‘Cryptoqueen’ Now on FBI’s List & NFTs Coming To Facebook! [Crypto Espresso 07.1.22 ]

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• ‘Cryptoqueen’ Now on FBI’s List of 10 Most-Wanted Fugitives — $100,000 Reward Offered

Ruja Ignatova, who is originally from Germany, vanished in 2017 after she bugged an apartment belonging to her boyfriend and discovered he was cooperating with an FBI investigation.

https://coinmarketcap.com/alexandria/article/cryptoqueen-now-on-fbi-s-list-of-10-most-wanted-fugitives-100-000-reward-offered

• NFT Rug Pulls, Dodgy ICOs, Crypto Ponzis: U.S. Charges Six People over Four Suspicious Projects

“These cases serve as a crucial reminder that some con artists hide behind trendy buzzwords, but at the end of the day they are simply seeking to separate people from their money.”

https://coinmarketcap.com/alexandria/article/nft-rug-pulls-dodgy-icos-crypto-ponzis-u-s-charges-six-people-over-four-suspicious-projects

• New Charges over One of Biggest Scams in Bitcoin’s History

Mirror Trading International has been charged with a $1.7 billion fraud — and it’s claimed that the company misappropriated 29,000 BTC that was pooled from thousands of investors worldwide.

https://coinmarketcap.com/alexandria/article/new-charges-over-one-of-biggest-scams-in-bitcoin-s-history

• Revealed: Screenshots Show What NFTs Will Look Like on Facebook

The images suggest NFT collectors will be able to connect their wallets to Facebook, share posts featuring their favorite images, and even add a “digital collectibles” tab to their profile.

https://coinmarketcap.com/alexandria/article/revealed-screenshots-show-what-nfts-will-look-like-on-facebook

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