The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has filed a lawsuit against two defendants accused of bitcoin fraud on September 28 (local time). They pretend to be CFTC inspectors and have taken away the cryptograms.
According to the CFTC chief filed with the Texas federal district court, they managed a company in Texas, and in January of last year, they cheated on at least two investors and invited them to invest through emails and Facebook. The CFTC pointed out that these defendants were disguised as CFTC investigators. He also said he used fake archives as part of the fraud. The CFTC is in charge of tax collection, but two of them have tried to levy a tax on investors’ cryptographic accounts as a CFTC investigator.
Through its director, the CFTC requires investors to be indemnified for damages, fines, confiscation due to illegal gain, indefinite transaction and registration, as well as indefinite prohibition on violation of the CFTC Commodity Transactions Law. For more information, please click here .