27. juna 2019. vrijednost ove imovine 2,2 milijarde dolara. Sada vrijede više od 11 milijardi dolara.

Štaviše, kaže se da je shema eksploatisala preko dva miliona ljudi.

Do danas je ukupno osuđeno 15. osoba. Kazne koje je izrekao kineski sud kreću se u rasponu od dvije do 11 godina zatvora, a novčane kazne se kreću između 100.000 i milion dolara. Jedan od ovih pojedinaca navodno je već uspješno oprao kriptovalutu u vrijednosti od 22 miliona dolara u kineske juane.

Problem je: Šta će sada učiniti sa svime tim? Vratiti imovinu prevarantima? (često NIJE kako to funkcionira). Ili ih baciti na tržište? Čak i ako obeštete ljude, to bi vjerovatno bilo s valutom FIAT (Yuan) nakon prodaje.

(Automatski prijevod s engleskog)

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Wow you translated to Bosnian just to make a post?

Respect bro!

I think best thing would be, give back scammed money to people who lost so much crypto on this ponzi.

Chinese authorities plan to liquidate the confiscated “coins” under existing laws. PlusToken was one of the largest ever Ponzi scheme.

Of course it would be the best for the scammed people. Unfortunately it often doesn’t happen that way. At least, in the “West”, when there are big fines levied on some entities because of some wrongdoing, it usually does not end up compensating the people who were affected :frowning: Here, they are supposed to have seized the assets, so maybe they are going to return them, but it really isn’t sure. Of course, it is what you would EXPECT and what would make sense. In a FAIR world :wink:

Ok, so here we go! Maybe they will then give Yuans to people scammed, but that’s not even sure.
I’m just thinking, this is happening now? Could it be related to the price drop we saw recently? Or maybe it’s just a coincidence (I don’t know if they already started to liquidate, maybe it’s too early. Maybe not)

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From what i saw, there is possiblity that this price drop had something to do with this case.

Like you said, we are not in fair world, so anything can happen.

I see scenario where gov will payback in FIAT and keep the crypto for it self :wink:

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