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31 March: Sergey Mavrodi had a closed casket funeral


Sergey Mavrodi, a well-known figure in Russia, reported dying of heart attack on 26th March in Moscow. His biography can be easily found in Wikipedia.

Being one of the most controversial figures in the 90s, he was the biggest Russian scam artist. He is the person, who made Ponzi scheme so famous these days. Some say, he was the “new age prophet” with his famous words:

Financial apocalypse is inevitable.

But how is he related to cryptocurrencies?

MMM (Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox) former Russian company, the world’s largest Ponzi schemes of all time, was reopened in 2011 as MMM Global, operated in South Africa, Nigeria, China, Zimbabwe, Ghana, India, Thailand, Philippines, Japan, Australia, Turkey, Kenya and Brazil and still operating in some of the countries above.

31 March: Sergey Mavrodi had a closed casket funeral - Coinatory

MMM Global created Republic of Bitcoin that promised 100% bonus per month. Later on, it was reported that MMM Global Can No Longer Sustain ‘Republic of Bitcoin’ Scheme.

At least three projects used the name of Sergey Mavrodi:

All scammers tend to create fake accounts on social networks, like this twitter account, for example, and scam people using the fame of Sergey.

Sergey himself constantly told that the only official source of information is where he called scammers.

Currently MMM Global and similar companies are experiencing huge growth as they are accepting cryptocurrencies as unregulated investments.

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