Ginko Financial

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Ginko Financial was an alleged Ponzi scheme on the social networking video game Second Life. It offered accounts denominated in Linden Dollars, which would be paid extremely high interest rates (at one point 0.145% per day or 69.7% per year), ostensibly funded by undisclosed investments.

Many of the bank's investments were believed to be in in-game casinos.


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