They called her the cryptoqueen. Bulgarian-born fraudster Dr Ruja Ignatova was a jet-setting, Oxford-educated entrepreneur with her own unique cryptocurrency brand called OneCoin. It seemed like the “perfect scam”: a glamorous founder, a multi-billion-dollar con, a fake currency, a cult–like recruitment drive and a lucrative pyramid scheme, all rolled into one. Ignatova attracted huge audiences to her OneCoin lectures, convincing people to invest their life savings. By March 2017, OneCoin had attracted over $4,5bn from 175 countries. But within a few months, the mysterious Bulgarian disappeared without a trace. Ignatova is on the run from the FBI, accused of pulling off one of the biggest individual frauds in financial history. Her victims number over a million, many facing financial ruin. Will they ever find this fascinating fraudster and recover the billions she stole? Find out more at https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7668405/Inside-hunt-cryptocurrency-fraudster-vanished-without-trace.html and https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2019/nov/04/the-missing-cryptoqueen-the-hunt-for-a-multi-billion-dollar-scam-artist
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