Kraken exchange refuses to list OneCoin’s OFC “Ponzi coin”
When OneCoin announced its OFC ICO last week, twelve public exchanges were initially featured on the ICO website.
OneCoin claimed it was “contacting” the featured exchanged regarding public listing of their OFC ERC20 token.
Without explanation, OneCoin slashed the featured exchange number to just six within a few days.
Now, of the remaining six exchanges that were listed, one has publicly confirmed it has no plans to list OneCoin’s OFC “Ponzi coin”.
Since halving the listed exchanges it was supposedly contacting, OneCoin has since deleted the listing from their ICO website entirely.
You can still see the “exchanges” section of the website menu, even if now it doesn’t go anywhere.
Seeing as everything else we’ve reported on has disappeared from the OneCoin ICO website, expect mention of “exchanges” to disappear pretty soon too.
But I digress. Earlier today Twitter user Alexis Aiono reached out to one of the featured exchanges, Kraken.
Will these exchanges please publicly denounce any potential partnership with the known scam #Onecoin?
Two which Kraken Support replied;
Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
We do not have any plans on listing onecoin nor would we ever list a ponzi coin.
Ouch. One can likely assume the rest of the exchanges on OneCoin’s list had similar reactions, prompting the company to remove its exchange list altogether.
OneCoin meanwhile is hoping to flog its OFC tokens to investors for €0.02 to €0.06 EUR from October 8th.
With public listing of the hastily put together ERC20 token looking increasingly unlikely, it appears OFC tokens will be no different to OneCoin’s original non publicly tradeable Ponzi points.
Which begs the question, perhaps more pertinently than when first revealed, what is the point of OFC tokens to begin with?
Gullible schmucks can still directly invest in pre-generated points through OneCoin, so why waste time with OFC tokens?
Oh right… nobody is investing in OneCoin points directly anymore.
ICO hype to the rescue!
Same story as with Mastercard and Union Pay! Why do they make the same errors again and again?
Well, OC is not working with any ehterium products. How do I know? Because Konstantin said so, and I quote:
Of course our CEO (Chief Excuse Officer) Igor had this to say about the response from Kraken support, and I quote:
See, Kraken and all of us have got it all wrong.
Twitterist Belmondon answered to Kraken:
Sure, that’s what we ‘haters’ do.
I think they are learning from us. We are helping them to be coherent in some way with our articles and comments…
Do you suppose he made this statement after the time in which Onecoin’s outsourced 3rd-party Developers for OFC hid the ERC20 code …but without realizing that it was still there?!?!
Hahaha! Not even the functioning head of the snake knows what the rest is doing, and it’s throwing their Chief Excuse Officer, Igor Krnic’s No-Debate Forum into quandary!
Especially after The Big RE#FAIL turned out to revealing only more and more confusion!
Here is the actual WhatsApp message mentioned.
Maybe Konstantin really can’t write his last name correctly and talks about “prize” instead of price. My guess is it’s someone pretending to be Konstantin. But nothing in this OneCoin charade surprises me anymore, so who knows..
One guy who seems to misspell Ignatov’s name as Igniatov, is a slovenian Onecoiner called Rok Šincek.
He has several videos and posts about Konstantin. Wouldn’t be surprised if Rok Šincek is the actual guy behind that message.
Due to contradicting comments we always receive, may the management be straight forward whether onecoin shall go public in October coz some of us are in crossroads.
In fact you might find those posting negative comments are not haters but just trying to throw a stone in the bush to see what comes out. Thanks.
Uh, OneCoin management already confirmed there will be no public coin this October. Your best bet is sometime after the OFC ICO, which wraps up October 2019 from memory.
Lets put this here too.
The OneCoin ICO site ban list so far is:
Eu Countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, UK.
Non-EU countries: USA
If someone can check Malta and Lithuenia, would be good.
For some reason Slovenia and Slovakia which are EU countries are not blocked yet.
@WhistleBlowerFin IP from China seams to be also blocked.
When Konstantin posted all the exchanges that OC was talking to about listing their coin for trading, he didn’t count on any of them having their denial made public.
Once the reason why Kraken wouldn’t take OC, he had to take the rest down for fear their reason would be made public as well.
This way they can keep the members thinking that the major exchanges are in negotiations with OC about trading ONE on their exchanges. For if they all refuse and the reason why is told publicly, this is disastrous for OC and would be the end. All the members would finally realize they have been had.
This is nothing more than trying to close the barn door after the horse has escaped the barn. They are trying to put the toothpaste back in the tube, and failing miserably with their actions.
But it is great to know that you too can go from Bouncer to the head of a Billion Dollar company by putting on a suit.
Nah. They will never realise they’ve been had until they run out of money.
They didn’t realise when OneCoin stopped paying out ROIs. They didn’t realise when OneCoin reneged on its pledge to allow public trading in October.
They didn’t realise when regulators all over the world issued warnings. They didn’t realise when OneCoin scammers were arrested. They didn’t realise when the entire OneCoin leadership disappeared with their money. They won’t realise when further exchanges publicly refuse to accept Ponzi points.
It will be explained away as “the exchanges are scared of us, when OneCoin becomes the global reserve currency they won’t be able to make money off Bitcoin and other crypto trades anymore”.
@Malthusaian, I don’t disagree with all that you said, but in my mind here’s the difference.
All that you said was controlled by OC and the cult was taught to only accept what OC officially says. That is why they close their minds and ears to what all of us “haters” are saying and have been saying all these years.
With the exchanges it is different. They were told OC was negotiating with these real exchanges and the implication was that these exchanges would rush to list OC for trading.
They never dreamed that the denial of the exchanges would be made public. They were going to be able to “control” the storyline as to why they didn’t use any of them and instead went to an off-the-wall exchange for OC to trade.
This was nothing more than damage control because they couldn’t control the narrative.
I do know this news was a shock to a lot of OC’ers and of course Igor and his sycophants had to rush to pooh-pooh the comment, as well as FB groups.
I mean according to them it is no big deal, and Kraker fell to the lies told by haters or they would have been willing to list OC on their exchange.
Of course if that were really true OC could sue the pants off them, and we all know that is not going to happen.
At least in my mind that is what I see different from all the things you said which are true.
This also applies to OC’s announcement that public trading would start in October 2018. And that they would be able to spend their OneCoins on DealShaker. And any number of other times that OC has made a statement which has then been proven false by reality.
For a small percentage of marks this will be the straw that breaks the camel’s back, and they will drift away. The majority, however, won’t realise anything, and will continue to gulp down the Kool-Aid.
Exactly, this illustrates my point. Kraken’s public slapdown has already been explained away. If / when other public exchanges refuse to list OneCoin and say why publicly, this will be explained away as well.
Here’s one list how ICOs are treated by different countries.
It’s clear that in many cases OneCoin ICO does not meet any kind of requirements, but it’s still open to people from such countries. OneCoin ICO does not list any Team, or even WhitePaper, which is market practice. Only most of the EU, China and USA are currenctly blocked from the ICO site.
We should start contacting financial regulators of different countries regarding the OneCoin ICO.
Some good points to list when contacting Financial regulators and authorities about the OneCoin scam:
– Prohibitions and Warnings from Legal Authorities: (Ozedit: Link 404 as of Feb 2nd, 2019)
– Wikipedia article about OneCoin https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OneCoin
– Kraken exchange’s position about OneCoin: https://twitter.com/krakensupport/status/1033971998307713025
– Andreas Antonopoulos about OneCoin being a notorious scam https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xm9OLcRubWE
– BBC Panorama about OneCoin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhYdFDiySGU
– Spotlight – OneCoin – A Cryptic Currency https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdljovpccLg
– OneCoin marketing example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxE3d0jHzEc
Below are some of the countries listed whose financial regulators should be in my opinion contacted about OneCoin ICO. Of course the more the better.
Canada,Japan,Russia, Singapore, Switzerland, Macedonia, Mexico, Ecuador, Bolivia, South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam (It is prohibited to use altcoins as money in Vietnam -> DealShaker), Indonesia (it is illegal to use altcoins as money -> DealShaker), India, Pakistan, Philippines, Algeria, Morocco, Australia.
OC doesn’t have to register their ICO with any country. How do I know this? Because Ignor Krnic told me so, and I quote:
So anyone who says otherwise is a hater and a liar. Of course Igor also said that when Dr. Ruja’s name was spelled wrong it meant she did not have a chargesheet made against her in India.
Lying about your income, job position, and residence is not lying and not a crime. Everyone does it in Europe.
OneCoin seems to have unblocked most of EU for the onecoinico.io site. With a brief test only France and Germany are still banned in EU.
It’s time to contact financial regulators also in EU countries about OneCoin selling asset token totally without any license, WhitePaper or even a team.