SEC sues Bitcoin miner Geosyn Mining for fraud; Bitbot presale nears $3M

SEC sues Bitcoin miner Geosyn Mining for fraud; Bitbot presale nears $3M

By Charles Thuo - min read
SEC Bitcoin miner Geosyn Mining for fraud
  • SEC sues Geosyn Mining and co-founders for misappropriated funds and misleading investors.
  • Bitbot revolutionizes crypto trading with a non-custodial Telegram bot.
  • The $BITBOT presale nears $3M presale with the token poised to rise from the current $0.0171 to $0.018.

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has filed charges against Bitcoin miner Geosyn Mining, LLC, and its co-founders, Caleb Joseph Ward and Jeremy George McNutt, for allegedly defrauding investors out of $5.6 million.

Meanwhile, Bitbot, a non-custodial Telegram trading bot, is on the verge of hitting $3 million in its presale.

Let’s delve into the details of these developments.

SEC’s charges against Geosyn Mining and its co-founders

According to the SEC’s complaint, filed in a federal court in Texas, Geosyn raised approximately $5.6 million from over 60 investors between November 2021 and December 2022.

According to the U.S. SEC, the company allegedly misled investors by falsely claiming to purchase, maintain, and operate crypto mining machines, promising to distribute mined assets, such as Bitcoin, to investors for a fee. The SEC alleges that Geosyn made false claims about its contracts with electricity providers, failed to disclose that it never purchased some mining machines, and did not provide the services as promised.

Moreover, Ward and McNutt are accused of misappropriating about $1.2 million for personal use.

The SEC seeks permanent injunctions, disgorgement with prejudgment interest, and civil penalties against Ward and McNutt.

Bitbot: a Telegram bot revolutionizing crypto trading

While the U.S. SEC goes after Geosyn Mining LLC,  Bitbot, an innovative non-custodial Telegram trading bot that aims to democratize crypto trading is making waves with its token presale.

Besides its token presale, Bitbot offers users institutional-grade tools in a secure and easy-to-use package, allowing them to trade directly from Telegram while maintaining control of their assets. It integrates with self-custodial wallets, ensuring users retain complete control over their keys and assets.

The platform employs KnightSafe, a decentralized security system, to safeguard trading activities. It provides a range of trading tools, including automated sniping, limit orders, copy trading, and yield optimization, accessible to users of all trading experience levels.

Bitbot presale nears $3 million

In recent developments, Bitbot’s presale is rapidly approaching the $3 million mark. The presale, which offers investors the opportunity to acquire $BITBOT tokens, Bitbot’s native utility coin, has garnered significant interest from the crypto community raising a total of $2,900,178 by the time of writing.

Investors can purchase the $BITBOT token at the current price of $0.0171 per token before the price increases to $0.018 in the next stage.

Investors can participate in the presale by importing or creating a smart contract wallet directly via Telegram and once the presale period concludes, investors can claim their $BITBOT tokens via Bitbot’s official website.

$BITBOT token holders stand to benefit from revenue sharing, exclusive presale access, unique perks, a say in Bitbot’s strategic direction through governance, and more.


SEC’s legal action against Geosyn Mining highlights the importance of regulatory compliance in the crypto industry, while Bitbot’s presale success underscores the growing demand for innovative trading solutions in the crypto market.

As Bitbot continues to revolutionize crypto trading, investors eagerly anticipate the platform’s future developments and expansion.