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September 11, 2018, 01:41:40 PM
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An ultimate proof that Worldcore people are fakers and scammers

Do you remember that Worldcore has reported when WRC token will start with trading on CoinExchange? I don´t because they never did.
Following I´ll show two screenshots: the first one with candles in the time interval of one month, and the second one with candles in the time interval of six hours.

http://i67.tinypic.com/2r7lpq0.png
Here you can see when the token pair WRC/BTC really started on this exchange: in January 2018 ! Remark the giant red candle of January - the "mother of a scam project"!

http://i66.tinypic.com/nmb1xz.png

Here large trading gaps are apparent, and during the last days also some erratic moves in price candles.
It seems like CoinExchange is used as a special purpose exchange for insiders only. Why did Worldcore people keep secret this fact? The only explanation for me: SCAM intention. It´s absolutely evident.
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September 11, 2018, 04:33:22 PM
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NB!

Interestingly I can't found some of my previous posts here.
Luckily I keep on saving it all at using web archive service for the claim application case.
I would like to point that deleted posts are neither offensive nor non-related to the topic - they're absolutely in the same vein with the rest of the posts here .
Therefore I kindly ask the moderators to read the post carefully before deleteing it.
Every should have sense and be performed in strict accordance to the forum's rules.

Thanks a lot for understanding!   
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September 11, 2018, 05:33:10 PM
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Now some really interesting news from Worldcore.

First, new 1.7 version of their iOS mobile availablle at the AppStore with some bug fixes and performance improvements.
Second, the Worldcore trade team are in the process of coordinating details with Visa regarding the issue of new debit cards Worldcore. By next Monday it is already planned to sign a contract and then proceed to the technical integration of their API. By Monday is plannned to complete integration of Bitcoin Cash wallets. Also they will soon add new currency pairs.


These news mean only the one thing - development in spite of the speculations and black PR-stuff. Bang on! 

Absolutely agree with you.
Why spend money on any updates or new services implementation without any real intension to fight your way through into the business.
If they were scammers like Marina Uni, Veleor or researcher194 try to convince us they would have already taken all the ICO money and hide somewhere on the Pacific islands or Latin America. They haven't done this. Isn't it enough not to blame Worldcore of being a scam?   
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September 11, 2018, 05:41:47 PM
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Now some really interesting news from Worldcore.

First, new 1.7 version of their iOS mobile availablle at the AppStore with some bug fixes and performance improvements.
Second, the Worldcore trade team are in the process of coordinating details with Visa regarding the issue of new debit cards Worldcore. By next Monday it is already planned to sign a contract and then proceed to the technical integration of their API. By Monday is plannned to complete integration of Bitcoin Cash wallets. Also they will soon add new currency pairs.


These news mean only the one thing - development in spite of the speculations and black PR-stuff. Bang on! 

Absolutely agree with you.
Why spend money on any updates or new services implementation without any real intension to fight your way through into the business.
If they were scammers like Marina Uni, Veleor or researcher194 try to convince us they would have already taken all the ICO money and hide somewhere on the Pacific islands or Latin America. They haven't done this. Isn't it enough not to blame Worldcore of being a scam?   

Can't disagree too.
The company doesn't behave like scammers do. Moreover, they fought for their reputation opening files in the court. Point me just a single scammers doing this? Everyone makes mistakes, but it's nothing but bias when you mix up altogether being a scammer thing and being not a 100% effectively operated project. The WRC team obviously made a few management mistakes but it's life, it's business - everybody makes it. A lot of startups sank at very start the way the Swedish "Vasa" flagship did in the harbour - but Worldcore survived and sails on. 

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September 11, 2018, 05:50:56 PM
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@Risiandsen,

You've metioned a very important thing - there' two files opened by EUPSProvider at the Moscow court in defense of the business reputation against two Russian paid medias mentioned Wordlcore as a scam on the websites. Moreover, one of them rb.ru (Rusbase) has removed the notorious article from their site even before the first court sessions. The final session with Rusbase is set to 18.09.18 and the other one will follow in October. This means the only thing: EUPSProvider shall be able post the court desicions everywhere in the world which not only shall dispell the scam accusations but also serve as a boost for the token's price. Interesting news are ahead.   
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September 12, 2018, 04:26:07 PM
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beware scam!

Golden words!  Grin
Luckily it's not about Worldcore. The project is for real and keeps on developing.
From the independent researcher's point of view this is a very interesting observation: how token had suffered a great fall pricewise and the extensive black pr atatck now;s been fighting it's way back to the league. Scammers just take your money and disappear but the Worldcore team is showing their ability to overhelm the situation. 
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September 12, 2018, 07:58:47 PM
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As previously revealed, Worldcore is project of Ukrainian swindler Pavel Krymov with actors instead of employees. The firm has no product, no prospects. The role of the talking head in it is played by Alexey Nasonov but he is absolutely a fake character. In addition, he has a fake diploma.

marina has mixed everything: worldcore, pavel krymov, allegedly "fake diploma" and even alexey nasonov. you are misleading other people on purpose trying to make obstacles for their understanding what's going in fact: just an unprecedented black-pr campaing against the wrc token. that's how it is.

Absolutely... But that's her tactics.   
And at the same time she has never answered a question: where are the rest of "the fooled investors" and why does she "fight the evil Worldcore" almost alone?
Also, why not to apply with the claim to the Czech Central bank instead of sprending her days days and nights whilts writing and writing on this forum (we'll be celebrating a 1 year anniversary to this thread soon).  Grin
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September 12, 2018, 08:16:02 PM
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As previously revealed, Worldcore is project of Ukrainian swindler Pavel Krymov with actors instead of employees. The firm has no product, no prospects. The role of the talking head in it is played by Alexey Nasonov but he is absolutely a fake character. In addition, he has a fake diploma.

marina has mixed everything: worldcore, pavel krymov, allegedly "fake diploma" and even alexey nasonov. you are misleading other people on purpose trying to make obstacles for their understanding what's going in fact: just an unprecedented black-pr campaing against the wrc token. that's how it is.

Absolutely... But that's her tactics.   
And at the same time she has never answered a question: where are the rest of "the fooled investors" and why does she "fight the evil Worldcore" almost alone?
Also, why not to apply with the claim to the Czech Central bank instead of sprending her days days and nights whilts writing and writing on this forum (we'll be celebrating a 1 year anniversary to this thread soon).  Grin

Marina's tactics here is something like "mix and match": no any newcomers would read at least 70 pages from the very beginning and go clicking all the links or googlingling the facts. Thats's why a few bright journalistic distorted facts mixed alltogether serve well on her purpose to impress new people here with so-called "investigations", i.e. this announced by her fake connection between Pavel Krymov and Worldcore - the true story is that Alex Nasonov paid $1000 a month for the advertisment banner on the quite popular Pavel Krymov owned forum and that's all. But Marina decided to make a mountain out of a molehill. And this is just a one of her lies examples.  Angry     
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September 13, 2018, 04:34:36 PM
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/re searcher it is impolite not 2 thank people when they send u a fine song trying 2 make from u a better researcher than u r now !!))pleasee dont repeat ur mistakes and dont beso rude when I send u a video investigation about ur employers pestyuk and prochukan once again ..as u dont want 2 comment it ,,I dont know even y  Undecided
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_6MDo8pKKw


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Thanks a lot for the link, quite interestng and in-depth investigation about those who stand behind the black PR-attack - Mr. Prochukhan and Mr.Petyuk. Absolutely worth watching especially for all the newcomers here to sort the things out a bit. I don't understand researcher194 pretending to be a real independent cryptomarket researcher spends so much of his on accusing Worldcore whilst there' many more 101% scams around. 
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September 13, 2018, 05:14:07 PM
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Some time ago 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 is a very important precedent because it means Worldcore has finally decided to defend officially their good name not in the Internet, but using the instruments of legal punishmnet. The final session set to the 18th of September

http://kad.arbitr.ru/Card/f8e9cf3e-bfca-4392-ab44-8a3ff74435ea

We'll get an official and undoubted proof of the black PR-attack on Worldcore in less than in a week!  

Moreover, there's another court session on the way - the 23rd of October  Wink
http://kad.arbitr.ru/Card/0867437f-2160-444c-9db8-a0085b5c7aee

And if Worldcore were a scam, would they have decided take it to the court? Obviously, not.

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September 13, 2018, 05:29:50 PM
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My points to conclude Worldcore has never been a scam.
It's very simple.

First, Worldcore doesn't practice any pump and dump schemes (just look at the WRC graphs) -  but the scams do.
Second, Wordlcore keeps on developing features - worldcore.trade has been launched, the applications are updated on regular basis, the VISA debet cards are on the way etc.
Third, Worldcore fights for it's reputation at the courts - do you know many scam doing that?

That's why I have to agree that the a lot of times mentioned above the black PR-attack from Alex Prochukhan against Worldcore has taken it's place - enough evidence to it has been collected and displayed here in the forum.
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September 13, 2018, 08:45:25 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 second one seems very mysterious:
Behind the relatively short capitalization spike (in comparison to the long spikes at the beginning) there were masked giant 24h volumes that didn´t never occure even approximately during the further times. You know what I suspect concerning this volume explosion: money laundering. My imagination is very good, but I can´t find another explanation for this three days event. Therewith the very aim of Worldcore ICO was already reached. All further actions only were and are histrionics - specially blaming Rietumu Bank and Questra/AGAM people for the downturn in WRC prices and market capitalization for saving the face as a "honorable and important Czech National Bank licenced financial institution with great future". Grin Grin Grin But as we surely should all know Worldcore acted with a lot of lies, false promises and fakes from its beginnings. Lies and fakes have short legs - and they all are already detected. Who often uses these behaviors has to acquiesce in being suspected for scam.

http://i64.tinypic.com/5wa0r9.png   
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September 14, 2018, 04:58:56 PM
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Some time ago 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 is a very important precedent because it means Worldcore has finally decided to defend officially their good name not in the Internet, but using the instruments of legal punishmnet. The final session set to the 18th of September

http://kad.arbitr.ru/Card/f8e9cf3e-bfca-4392-ab44-8a3ff74435ea

We'll get an official and undoubted proof of the black PR-attack on Worldcore in less than in a week!  

Moreover, there's another court session on the way - the 23rd of October  Wink
http://kad.arbitr.ru/Card/0867437f-2160-444c-9db8-a0085b5c7aee

And if Worldcore were a scam, would they have decided take it to the court? Obviously, not.



Personally I can't say any better. Scammers would never dare to fight for their business reputation in the court. And it would be a bright idea of posting the court desicions here on the forum - people have the right to know the truth and the real situation about Worldcore. And as long as I know, Rusbase had removed the doubtful article mentiong Worldcore as a "scam" from their site even before the court sessions started - a self-speaking evidence of being a paid poster.
 
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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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