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Over $600 million laundered via cryptocurrency with the help of a shady NFL broker

Over $600 million laundered via cryptocurrency with the help of a shady NFL broker

According to investigators, those actions contributed to the rapid liquidation of the AAF soccer league (Alliance of American Football). Founded in March 2018, the soccer league shut down due to bankruptcy in April 2019.

According to the New York Post, Fowler has been charged with bank fraud, as well as a series of other cryptocurrency-related charges. U.S. Attorney Damian Williams claims that while working for the Panamanian firm Crypto Capital, Fowler assisted in processing "hundreds of millions of dollars" of unregulated transactions on behalf of "numerous cryptocurrency exchanges." In fact, a former NFL investor helped trading platforms circumvent anti-money laundering measures.

It is worth noting that in the American market, Fowler is known for his attempts to buy the NFL's Minnesota Vikings team in 2005. He became a minority owner of the team even before his rights expired as part of the investment in 2014.

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