The founder of a wood-working shop in southern Turkey says he has offered to buy a crypto-currency exchange service from an unnamed buyer.
The owner of the wood-and-dirt business, Fethullah Gülen, also said he had contacted Turkish officials about the matter.
“I am ready to buy the service from a buyer and to provide the company with its assets,” Günter said in a Facebook post on Monday.
Güneş, who has close ties to the Fethrik Group, the group founded by Güen and Güler, is considered a terrorist by Turkey.
He was extradited from the United States to Turkey last year and was jailed in a separate case last year.
Gürseli, who was detained in 2013, told The Associated Press last year that Günen had offered to open an exchange between Turkey and Turkey’s rival state of Qatar, but the offer was rejected.
“The proposal was rejected,” Gürselsi said.
The Turkish government is trying to block Günesse’s extradition to Qatar by filing a court case in Ankara that would prevent it from extraditing him to Turkey.