The list of websites that Lithuania has prohibited now includes Skyway Capital.
According to the Bank of Lithuania, securities fraud is the stated justification for the prohibition.
The BoL included the following entities in an update on May 18 to its “list of entities lacking the right to provide financial (including investment) services in Lithuania”:
The First Skyway Invest Group LTD. and Skyway Capital
The following Skyway Capital-related domains are blocked in Lithuania by the BoL’s blacklist of securities fraud:
salt. Tilda. ws, switch.Tilda. ws, and sky-way.lt
All of them are a part of the identical Ponzi scam operating in Russia as of late 2021, which is now known as Unitsky String Technologies.
Previously known as “Skyway Capital,” it has been renamed “Sky World Community.”
After the rebranding, Unitsky String Technologies has kept up the pretense that it and the other shell firms it owns are separate frauds.
Yunitsky Anatoly is the owner of Unitsky String Technologies, Sky World Community, Skyway Capital, and its derivatives.
Anatoly is a citizen of Russia who may have connections to Belarus. As of now, Anatoly and his Ponzi scheme have not been subject to any action by Russian authorities.
Andrey Khovratov, Anatoly’s former criminal associate, wasn’t as fortunate.
According to SimilarWeb, the top two countries sending traffic to Sky World Community’s main website are now Russia (36%) and Uzbekistan (26%).
The three countries that send the most visitors to Unitsky String Technologies’ website are South Africa (15%), Italy (27%), and Belarus (51%).