However, the following three persons are still visible on Bunny Token's website: Alexander Maslov, Vasilisa Yakubo and Andrei Kazarin. Although their Facebook profile pages indicate that they are all fake persons, there might be a person matching the photo involved in Bunny Token.
I have searched the internet for Vasilisa Yakubo, but she really doesn't seem to exist outside Bunny Token. I tried also cyrilic version of the name, Василиса Якубо, which lead to only five search results on Google, all related to Bunny Token. I did manage to find her on Facebook page, but the content of her profile page was matching to all the other fake persons I found – and like already said, the profile page doesn't exist anymore.
Nevertheless, Bunny Token has released a video with Vasilisa Yakubo featuring for "a tell-all interview". Well, it's rather a prewritten statement than an interview, and pretty far from telling all, but it does reveal that Yakubo apparently can't speak much English because the whole two-minute speech is in Russian. That's rather strange considering that Yakubo's Facebook profile and her CV claim that she has studied in Harvard Business School. I presume that they do teach in English in Boston. I guess Vasilisa Yakubo is a pseudonym then.
I have also asked Bunny Token on its Facebook page why they have a team of fake persons. I was not surprised that my comment was soon deleted by Bunny Scam instead giving any answers.