Most Wanted ‘Cryptoqueen’, Galaxy’s Buyback, Delayed CBDC + More News

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Crime news

  • Ruja Ignatova, the founder of the Ponzi scheme OneCoin, has been added to Europe’s list of most wanted fugitives by the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol). The so-called ‘Cryptoqueen’ is suspected of being the “driving force and intellectual inventor” of OneCoin, which “induced investors all over the world to invest in this actually worthless currency,” per the listing. Also, a reward of up to EUR 5,000 (USD 5,200) is offered to any crucial information leading to an arrest of the perpetrator.

Investment news

  • Investment management company Galaxy Digital announced it has received approval from its Board of Directors to submit a notice to the Toronto Stock Exchange in order to purchase up to approximately 10.6m ordinary shares (10% of the company’s public float).
  • Crypto software platform Exodus reported first-quarter revenue of USD 15.4m, a decrease of 35% year-over-year from…


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