Dear Clients,
While we wait for the final verdict in this case, I provide you the following article that effectively outlines the sequence of events in this case and the approach taken in conducting the financial investigation.
The following story was reported by The Utah Investigative Journalism Project in partnership with the Deseret News.
A suspected fraudulent bitcoin mining company may have ensnared several Utah properties, according to documents from a case against the BitClub Network, a company accused by the Department of Justice of defrauding thousands investors out of $722 million from 2014 to 2019. 
Federal authorities want to seize $22 million from companies in Utah that received investments involved in the alleged BitClub scheme, including $500,000 in Evermore Park, an immersive theme park in Pleasant Grove, $1.6 million in The Grid, another Utah County attraction billed as one of the longest indoor go-kart tracks in the world, and $8.4 million in Kiln, a tech-focused co-working space with offices in Lehi and Salt Lake City.
Court documents trace a path of how the investments received by the Utah-based companies — none of which responded to multiple requests for comment before this story was published — were sent through the BitClub Network into BitWealth Investments and BitWealth Holdings, companies connected to a local entrepreneur: Gavin Dickson. A Utah business owner, Dickson is not charged in the case but appears in court documents stating he invested money from BitClub through some of his companies…
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Zoran Miljakovic
Attorney at Law