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London College Student Robbed for $93k Worth of Bitcoin By CoinQuora

© Reuters. Breaking: London College Student Robbed for $93k Worth of Bitcoin
  • A recent report said that a student from the University of Kent in London was robbed for $93K BTC in his own campus.
  • When the student had just begun his year, eight (8) young men stormed his room demanding his crypto credentials.
  • Reports claim that the victim fled the college immediately after the incident and returned home.

According to a recent report, a student at a London college was robbed with sabers for bitcoin. The student was a University of Kent student and he fled the University of Kent immediately following the incident.

According to the student’s mother, her son briefly discussed cryptocurrencies with his friend. It was a discussion that spanned finance and cyber currency. Then, this so-called friend allegedly brought in more of his friends from East London to come to her son’s room. She reiterated that her son immediately knew “he was in trouble” when eight more people arri…

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