Canadian Police Freezes Assets of FUEL Token Issuers due to Alleged $22 Million Fraud
Canadian Police Freezes Assets of FUEL Token Issuers due to Alleged $22 Million Fraud
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Apr 02 2019    01:00 AM

Canadian Police Freezes Assets of FUEL Token Issuers due to Alleged $22 Million Fraud Canadian police have frozen assets of the founders of blockchain consulting firm Vanbex, which raised $22 million in an alleged fraudulent initial coin offering (ICO). The development was reported in a court document released on March 14. According to the document,

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