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Tether/Bitfinex : « [CFO] Devasini and [CEO] van der Velde in enterprise with the king of EU VAT scams »

Tether/Bitfinex : « [CFO] Devasini and [CEO] van der Velde in enterprise with the king of EU VAT scams »

7 thoughts on “Tether/Bitfinex : « [CFO] Devasini and [CEO] van der Velde in enterprise with the king of EU VAT scams »”

  1. tldr; Giancarlo Devasini, the CFO of Bitfinex and Tether, and Ludovicus Jan van der Velde, CEO of the stablecoin of the same name, have been doing business for years with Dutchman Gennaro “Rino” Platone. Platone was the undisputed king of some of the major VAT scams in Europe, capable of achieving a turnover of half a billion euros a year. The connection passes through the company Perpetual Action Group (Asia) Inc, in the acronym Pag Asia.

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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  2. > “Operation Medina”: a Spanish ruling reveals the ties in Europe, Asia, and the US through the companies PAG Asia and Yuraku between Tether and Bitfinex CFO and CEO with the network of the Dutchman Gennaro “Rino” Platone, the mobster convincted in Spain and Germany who ran an illegal business worth 500 million euros a year

    The fraudulent background is even more rotten than previously thought. But remember, Tether has nothing to do with that and it’s all “FUD”.

    Edit : **related article** : [Tether, the secrets behind Devasini’s wealth](https://www.ilfattoquotidiano.it/in-edicola/articoli/2022/11/14/tether-the-secrets-behind-devasinis-wealth/6872403/)

    > He claims his fortune comes from the sale of his IT business, but the companies went actually instead bankrupt after a fire: in 1996, Bitfinex’s CFO negotiated a plea bargain in Milan for fencing and digital piracy

    Digital piracy ? It can’t be ! 🤡

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  3. Tether are not scammers, I can argue and prove this forever, but I’m pissed off that corrupt people are trying to denigrate their name

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