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The Missing Cryptoqueen


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The Missing Cryptoqueen

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A podcast from BBC Radio
Website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07nkd84

Credits: Jamie Bartlett (Writer, Host, Researcher), Philip Sellars (Editor), Georgia Catt (Producer, Writer, Researcher), Dr. Ruja Ignatova (Host) (edit)

Dr Ruja Ignatova persuaded millions to join her financial revolution. Then she disappeared. Why? Jamie Bartlett presents a story of greed, deceit and herd madness.

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