Crypto CEO Pleads Guilty in $21 Billion Fraud Scheme

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By Rob Lenihan The founder and CEO of Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure admits to using some of the company’s ICO money to pay bills for his Hawaii condominium. The founder and CEO of Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure Services is facing up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to securities fraud for his role in a scheme involving the cryptocurrency investment platform’s initial coin offering that raised about $21 million, federal officials said. Luring Investors With Big PromisesMichael Alan Stollery, 54, of Reseda, Calif., touted the company as a cryptocurrency investment opportunity…