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    OneLife/OneCoin had been promoting their big can't miss, life-changing OneLife event held in Provdiv, Bulgaria. It was to announce the new one ecosystem and all the exciting news of the company is going to create a separate “new cash account”, to enable MLM bonus withdrawals from bonuses generated after August 1.

    If you are like me you are probably wondering why Plovdiv and not Sophia. What I learned is that Provdiv is the cultural center of Bulgaria. It is also one of the oldest cities in Europe and has been around since the Roman Empire. Old town still has the original cobble streets. It is also the second largest city in Bulgaria. So it really made sense to hold it there instead of Sophia. Of course another reason was they didn't want those attending to see an almost vacant offices of OneLife/OneCoin.

    For months they touted this event as a can't miss, a life-changing event and you had to be there. The event wasn't even held in the hotel ballroom but in a tent outside the hotel. The tent was lucky to hold 300 people and my guess is there were closer to 200 in attendance. They kept moving the camera around so you couldn't get a head count. That tells you how poor the attendance was. King Jayms was presented with his Black Diamond award. The excitement in the room when he accepted his award was as exciting as the watching paint dry and watching grass growing events. I really felt bad for the emcee. He had to cajole the attendees to applaud, shout and stand up for all the exciting news that was being shared. The room was as flat as a balloon with the helium escaping. It was truly pathetic. Less than 1/2 the people were applauding, cheering and standing up even after being prompted to do so.

    The big news was the actual lies told. DealShaker was said to have 637,891 Merchants on the slide presentation, but the website only shows 137,591 "Registered Merchants." Oops. For years now we have been told there were over 3.7 million members in OneLife/OneCoin but the slide only showed 2,051,816 members worldwide. Now there has never, ever been 3.7 million individual members. I have no doubt there were 3.7 million accounts, as many had multiple accounts, but never that many individual members.

    The spin they are trying to put on this total debacle is hilarious to watch. Their big announcement was that finally they only had one website where you could access all the different programs of OneLife in their one ecosystem. What was really funny is that they showed OneForex website. Seems these idiots didn't realize that the OneForex website was hacked and they don't own it anymore. Instead it exposes OneCoin/OneLife as the Ponzi it is. Shows you just how inept they truly are to not know this.

    What was really telling was that Thanh Duong was not in attendance. He is the one who was selling his OneCoins I referenced above. Guess King Jayms sent him to the woodshed by not allowing him to attend. I bet he is glad he wasn't there it was so pathetic. Now we wait to see if Thanh starts deleting his YouTube videos and posts on his FB page.

    King Jayms held a Q&A session and was asked about: when will there be an exchange? That one question they hate to have asked and have to answer. He told them it was up to the members as to when OneCoin would go on the exchange. He also said that right now supply was far greater than demand. Which means that OneCoin is worthless and not the 43.95 Euro they claim is the value of OneCoin. Oops!! Sadly I don't think anyone there picked up on that fact. You could tell that King Jayms was not happy with the question and that he had to give an answer. He also got asked about how to get merchants signed up because when they approached merchants about signing up for DealShaker they couldn't see the advantage. He did his best to gloss this over, but basically lied through his teeth how DS benefited the merchant. But then he didn't look happy at all at any time in any of his presentations; especially the big one announcing the new cash account coming Aug 1. Even he wasn't buying his BS. In the past he has been very animated, but he came across as dour and flat. He could hardly smile. When he did you could tell it was fake. Of course when they did the video interview, he was all pep and vigor. Too funny!!

    So the lies continue but this is dying on the vine and it won't be much longer before they will be forced to pull the plug. The mere fact this event fell flat on its collective face after all the big hype to get people to attend tells them it is going to be over soon. Now I want to see how they try to end it. This will be fun to watch.
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    Well, after all the hoopla of highly edited videos of the big Bulgaria One Ecosystem gathering train wreck, OneLife announced their next big can't miss, life changing One Ecosystem event will be in Vietnam in Jan 22. No date or location set yet just the pre-announcement trying to hype the event and start drumming up support for members to attend. This will be lucky to last until Jan. Too many people were watching the live video feed of the Provdiv One Ecosystem disaster.

    I had referenced that Thanh Duong was not at the Plovdiv event and felt he had been taken to the woodshed over his selling his onecoins which is a NO-NO. Seems he was in Australia and could not leave Australia as it is in lockdown. He did manage a video and of course tried his best to put a positive spin on the event. It was barf city caliber of lies as only Thanh can do.

    Again we had sentencing delays for Gilbert Armenta, Mark Scott, David Pike and Konstantin. Now we are looking at October for Gilbert, Mark and David. Konstantin's hearing is now set for November but that could change again depending on what happens with Sebastian Greenwood's case. Right now he has pled not guilty. That could change and agree to a plea deal, but that is months away from happening.

    One thing that I did notice in watching the Provdiv event is that there is an internal struggle for the leadership of OneLife between King Jayms and the team of Christi Calina & Luca Miatton. It is going to be interesting to see who wins the power play for leadership.
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    Well, King Jayms had his weekly Global Mentorship Webinar. He let everyone know how successful the One Ecosystem Plovdiv event was by claiming that new members are signing up excited about the opportunity and that existing members who were not active are now becoming active again because of the excitement of the Plovdiv event. For someone who claimed "How excited" he was, he sure didn't show it. Hardly cracked a smile. Tabita Omamogho came on and was full of fire, vim and vigor putting King Jayms to shame; but he was "excited."

    Then at the end he announced that for the first time ever by any company, OneLife was going to have a triple split of their tokens. Now stop and think about this for a moment. At the super-duper, over-the-top, fantastic, successful Plovdiv event, King Jayms said that OneCoin could not go to the exchange right now as supply was greater than the demand. This would drive the price down. So to solve this, they are going to create 3 times the amount of coins, but the demand is not increasing; thus making OneCoin worth even less than before the triple split. Great strategy and marketing King Jayms. That will get the coin on the exchange sooner than later!
    Last edited by EagleOne; 08-06-2021 at 11:13 PM.
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    RUJA HAS RETURNED! Well, not exactly. A new video was released where they had an actor pretend to be Ruja. This was nothing more than a trick to get members to "donate" to the cause. You see Ruja has been cut-off from all the funds of OneCoin/OneLife and needs "donations" to develop the blockchain that will be open source. And for your donation you will be greatly rewarded with additional coins. It was very obvious this was a deep-fake but sadly many of the faithful fell for it and made donations.

    Here's the video: Ruja Ignatova: are you ready to OneCoin Relaunch 2021? - YouTube When it was first released, at the end she sits back in the chair and has a conversation with an off-screen male in Russian. That has been cut from the video. One of the reasons why it was cut was due to the conversation but also because when she sat back you could see that her image was superimposed over the body of the person in the video. If you look closely at about the 1 minute mark when she sits up, you can see this along her hair line the image is superimposed over the figure. Another dead giveaway was her hands which are the hands of a man; plus Ruja would never be caught dead wearing this outfit.

    This video caught the leadership flat footed. It took them 3 days to issue a statement that this video was fake. I guess they were still in euphoria from the "success" of the Plovdiv One Ecosystem event (cough, cough).
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    BREAKING NEWS: Italy has indicted 14 people that promoted OneCoin. Based on the information we are certain that the Steinkeller Brothers (Aron, Christian and Stephan) and Luca Miatton were included, though names were not mentioned. Here is the article about these indictments:

    Brunico – According to investigations by the Bruneck financial police, 14 people are being charged with aggravated fraud, spreading a pyramid scheme and financial abuse. The investigation is related to the Bulgarian company "OneCoin Lt".

    The company promised countless citizens at home and abroad high profits by investing in the cryptocurrency OneCoin. Unlike Bitcoin, Ethereum and Co, however, it was actually a pyramid scheme: This is a fraudulent model in which an investor is only paid profits if he in turn recruits new buyers, who in turn deposit again.

    As soon as no new interested parties are found and liquidity dwindles, no more money flows. Those affected then usually notice that they have been subjected to fraud. Often, however, it is already too late to get back the invested money. In the course of investigations, Ruja Ignatova could be identified as the founder of the company. The woman is behind the idea of "OneCoin" and she has advanced the system on an international level. Because the Bulgarian has had several convictions both inside and outside the EU, she is an old acquaintance of the judicial authorities.

    In Italy, she is said to have received support from three South Tyrolean brothers who are based abroad. According to the financial police, they also belong to the top of the organization. As part of the investigation, the officials have investigated ten other representatives – nine South Tyroleans and one person from Veneto – who promoted the pyramid scheme in Italy.

    Interested parties were lured by promising phenomenal profits within a short period of time. They have also been promised additional bonuses if they recruit more members willing to invest. Those affected were told that the value of "OneCoin" would increase the higher the number of members. In addition, there will soon be a stock exchange listing, it was said – which, however, was never the case. Complicating matters for the defendants is the fact that it is cross-border fraud. Eleven million from South Tyrol transferred abroad

    In the course of the investigation, which was conducted by the Bolzano public prosecutor's office, telephone calls and conversations were intercepted. In addition, house searches took place in South Tyrol and Veneto. At the same time, there were investigations abroad – especially in Germany and Bulgaria. At the global level, a total of 1.8 billion euros are said to have been postponed as part of the frauds.

    The financial police of Brunico found out during the review of South Tyrolean banking institutions that a total of eleven million euros were transferred abroad for the purchase of "OneCoin" packages. Five million euros were transferred by around 3,700 people based in South Tyrol.

    Already in 2019, the financial police seized seven websites and 93 profiles on social networks associated with "OneCoin". In 2017, three companies and three entrepreneurs were fined 2.5 million euros.

    About the story of "OneCoin" and its founder Ruja Ignatova, the BBC in the UK has also published a podcast entitled "The missing cryptoqueen". In the USA, she and her brother Konstantin are already being tried. Her brother was arrested by the FBI in 2019. Ruja Ignatova herself has gone into hiding, an international manhunt is ongoing.


    Now it is going to be interesting to see how OneLife spins this new news since Luca Miatton is one of their current "leaders" in the company. So much for the claim that OneLife has weeded out all the riff-raff of IMA's and leaders doing illegal things, yada, yada, yada they spouted.

    King Jayms must be breathing a sigh of relief that he now only has to contend with Christi Calina for control of the leadership of OneLife. Which in itself raises another issue. Luca and Christi always did Zoom webinars together, as well as YouTube videos. They were a team. Their teams made up 70% of the attendees at the big Plovdiv One Ecosystem event. Then again King Jayms may be wondering if he is next on the list to get indicted. You can also bet that Christi is looking over his shoulder wondering if he is next.

    The walls are a crumbling down all around the pretense of OneLife being legal and the future of the One Ecosystem. This news hit the heart of their organization big-time. The powers that be are reeling and now scrambling on how they are going to deal with this. My guess is they will ignore it for as long as they can hoping that it won't have an effect on recruiting and existing members bailing. Just as they have with every arrest made by law enforcement against leaders of OneCoin. Their problem is Luca has a large downline of members that have now been effected by all of this and it is going to be hard to sweep this under the rug with them. No doubt they are all panicking with this news.

    As I have stated may times before, OneCoin/OneLife cases are a long, long, long way from being over. I can see this saga playing out well into 2023 maybe even longer. Will just depend on how many other countries will now step up to the plate and file charges against their countrymen/women who were major promoters of OneCoin/OneLife; and how far down the food chain each law enforcement agency wants to go. You can bet that any major promoter of OneCoin/OneLife is now scared they could be next. A chilling effect on future recruiting for OneLife.
    EagleOne
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    OneCoin money launderer David Pike has pled guilty to one count of bank fraud today (10/19). As per a Consent Preliminary Order of Forfeiture, presented at Pike’s October 19th plea control hearing, he is also subject to a $2.09 million dollar judgment. He was facing 4 counts of fraud related charges for his role in OneCoin. His plea deal allowed him to only have to plead guilty to one charge, Bank Fraud.
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