Meet one of the personalities behind the $4 billion Bitcoin theft from Bitfinex


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The news of the arrest of the parties involved in the “Bitfinex” hacking operation, which we previously mentioned in the Arab Bitcoin, spread this morning:

In the largest financial confiscation ever: the US Department of Justice recovers the stolen funds from Bitfinex

One of the parties involved in this crime is a 31-year-old New York woman who works as a rapper and writer.

According to the FBI, Heather Morgan and her husband, Elijah Lichtenstein, conspired to launder money from the hack, spending the proceeds on gold, precious purchases, and NFT…

Cryptocurrency criminals usually remain unknown, especially those who stole billions of bitcoins, but this is not the case with these criminals.

Since Heather Morgan was a rapper and writer so she has many photos and videos on social media:

In the video above, Heather Morgan, one of the parties involved in money laundering, tells the secret of her success and that she started from scratch 🙂

As her website illustrates her personality, bold entrepreneurial spirit, and hacker mindset, Morgan unabashedly explores new horizons for art.

Meanwhile, Morgan’s LinkedIn profile describes her as a “serial entrepreneur and SaaS investor.

She notes that she earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of California, Davis, and mentions her skills in “inside sales” and “email marketing.”

Morgan’s social life has also included lecturing at salon nights in New York City, including one called “How to Socialize Your Way to Anything” (including, perhaps, the cryptocurrency world).

The Department of Justice, of course, has yet to prove its charges that Morgan laundered $4.5 billion in bitcoin stolen from Bitfinex in 2016.

If Morgan is indeed guilty of the charges, her lifestyle is on the cusp of a sudden change.

According to the Justice Department, she and Liechtenstein will face a maximum of 20 years in federal prison for money laundering, along with five others for conspiracy to defraud the US government.

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