62 Arrested In Connection to $2 Billion Turkish Crypto Exchange Fraud As Founder Flees Turkey
Massive arrests have been made by the Turkish police in connection to the major Turkish crypto exchange case as $2 billion in crypto was stolen from its clients
As reported by Bloomberg, law-enforcement agencies have arrested sixty-two suspects in almost ten Turkish cities, including the capital Istanbul with sixteen more still on the loose.
The arrests were made after the founder of the major Turkish crypto exchange, Thodex, Faruk Fatih Ozer, fled the country taking a whopping $2 billion of his customers’ money along with him.
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