Before being stolen allegedly, Yarmolenko taught Zard about cryptocurrencies and did business himself. According to the prosecution document filed by attorney Giora Hazan, Zard was in the possession of the key of the apartment of Yaromenko’s and there was access to the residence in the absence of Yermonko.
According to the report, coins were present in Yarmango’s wallet until March 1, when the price of the dash was $ 82.5 per unit. Prosecutors claim that at the beginning of the month, the defendant had used the alleged victim’s computer to steal credentials for a Dash stealing crypto pocket.
At this point, Zard allegedly stole the contents of Yarkenko’s wallet – either with the help of himself or unspecified others – and sent them to their own four wallets. In the end, the report specifies that in the aggressive circumstances of the Zard accusations of theft, money laundering and the entry of a computer to commit a crime.
As recently reported, the Manhattan district attorney has reportedly lent millions of dollars to a group of individuals allegedly selling drugs and Bitcoin (BTC).
Also, at the beginning of the current month, a 33-year-old Danish man has been sentenced to four years and three months in prison for fined more than $ 450,000 in Bitcoin.