An upcoming true crime documentary is set to invade the OTT platform of Netflix to ward off viewers about the latest financial frauds in bitcoins.. Check out this documentary about bitcoin fraud
The advent of artificial intelligence and technological advancements have opened gateways and loopholes in the security system. With each passing day, the scamsters are getting smarter, and utilizing technology and hacking to extort money from innocent victims. An upcoming true crime documentary is invading the OTT platform of Netflix to ward off viewers about the latest financial frauds in bitcoins.
When and where to watch
The fraudulent activities will be unfolding its master crafts of cheating and embezzlement on the streaming giant Netflix only on January 1. It’s like the documentary is serving as a life lesson for the upcoming year!
The new trend of investments in digital/electronic money called bitcoins or cryptocurrency was in bloom in 2017. This flourishing field with very little knowledge fostered the ground for fraudsters to lay their trap and extort millions of money from investors. In this new true crime documentary about the economic crisis, we witness a young man called Ray Trapani talking about the crime as he confesses to his desire to become a criminal. In 2017-18, there was an economic frenzy over the cryptocurrency. The Bitcoin boom gave Ray the idea to establish a fake debit card for crypto.
Check out the intriguing trailer here:
With fake LinkedIn profiles, and paid endorsements he exploited the weakness of many, "get rich quick," schemes and formed Centra Tech to rake in millions of dollars a day.
This true documentary is the work of director Bryan Storkel (who is also the producer of The Legend of Cocaine Island and director of The Pez Outlaw).
The documentary on high-profile scam features Ray narrating his rags-to-riches story with fake identities and several talking heads and interviews. Immerse into the story of financial fraud and expose the truth to the journalists.
Stream the tale of crime and bitcoin frauds on January 1.