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SEC Slams HyperVerse Founders for Crypto Fraud and Raising $2B in Ponzi Scheme

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]CoinspeakerSEC Slams HyperVerse Founders for Crypto Fraud and Raising B in Ponzi Scheme As per the SEC, Chunga individually accumulated approximately .7 million from investors' funds, spending it on personal luxuries like a BMW, designer clothing, and a .2 million residence in Maryland. SEC Slams HyperVerse Founders for Crypto Fraud and Raising B in Ponzi Scheme

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SEC Slams HyperVerse Founders for Crypto Fraud and Raising $2B in Ponzi Scheme

As per the SEC, Chunga individually accumulated approximately $3.7 million from investors' funds, spending it on personal luxuries like a BMW, designer clothing, and a $1.2 million residence in Maryland.

SEC Slams HyperVerse Founders for Crypto Fraud and Raising $2B in Ponzi Scheme

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