Bitsane chief to complain to Europol over vanished millions on offline site

Former contractor denies any link to the disappeared millions at the cryptocurrency exchange

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent @aarrogan
7th July, 2019

The owners of a Dublin-based cryptocurrency exchange which vanished along with millions of euro is considering making a complaint to Europol.

Lithuanian solicitors acting on behalf of Bitsane chief executive Aidas Rupsys told The Sunday Business Post they believe a former contractor is responsible for the exchange being unreachable and they were planning to contact the European police once they had more details.

Rupsys’s lawyer said he had tried to contact the tech developer on...

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