According to CoinGape, U.S. authorities have arrested Virgil Griffith, an Ethereum developer, accusing him of assisting North Korea in evading sanctions. Italian entrepreneur Fabio Peitrosanti is ready to help clarify the case. The case against Virgil appeared to be misleading, and Peitrosanti said he wanted to get in touch with Virgil's lawyers and family members to participate in his defense preparations. "I went to North Korea with Virgil. I'm looking to get in touch with his family or lawyer because I read a lot in the affidavit that I think the arrest warrant was misused and misinterpreted. I would like to provide my testimony to prove it He is sincere. "Some prominent figures in the crypto community also condemned the case as an overreaction to harmless things. If Virgil is found guilty in court or faces up to 20 years in prison. According to previous reports, U.S. authorities have arrested and accused Virgil Griffith of violating U.S. sanctions laws and traveling to North Korea to provide a demonstration and suggestion to use cryptocurrency and blockchain technology to evade sanctions. US lawyer Geoffrey S. Berman said in a statement that Virgil Griffith was accused of providing North Korea with highly technical information that he knew could be used to help North Korea launder money and evade sanctions. Endangers sanctions already promulgated by Congress and the President to exert maximum pressure on North Korea's dangerous regime.