Ugandan cryptocurrency start-up promises jobs – steals money from employees instead

Ugandan cryptocurrency start-up promises jobs - steals money from employees instead

A number of Ugandan citizens have been left in the shambles after being promised a job in a cryptocurrency start-up that has fallen into the dark.

The independent Ugandan Daily Monitor reports that dozens of people in Masaka district have been harassed for their own money and jobs after succumbing to the promises of a crypto-currency mockery.

According to the report, Dunamiscoins Resources Limited opened its doors last month in Masaka and began to invite individuals to invest and be part of its “digital money network”.

However, only a month after it opened, the Dunamiscoin offices would have closed.

A business man who worked alongside Dunamiscoins said the company had convinced people to join its “network” by promising a 40% return on investment.