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August 04, 2018, 08:22:03 AM
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About our little Worldcore helpers

This morning I tested a new investigation instrument, an EPI (Electronic Personality Identifier), an Israeli development to find out what´s your real background. I inserted certain user names and clicked on "RESEARCH".

Here is the result:
EUsteelmillsqerisiandakutotechnalzeylolliverkalsenFin  - very cryptic!

I oncemore asked my identifier what this means. Its answer: „multiple personality - real identity“. A friend of me, a psychiater, offered me special information about this subject:
„Multiple or split personalities suffer in dissociative personality disorder (medical term). The diseased person often unconsciously switches into different fictional identities with own behaviors in movement, voice, talking and talking subjects of which other people who are not familiar with the background can be fooled in most cases. This disease is not curable.“ And he added one never should disagree with such personalities because they can get very aggressive in this case – even up to killing.

The matter of "not disagreeing such personalities" I will think over.
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August 04, 2018, 06:28:08 PM
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At the moment EUPSProvider S.r.o (the Worldcore team) has filed a lawsuit against one of the Russian medias  stating Worldcore is a scam in their article.
This new is very important because it means Worldcore has finally decided to defend their good name not in the Internet, but using the instrumnet of punishment by the law.
And if Worldcore were a scam, would they have decided take it to the court? Obviously, not.
 


It's a hugely important and serious precedent to turn the dirty tide back!
We'll be watching the Worldcore news more carefully here: http://worldcore-review.com
I'm sure they'll publish the court's desicion asap.
The final court's session set to the end of the September.
Big news are coming soon.
You're warned our little paid helpers of Questra! 
 



Ah, SteelLiver, from where do you have this not official insider information? I believe you must be an insider and not a badly paid shill - one of Worldcore scammers. And I am nearly convinced that this information is a fake for saving what still could be saved.

If you're a real researcher and paid Questra shill you're able to locate and read it on the one very official and serious site - it can't be more official and serious.
Prove yourself as a researcher194 and not a paid poster.
If you're unable to I'll give you the link.
A small hint - don't look for it at any Worldcore-releated web sites. 
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August 04, 2018, 07:49:09 PM
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Brutal unmasking statement about Worldcore

In my opinion Worldcore is a "wannabe company" wishing to be a global player in online money transfer business - in ICO statements "No1 Czech money transfer institution with Czech National Bank licence", at ICO start already proven fake - reflecting on a "Swiss bank licence" and on an "IPO" (= listing on a stock exchange) -, and its own poor crypto exchange is a wannabe project, too. For me it´s absolutely clear that all WRC trading on further crypto exchanges won´t produce more trading volumes and higher prices as now. Worldcore really is an absolutely minuscle Czech financial institution without future but with magniloquent statements. But "big news are coming soon". Let´s wait for!  Grin Grin Grin




Yes. You are right!
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August 05, 2018, 08:04:50 AM
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@SteelLiver - # 1187



Personal Worldcore team members´ (i.e. Nasosnov and Luzanova) dubious aspects and Worldcore´s business performance respectively WRC performance are very different discussion subjects absolutely independent from each other. I didn´t and I don´t mix them.
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August 05, 2018, 10:14:45 AM
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Fraudulent cryptocurrency scheme Worldcore is deception of Pavel Krymov

Financial swindler Pavel Krymov has been creating scams during more than 15 years. During this time, he tried not only one fraudulent model, reaching a peak of intricacies in Worldcore pyramid. Let’s discuss the basic elements of a fraudulent cryptocurrency scheme of Krymov.
https://scamworldcore.com/en/cryptocurrency-scheme/
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August 05, 2018, 12:40:06 PM
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@SteelLiver - # 1186

Sorry, if the source of mentioned info is Russian there is no chance for me to search for it because I don´t understand Russian and naturally don´t have a Russian keyboard.




Unmasking Marianna Luzanova - Part 2

Sorry, I want to be correct: "Ing. Marianna Luzanova Ph.D."

According to her LinkedIn profile she has studied at University of Economics, Prague:

2002 - 2008 Business, Law and Audit - awarded an Ing.(=engineer) title. In Gemany an engineer has studied at a technical education institution, and in former times all Technical Universities have awarded the title Dipl.Ing. (= degreed engineer). Some of them still do so, specially in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, because this special German title globally is highly estimated.

2008 - 2013 Business Administration and Audit - awarded a Ph.D. title (Doctor of Philosopy).

This looks great, but it´s generally known that social media profiles belong to the most common fakes, including LinkedIn (a LinkedIn member doesn´t need any proof for his declarations). A younger Czech friend of me from Brno, now living in Cologne, who studied at University of Economics, too, and still has a University account which authorizes for internal information looked inside the alumni (= former students with a degree) list for the year 2013, but he couldn´t find Marianna Luzanova. This means Luzanova´s vita is - at least - questionable.  




And now let´s go on!

On November 11, 2013 Marianna Luzanova and Pavlo Sidelov founded "Bitcoin Europe Association o.s." under the address Jinonická 1185/50, Košíře, 150 00 Prague.

"The main objectives of the association are: a) The main objective of Bitcoin Europe Association, zs is the interest in developing and supporting alternative methods of mutual settlement between legal entities and individuals, which exist for the time being as a global and financial concept but can become an alternative in the near futureexisting payment and settlement instruments. b) To examine the developments and the prerequisites for future development in the given sphere. c) Analyze and propose the legal, administrative and procedural classification of the given payment and settlement instruments into the state and government system. d) Organize activities and collaborate on activities related to the recognition of alternative payment and settlement instruments. e) To support the raising of the knowledge base of the population of the Czech Republic and Europe on the given direction of technical, technological and financial development. f) Use new knowledge in fields related to the activities of the Society for the benefit of human needs. g) Cooperate with state, non-profit and international organizations to strengthen the status of associations on the Czech and world stage and for faster integration of alternative payment and settlement instruments into the everyday life of citizens and their benefits."
(These informations already deleted in internet!)

Let´s have a look onto the homepage of this Association:  http://bitcoinea.org/

There is not any real information about it. Ah, an "important" ICO conference at Prague! Have a special look onto "Event Schedule": Latin phrases, very liked by "veni - vedi - vici" (I came - I saw - I won) Luzanova, and very interesting event subjects.  Grin Grin But there have never been press releases about this conference! Huh

Oh, Marianna, I´m nearly sure you finally will come - to prison. You will see - a barred window - and you will win - a small cot in your prison cell.
 Angry Angry Angry




Very remarkable: Currently there is no information about Worldcore team and advisors available on Worldcore sites, only at LinkedIn. But there even I as a proved GERMAN (see screenshot!) LinkedIn member can´t find detail information about them - they mostly are hidden. One special LinkedIn information about one hidden member I find very interesting: "Managing Partner - Linkor - Russian Federation - Current advisor to CEO at Worldcore".

And now let´s come back to Luzanova´s LinkedIn profile:




Luzanova´s knowledges pointed out in her profile are absolutely not comparable with those subjects she allegedly has studied. No "Business Administration", no "Law", no "Audit"! She is a very self-convinced person who likes to show how "important" she is. But in my opinion she only is a big faker.



Additum to # 1192

Who may be the hidden LinkedIn member "Managing Partner - Linkor - Russian Federation - Current advisor to CEO at Worldcore"? There is a lot of companies with the name "LINKOR" in Russia. And what role may he play in connection to Nasonov? I suspect he is Nasonov´s "agent handler" (instructor) - perhaps one of Krymov´s officers who are still active.




Last twitches of WRC



Current data: Price 0,085 USD (minus 22 %) - 24h volume 14.000 USD - Market Capitalization 1,5 mio. USD

But there are further crypto exchanges for WRC trading and further tokens for Worldcore.trade in the pipeline! I´m nearly convinced that these brilliant actions of Worldcore people will conduct to a new upswing. And yes, there is also a pending lawsuit against a Russian Worldcore attacker. Very hopefull!  Grin Grin Grin

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August 06, 2018, 03:39:29 PM
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Schemes of money laundering. Pavel Krymov’s Worldcore pyramid



We have every reason to assume that the main objectives of the fraudulent project of Pavel Krymov Worldcore is not only the taking of other people’s money by deceptive means and information attacks. The project Worldcore had been involved in dirty money laundering. So, money laundering schemes.

https://scamworldcore.com/shemy-otmyvaniya-deneg/
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August 06, 2018, 04:03:34 PM
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@SteelLiver - # 1186

Sorry, if the source of mentioned info is Russian there is no chance for me to search for it because I don´t understand Russian and naturally don´t have a Russian keyboard.


Ha-ha, that's really what was expected!
Now you "don't understand Russian" though two weeks ago you were able to  Grin Grin Grin

You're paid poster and not a reasearcher at all.

Keep on posting about Luzanova etc. until it's allowed. You've got a month and a half

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August 06, 2018, 04:36:33 PM
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An important announcement for everyone!


The topic starter, Marina Uni, has been currently banned by the forum administration because of the her of posted on purpose professionally created black-PR posts regarding Worldcore (1000+ posts from the October 2017) constatnly repeating itself and her reluctance to have real and open discussion without posting fakes and abusing the other forum members.

And what makes me laughing she was banned once agai for violation the clause 25 of the Forum regulatyions: "Trying to avoid being banned"!  Grin Grin Grin Grin


Be sane, be serious, be friendly - don't be like Marina Uni!





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August 06, 2018, 05:12:24 PM
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An important announcement for everyone!


The topic starter, Marina Uni, has been currently banned by the forum administration because of the her of posted on purpose professionally created black-PR posts regarding Worldcore (1000+ posts from the October 2017) constatnly repeating itself and her reluctance to have real and open discussion without posting fakes and abusing the other forum members.

And what makes me laughing she was banned once agai for violation the clause 25 of the Forum regulatyions: "Trying to avoid being banned"!  Grin Grin Grin Grin


Be sane, be serious, be friendly - don't be like Marina Uni!







Ha-ha, Sqeeze,

I only hope the rest of the Marina's team have read the news carefully.
Have you, dear Veleor, researcher194, Noads and the rest?

It would be a big mistake not to take the friendly warnings seriously.   
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August 06, 2018, 05:16:42 PM
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An important announcement for everyone!


The topic starter, Marina Uni, has been currently banned by the forum administration because of the her of posted on purpose professionally created black-PR posts regarding Worldcore (1000+ posts from the October 2017) constatnly repeating itself and her reluctance to have real and open discussion without posting fakes and abusing the other forum members.

And what makes me laughing she was banned once agai for violation the clause 25 of the Forum regulatyions: "Trying to avoid being banned"!  Grin Grin Grin Grin


Be sane, be serious, be friendly - don't be like Marina Uni!







Ha-ha, Sqeeze,

I only hope the rest of the Marina's team have read the news carefully.
Have you, dear Veleor, researcher194, Noads and the rest?

It would be a big mistake not to take the friendly warnings seriously.  



A good point Risiandsen,

But I'm not about researcher194, it looks like now he's obsessed with Marianna Luzanova, but I can't blame him, she's a spectacular woman and I won't be much surprised if he dreams away and fantasies about her...  Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked  
 
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August 06, 2018, 05:23:03 PM
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I suggest we'd better discuss here not Marianna Luzanova however gorgeous she is but two big news:

1. The topicstarter Marina Uni has been banned by the forum administration

2. EUPSProvider s.r.o. opened a lawsuit against a media portal Rusbase which called Worldcore a scam in their article.
The article had been removed even before the court sessions began.

Really refreshing and poignant news!
  
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August 06, 2018, 06:09:57 PM
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https://ethanvanderbuilt.com/2018/02/15/pavel-krymov-arrested-for-atlantic-global-asset-management-and-questra-world-scam/

What´s this? Krymov a Questra/AGAM man? And perhaps Worldcore a Questra/AGAM originated brand as I´ve already suspected?
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August 06, 2018, 08:26:08 PM
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@SteelLiver - # 1186

Sorry, if the source of mentioned info is Russian there is no chance for me to search for it because I don´t understand Russian and naturally don´t have a Russian keyboard.


Ha-ha, that's really what was expected!
Now you "don't understand Russian" though two weeks ago you were able to  Grin Grin Grin

You're paid poster and not a reasearcher at all.

Keep on posting about Luzanova etc. until it's allowed. You've got a month and a half



Please, show me the post that could demonstrate that I´m able to understand Russian! I only know cyrillian letters, used in Russia and Bulgaria, but I neither understand Russian texts written in cyrillian letters nor written in Latin letters.
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I suggest we'd better discuss here not Marianna Luzanova however gorgeous she is but two big news:

1. The topicstarter Marina Uni has been banned by the forum administration

2. EUPSProvider s.r.o. opened a lawsuit against a media portal Rusbase which called Worldcore a scam in their article.
The article had been removed even before the court sessions began.

Really refreshing and poignant news!
  



Sorry, but the point 1 is not true.



The purpose of this topic is to stop the conveyor of false propaganda of the Worldcore's bots.
I ask the Bitcointalk administration to analyze the information posted here and protect the forum community.


Worldcore is a SCAM

Worldcore CEO faked a Diploma of Higher Education.
Worldcore is lying that their customer base has increased by 12 times in 6 months, from 25 thousands to 300 thousands people. Although number of visitors worldcore.trade is only 4500 per month.
Negative feedback about Worldcore is on the Internet since 2016.


List of Worldcore bots

Worldcore makes a lot of fake user accounts for a self-promotion on Bitcointalk.
Forum profiles that were registered within one hour have highlighted by different colors:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1350786 - Bubuta Box
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1350807 - JS.Dokk
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1714046 - Ynanane
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1800255 - Squeeze
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1867364 - araksancres
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1867750 - fianotas
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1948814 - ALEX BRN
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1948835 - serzp
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1948861 - U1tra
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1951699 - SteelLiver
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1954702 - Risiandsen
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1960605 - mikal_akut
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1962473 - Venatana
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1962573 - Manou
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1962593 - Onalylllo
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1964681 - VikarResid
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1964718 - ValarCrais
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1970954 - Mnezius
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1970963 - Balladoginn
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1971077 - Stardefender
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1971134 - Sinfang
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2145171 - compelito
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2145553 - akarmin
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2145663 - socmacho888
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2153543 - faleko24
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2153628 - souzafirst
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2154560 - wolfiem
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2154593 - akapulka
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2154606 - vivaldilo

All these nicknames are managed by no more than 2 or 3 persons, since they leave their comments at the same time, even in the middle of the night.
An example of a well coordinated publication of posts by bots at 5 am in Moscow: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2251768.msg40700540#msg40700540
A distinctive feature of these profiles is that they now have no statuses and signatures.


Worldcore bots call themselves satisfied investors.

I was an ICO member!!! I bought wrc tokens at a dime and sold out ar almost 50 cetns!! sure I can say that I was fuckingly lucky!! to do this but so what?/ It really seems to me that wrc tokens will go up soon . . 3 cents is like about nothing of matter and the wrc tokens will never ever bee cheaper like this -the price will be only increasing, no doubt))

I was the ICO member. I bought WRC tokens at a dime and sold out at almost 50 cetns. Sure I can say that I was fuckingly lucky to do this, but so what? It really seems to me that WRC tokens will go up soon. 3 cents is like about nothing of matter and the WRC tokens will never ever be cheaper - the price will be only increasing, no doubt))

after exchange platform launching the token price went up, I was lucky to buy wrc in advance,still wait,still hosl

I have already been a yeat and half with Worldocre and Im satisfied in general

No bounty. No airdrop. No problem.
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August 07, 2018, 03:10:01 PM
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I suggest we'd better discuss here not Marianna Luzanova however gorgeous she is but two big news:

1. The topicstarter Marina Uni has been banned by the forum administration

2. EUPSProvider s.r.o. opened a lawsuit against a media portal Rusbase which called Worldcore a scam in their article.
The article had been removed even before the court sessions began.

Really refreshing and poignant news!
  



Sorry, but the point 1 is not true.

https://i.imgur.com/6YXvhOZ.jpg

The purpose of this topic is to stop the conveyor of false propaganda of the Worldcore's bots.
I ask the Bitcointalk administration to analyze the information posted here and protect the forum community.


Worldcore is a SCAM

Worldcore CEO faked a Diploma of Higher Education.
Worldcore is lying that their customer base has increased by 12 times in 6 months, from 25 thousands to 300 thousands people. Although number of visitors worldcore.trade is only 4500 per month.
Negative feedback about Worldcore is on the Internet since 2016.

List of Worldcore bots


All these nicknames are managed by no more than 2 or 3 persons, since they leave their comments at the same time, even in the middle of the night.
An example of a well coordinated publication of posts by bots at 5 am in Moscow: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2251768.msg40700540#msg40700540
A distinctive feature of these profiles is that they now have no statuses and signatures.


Worldcore bots call themselves satisfied investors.

I was an ICO member!!! I bought wrc tokens at a dime and sold out ar almost 50 cetns!! sure I can say that I was fuckingly lucky!! to do this but so what?/ It really seems to me that wrc tokens will go up soon . . 3 cents is like about nothing of matter and the wrc tokens will never ever bee cheaper like this -the price will be only increasing, no doubt))

I was the ICO member. I bought WRC tokens at a dime and sold out at almost 50 cetns. Sure I can say that I was fuckingly lucky to do this, but so what? It really seems to me that WRC tokens will go up soon. 3 cents is like about nothing of matter and the WRC tokens will never ever be cheaper - the price will be only increasing, no doubt))

after exchange platform launching the token price went up, I was lucky to buy wrc in advance,still wait,still hosl

I have already been a yeat and half with Worldocre and Im satisfied in general



Ha-ha, welcome back untill the vey next ban  Grin

Btw, we've already seen this post, I don't know, for thirty, for fifty times?

For the God's sake, how long are you going to repost it and what for?

What are you going to achieve with it?
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August 07, 2018, 03:21:52 PM
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Something off topic - just for fun

There is a token called SEXCOIN. Between 12.11.2017 and 02.01.2018 this token had excessive "sex" with a permanently growing "penis erection" as you can see in this screenshot. But this effort has been so exhaustive that "penis" immediately slacked down and never revived since then. Pay attention guys for not doing this that way! And - by the way - (special info for Worldcore bots) "gorgeous" Marianna Luzanova isn´t my case. Yes, she seems very attractive, but she also seems to me as cold as ice. Even in younger years I wouldn´t like to have sex with her.



   
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Something off topic - just for fun

There is a token called SEXCOIN. Between 12.11.2017 and 02.01.2018 this token had excessive "sex" with a permanently growing "penis erection" as you can see in this screenshot. But this effort has been so exhaustive that "penis" immediately slacked down and never revived since then. Pay attention guys for not doing this that way! And - by the way - (special info for Worldcore bots) "gorgeous" Marianna Luzanova isn´t my case. Yes, she seems very attractive, but she also seems to me as cold as ice. Even in younger years I wouldn´t like to have sex with her.


http://i66.tinypic.com/fcjti9.jpg
  

The graph you showed displays obvious pumping and dumping scheme. Which means the project is a scam.
Talking about Worldcore we don't see any pumping in spite of dramatic price drop. They're not scam, they don't need it because the team is ready to face ups and downs of the barely regulated market and working on improving the situation.

And talking about sex - Pornhub now takes payments with Tron which affected positively its price, what a nice idea! Worcldcore should also have the same agreement with any notable sexual content providers to test new refreshing market    Grin    
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August 07, 2018, 04:16:36 PM
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And look what I've found in the Russian thread!
I'm not a native Russian speaker but able more or less understand what's all about and also we all have Google translator to our services)) It sounds like Marina Uni have opened recently her own cafe in Russia. I suspect the money she got as the payment from Alex Prochukhan - it can't find any other explanation because it doesn't look like Marina has any 8-17/ MO-SU daytime job as she's been spending almost all of her time inside these two threads, the Russian and the English speaking ones, created by her back in the last October. 

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B пepвyю oчepeдь, нaпoмним: Mapинa Caфoнoвa — глaвный иcпoлнитeль black PR-кaмпaнии, paзвepнyвшeйcя пpoтив Worldcore. Юнaя ocoбa oтвeтcтвeннa зa нaпoлнeниe лживым кoнтeнтoм caйтa stopkrymov.com, a тaкжe пoддepжaниe тeмпepaтypы xoливapa (пpим.peд.: xoливap — oбмeн cooбщeниями в интepнeт—фopyмax и чaтax, пpeдcтaвляющий coбoй бecплoднyю пoлeмикy, в кoтopoй yчacтники яpocтнo пытaютcя нaвязaть дpyг дpyгy cвoи тoчки зpeния) нa извecтнoм пpoфильнoм фopyмe... Mapинe Caфoнoвoй зaкaзчики aтaки кpaйнe дocтoйнo плaтят зa eё eдкиe зaмeчaния и exидныe пoдкoлы, кoтopыe пo щeлчкy пaльцeв дoлгoe вpeмя пyтaли пoльзoвaтeлeй. Ceгoдня жe пoдoбнaя cтpaтeгия нe paбoтaeт: apгyмeнты y Mapины Юни зaкoнчилиcь, зaпaлa зaмeтнo пoyбaвилocь. Oднaкo этo нe пoмeшaлo oфициaльнo бeзpaбoтнoй дeвyшкe oткpыть cвoй бизнec. Bпoлнe зaкoнoмepным мoжeт oкaзaтьcя тoт фaкт, чтo глaвный иcпoлнитeль black PR-aтaки oткpылa coбcтвeннoe кaфe cыpoeдчecкoй кyxни в Hoвocибиpcкe кaк paз нa yкpaдeнныe дeньги вклaдчикoв, чтo Aлeкcaндp Пpoчyxaн тpaтит нa вoйны и пoпытки yйти oт yгoлoвнoй oтвeтcтвeннocти.


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August 07, 2018, 04:31:52 PM
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It turned out that FintechEU (Alexey Nasonov) paid a participant in the forum for charging me.

 Huh 100 000 Worldcore tokens on his ETH wallet to blame me? it's $100?  Shocked



Bitcoin Talk Name: investalts
Bitcoin Talk Profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=932520
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ETH address: 0x5F7f9A8F4218Cef269DaDa68715dAc549B303A07
BTC address: 1CW1TmzSxfiwzxD9vuJeV3LZZBsU8u9C89

His Eth wallet https://etherscan.io/token/0x72adadb447784dd7ab1f472467750fc485e4cb2d?a=0x5f7f9a8f4218cef269dada68715dac549b303a07

I just curious, it is coincidence that 3 days ago (4th of August) "investalts" received 100.000 Worldcore tokens on his ETH wallet and after that he starts to blame Marina Uni and other people who supported her?




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