Nicolas Truglia, the infamous cryptocurrency con-man already arrested for stealing $1 million in digital assets, is now being sued for a further $81 million by another one of his victims. Court documents allege Truglia worked with a crew of 25 unnamed individuals to steal $24 million in cryptocurrency from Michael Terpin, an early Bitcoin investor, reports the Register. Terpin is also reportedly suing AT&T for $224 million, citing gross negligence that led to his financial loss. In total, Truglia’s gang is believed to have stolen $80 million in digital assets from Terpin and other high-profile cryptocurrency owners before authorities caught up with… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin
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