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Bermuda crypto firm Arbitrade's '$14B gold bullion provider' sued for fraud in US

July 11, 2019 by David Marchant

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Utah-domiciled Scotia International of Nevada Inc. a.k.a. SION, which is part of a group that Bermuda cryptocurrency firm Arbitrade claims provided it with $14 billion of gold bullion, and its president, Max Barber, are being sued in the United States over an unrelated alleged $4 million securities fraud.

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