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A money transfer company operating without a license in Germany faces a multi-million euro fine if it does not cease operations immediately.
Controversial OneCoin has been declared a genuine cryptocurrency, will replace Ethereum as the Number 2 crypto. It followed the landmark decision by a Federal Circuit Court judge in California.
New research has found Bitcoin scam instances come and go with increases in Bitcoin’s price.
OneCoin took from wrongfully imprisoned man his $145,000 given him as compensation, Bitcoin return would be $50,000.
There should be a clear distinction between how Onecoin and Bitcoin are presented to the public to avoid any misunderstandings.
Some platforms considered reliable happen to recognize suspicious entities as cryptocurrencies.
Cointelegraph is reviewing some of the newly listed Cryptos. We spot opportunities and threats, in order to help the community not fall prey to the shameless crypto and Blockchain scammers whom we must weed out.
The Bank of Uganda has put Onecoin and Bitcoin in the same trash buсket. Why do the governments of developing countries like Uganda and Nigeria prefer not to see the difference?
The Bank of Uganda has issued a public warning about OneCoin, advising the public they are “taking a risk” using unlicensed financial instruments.
Popularity and followership are definitely not among the properties that qualify a given entity as a real cryptocurrency. Here are some examples of such entities that could be easily referred to as pyramid schemes.
Yahoo published a controversial article entitled “Is Warren Buffett Wrong About Bitcoin?” citing multi-billion dollar investor Buffet’s viewpoint on Bitcoin.
Is the Bitcoin community going to see more woes for pyramid schemes such as Onecoin in 2017? Italian government acts against Onecoin.
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After publishing our series on Angelina Lazar’s war against Onecoin, one of our readers has accused Bitcoiners of bitter jealousy towards Onecoin.
Bribes, Interpol, druids, yachts, cocaine, witchcraft and of course, OneCoin (but no Blockchain) figure here in part 3 of Angelina Lazar’s story.
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