The BBC cancels a documentary about an alleged trader who became a millionaire with cryptocurrencies

BBC cancels documentary about alleged trader who became a millionaire with cryptocurrencies - professional trader 2The famous British broadcaster BBC has decided to withdraw a documentary and an article about a self-proclaimed millionaire cryptocurrency trader following allegations of scam.

According to the Daily Mail, Hanad Hassan, a 37-year-old resident of Birmingham, turned his £ 6 into worth £ XNUMX million in cryptocurrency after a successful career as a trader in just one year.

The documentary “We Are England: Birmingham's Self-Made Crypto-Millionaire” is about Hassan dedicating his life to charitable projects and at the same time leading a luxurious life. Additionally, Hassan claimed to have created a charity-centric cryptocurrency, which, in fact, suddenly shut down in October last year.

Details on "Orfano"

The article is no longer active on the BBC website, which was also promoting the documentary about the life of Hassan, who had earned an alleged net worth of £ 5,9 million. He was reportedly born in Somalia.

The bogus cryptocurrency created by Hassan was dubbed Orphan, and was launched in April. The idea behind the crypto was to allocate three percent of the money invested in the system to charitable projects. In fact, Orfano has gained the support of celebrities such as Akon and Amir Khan.

But things suddenly changed. “We all lost our f ****** money to your scam,” commented an alleged social media investor in the wake of the documentary. But, of course, that wasn't the only comment that crossed the threads calling Orfano a scam.

The website remains operational

As of press time, Orfano's website remains operational, although his Twitter account has been inactive since October, when the scheme promoted the presale of the token.

A Twitter account claiming to be Hassan reacted to the scam's claims:

"No, I didn't earn anything myself ... the raise was to try to bring some hype back to the charity and be able to donate more, the owners still had the investments and then they sold their investment as the liquidity was still there".

In short, as usual, a bad story, like that of the bogus cryptocurrency linked to the name of Squid Game, which scammed its investors within a few hours, disappearing with the swag. For this we recommend invest always in already established cryptocurrencies that do not ride the wave of hype, but of its functionality