If the colossal OneCoin Ponzi pyramid, historically considered the biggest crypto scam of all time, sometimes seems to belong to the distant past, its emblematic Bulgarian boss Ruzha Ignatova talk about her again in 2023. At stake, the attempt to recover her luxurious London villa.
She would almost pass Sam Bankman Friedlate-boss of FTX, for a modest small-time beanie player.
She is the high priestess of the Ponzi, the empress of the crypto and Bitcoin scam, the only and unique ex-president of OneCointhe crypto scam with $4 billion in damage and hundreds of thousands of victims, I named Ruzha Ignatova.
His ultra-bright smile and a carnivorous nothing, his jet black hair and his neat manicure adorn the premises of multiple judicial services around the world. A world that she seems to have deserted since 2017, the year her international run began.
Let us judge: permanent member of the list of the 10 most wanted fugitives in the world by the FBI, undisputed finalist of the VIPs of delinquency according to Europol criteria (or she would maintain a mole, it is not invented), prosecuted by the German justice which does not let go, while agreeing that the one who has been called the “crypto-queen” has not been found for years, even leaving some to imagine that she could have made the transition to become… a “Crypto- King”… the track record is impressive.
Untraceable, evanescent, perhaps even dead and integrated into the anonymous foundations of a building owned by one of her victims who was more vindictive than the others, Ruzha Ignatova remained resolutely untraceable...until an astonishing sign of life 48 hours ago.
God save the Crypto Queen
As we know, the former colleagues of Ruzha Ignatova are currently accountable to Justice before various jurisdictions, their lawyers trying to save them several hundred years in prison. But those of Ruzha Ignatova have apparently been charged by the latter with a completely different mission: to try to recover one of her luxurious London villas.
In any case, this is what the British newspaper tells us The Times, stating that the property in question consists of a 3-bedroom villa, valued at 13.5 million pounds sterling. Described as the “ultimate penthouse”, the 650 square meter accommodation would have a swimming pool and would be decorated “works of art worth £500,000. »
The story does not tell if Ruzha Ignatova plans to reinvest the premises as if nothing had happened, in the rather hazy hypothesis that this surreal request were to be accepted by the tax administration and the British justice. We will note in any case a disconnection with reality and an ability to try to always go a little further in the swagger with a disconcerting naturalness, a decidedly recurring trademark among crypto offenders over the years.