Continuing our story of the recent Israeli-FBI-led raid on a crypto and FX investment fraud headquarters in Tel-Aviv that resulted in 26 arrests, two of the perps’ names have been revealed. These are Guy Grinberg and Snir Moshe Hananya.
Hananya seems to be a more private citizen with no real spotlight shine on him, whereas Grinberg turned out to be a well-known Israeli businessman and an entrepreneur in technology.
According to reliable sources, Grinberg is the owner of the social media platform Koolanoo, which is actually used by some major global media platforms. His Linkedin profile reveals that he is also a Vice President of Business Development to a currently undisclosed FX company, and has been holding this position since 2015. Moreover, as part of the investment fraud, it was revealed that Grinberg was looking to hire forex sales and retention experts on his social media profile.
The court filings for the case now have the two names of the arrestees, and all are expecting remand hearings, as disclosed by The Times of Israel.
The identity of the other 24 suspects remains undisclosed.
It has come to our attention that joining the FBI and Israeli police in the investigation is the National Police of Ukraine, adding weight to the predicament.