Cryptocurrency investors who fell for an alleged pyramid scheme with losses of more than USD 2.46 million (THB 75 million) have Thailand from the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) for an investigation asked.
For the Bangkok Post, the Cryptocurrency project, known as “Khung Nong Cryptocurrency Trading”, became famous in parts of the country in 201
The program reportedly promised maximum returns of 8 percent a week and moved to individuals from Krabi, Trang, Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat who sold their assets, including cars and land To invest  [Read: Thailand’s oldest bank hints at new blockchain app powered by Ripple]
Human rights The activist Phadungsak Tienpairoj, who referred 20 victims to the DSI, has reportedly taken up the case and called on the division to investigate law enforcement agencies in Krabi Province
Thailand made headlines in November 2018 as it was preparing to launch its first regulated First Issue Portal (ICO) to reinforce its tough stance on cryptocurrency and blockchain.
Although today's news does not offer total comfort to victims, it is certainly a step in the right direction if they ever want to get the lost money back.  Published on January 17, 2020 – 14.30 UTC