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October 06, 2017, 09:56:08 PM
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There is nothing new with this.. a new ico scam, there is nothing new with that.. we all know that almost all the icos are scam, and you are seriously opening a scam acussation? you are trusting your eth in a new company, i think that you are the only responsable of your coins, and if you lost them, it is your fault, not the fault of the company.
I dont understand why people is still investing in ICO's, and everyday there are more scams from new icos.

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October 07, 2017, 12:18:27 AM
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unfortunately even if this is a scam, too bad no law enforcement can do much Sad welcome to the world of crypto
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October 07, 2017, 09:54:53 AM
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There is nothing new with this.. a new ico scam, there is nothing new with that.. we all know that almost all the icos are scam, and you are seriously opening a scam acussation? you are trusting your eth in a new company, i think that you are the only responsable of your coins, and if you lost them, it is your fault, not the fault of the company.
I dont understand why people is still investing in ICO's, and everyday there are more scams from new icos.

Is Worldcore just next “funny business”!? ICO Worldcore organizer – wrongo Pavel Gennadievich Krymov. Don’t use token WCR!


ICO Worldcore is just next attempt to steal money of investors performed by Pavel Krymov who is the widely known as founder of endless-chain schemes. Worldcore is actively advertised on the forum of this swindler. Criminal cases already initiated. Don’t purchase token WCR!

More recently ICO Worldcore is actively advertised on MMGP.RUhttp://stopkrymov.com/news/delo-mmgp-ru-prodagniy-resurs-moshennika-pavla-krimova that is known as forum of walloping financial villain Pavel Krymov.
 Banner of Worldcore is located on the page heading of the forum and encourages investors to participate in whopping sale of WRC tokens.

 
Performing of ICO advertising awhile before the date of sale is a normal practice. But the most strange or even suspectable thing is fact that crypto-project Worldcore possesses the biggest (and the most expensive) banner on the secondary and swindling Internet resource MMGP.RU.
MMGP.RU audience includes hyipers, networkers, MLM-gamers and Internet-investors. But it doesn’t include the crypto-investors.

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October 07, 2017, 02:49:00 PM
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Lack of arguments for investment. Worldcore does not have licenses, registrations, a tax report (FATCA), a corporate social responsibility (CSR) document, or even a financial plan.
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October 07, 2017, 04:46:43 PM
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Ambitions that are not comparable to reality. Only a stupid optimist (swindler) is planning an ICO scam-project for 100 million dollars. This goal is nothing more than an attempt to take a bigger piece. And again Krymov's mannerism.

If somebody doesn’t know, Pavel Krymov is financial wrongo and organizer of Ponzi games such as Questra World http://stopkrymov.com/article/questra-world, Forex Trend http://stopkrymov.com/article/forex-trend, Panteon Finance http://stopkrymov.com/article/panteon-finance, Private FX http://stopkrymov.com/article/private-fx  and more than 40 other scams. Mixing of reasonable enterprises such as Forex market with inadequate enterprises in the form of hyip became his hallmark. Inasmuch as Krymov is the only person interested in ICO Worldcore advertising it is fair to assume that he participates in this project for his own purposes linked with his financial benefits.
 As Krymov considers himself as “successful marketer”, he could well get a leg in and become a Worldcore partner by promising excellent promotion of ICO project.
In order to make all following information more accessible we’ll divide it into two blocks. In the first block we will explain you why Pavel Krymov is organizer of ICO Worldcore.

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October 08, 2017, 09:05:33 AM
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The payment system Worldcore, supposedly working for two years, did not show documents on working with Visa/Mastercard, SWIFT, etc. But it informed that it would certainly be in partnership with them ... someday. We can't believe it - two years of absolutely illegal work!
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October 08, 2017, 02:50:55 PM
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Doubtful team. If you are a public top manager and want to gain trust, then there must be information about you. No pages on LinkedIn, nor a mention of past successes - about the top management of Worldcore is unknown. Well, except that participation in Russian Forex-engines. Forex - the favourite legend of the pyramids of Pavel Krymov.
By the way, iOS developer did not impress the world with the application, but we tell about this later.
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October 08, 2017, 04:04:05 PM
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Is CEO of Worldcore  a fake? Arising from nowhere young businessman Alexei Nasonov (born in 1988) with 3 million 475 thousand CZK (about 134 000 euros) in the project? It is doubtful. But this is acceptable for Krymov - remember the pyramid of Questra Word and its Spanish actor-directors.
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October 08, 2017, 04:54:31 PM
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Twisted ridiculous attendance. The Czech company? The European market? Why 50% of the traffic - RF aggregators, bitcoin-cranes and fraudulent MMGP.RU? The same thing is with attendance - the CIS and the countries of Latin America (!).
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October 08, 2017, 06:33:32 PM
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Boorish communication of representative of Worldcore in profile forums. The topic starter in the ICO Worldcore branch on bitcointalk org snaps at uncomfortable questions and calls investors "morons".
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October 08, 2017, 07:43:36 PM
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Bots. The bounty program from Worldcore is an offer to write 60 positive posts for bonuses from the company. Parallel to this, bots are created that use foul language and discredit the opposition.
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October 08, 2017, 08:31:42 PM
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Distrust of experienced investors. On the same bitointalk their own claims to WC were expressed by the experienced users of the forum. Naturally, the inconvenient questions of the topic-starter are ignored.
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October 08, 2017, 09:51:25 PM
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Weak customized articles and press releases. They write about themselves about nonsense, they themselves pay in average publications. The double-dealing is so bold that nobody doubts that the words "worldcore works with banks" are lies. The article itself is a story about the fact that they, the beautiful ones, were invited to a conference.
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October 09, 2017, 08:01:45 AM
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Weak customized articles and press releases. They write about themselves about nonsense, they themselves pay in average publications. The double-dealing is so bold that nobody doubts that the words "worldcore works with banks" are lies. The article itself is a story about the fact that they, the beautiful ones, were invited to a conference.


The connection of any project with the swindler Pavel Krymov is a failure. Absolutely any undertaking promoted on the scammer's resources (including MMGP) is a priori scam.

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October 09, 2017, 09:37:48 AM
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WORLDCORE OFFICIAL RESPONSE

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2223444.msg22451432#msg22451432

Bitcointalk profiles of scammers and extortionists who started FUD company agains worldcore. All proofs you can find in the upper link.
mosprognoz : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1094569
bambarnia : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1094553
Reyzex : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1071232
jemura : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1162728
Maria Uni : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1162311


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regulated business can't be SCAM. It's impossible.


Stupid russian scammers ^) Nasonoregulated business ^)))

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October 09, 2017, 09:39:41 AM
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Advertising on Krymov’s forum MMGP.RU. We already discussed this point above. In order to make the picture complete we’ll add short overview of Worldcore’s history. In 2014 this company was named as Swifthub and was dealing with creating and development of payment platform. In 2015 the company was renamed to Worldcore. In 2016 the company had created device application and became fairly remarkable fintech company. In 2017 crypto-currencies and ICO made a trend. “Marketer” and scammer Pavel Krymov had got next to project and proposed to perform and to advertise ICO. As result now we have ICO Worldcore which is promoting on Krymov’s Ponzi-games web-site – MMGP.RU.

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October 09, 2017, 11:08:44 AM
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On 23 August scammer Pavel Krymov posted information in his blog about preparation for great advertising campaign of ICO.   
But there is one small detail. Pavel was preparing for company, but it is obvious that he kept in mind campaign. Marketer surely knows differences between these two terms. But Krymov isn’t marketer – he is a criminal with several criminal cases initiated against him.
http://stopkrymov.com/news/moshennik-pavel-krymov-obyavlen-v-mezhdunarodnyy-rozysk .
On 24 August (next day after posting of Krymov’s blog) new topic about ICO Worldcore was published on web-site Bitcointalk.org (this is the biggest forum about crypto-currencies). Was it just a coincidence? Surely not – Pavel Krymov started to promote Worldcore.

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October 09, 2017, 12:15:28 PM
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The sequence of dates for calls for cooperation on ICO from Pavel Krymov and Worldcore. August 23 - Pavel Krymov on his blog posts information that a large advertising campaign ICO is preparing. August 24 (the day after the publication of Krymov) on the site Bitcointalk org (the largest forum on crypto currency), the topic ICO Worldcore appeared.

Announcements and bogus stories from Krymov’s henchwoman Yuliya Komnina.
Yuliya Komnina http://stopkrymov.com/person/julia-piunina-komnina-julls is pretty young but very smart swindle who assists Pavel Krymov in cheating of people in informational space. Pavel Krymov is busy by scam of his new economic bubble Private FX at the moment thus Yuliya Kolomnina provided the following information under different nicknames:
1. – It will be ICO here (so, now we have an ICO Worldcore);
2. – It will be new brand and new name of it, thus there is no reason to resent about Private FX (actually the case: the name, that wasn’t mentioned before – Worldcore);
3. – It will be cooperation with heave financial partner (in this case there is a hint at Czech bank, but this point still remains doubtful)

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October 09, 2017, 01:12:12 PM
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Fictional blackmail. When on the forum bitcointalk appeared members of the forum, doubting the company and its ICO, the topstarter laid out a few "screenshots" that depict how, poor, blackmailed unknown scammers. This is a mannerism of Pavel Krymov. For those who do not know - he and lime dealings paid for 500000 US Dollars. That, by the way, he will stand surety for.
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October 09, 2017, 02:41:00 PM
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Sound approach to crowdsale Worldcore; screwups and signs of scam artist Pavel Krymov
ICO Worldcore has amount of technical issues and gaps that even apart from evident involvement of scammer Pavel Krymov additionally point out on fact that it is not recommended to invest capital to ICO Worldcore.

1. Domain ICO Worldcore – Worldcore.com is registered in favor of individual.
Isn't it likely little bit strange for you that so-called “heavy company from Czech Republic” suddenly decided to register domain of crowdsale in favor of individual person (a certain Aleksey Nasonov)? Domain details are hidden, of course.

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