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CEO of porn cryptocurrency disappears with investor money

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The company, on its site on Sunday, appeared to be trying to get money back to investors — asking out-of-pocket investors to contact them “in the next 90 days.”
One investor who got a refund is still unhappy.
“[Recently] I wrote threatening to file police and FBI reports,” a second aggrieved investor told The Post. “Within hours they refunded me ethereum with a dollar amount equal to what I had contributed in early September, but since the coin has more than tripled in value since then, they kept the rest of my contribution, essentially stealing quite a lot of money from me.”
Investors had to buy FMtokens with ethereum, whose value has risen 160 percent in the last month.
A third investor claimed that Lucas appears to be actively trading on cryptocurrency exchanges.
“I’m not in the business of scamming people, or again, I wouldn’t have used my real name for the project,” Lucas wrote in a Nov. 14 chat.

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