A Virtual Currency Money Laundering Case Involving 80 Million Yuan Has Been Cracked in Inner Mongolia

Abstract : A money-laundering scheme involving more than 80 million yuan (about $12.39 million) has been uncovered in Baotou, North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

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Sep 02

September 2 (ChainDD) A money-laundering scheme involving more than 80 million yuan (about $12.39 million) has been uncovered in Baotou, North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and two suspects were arrested, according to China News Service.

According to the two suspects, they used the money defrauded by Wu (a fugitive abroad) in the telecom and Internet fraud to buy virtual currency, and then provided the virtual currency to Wu, earning commissions based on the amount of virtual money they purchased. After investigation, it was found that the funds they provided for the crime amounted to more than 80 million yuan.

At present, the two suspects have been detained in accordance with the law, and the case is under further investigation.

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