A national arrest warrant has been issued against the owner of Ilgamos and his daughter in Mexico.
The investigation was conducted on the basis of the CEO’s allegations SYDYG, Ramiro Faro Velez in September 2020. The police then concluded that Géza Kapitány and Réka Kapitány had been arrested and tried in Mexico.
The above people tried – through a Hungarian law firm – to remove SYDYG’s blockchain technology servers, which are also their social media websites, from the list. This attempt failed. In addition to Géza Kapitány, the Chief Executive Officer of Ilgamos wrote in his Facebook posts that he claims all ILCOIN and is based on the EUIPO trademark. The allegation was illegitimate and was also deemed fraudulent by the Mexican police during the investigation, as the property allegedly belonged to SYDYG.
The public prosecutor, as part of the investigative unit in Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, issued an arrest warrant based on:
“According to Art. 16 of the Mexico Constitution and Art. 141 Part III as well as Art. 142 and 143 of the Rules of Procedure of the National Code, we order the search and arrest of Geza Kapitany and Reka Kapitany in accordance with Art. 228. all from the penal code in force in the state of Chiapas on the events in the city of Venustiano Carranza, Chiapas “.
Ilgamos has been selling ILCOIN for years with a dubious background. The trademark was registered by Réka Kapitány on a company in March 2017. Trademark rights have nothing to do with property, especially when it comes to decentralized technology.
RepiGo GmbH was never involved in the distribution of ILCOIN. Another German company, R&G Mentor GmbH, also owned by the Kapitány family, previously had a contract with Umbrella IT Service Corporation, the company that founded ILCOIN. However, Umbrella sold the ILCOIN source code, all development, website and everything related to ILCOIN to SYDYG in August 2017. SYDYG has ceased to be associated with the Géza and Réka Kapitány companies.
Under the direction of SYDYG, ILCOIN has made outstanding and unique achievements in its development. In 2019 it solved the 51% attack problem with innovation and is back on the market after more than six months RIFT protocol.
The goals of the Kapitány family are clearly different, which is why they are held accountable for their actions in court. In addition to the damage amounting to millions for SYDYG, they not only endanger the future of ILCOIN, but also the fortunes of thousands of investors who have not yet received their money from Ilgamos.
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