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The Swedish Bitcoin Foundation released an official statement regarding OneCoin, a cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme that has been around since early 2015.
Bruce Fenton, founder of Bitcoin Foundation, adds his voice to the ubiquitous claims that OneCoin is a Ponzi scheme and its perpetrators should be arrested.
After publishing our series on Angelina Lazar’s war against Onecoin, one of our readers has accused Bitcoiners of bitter jealousy towards Onecoin.
OneCoin claimed it has switched on to its new Blockchain. Tim Tayshun, CEO of Ezcoin, gives his view on how OneCoin operates and why he thinks it’s a deception.
Roger Ver, another prominent member of the cryptocurrency community, has added his voice to the widespread allegation against OneCoin as a scam.
Angelina Lazar, rogue economist, ideologue, cryptocurrency revolutionary tells Cointelegraph all about her war with OneCoin.
Angelina Lazar accuses Boris Boyko, the former Prime Minister of Bulgaria, and the Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic of taking bribes from OneCoin, and asks, what role Joe Biden, Vice President of the USA, had to play.
MMM Global hurts Bitcoin business in Africa, Bitpesa Bitcoin exchange warns its users on the need to be cautious.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority issued a warning against OneCoin.
We look at the 10 top bitcoin fiascos, related to money laundering, funding criminals, extortion, Ponzi and MLM, drug dealing, kidnapping, dodgy banks and the fall of Mt.Gox.
Bribes, Interpol, druids, yachts, cocaine, witchcraft and of course, OneCoin (but no Blockchain) figure here in part 3 of Angelina Lazar’s story.
OneCoin, a purported cryptocurrency and trading venture based out of Bulgaria, is suspected to be a pyramid scheme with no verifiable evidence to back up any of its business claims.
Buzzzzz — You’ll feel like a fly on the wall listening to this FIRE AF episode.
Capstone Digital Mining owner offered me to buy a beginner package for mining onecoin, swiscoin or ilcoin, and gave information about the “promotion programs” to join an MLM business.
CoinTelegraph is always keen to bring to readers’ attention anything suspicious in crypto-industry. We’ve been surprised by the sheer audacity of some rogue players still playing a major role in today’s market
Do OneCoin leaders enter underground circles in Bulgaria and threaten people, if they search the truth? A source inside the company itself gives new information to CoinTelegraph.
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