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September 14, 2018, 05:53:13 PM
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The reality of Worldcore

As I already reported earlier the most remarkable events in WRC trade happened in January 2018 within a little more than two weeks. Concerning these ones I don´t see any relation to Questra/AGAM activities. Both occurrences had been created by Worldcore itself.

the reality of worldcore is that you are showing us january charts when all the market was growing rapidly about a week following the bear trend of bitcoin, the next week the market was going down, everybody remembers this. but you are trying to make a strong piece of evidence of it. wrc is part of the market as well. wrc was just following the common trend. so you didn't shock anybody ))keep calm
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September 14, 2018, 06:21:25 PM
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The reality of Worldcore

As I already reported earlier the most remarkable events in WRC trade happened in January 2018 within a little more than two weeks. Concerning these ones I don´t see any relation to Questra/AGAM activities. Both occurrences had been created by Worldcore itself.

the reality of worldcore is that you are showing us january charts when all the market was growing rapidly about a week following the bear trend of bitcoin, the next week the market was going down, everybody remembers this. but you are trying to make a strong piece of evidence of it. wrc is part of the market as well. wrc was just following the common trend. so you didn't shock anybody ))keep calm

And I would add that judging a whole process by a single event is says a lot about a resercher's qualification in general. Or can admit that someone highlights just certain events on purpose - when it serves his needs  Huh 
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September 14, 2018, 06:34:27 PM
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What I can really reprimand the Worldcore management for - is very slow reaction to the external threats like the well-known balck PR-attack. They've waited for too long before opening the files at the court and launching their own information campaign via worldcore-review. A lot of time was missed and the repution has been ruined. Not the best example of corporate governance, but once again it confirms Worldcore is a real project with real mistakes to be overhelmed too. 
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September 14, 2018, 09:11:15 PM
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Opinion about Worldcore on another forum:


https://www.offshorecorptalk.com/threads/update-about-worldcore.23467/#post-81608
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September 15, 2018, 02:58:58 PM
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@Veleor,

Are you serious when posting a single anonymous post from taken from a some obscure forum and trying to convince us "People talk that..."? Sorry, lad, your efforts are just laughable to say the least.

Going back to the Worldcore related news. Interestingly, recently the Ukranian police has raided Alex Prochukhan (Questra/ AGAM owner and a black PR-attack on Worldcore organizer) owned IT-company iPan Ltd. Meanwhile, Cheslas Pestyuk (another Questra/ AGAM owner and a black PR-attack on Worldcore organizer) suddenly has chnaged his surname to his wife's name - from Pestyuk to Konyukh. I wonder what it's all about?  Roll Eyes
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September 15, 2018, 03:19:09 PM
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But what's also interesting and could be considered as a good sign to Worldcore - Marina Uni's team anti-Worldcore activities here in the forum has been fading subsequently for the last 3-4 weeks. Nothing left to say? Transferred their activities to some other boards? Or just waited for the court's desicion in Moscow? Nonetheless, the amount of the Worldcore accusing posts decreased in times.   
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September 16, 2018, 09:40:35 AM
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@Veleor,

Are you serious when posting a single anonymous post from taken from a some obscure forum and trying to convince us "People talk that..."? Sorry, lad, your efforts are just laughable to say the least.

Going back to the Worldcore related news. Interestingly, recently the Ukranian police has raided Alex Prochukhan (Questra/ AGAM owner and a black PR-attack on Worldcore organizer) owned IT-company iPan Ltd. Meanwhile, Cheslas Pestyuk (another Questra/ AGAM owner and a black PR-attack on Worldcore organizer) suddenly has chnaged his surname to his wife's name - from Pestyuk to Konyukh. I wonder what it's all about?  Roll Eyes

Actually Marina's team have never bothered themselves with any solid fact checking ups - this is not a thing Alex Prochukhan pays them for. Lets take for example their laughable accustaions of Sean Patterson of being "a cheap actor" in spite of too many prove that Patterson has been a well paid and educated head of marketing, co-founder and evangelist as well for many projects including Worldcore. The quality of Marina's post rarely stands up against any criticism.     
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September 16, 2018, 10:23:26 AM
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By the way, who is this man in spectacles, and why does he have a woman's name?


this is alexey nosonov, ceo of worldcore company. it is exactly him against who black pr campaign was stared in otder to prevent company development and drop the wrc token price in the markets.
marina uni is a user who is always offending alexey nasonov and always telling a lie about him. she is extorting money

Hello. Give, please, an example of lies, which I allegedly spoke about Nasonov.
And also proof that I allegedly receive money.

good afternoon, marina! you provided here a translation to an opened lawsuit against worldcore started by the ukrainian police. you lied in the translation saying that pavel krymov has a connection with worldcore. that's nor true. it was written that pavel krymov PROBABLY has a connection with worldcore. ok?

It's translation from ukrainian and russian mass-media. I'm not ukrainian-russian translator. Anything else?
Proof: https://www.pravda.ru/news/economics/crypto/28-08-2018/1392145-Worldcore-0/


hahahaha!
you know that you are providing the text with a mistake. you were already told by other people that the text contains a mistake which changes the sense of the paper dramatically. you do it several times and do not change the text on purpose and your only excuse is kind of you are not a translator. do you understand how ridiculously it sounds? Grin Grin Grin
you are misleading people consciously! it is a deception!

True. This is the way the paidposter's team work. It's been already said above a lot about their methods of work, but it's the same silly fish caught twice))).
Starngely so-called researcher194 almost hasn't been active for 5 days already - banned or just feel ashamed?)))   
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September 16, 2018, 06:12:36 PM
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Worldcore token and Bitcoin

I don´t think that the AltCoins were and are followers of Bitcoin or Ethereum. What is the main relevance of Bitcoin and Ethereum? They are the main partners of AltCoins in trading pairs. This means that you mostly need these ones for transactions in AltCoins. Bitcoin´s big rise already started in the middle of September 2017 and moved successively higher till its peak on 17.12.2017. As we already know a lot of AltCoins are suspected to be scam respectively money laundering instruments: TRON, VIBE, Dentacoin, DigitalNote, Cardano, Ripple, WAX, Triggers and some more. In my opinion the buying pressure at the end of 2017 didn´t originate from BTC or ETH but from specific AltCoins which suddenly rose straight up (like flagpoles) since the beginning of December. The rise of WRC token happened in the first days of January 2018 when Bitcoin already was in hefty downturn, and the event of 17.-19.01.2018 with the huge 24h volumes was unprecedented. I never registered a similar event in another AltCoin.




 
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September 17, 2018, 10:37:02 AM
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Did you notice that there are wars of Newbys here?

Nice job))

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September 17, 2018, 04:58:49 PM
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Welcome back, Marina))
And what do you think a single screenshot proves? Are you trying to convince us with this sad and lonely post by an anynomous writer?
A bothchered job. 
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September 17, 2018, 05:41:58 PM
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I wonder about the forthcoming VISA debet cards deal - this means Worldcore have finally managed to withdrew the funds from dubious  Rietumu banka and signed a partnership deal with another bank. I suspect this bank to be a Turkish one - Turkey suddenly spalshed a wave of interest in Worldcore. Does anybody has any proven news or insider's info about it? 
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September 17, 2018, 06:12:42 PM
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I wonder about the forthcoming VISA debet cards deal - this means Worldcore have finally managed to withdrew the funds from dubious  Rietumu banka and signed a partnership deal with another bank. I suspect this bank to be a Turkish one - Turkey suddenly spalshed a wave of interest in Worldcore. Does anybody has any proven news or insider's info about it? 

It's unlikey to be in connection the Turkish bank. Being registered in Prague and having it's activities regulated by the Czech republic financial authorities Worldcore is meant to be an EU company. The first of all, Turkey's experiencing not the best political relations with the EU. And it's out of the eurozone payments which also means there could be extra payment issues and outlays, it's the second. But let see, possibly they'll reveal their new bank very soon.   
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September 17, 2018, 06:31:46 PM
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Welcome back, Marina))
And what do you think a single screenshot proves? Are you trying to convince us with this sad and lonely post by an anynomous writer?
A bothchered job. 

Marina, Veleor and reseracher194 are very quite for a couple of the past weeks here in the thread. It looks like there's not a lot left to say - decided to take a rest or a ceasefire?) No new "investigations", "revelations" or just "speculations" - just compare how it used to be lets say two months ago - a cornucpia of paidposter activities, but now it's almost over.  Grin

It's a calm before the storm))) Tomorrow we'll have the first court desicion upon the EUPSProvider lawsuit regarding denigration of Worldcore business reputation.  Cool
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September 17, 2018, 07:53:06 PM
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Hello, you former Worldcore defenders! Did you all have holidays and are active again unisono? No, you surely don´t be "paid shills" of Worldcore but I think you are multiple accounts of one team member. You obviously have insider knowledges. If you are not Bohdan Taranenko ask him for a translation of this Kiev Police Department document because he is Ukrainian. There still doesn´t exist a proof for scam but I believe there are evident suspicion aspects which will be investigated further more. Next step could be a court file.




Source: https://www.pravda.ru/news/economics/crypto/28-08-2018/1392145-Worldcore-0/
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September 18, 2018, 08:49:32 AM
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Hello, you former Worldcore defenders! Did you all have holidays and are active again unisono? No, you surely don´t be "paid shills" of Worldcore but I think you are multiple accounts of one team member. You obviously have insider knowledges. If you are not Bohdan Taranenko ask him for a translation of this Kiev Police Department document because he is Ukrainian. There still doesn´t exist a proof for scam but I believe there are evident suspicion aspects which will be investigated further more. Next step could be a court file.




Source: https://www.pravda.ru/news/economics/crypto/28-08-2018/1392145-Worldcore-0/


Of course, after the criminal case against Worldwide is investigated, a court session will be held. There will come a moment of truth.

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September 18, 2018, 02:44:09 PM
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Hello, you former Worldcore defenders! Did you all have holidays and are active again unisono? No, you surely don´t be "paid shills" of Worldcore but I think you are multiple accounts of one team member. You obviously have insider knowledges. If you are not Bohdan Taranenko ask him for a translation of this Kiev Police Department document because he is Ukrainian. There still doesn´t exist a proof for scam but I believe there are evident suspicion aspects which will be investigated further more. Next step could be a court file.

http://i63.tinypic.com/sgk8rb.jpg


Source: https://www.pravda.ru/news/economics/crypto/28-08-2018/1392145-Worldcore-0/


Telling you the truth I can tell same about you - a former Worldcore attacker with much ceased activities nowdays Smiley No, I'm not a Bohdan Taraneneko and I don't speak or read the Ukranian language. And you sound very reasonable stating there's haven't been any real proves for Worldcore being a scam but some connections may look suspicious and lead you astray (and they are: the banner on Pavel Krymov's MMGP forum, an account in the Latvian Rietumu banka, rise and fall if the token in general), but stitching it all together looks more like building a new conspiracy theory like a castle in the sand. Opening the court sounds ok for the Worldcore: two of them has been opened already and we can't help but wait for the court's verdict.   
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September 18, 2018, 04:23:11 PM
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Hello, you former Worldcore defenders! Did you all have holidays and are active again unisono? No, you surely don´t be "paid shills" of Worldcore but I think you are multiple accounts of one team member. You obviously have insider knowledges. If you are not Bohdan Taranenko ask him for a translation of this Kiev Police Department document because he is Ukrainian. There still doesn´t exist a proof for scam but I believe there are evident suspicion aspects which will be investigated further more. Next step could be a court file.

Source: https://www.pravda.ru/news/economics/crypto/28-08-2018/1392145-Worldcore-0/


Of course, after the criminal case against Worldwide is investigated, a court session will be held. There will come a moment of truth.

"A crimal case" you say? Shouldn't there has been a police on this document first of all, if it's really official? Huh Roll Eyes
Otherwise it looks like a fake a bit - without a proper offical stamp anyone could make it's very own customized "a criminal case" proof againt Worldcore or against Marina Uni personally. Don't you think so?

This is the same kind of "proof" as naming Sean Patterson "a cheap actors" based on his cooking photo (he mentioned cooking as a one of his hobbies on a social net and uploaded a photo) and totally ignoring his MBA, Warwick University, being a co-founder and an evangelist at the certain project. A very typical for Marina Uni Worldcore related "reseach" approach. 
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September 18, 2018, 04:42:05 PM
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Hello, you former Worldcore defenders! Did you all have holidays and are active again unisono? No, you surely don´t be "paid shills" of Worldcore but I think you are multiple accounts of one team member. You obviously have insider knowledges. If you are not Bohdan Taranenko ask him for a translation of this Kiev Police Department document because he is Ukrainian. There still doesn´t exist a proof for scam but I believe there are evident suspicion aspects which will be investigated further more. Next step could be a court file.


Source: https://www.pravda.ru/news/economics/crypto/28-08-2018/1392145-Worldcore-0/


Of course, after the criminal case against Worldwide is investigated, a court session will be held. There will come a moment of truth.

I think pravda.ru shall be more cautious when posting such things - I the light of the situation with rb.ru haing had posted something, then removed it and called to the court for answering today.
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September 18, 2018, 05:27:05 PM
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I've just remembered a funny story about Worldcore I read here on the forum.
A girl complaint about Worldcore saying she had bought the token for (I don't recall the exact amount, sorry) something like 0,08 and manged to sold it for 0,15 then - weeping out how bad the token is, she hasn't got any profit at all Grin It sounds like she's never to school because it's about basic mathematics - she's got almost 100% of profit from nowhere! Of course, the positivity of the effect depends on volumes you trade but you just can't argue with exact science of mathematics - don't weep, trade big volumes and you'll feel bigger effect. It's simple when it comes to cheap altcoins.   

@Valar Crais

It's about greed and very human indeed - a girl expected euro in thousands and got a dozen only. But there's nothing wrong with Worldcore anyway. Noone has ever promised it shall overcome Bitcoin. And there' a lot of much worse token and and even scams around. Trying to earn something on the cryptomarket is not something you'll get for granted. It depends a lot on a million of various factors and also on how swift and flexible you're.  Wink   


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