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It seemed like something out of an old episode of 20/20 from the 1980s: CEO of a company is just about to be caught doing shady financial deals that bankrupts the company and flees in the middle of the night to a country that has no extradition treaties with the U.S., leaving investors in the lurch. Add in the fact that this latest episode starred the CEO of a leading cryptocurrency company and you have a recipe that could damage the entire industry.
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By Amanda Bronstad
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