Beware of Christopher Hamilton & OneCoin – Review

The charge against Christopher Hamilton for using OneCoin to launder money has been made public.

Hamilton’s indictment, which was first filed in March 2019, lists two counts of fraud.

According to his indictment, Hamilton and Robert MacDonald worked together to help OneCoin hide more than $100 million.

Hamilton (on the right) and MacDonald set up their transfers so that “the nature, location, source, ownership, and control of the proceeds were hidden and disguised.”

In other words, it was a typical way to hide money.

In one OneCoin transaction, Hamilton and MacDonald sent about $40 million from China to the US. This was called wire fraud.

Instead of sending the money to OneCoin’s bank accounts, Hamilton and MacDonald sent it to

Hamilton and MacDonald had bank accounts in other Asian and European countries that they were in charge of.

One company that Hamilton and MacDonald made and used was Viola Money, which was also used by the Ponzi scheme Omega Pro, which just went bankrupt.

In 2020, Money Hamilton started Blukite Group Limited as a follow-up to his work on Viola. It’s not clear if the Blukite Group was also used to wash money for Ponzi schemes.

The DOJ brought charges against Hamilton and MacDonald because they helped OneCoin scam customers.

one count of plotting to do wire fraud and one count of plotting to launder money.
Back in 2019, Hamilton and MacDonald were arrested in the UK. The US asked for Hamilton’s extradition but only got him moved.

On humanitarian grounds, MacDonald was allowed to appeal against being sent to prison.

McDonald takes care of his “extremely sick” wife, who has progressive multiple sclerosis. He has said that he wants to kill himself if he is extradited, which the judge says is “clear and sincere.”

As of August 2022, the US had not yet taken Hamilton back. After his indictment and criminal case were made public, Hamilton is thought to have been sent to prison.

Still, I couldn’t find him as a BOP prisoner. Hamilton’s status is still unknown until it is clear that he has been sent back to the United States.

Hamilton could go to prison for up to 40 years if he is found guilty. He will also have to give up the OneCoin he stole. The charge against Christopher Hamilton for using OneCoin to launder money has been made public.

Hamilton’s indictment, which was first filed in March 2019, lists two counts of fraud.

According to his indictment, Hamilton and Robert MacDonald worked together to help OneCoin hide more than $100 million.

Hamilton (on the right) and MacDonald set up their transfers so that “the nature, location, source, ownership, and control of the proceeds were hidden and disguised.”

In other words, it was a typical way to hide money.

In one OneCoin transaction, Hamilton and MacDonald sent about $40 million from China to the US. This was called wire fraud.

Instead of sending the money to OneCoin’s bank accounts, Hamilton and MacDonald sent it to

Hamilton and MacDonald had bank accounts in other Asian and European countries that they were in charge of.

One company that Hamilton and MacDonald made and used was Viola Money, which was also used by the Ponzi scheme Omega Pro, which just went bankrupt.

In 2020, Money Hamilton started Blukite Group Limited as a follow-up to his work on Viola. It’s not clear if the Blukite Group was also used to wash money for Ponzi schemes.

The DOJ brought charges against Hamilton and MacDonald because they helped OneCoin scam customers.

one count of plotting to do wire fraud and one count of plotting to launder money.
Back in 2019, Hamilton and MacDonald were arrested in the UK. The US asked for Hamilton’s extradition but only got him moved.

On humanitarian grounds, MacDonald was allowed to appeal against being sent to prison.

McDonald takes care of his “extremely sick” wife, who has progressive multiple sclerosis. He has said that he wants to kill himself if he is extradited, which the judge says is “clear and sincere.”

As of August 2022, the US had not yet taken Hamilton back. After his indictment and criminal case were made public, Hamilton is thought to have been sent to prison.

Still, I couldn’t find him as a BOP prisoner. Hamilton’s status is still unknown until it is clear that he has been sent back to the United States.

Hamilton could go to prison for up to 40 years if he is found guilty. He will also have to give up the OneCoin he stole.

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