OneCoin founders accused of running a financial pyramid for billions of dollars

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by mlawson71, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. Prosecutors in the US raised criminal charges against the founders of OneCoin – a crypto currency, which allegedly turned out to be a multibillion-dollar pyramid scheme.

    Konstantin Ignatov, the CEO of OneCoin Ltd and his sister Ruja Ignatova, known as “the Cryptoqueen,” are accused of misleading investors with promises of huge returns with a minimal risk.

    According to the US Prosecutors OneCoin, which is still in business with more than 3 million members, has been run like a pyramid – OneCoin members were recruiting new members to buy cryptocurrency packages in exchange of commissions.

    The 1,2 billion USD investor money that are located until now have been laundered through 21 countries, the prosecutors also said.

    For the two year period ended in September 2016 OneCoin records show profit of 2.23 billion EUR on sales of 3.35 billion EUR.
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  2. schweiz


    "crypto currencies" sound more and more like "criminal currencies".
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  3. Ha, that's a great pun!