Hong Kong: Purported Bitcoin Millionaire Reportedly Arrested After Making It ‘Rain Cash’

An alleged Bitcoin (BTC) mogul has been captured in Hong Kong subsequent to “making it rain money” in the city, nearby English-dialect news outlet the Shanghaiist gave an account of Dec. 17.

On Sunday, a swathe of 100-Hong Kong dollar notes were diverted from a rooftop in Sham Shui Po, one of the poorest Hong Kong neighborhoods. Wong Ching-unit, a nearby digital money lover, implied Bitcoin mogul, and business person who claims the Epoch Cryptocurrency site, is apparently accepted to be in charge of the trick.

In a video posted on Epoch’s Facebook page, he is seen asking “does anybody trust that cash can tumble from the sky?” before cash begins tumbling from a high working behind him.

In a video posted on Epoch’s Facebook page, he is seen asking “does anybody trust that cash can tumble from the sky?” before cash begins tumbling from a high working behind him.

As per Shanghaiist, the man was in this way captured by neighborhood police, apparently before playing out another exposure stunt. Shanghaiist reports that he was confined for “muddled direct in an open place” while live-gushing with a heap of money in his grasp.

Leo Weese, an individual from the neighborhood crypto network, tweeted that Ching-pack isn’t a Bitcoin tycoon yet is rather “running a pyramid-like plan.” The police purportedly guarantee to have just recuperated 6,000 Hong Kong dollars ($767) while “a prevalent Twitter post claims, nonsensically, that ‘100’s of a large number of HKD’ was dropped from the housetop.”

In May 2018, coordinators of a blockchain meeting in China were exposed to unforgiving analysis after they orchestrated an execution including a Mao Zedong impersonator. A performing artist wearing a dim Mao suit gave a discourse in the style of the Chairman, wishing accomplishment to the group of onlookers in a highlight from Mao’s introduction to the world area of Hunan, announcing:

“You are deserving of being known as the incredible children and little girls of the Chinese country, and I thank you for the sake of Mao Zedong.”

The coordinators apparently infringed upon a law forbidding the utilization of the picture of any past or present pioneer in special exercises and TV promotions.

Prior that equivalent month, a Ukrainian beginning coin offering (ICO) exposure stunt on Mount Everest brought about the passing of a sherpa. Informal community ASKfm supported “crypto fans” to climb Mount Everest and place a Ledger wallet holding 500,000 in ASKfm tokens at the pinnacle. The sherpa kicked the bucket amid the plunge.

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