US gov puts $5 million bounty on Venezuela’s head of crypto | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

US gov puts $5 million bounty on Venezuela’s head of crypto

The man responsible for the administration of the petro crypto, Joselit Ramírez, is wanted by the US government over allegations of money laundering and other crimes.

In brief
ICE and US Homeland Security have added Venezuela's crypto chief to its list of most wanted fugitives.
The US government is offering a $5 million reward for information leading to the capture of Joselit Ramírez.
ICE alleges Ramírez has violated money laundering laws and US sanctions.
The head of Venezuela’s cryptocurrency agency is now a wanted man.

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, a division of the Department of Homeland Security, put out a bulletin today adding Joselit Ramírez, chief of the National Superintendency of Cryptoassets (Sunacrip), to its list of most wanted fugitives.

And the US government is now offering a $5 million reward to whomever offers information leading to the arrest or conviction of Ramírez, who ICE alleges has “deep political, social and economic ties to multiple alleged narcotics kingpins.” Ramírez is himself wanted for “money laundering and sanctions evasion.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

WOW, if the US government is paying that much of a bounty for info on Ramirez, this guy must really be doing a great job for the Venezuelan government!!!

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