According to a recent letter filed by Mark Scott’s counsel, the OneCoin co-conspirator is trying to get his sentencing postponed until the 21st of April.
The crypto space is filled with reports of scams, most of which took place back in the days when Bitcoin was surging towards its all-time high of $20,000. One fraud that started in 2016, slightly before the famous surge, involved a company called OneCoin, whose conspirators were since arrested and put on trial.
The co-conspirator, Mark Scott, was already convicted back on November 21st, 2019. The court found him guilty on two counts — conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and the conspiracy to commit money laundering. All that remains is for him to be sentenced, which was supposed to take place on February 21st of this year.
However, before that happens, the court has given him time…
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