Goldman Sachs vice president, bitcoin skeptic Richard Gnodde or 10 years in prison for alleged money laundering

According to a press release issued by the Malaysian Minister of Justice on August 9, Goldman Sachs vice president and bitcoin skeptic Richard Gnodde was wanted for allegedly infamous 1MDB scandal in 2013. The prosecution alleged that Gnodde and many other Goldman Sachs executives helped raise $6.5 billion in funding for the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1MDB, which was subsequently whitewashed by participants including former Prime Minister Najib Razak. Now, if convicted, everyone can face up to 10 years in prison.