Ethereum is ‘a public blockchain-based distributed computing platform, featuring smart contract functionality‘ (Wikipedia). In a nutshell, third-parties can use the Ethereum platform to create applications that use blockchain technology and its Ether cryptocurrency. Ethereum is currently the second biggest cryptocurrency in the world, with a market cap of $951 million and $11.53 value. Naturally you’d expect [Continue reading…]
Source: Ethereum dev: “OneCoin is a pure scam”
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Earlier today OneCoin’s CEO appeared in a YouTube video to promote the scheme’s new €118,000 EUR investment packages. Less than 24 hours after it was published, YouTube has removed the OneCoin video for violating their policy on ‘spam, deceptive practices and scams‘. Without ruling out the violation of more than one, which of the three YouTube [Continue reading…]
Bitcoin.com chatted with Tim Tayshun, owner, and operator of ezCoinAccess, who has been in the industry for quite some time. Tayshun gives our readers a definitive well-researched synopsis of the alleged Ponzi and cryptocurrency MLM scandal called Onecoin. He believes he has provided enough information here (which is extensive) to prove that Onecoin is indeed a scam and not the “Bitcoin Killer” it claims to be.
BC: When did you first hear about Onecoin?
TT: Let me preface the rest of this interview by stating that I am SOURCING nearly everything possible from their original sources, despite the language. The information IS mostly available in English, if you look, but Onecoin Kool-Aid drinkers are very easy to dismiss any negative report on their company and have been deeply indoctrinated into believing that bloggers are just “PCP’s” (“Penny-chasing-parasites” who thrive on collecting advertising pennies by getting people to click-through the links on their pages, and who seek out Top Companies to attack and sensationalize lies about them).