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2 Chinese OTC Traders Accused of Illicitly Raising Bitcoin by Promising Interest

The Cointelegraph Wednesday, 22 May 2019
2 Chinese OTC Traders Accused of Illicitly Raising Bitcoin by Promising InterestTwo Chinese over-the-counter crypto trading chat groups administrators have been accused of illicitly collecting bitcoin for running a loan scheme
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