Thailand. The police has recently arrested a 27-year-old man who seem to beat Bitcoin to the value of 24 million US dollars. With the money actually, company should be acquired of what happened but never.
As reported by the Bangkok Post, has recently been arrested in the district of Chatuchak in Bangkok, the 27-year-old Jiratpisit “Boom” Jaravijit. Jaravijit just visited the film shooting in a nearby cinema centre, when he was arrested. Him and six other Suspects are accused of having funds from investors. Among the Suspects is also his older brother and his sister. The Finnish Investor Aarni Otava Saarimaa had him displayed in the month-on-month due to the misappropriation of its assets to the value of 24 million US dollars. The authorities accuse Jaravijit also money laundering, which he denies.
The Criminal from Thailand have promised to the investors to purchase shares on your behalf several companies that have allegedly invested in the Dragon Coin. The investors have also received no dividend. In addition, they were invited to any General meeting of the shareholders. The Deposit was exchanged by the Criminals in Bitcoin. Presumably, the money trail to blur and complicate the investigations by the authorities. According to a special police unit called the Crime Suppression Division (CSD) have also invested in the company in question never money in the Dragon Coin (DRG), with headquarters in the British virgin Islands. On the return of the investor’s questions, the Suspect must have answered always evasive. According to CSD, the Bitcoin Wallets of the Criminals were converted into the Thai currency, the Baht, later on, their own Bank accounts to transfer.
Thailand paves currencies the way for Crypto
In Thailand the traffic lights on Green, the Central Bank for the banks the way for a legal use of crypto-currencies are on the subject of Bitcoin & co. currently. The seller of crypto-currencies will have to register but according to the new regulation at the Thai authorities. In the case of infringement, the legal consequences for the criminal.