Unveiling of the lavish penthouse bought from “boss” Ruja Ignatova with fraudulent money from Ponzi OneCoin
Ponzi Onecoin continues to cause a stir when reports from a German trial reveal that the missing cryptoque Ruja Ignatova bought a London penthouse worth $ 18.2 million with the proceeds from Onecoin. This is the result of the Münster court from the trial against Martin Breidenbach, Ignatova’s German lawyer, who is accused of money laundering.
According to a recent report by the BBC, Ruja bought a penthouse in London through a mailbox company. The report highlights that Martin Breidenbach, Ruja’s German attorney, is on trial in Munster, Germany along with two others over Onecoin money laundering allegations. Reports published years ago show that Breidenbach began working on Onecoin in 2014 and is now accused of money laundering after transferring $ 23 million.
The lawyer worked for the law firm Breidenbach Rechtsanwälte. And according to many witnesses, the lawyer is said to have been director of Onecoin Limited (Gibraltar) for eight months in 2015 and apparently a partner of Cryptoreal RSB Central GmbH (Switzerland). Breidenbach’s experiment, together with the findings of British author, BBC journalist and podcast host of Missing Cryptoqueen, Jamie Bartlett, shows that Ruja really enjoys it.
Cryptoqueen Ruja Ignatova’s 18.2 million US dollar penthouse in London
The four-bedroom luxury apartment reportedly hides an array of exquisite works of art, including a rare piece by Andy Warhol. These assets were bought by a mailbox company called Cryptoqueen in 2016.
According to reports, Cryptoqueen stayed in the luxury apartment in 2016 but did not spend much time there. The owner of this penthouse is Abbots House Penthouse Limited. Meanwhile, Ruja has been missing since 2017 and, despite global search efforts, she is still not negative. Onecoin is considered to be one of the greatest crypto-related Ponzi projects of all time and also the first.
In 2014, the German law firm Breidenbach Rechtsanwälte legalized the idea that Onecoin is a cryptocurrency, although it has no blockchain or similarity to a blockchain technology.
“Most countries have recognized cryptocurrencies as a real commodity that their citizens can hold and trade. From our point of view, Onecoin is a legitimate product that is limited to 2.1 coins. ”
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