Konstantin Ignatov is facing a maximum prison sentence of 90 years, but the court deferred sentencing without imposing a future date.
A Singaporean man has been fined close to $72,000 for his role in promoting multi-billion OneCoin scam. His efforts led to the recruitment of over 1,000 people.
Mark Scott argues that the government has failed to prove that he was involved in bank fraud, instead pointing the blame to his accomplice Gilbert Armenta.
Mark Scott, the lawyer accused of having laundered hundreds of millions of dollars for the OneCoin scam, will be sentenced in July for medical reasons.
The plaintiff Donald Berdeaux missed two consecutive deadlines for reporting to the court, risking the $4 billion lawsuit being thrown out.
After OneCoin made off with billions of dollars, one of its former top-ranking earners has reinvented it under a new name – OneLink and is targeting investors
Another OneCoin leader has been criminally indicted, and the judge handling the class action suit is fed up of the plaintiffs.
The New York Southern District Court has approved a motion submitted by the U.S. government to adjourn sentencing for Konstantin Ignatov.
Mark Scott was convicted on charges of laundering as much as $400 million on behalf of the allegedly fraudulent digital currency scheme.
Despite a global crackdown on the OneCoin scam, the company is still alive and luring investors. It’s scheduled to hold a conference in Japan on Feb 22.