The three are the first to stand trial in Europe over the $4 billion digital asset pyramid scheme, as reports claim Ruja was tipped off before she vanished.
Christopher Hamilton attempted to delay the extradition to the United States, claiming that his crimes happened mostly in Britain—but the judge was having none of it.
'Crypto Queen' Ruja Ignatova and her digital asset empire are the focus of the FBI's latest talk as the agency continues to highlight the dangers of investing in the market.
The FBI added OneCoin leader Ruja Ignatova aka ‘The Missing Cryptoqueen,’ to its Top 10 Most Wanted list, and the bureau is also offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to her arrest.
German authorities are investigating OneCoin founder Ruja Ignatova’s husband Bjorn Strehl with reports of raids in Frankfurt and several other cities, according to reports.
Mana Jumuang and his co-conspirators, who were allegedly affiliated with OneCoin, claimed to be running stores and selling goods such as cars, houses, and gold on the trading platform, authorities said.
The investors dismissed their claims against some of the top brass at OneCoin as well as Bank of New York Mellon voluntarily after settling with Ruja Ignatova.
A British lawyer has filed a request for Seychelles authorities to probe transactions related to 230,000 BTC that have been linked to the country and to OneCoin.
OneCoin’s fugitive founder Ruja Ignatova and financier Gilbert Armenta were found by a judge to be in default of the case, after failing to respond to official requests.
Karl Sebastian Greenwood faces charges of money laundering and securities fraud, in connection with his alleged role in the cryptocurrency scam.
Konstantin Ignatova had been due for sentencing on July 8, which at the time was extended for a period of a further four months.