The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday indicted three associates of the crypto firm Bitcoin 2 Jane, who allegedly defrauded investors of ারের 11.4 million via 2018 B2G tokens with the infamous paddle of actor Steven Seagal.
Christian Karstik, founder of Bitcoin to Zen and Start Options, and John Dimier, founder of the company, have accused Dimer’s collaborator Robin Enos of violating federal security laws during the 2013 uprising, “helping and consequently.” SEC. The parallel case filed on Monday also alleges criminal fraud against Dimer.
The trio told Bitcoin2Zen investors to distribute Ethereum-based tokens as SEC claims do not exist. They allege that they promoted misleading brochures among 460 investors to whom they had promised “mineral” and “business-worthy” digital tokens – B2G – funds that they would never return.
Bitcoin to Zen also praised the blessings of actor Steven Siegel, who identified Cristic and Dimmer (under a pseudonym) as “brand ambassadors” instead of the $ 120,000 revenue promoter for pumping B2G. Seagull, unnamed in Somal Suite Settlement Related charges last February.
The allegations brought the regulator’s ICO crackdown into its second presidential administration. Regulators first began falsifying allegations of ICO projects during the administration of then-President Trump, but under Biden’s party, the trend seems ready to continue.