• Ruja Ignatova, better known as the “Cryptoqueen”, might have been a subject of a gruesome murder in 2018.
• Secret police documents seen by Bulgarian media outlets revealed that the notorious Ruja Ignatova might have been brutally murdered over four years ago.
• She is the founder of the fraudulent scheme OneCoin and was last spotted in Greece in 2017.
Was FBI’s Most Wanted „Cryptoqueen“ Brutally Murdered? (Report)
The notorious Ruja Ignatova, better known as the „Cryptoqueen,“ might have been a subject of a gruesome murder back in 2018. Secret police documents seen by Bulgarian media outlets reveal that she could have been brutally murdered over four years ago.
Who Was The Cryptoqueen?
Ruja Ignatova is best known for being the founder of the fraudulent scheme OneCoin and was last spotted in Greece in 2017. Her cryptocurrency project OneCoin scammed millions of people between 2014 and 2016, reportedly stealing over $4 billion from victims.
Alleged Murder Suspect
Rumors suggest that her assassination was ordered by local drug lord Hristoforos Amanatidis („Taki“). He allegedly chopped her body and threw her remains in the Ionian sea. „Taki“ is rumored to be a leader of a criminal gang and one of the drug kingpins in East Europe who controls his affairs from abroad since he relocated from Bulgaria more than a decade ago.
What Happened To Her?
The whereabouts of Ruja Ignatova remain unknown since she disappeared shortly after authorities started investigating her fraud case. Some coverages believe she is hiding somewhere while others suggest that she has already passed away back in November 2018.
Inclusion In The FBI’s List Of ‚Ten Most Wanted Fugitives‘
Ignatova is included on the FBI’s list of “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” due to her involvement with OneCoin scheme which defrauded millions of people out billions of dollars worldwide.