32,000 crore fraud, included in FBI’s top most wanted list, 80 lakh bounty on head; Know who is Cryptoquine Ruja Ignatova

‘Cryptoquine’ Dr. Ruja Ignatova

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The FBI has announced a reward of one lakh dollars to anyone who gives information about Rusa Ignatova. The agency says that Ruja’s company OneCoin has carried out frauds of about Rs 32,000 crore worldwide.

Dr. Ruja Ignatova, popularly known as ‘Cryptoquine’ (Ruja Ignatova) But there is an allegation of fraud of about 32 thousand crore rupees. The 42-year-old Ruja, a resident of Bulgaria, has been included in the list of top most wanted people by the US investigative agency FBI. Along with this, the agency has announced a reward of one lakh dollars to anyone who gives information about Rusa Ignatova. The agency says that Ruja’s company OneCoin (OneCoin) Has carried out a fraud of about Rs 32,000 crore worldwide.

Let us tell you that Ruja founded the OneCoin company in the year 2014. The US agency FBI has said that Ruza is on the run since 2017. Anyone providing information leading to his arrest will be given a reward of one lakh dollars. The FBI believes that this will make it easier to catch her. According to the Forbes report, Ruza is the 11th woman in the FBI’s list of ten top most wanted fugitives in its 72-year history. On behalf of the FBI, it has been said that the general public can also help in catching Ruja Ignatova.

Ruja founded OneCoin Limited in 2014

‘Cryptoquin’ Ruja founded OneCoin Limited in 2014. After this he started bringing a currency named ‘Bitcoin Killer’ in the market. According to media reports, Ignatova raised a large amount of money from investors. Many of these investors did not fully understand how to invest in cryptocurrencies as Ruja claimed in each of his seminars that OneCoin would surpass even Bitcoin, the world’s number one cryptocurrency, in the future. People from different countries of the world invested in his company due to his bluff.

Over 3 million investors from over 100 countries

Ruja’s company used to work all over the world. His company had over 3 million investors from over 100 countries. During the investigation, records revealed that between the fourth quarter of 2014 and the third quarter of 2016, OneCoin made sales of about 27,000 thousand crores. During this his company earned a profit of about 18,000 thousand crores. Let us inform that 8 cases including fraud are registered against Ruja Ignatova. Ruja claimed that the value of OneCoin cryptocurrency is based on market supply and demand.

Ruja was last traced in Athens

It was also said on behalf of ‘Cryptoquin’ that the value of OneCoin is increasing continuously. As of January 2019, the value of OneCoin has gone up from Rs 41 to about Rs 2,464 per coin. But in reality it was not so. The value of OneCoin was determined internally by Ignatova and her co-conspirators. At the same time, Ruza went underground when news spread that OneCoin did not have blockchain technology (a digital ledger that identifies currency and records its historical transactions). Let us tell you that Ruja was last traced to Athens, when she caught a flight from Bulgaria to Greece. Since then nothing is known about him.