US federal agencies allegedly searched Microsoft's Michigan-based science and technology centre during a crypto-related investigation last month, Wood-TV local media reported on January 5,
According to Wood-TV, Chris Boden, the founder of the Geek group, has published a live YouTube live broadcast on Saturday night, since it was deleted. Boden allegedly claimed that his most senior non-profit office was searched on December 21 by members of the Federal Bureau of Investments and the Ministry of Homeland Security (DHS). That computer and other equipment were taken from his office.
Wood-TV reported that Boden stated that he "traded a crypto-currency without the appropriate approval".
The founder also believes he faces federal jail and court fees up to $ 100,000.
Boden today on Facebook, January 6, announced that it would release a public release in the open Google Docs, which reads as follows:
"By the advice of a legal advisor, I will not comment on the current government investigation."
Last month, Coinflux, chief executive officer of the largest coding exchange in Romania, was reportedly arrested under US trusteeship, organised crime and money laundering.
In August, the South Korean police searched the offices of a local company. Allegedly the crypto-cryptographic scam promised investors the prey of a sunken Russian warship.