Kirill Doronin, mastermind of the Russian crypto Ponzi scheme Finiko, has proposed to testify against dozens of his former associates he claims violated his order to accept only cryptocurrency from investors. The founder of Russia’s largest financial pyramid in modern times has already provided detailed testimonies against a long list of accomplices, a media report revealed.
Kirill Doronin Ready to Expose His Closest Finiko Associates
The man behind the cryptocurrency pyramid Finiko has offered to cooperate with Russian authorities in a likely attempt to limit the repercussions for himself. Kirill Doronin, an Instagram influencer associated with other scams in the past, now wants to testify against 44 of his subordinates who, as he claims, “went against the precepts” of Finiko by taking fiat cash from victims, which he insists he never authorized.
Doronin was detained as the Ponzi scheme crumbled this summer, and has since been moved from the Russian Republic of Tatarstan to the capital Moscow where the federal Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) took over the Finiko investigation due to the size of the fraud. Three months after his arrest, the mastermind of the “automatic profit generation system,” continues to deny any responsibility and puts the blame for its collapse on his partners and assistants.
An article published by the Russian “Business Online” portal, quoting law enforcement sources, reveals that Doronin has recently offered to provide…