Sergei Mavrodi was the founder of MMM, a Russian company that perpetuated one of the world’s largest ponzi schemes of all time during the 1990s. Around 5 to 40 million people lost up to $10 billion. Its founder was eventually found guilty of defrauding 10,000 investors of $4.3 million and sentenced to four and a half years in a penal colony.
At one point, Mavrodi was elected to the State Duma, thereby obtaining parliamentary immunity. He used the support of defrauded investors, for whom he had promised to start a pay back program. His immunity was nullified in October of 1995. Mavrodi declared MMM bankrupt on December 22, 1997, and was on the run until his arrest in 2003.
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And pay for these coins may be using different payment systems, including international ones.
You would think after being arrested, that he would get the message. I guess scammers do not know when to give up. There has to be more behind his motivation than the money. Exhibiting a recidivist nature, I doubt Madrovi will earn anything tangible from his ponzi scheme. Maybe there is a thrill for him in some twisted way. Bitcoin has provided him another avenue for continuing his hobby.