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.
OneCoin investors accused BNY Mellon of processing several transactions for Mark Scott, the lawyer alleged to have led the money laundering efforts for the scam.
In a letter to the New York Southern District Court, prosecutors sought to forfeit some of Scott’s bank accounts as well as specific properties and assets.
Amer Abdulaziz Salman was named as one of those who benefitted from the $4 billion OneCoin digital currency scam.
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.