A livestream in which Ben “Bitboy” Armstrong is hunting down his allegedly stolen Lamborghini ends up with the crypto influencer arrested. In other news this week, Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki says to purchase bitcoin before markets crash, and U.S. lawmakers push SEC Chair Gary Gensler to approve spot Bitcoin exchange-traded products “immediately.” This and more just below, in the latest Bitcoin.com News Week in Review.

Bitboy Ben Armstrong Arrested During Livestream Over Stolen Lambo

Crypto influencer Ben “Bitboy” Armstrong has been reportedly arrested while livestreaming his attempt to confront a former business partner. Excerpts from the Youtube video released on social media show him explaining to police the reasons for his deed, including the alleged theft of his Lamborghini.

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British Law Firm to Sue Onecoin Cryptoqueen to Recover Investor Funds

A London-headquartered law firm is preparing a lawsuit against the fugitive mastermind of the Onecoin crypto pyramid scheme, ‘Cryptoqueen’ Ruja Ignatova. Its lawyers intend to file a class action suit in the United Kingdom’s High Court, the British press revealed.

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Robert Kiyosaki Advises Buying Bitcoin Today — Foresees a Rush to Buy BTC as Stocks, Bonds, and Real Estate Crash

Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki has advised investors to buy bitcoin today before stock, bond, and real estate markets crash and people rush to buy BTC alongside gold and silver. The famous author has predicted that bitcoin’s price will reach $500,000 by 2025, with gold soaring to $5,000, and silver reaching $500. However, he anticipates BTC reaching $1 million in the event of a global economic collapse.

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US Lawmakers Urge SEC to ‘Immediately’ Approve Spot Bitcoin ETFs — Say There’s No Reason to Deny Applications

Four U.S. lawmakers have called on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to immediately approve spot bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs). “Following the Court of Appeals’ decision, there is no reason to continue to deny such applications under inconsistent and discriminatory standards … We urge you to approve the listing of spot bitcoin ETPs immediately,” the lawmakers told SEC Chair Gary Gensler.

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