In the summer of 2020, Bitcoin.com published a report about Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell’s social media habits and alleged affinity for Bitcoin.

Maxwell’s last post, that report suggested, may have been about the cryptocurrency, which Epstein apparently also liked and talked about before his downfall, which is among the most widely publicized cases in history.

The last time Maxwell used the social media platform Reddit, she supposedly put up a post about someone “mysteriously sending” almost $1 billion in Bitcoin on Wednesday, June 30, 2020.

“Ghislaine Maxwell was a well known associate of the now-deceased Jeffrey Epstein. The financier Epstein is a convicted sex offender who allegedly had a ring of sex slaves that were used to satisfy celebrities, politicians, and known British royalty figures,” the report explains.

“Maxwell is accused of being the main ringleader behind Epstein’s sex trafficking and blackmailing empire, and was recently taken into custody by the FBI. Interestingly, Maxwell is tied to well known people in both the Democrat and Republican parties including people like former U.S. President Bill Clinton, and the current incumbent Donald Trump.”

The alleged final post from Maxwell on Reddit is said to have included an article from VICE about the $1 billion Bitcoin transfer. For 14 years prior, Maxwell had been posting articles about various things to the platform.

“Ghislaine Maxwell was the first person on Reddit to hit 1 million karma LMAO,” tweeted someone named Joe Leonard.

“She’s the #8 karma to this day. Her posts to /r/worldnews constituted roughly 30% of the posts there. This connection was made after she was arrested and that account stopped posting there after 14 years.”

Maxwell now faces numerous sex trafficking charges

Maxwell is now widely recognized as the financier to Epstein’s sex slave ring. She would help find underage children to satisfy the sexual deviancy of politicians, celebrities and British royalty figures, among others.

Epstein apparently also talked about Bitcoin at one point, comparing its functionality to gold as a digital store of value.

“In 2017, enough people agree on the value of bitcoin that it can serve the same purpose,” Epstein is quoted as saying.

“There will only ever be 21 million bitcoins, but this limit comes from computer code, not by how many bitcoins are left to remove from the earth. If we learn tomorrow that half of Montana contained a secret cache of gold, the value of gold would decrease instantly. Bitcoin doesn’t have this problem.”

Epstein certainly like Federal Reserve Notes as well, which were part of his sexual escapades and the purchasing and developing of his famous “Epstein Island,” the place where various sex rituals involving children allegedly occurred.

Federal prosecutors say that between the years of 1994 and 1997, Maxwell “assisted, facilitated and contributed to Jeffrey Epstein’s abuse of minor girls by, among other things, helping Epstein to recruit, groom and ultimately abuse victims known to Maxwell and Epstein to be under the age of 18.”

Maxwell now faces a litany of sex trafficking charges that are still being prosecuted through the courts.

As we reported in the fall of 2019, other co-conspirators in the Epstein-Maxwell sex trafficking ring include the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), The New York Times and Bill Gates.

Gates and other billionaire “philanthropists” appear to have funneled cash to Epstein through the MIT Media Lab. These cash “gifts” were made without any specific mention of Epstein, even though he was the intended recipient.

Gates, by the way, flew on Epstein’s private “Lolita Express” airplane, as did many other bigwigs and government officials, both Democrat and Republican.

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