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June 29, 2018, 06:05:41 PM
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Black PR - no more and no less, independent medias confirm it clearly.
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June 29, 2018, 06:07:06 PM
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Another independent confirmation Worldcore was attacked and WRC ruined:

https://s25.postimg.cc/nms3sm6z3/image.jpg

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June 29, 2018, 06:11:49 PM
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By the way, in this quote you also can find the copy of a "Certificate Of Compliance" for Worldcore, issued by a small Russian company that offers payed consulting and business information - Deiteriy. I believe they issue anything for what you pay. Note: There has never and nowhere been showed a Czech Certificate!

https://ru.lynkos.com/company/deiteriy-co-ltd 
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June 29, 2018, 06:12:19 PM
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Another independent confirmation Worldcore was attacked and WRC ruined:

https://s25.postimg.cc/nms3sm6z3/image.jpg



What's interesting, ICO rating claims in the artcle posted above:

"We did not find information confirming the truthfulness of the arguments cited by opponents of Worldcore"

What else is needed to be added? Absolutely nothing!
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June 29, 2018, 06:17:09 PM
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By the way, in this quote you also can find the copy of a "Certificate Of Compliance" for Worldcore, issued by a small Russian company that offers payed consulting and business information - Deiteriy. I believe they issue anything for what you pay. Note: There has never and nowhere been showed a Czech Certificate!

https://ru.lynkos.com/company/deiteriy-co-ltd 


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But believing and having a proof to acuse - two polar things.
Imagination can take you everywhere - so, travel well!  Tongue
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June 29, 2018, 08:33:50 PM
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„Heretical“ thoughts of a intensely researching and critically thinking user

In view of a lot of aspects meanwhile I´m rather convinced that Worldcore is one of the most intelligent frauds I ever registered. I suspect this SCAM had been based on dialectic construction long before the ICO start: JANUS-faced topics, „good“ and „bad“ paid performers (users) who seemingly wage war against each other, reporting of contradictory „facts“, red-herrings and so on. And I even believe that this topic was set as a part of this system.

Perfect „reasons“ for pleaded explanation of probable Worldcore failure for the public.

@stardefender: You should know that imagination has been and is the base of all discoveries and inventions! Future may show if I was right or false in my thinking about Worldcore.   
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June 30, 2018, 07:45:49 AM
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@stardefender: You should know that imagination has been and is the base of all discoveries and inventions! Future may show if I was right or false in my thinking about Worldcore.   


Future will show definitely. 
At the moment apart from all the omagionary "facts" posted we've got he rating below and I agree with it - Worldcore is no nothing extremely good or bad, it's mediocre and developing with 2.9 out of 5 rating at icorating.com, a lot depends on the team efforts.




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June 30, 2018, 02:20:17 PM
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@stardefender: You should know that imagination has been and is the base of all discoveries and inventions! Future may show if I was right or false in my thinking about Worldcore.   


Future will show definitely. 
At the moment apart from all the omagionary "facts" posted we've got he rating below and I agree with it - Worldcore is no nothing extremely good or bad, it's mediocre and developing with 2.9 out of 5 rating at icorating.com, a lot depends on the team efforts.






Yeah, and I might add: In view of their soaring plans (inter alia Swiss bank licence and IPO) it also strongly depends on still disposable capital. And hereof I suppose some problems: They surely had high promotion costs for ICO, but this didn´t perform as wanted. And I can imagine that their operational business doesn´t perform well, too.
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June 30, 2018, 02:45:58 PM
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Suspicion of money laundering

Today there are remarkable transactions in a special token: Selfkey.

https://selfkey.org/

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/selfkey/

Every time when 24h volume is widely exceeding market capitalization there must be suspicion of money laundering - like with WRC on Jan 18 and 19.
I think the business idea of Selfkey isn´t suitable for such spectacular upmoves in volume:

Current market capitalization: $ 65 mio   -  24h volume: $ 404 mio
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July 01, 2018, 08:27:38 AM
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@stardefender: You should know that imagination has been and is the base of all discoveries and inventions! Future may show if I was right or false in my thinking about Worldcore.   


Future will show definitely. 
At the moment apart from all the omagionary "facts" posted we've got he rating below and I agree with it - Worldcore is no nothing extremely good or bad, it's mediocre and developing with 2.9 out of 5 rating at icorating.com, a lot depends on the team efforts.






Yeah, and I might add: In view of their soaring plans (inter alia Swiss bank licence and IPO) it also strongly depends on still disposable capital. And hereof I suppose some problems: They surely had high promotion costs for ICO, but this didn´t perform as wanted. And I can imagine that their operational business doesn´t perform well, too.

Ha-ha, I'd say that almost any business doesn't perform as it was expected and it depends on a lot of unexpected factors.
Obviously the black-PR attack ruined the WRC performance significally but also we've got amother example earlier in this thread - Dodecademic. This token from the very beginning was cheaper than WRC but after a sudden McAfee's speech in support of it, it jump for 61% high above the market dynamics. A lot of interesting things happen these days...
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July 01, 2018, 11:41:03 AM
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@stardefender: You should know that imagination has been and is the base of all discoveries and inventions! Future may show if I was right or false in my thinking about Worldcore.   


Future will show definitely. 
At the moment apart from all the omagionary "facts" posted we've got he rating below and I agree with it - Worldcore is no nothing extremely good or bad, it's mediocre and developing with 2.9 out of 5 rating at icorating.com, a lot depends on the team efforts.






Yeah, and I might add: In view of their soaring plans (inter alia Swiss bank licence and IPO) it also strongly depends on still disposable capital. And hereof I suppose some problems: They surely had high promotion costs for ICO, but this didn´t perform as wanted. And I can imagine that their operational business doesn´t perform well, too.

Ha-ha, I'd say that almost any business doesn't perform as it was expected and it depends on a lot of unexpected factors.
Obviously the black-PR attack ruined the WRC performance significally but also we've got amother example earlier in this thread - Dodecademic. This token from the very beginning was cheaper than WRC but after a sudden McAfee's speech in support of it, it jump for 61% high above the market dynamics. A lot of interesting things happen these days...


You shouldn´t compare Worldcore with Docedemic. They are acting in completely different sectors.

https://ambcrypto.com/john-mcafee-supports-docademic-mtc-small-coins-big-promotions/

https://coinmarketcap.com/de/currencies/docademic/

Let´s compare Worldcore with some of its crypto-based financial services competitors:

https://coinmarketcap.com/de/currencies/banca/

https://coinmarketcap.com/de/currencies/bankex/

https://coinmarketcap.com/de/currencies/time-new-bank/

https://coinmarketcap.com/de/currencies/crypterium/

They all currently don´t perform well, and even the giant Bancor doesn´t:

https://coinmarketcap.com/de/currencies/bancor/



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July 01, 2018, 04:35:15 PM
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What I miss: substantial comments to the following posts:

# 866 - # 879 - # 880 - # 886 - # 890 - #893 - # 902

Are you perhaps struck all of a heap, guys? I hope you aren´t!
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July 01, 2018, 07:08:04 PM
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What I miss: substantial comments to the following posts:

# 866 - # 879 - # 880 - # 886 - # 890 - #893 - # 902

Are you perhaps struck all of a heap, guys? I hope you aren´t!


They need to approve it with Alexey Nasonov, kinda "CEO" of WORLDCORE

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July 02, 2018, 07:42:30 AM
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Garbage cryptocurrency Worldcore – fraud token

Absolutely worthless Worldcorec ryptocurrency, namely WRC token is the main part of another Pavel Krymov’s scam.

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July 02, 2018, 08:31:13 AM
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@Marina Uni

What about substantial comments to my posts mentioned in # 908 from your side, especially to # 902? 
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July 02, 2018, 08:57:46 AM
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"2. System
2.1. The System is based on the principles of voluntariness, equity, uniform approach, stability, indefinite duration and is created with the purpose of providing technological assistance to its Peers in generating incomes from the growth of certain cryptocurrencies value and the rapid increase of the cryptocurrency market capitalization in the world as a whole. 2.2. Peers’ participation in the System allows to reduce the risks inherent in the developing cryptocurrency market in the absence of global state regulation of their release, circulation and use due to structuring and planning of financial flows. 2.3. The System functions in such a way as to distribute as fairly as possible all the incomes received from the cryptocurrencies between its Peers. At the same time, the System income itself is formed solely at the expense of Peers’ commission charges, including commissions for an early income withdrawal from the System and it is used to maintain the System's firmware, the labor / services of involved specialists in the area of operations with cryptocurrencies and the implementation of mandatory fees and payments due to the norms of the applicable legislation of the relevant jurisdiction. 2.4. The System does not provide its Peers with banking, insurance and any other licensed services or services that require the obtaining of any official authorization or confirmation."

Excerpt from:  https://digithereum.com/docs/en/rules.pdf?v=2.0


Very nice rules for DIGITHEREUM investors!

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About CRYPTERIUM

https://crypterium.com/

https://crypterium.com/news

Especially watch the videos of promoting persons! Simply "delicious".  Grin Grin Grin
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July 02, 2018, 09:39:27 AM
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this thread is hilarious. People putting so much effort into this.
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July 02, 2018, 02:02:54 PM
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And here we've come to the second link.
Marina Uni constantly refers to stopkrymov.com site trying hard to prove an imaginary link between Pavel Krymov and Alex nasonov of Worldcore.
But it's the 21st century and we've got an excellent Builtwith.com service. And what do we see here - exactly what's expected: stopkrymov.com is connected to our "friends" of questraworld.es, just have a look here:

https://s25.postimg.cc/wrxr1qiy7/stop_krymov.png
 
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July 02, 2018, 02:08:05 PM
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Now it's time to plug the 3rd link of this chain.
Marina Uni refers to stopkrymov.com, stopkrymov.com is to connected to questraworld.es and what do we about Questra?
The independent media report Questra stands behind the black PR-attack on Worldcore.
For example, Cryptoninjas.net:

https://s25.postimg.cc/8o9oxsmnj/cryproninjas.jpg



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July 02, 2018, 02:13:43 PM
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Now we've learnt Questra is responsible for the attack on Worldcore and WRC token price drop.
So, fourth link in our investigation leads us to the Questra owner - Alex Prochukhan, people, know your "hero"  Grin Grin Grin
Bingo!


The scammers` actions are not always amenable to logic because at a certain stage they begin to rip off the mind from greed from the amount of stolen goods, and they stop thinking about their actions and are guided by blind instincts almost like animals. I think the final act of the tragicomedy under the name "Questra & AGAM" is coming up! Storing up popcorn gentlemen))

And here's a man who stands behind Questra and Questra 2.0 which he's desperately trying to launch (or better say - relaunch).
Be aware of Alex Prochukhan, the Marina Uni's employer:


And here' the Questra "hero" responsible for the campaign against Worldcore - Aleksander Prochukhan.
He's the real owner of the criminal international financial pyramid Questra World and AGAM (Atlantic Global Asset Management) - to Aleksander Prochukhan from Ukraine and his close partner Vyacheslav Pestyuk. They worked together with Krymov. Can anyone explain to me why are they still at large?

Let’s discuss a delicate family issue, why did his wife’s (Prochukhan Lilia Aleksandrovna, 2/18/1990, AB899416) sister (Kulibaba Ekaterina, 5/18/1987, EP067210) control the head company Questra Holdings Ltd., while he withdrew what he managed to steal from his credulous investors using the company registered on him in Hong-Kong (Development Distribution Analytics Capital ltd.) under the guise of a partner of Questra Holdings Ltd.?

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