Lithuanian crypto payment processor Mirhax recently came to our attention as a payment facilitator at the BBanc broker scam (report here). The potential BBanc victims were offered on the scam’s payment page to buy cryptos via credit or debit card using Mirhax. These are then transferred to the BBanc scammers’ wallets. The BBanc victims are directed to the Mirhax payment page via a referral link. It does not seem to be a deep integration. We would like to know more about Mirhax and the related Conivix scheme.
|Business activity||Crypto payment process|
|Legal entity||Mirhax Group UAB est. 2021|
|Regulation||Registered with the Lithuanian FNTT|
|Related scheme||Meta Projects UAB d/b/a Conivix|
|PayRate42||Mirhax profile on PayRate42|
We have noticed that there are identical patterns in the texts of the Mirhax and Conivix websites and in their source code. For example, the source code of Conivix contains a Mirhax email address. In this respect, the two crypto payment processors are obviously connected somehow. Maybe only via the same website programmer.
We would like to know more about Mirhax and Conivix. If you have any information about this, please share it with us via our whistleblower system, Whistle42.