On November 16th, a bitcoin (BTC) trader from Lanseria, South Africa was reportedly drugged, beaten, and robbed. The trader, named Andrew, reported that he had met a man through Facebook who invited him to do a presentation on bitcoin at Ntuli Street in Meadowlands Zone Five. According to Andrew, at around 1 pm (on November 16th), he arrived at the agreed upon location where he was supposed to deliver the crypto-related presentation to two women and four men.



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