Mutant Ape Planet creator arrested in NY for alleged $2.9M NFT 'fraud' By Cointelegraph
Aurelien Michel, 24, is charged with defrauding buyers of his non-fungible tokens. Prosecutors say he duped investors out of more than $2.9 million in cryptocurrency. Michel allegedly promised buyers of the NFTs exclusive rewards and benefits. He was arrested Wednesday at a New York airport.
Published 5 months ago
‘Mutant Ape Planet’ NFT Seller Arrested for Alleged Fraud
US prosecutors charged a French national with defrauding buyers of his “Mutant Ape Planet” non-fungible tokens, alleging he duped investors out of more than $2.9 million in cryptocurrency before his arrest Wednesday at a New York airport.
5 months ago·United StatesRead Full Article
Mutant Ape Planet creator arrested in NY for alleged $2.9M NFT ‘fraud’
Aurelien Michel, the developer of Mutant Ape Planet, has been charged with defrauding NFT investors of over $2.9 million in cryptocurrency. He was arrested in New York on Wednesday night.
5 months agoRead Full Article
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