In May of this year, the SEC filed a lawsuit against five people suspected of promoting BitConnect. The SEC believes that BitConnect is an unregistered digital asset securities product, and the program has raised more than $2 billion from retail investors through the promoter network. BitConnect is a cryptocurrency investment plan with the characteristics of a Ponzi scheme launched in 2017. Its token BCC was one of the 20 most valuable cryptocurrencies at the time, with a market value of more than 2.6 billion U.S. dollars. In September, the founder of BitConnect, Glenn Arcaro, admitted to participating in a fraud scheme, which was allegedly amounting to US$2 billion.
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