Authorities in the Central African Republic have reportedly arrested one of the alleged masterminds behind a cryptocurrency scam that left many citizens financially devastated. The suspect, Bryan Ndikum, a Cameroon national, was apprehended in Berberati. It is believed that Ndikum and his associates operated a crypto firm called Clé du Succès, which abruptly disappeared, taking with them over $1.6 million in cryptocurrency and fiat currency. While Ndikum is yet to be formally charged, it is expected that he will face fraud and breach of trust charges. The authorities suspect that Ndikum's accomplices, who are said to be Nigerians and Cameroonians, have already fled the country. The case highlights the growing issue of cryptocurrency scams in the region and raises questions about whether the individuals responsible will be held accountable for their actions. The Central African Republic has shown interest in cryptocurrency adoption in the past, but the government later repealed the decree recognizing bitcoin as legal tender.
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