Morris Coin cryptocurrency cheating case: ED attaches over Rs 3 cr assets of the company
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has taken action against Morris Coin, a cryptocurrency company, in a cheating case. The ED has attached assets worth over Rs 3 crore belonging to the company.
Morris Coin is a cryptocurrency company that was accused of cheating investors by promising high returns on their investments. The company claimed to have a unique trading algorithm that would generate significant profits for its investors.
The ED launched an investigation into the company after receiving multiple complaints from investors who had lost their money. The investigation revealed that Morris Coin was operating a Ponzi scheme, where new investors’ money was used to pay off older investors.
The ED has attached assets worth over Rs 3 crore belonging to Morris Coin. These assets include bank accounts, properties, and luxury vehicles owned by the company and its promoters.
The attachment of assets by the ED will help in recovering the investors’ money that was lost in the cheating case. It sends a strong message to other fraudulent cryptocurrency companies and serves as a warning to potential investors.
The ED’s action against Morris Coin is a significant step towards combating cryptocurrency fraud. It highlights the need for stricter regulations in the cryptocurrency industry to protect investors from such scams.