Indian police have arrested eight more individuals, including four cops, in relation to a crypto fraud that has reached a staggering $300 million. The scam was first discovered in September and targeted thousands of victims, including government officials and police personnel. Over 100,000 people invested in the fraudulent scheme, which involved the use of various cryptocurrencies through fake websites. What makes this fraud unique is the involvement of police personnel, with more than 1,000 officers implicated in the scheme. A comprehensive investigation is underway, led by multiple agencies and a Special Investigation Team. So far, 18 arrests have been made, but the alleged mastermind, Subhash Sharma, is still at large. The Enforcement Directorate is also investigating the involvement of five women suspected of acting as agents or promoters. India is currently experiencing a rise in elaborate crypto frauds, presenting challenges for authorities in prosecuting the perpetrators.
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