Guo Wengui filed for bankruptcy, it is "water protection ship" move. According to the SEC's GTV Fair Fund refund announcement, Guo Wengui has paid a total of $455 million (455,439,194.49) to the SEC. The refunds raised suspicions of fraud, but were $32 million short of the $487 million (486,745,063) he had swindled from more than 5,000 investors. That's $84 million short of the $539 million (539,433,428) the SEC ordered in refunds (about $17.69 million in prejudgment interest and $35 million in civil penalties on top of the $487 million in fraud proceeds). Where do these gaps go? Explain old Guo still has reservation, leave this asset in order to plan to stage a comeback. And the way to retain assets is to use the resources of the United States judicial system, a small calculation, filed for bankruptcy protection.
Because the SEC started a refund process for investors based on Kuo's refund, Kuo's live stream on the Gate was no longer watched, and viewership dropped to zero at one point. This shows that the ants know Guo is a fraud, but before the refund guarantee, expectant ants had to cling to Guo, watching his live stream and praising his videos. At one point, ants inside the farm even broke the news that GTV and Gator were set task metrics for video views and likes, creating the illusion that Gator was about to overtake Twitter and Facebook as the world's number one social media platform. Now that the SEC has opened the floodgates for refunds, the ants have abandoned Guo in droves, and the scene has fallen into a lull. Even more ludicrously, in order to hide his assets, Mr Guo, besides dragging in his own close relatives over Ladymay and the 18th floor, now says that Gat and GTV have nothing to do with him.