Crypto Exchange Founder Gets One Of History’s Longest Jail Sentences — 11,196 Years Behind Bars

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A Turkish court sentenced Faruk Fatih Ozer, the former head of the Thodex cryptocurrency exchange, to a staggering 11,196 years behind bars. The court’s decision, announced this Thursday, was based on multiple charges, including aggravated fraud, money laundering, and heading a criminal group, Bloomberg reported. Alongside Ozer, his two siblings also received similar jail terms. Also Read: Billionaire Reveals Portfolio – Why He’s Betting On Bitcoin, MicroStrategy And Crypto Miners This case is expected to be a major topic of discussion at the upcoming Benzinga’s Future of Digital Assets confer…

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