Sky Mining CEO left with 35 million
The CEO of the Vietnamese mining company Sky Mining went into hiding with investor funds in the amount of $ 35 million.
At first, about 20 investors turned to the local police with a complaint about the theft of 600 miners, which they had come to pick up. They were also embarrassed by the fact that the company’s central office was closed. After the CEO did not get in touch for a week, they suspected him of stealing. Other Sky Mining executives claim they were not involved in this and themselves became victims.
The cloud mining service recommended investing from $ 100 to $ 5000 in mining facilities with the ability to pick them up. However, despite the loss, the official website still indicates that 1000 ASICs are currently working around the clock, and it is proposed to rent them for passive income. For the entire time of the proceedings, the general director of Le Min Tam published a 44-second video in Telegram, in which he said that he did not run away, but was being treated and would reimburse the lost funds as soon as he arrived..
While this case is being investigated, a student was arrested in the United States who stole $ 5 million in cryptocurrency, hacking SIM cards.
text: Ivan Malichenko, photo: Ganossi / Pixabay