The Federal Bureau of Investigation is reaching out to help Investors who fell for the Bitconnect Ponzi Scheme and their initial coin offering.
The FBI is seeking victims who invested in the cryptocurrency Bitconnect coin (BCC), which raised money via an initial coin offering back in November 2016. As well all know Bitconnect faced its demise after the U.S. state-level securities regulators issued public letters warning investors of the Ponzi Scheme nature of Bitconnect and the processes that investor participated in on their site.
Bitconnect could only be purchased through their exchange and website. After the team behind Bitconnect closed down the exchange, the coin fell in value drastically. At one point it had a market cap of 2.5 billion USD. After it’s demise, the BCC coin was nearly worthless.
The Cleveland FBI has opened up a questionnaire to help catalog individuals who were victim to the Bticonnect ICO and scam. To fill it out visit this link here:
The information you provide will help label you as an investor/victim to the Bitconnect scandal. The FBI may contact you afterward for further assistance and assessment.