Author Topic: Alleged pyramid scheme OneCoin confronts failure as police move in  (Read 11879 times)

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Coordinators of a expected competing to Bitcoin cryptocurrency advise that investigations are leading to "great monetary drops"


A get-rich-quick plan that I’ve revealed is under investigation by government bodies throughout Europe, with 50 persons inquired by police.


OneCoin stated to be a cryptocurrency to competing Bitcoin that was generating 300 millionaires a year , but this time signals that it confronts bankruptcy.




Buyers are already lured to put up to £28,000 into the scheme and to hire family and associates with the guarantee of a 10% payment on whatever they spend.


Companies connected with OneCoin have now been investigated in the UK, Usa, Italy, Ireland, Canada and the Ukraine.


Its computer servers are in Sofia, Bulgaria, is know for the owner Ruja Ignatova, and professionals there raided offices and seized documents on Friday.


As outlined by the Specific Prosecutor’s Office, 50 persons have been inquired, while there have been no arrests, pursuing a request from police in Germany.