Kaiz Mohammed, also known as Superman29, was found guilty of fundraising because he was released.
According to the report, organize the activities and then proceed with the related program.
From January 2014 to November 2019, Mohammad dealt with customers directly and produced ads using bitcoin ATMs.
His financial plan at the time was estimated at $ 15 million and $ 25 million.
When Muhammad used his ATMs in 2014, he did not invest his money in spending.
According to the report, their manager did not criticize the competition and did not recommend or continue.
Financial management program. Upon joining FinCEN in July 2018, Muhammad joined his company but no longer resided in FinCEN.
After being arrested by the police, he said he knew at least about the involvement of the police.
Muhammad used heroin ATMs. These vehicles are located near petrol stations, markets and petrol stations
Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino stores allow customers to buy and sell bitcoins.
During the investigation, secret agents did not reveal much about Herocoin ATM.
Really. The apostles sent messages to Muhammad.
In August 2019, one of the undercover agents met with Muhammad and told him that he had been fined ten thousand dollars and had
his money back.
and illegal things. He deposited and accepted 1,585,92 bitcoins, but Mohamed did not sell FinCen.
Mohammad is in state prison after 30 years and has agreed to pay a fine under a criminal contract.
Money in the cryptocurrency and 17 bitcoin ATMs are in operation.