Bitcoin scam Rs 2000 crore Amit Bhardwaj and Vivek arrested at delhi Delhi Airport
Bitcoin scam Rs 2000 crore Amit Bhardwaj and Vivek arrested at delhi Delhi Airport. Both came back from Bangkok to Delhi Amit started owning a company GB (gain bittoin) mine. There are allegations of cheating with thousands of people on it. Earlier, the Pune Police had arrested seven people related to him. They came to know that he is in Bangkok. The ED also issued a lookout notice against it. Amit Bharadwaj did the complete fraud through GainBitcoin website.
Together with 5 others, they started several companies. The purpose of this was to make money through the concept of crypto karna in the market. Both Amit and Vivek Bhardwaj kept themselves ahead as an innovator. They lured thousands of people to a strong return and invested in their company.
The rules of their business were absolutely clear. Putting this bitcoin forward, the first assures people that there is a huge return in it and later they have many types of marketing schemes in front of them. Those who are completely convinced, they themselves, as they invested, call the rest as well. This is because they had offered that any investor who joins new people will get an incentive.
Amit completed his schooling from the Central School in Delhi and later completed B.Tech from MGM Engineering College, Nanded. Amit started the High Kart.com website in the year 2013. After the launch of the website, he claimed that this is the first such online retailer, who also accepts bitcoins. This website got electronics, men’s fashion, fitness gear and home furnishings.
In March 2016, he launched the Amazon Mining and Blockchen Research Ltd. in Hong Kong. The company claimed that it has 5 percent of the world’s bitcoin. In the same year, he started the GB Miners, which was claimed to be India’s largest mining pool and the world’s fastest growing mining pool.
Earlier, the Maharashtra government had said that the Bitcoin Ponzi scheme run through the Gainbitocoin website will be examined. Home Minister Ranjit Patil had said that a lookout notice has been issued against Amit Bhardwaj, founder of the GainBitcoin in this case. He said that a case related to the scam has been filed in the police station of Nanded on 24 January 2018.