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Brian Sewell, a crypto trading course instructor and founder of Rockwell Capital Management, is facing charges from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for allegedly deceiving 15 students into investing $1.2 million in a non-existent hedge fund. Despite promising cutting-edge technology and strategies, Sewell reportedly failed to launch the fund or implement the advertised trading methods.





 The SEC claims that Sewell, who initially resided in Hurricane, Utah, received the funds between early 2018 and mid-2019 but never executed the promised investment strategies. Subsequently, the students’ entire investment was allegedly lost after Sewell’s crypto wallet was reportedly hacked, leaving their funds parked in Bitcoin.




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