FBI’s most wanted woman: Missing Cryptoqueen Ruja Ignatova – BBC News – BBC News

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Ruja Ignatova, also known as the “missing Cryptoqueen”, has been placed on the FBI’s top 10 most wanted list.

The Bulgarian woman, believed to be in her 40s, is wanted for her alleged role in running a cryptocurrency scam known as OneCoin.

Federal investigators accuse the fugitive of using the scheme to defraud victims out of more than $4bn (£3.2bn).

She is the only woman on the FBI’s 10 most wanted list.

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