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OTCbid - This 'Cryptoqueen' scammed investors out of $4 billion, the FBI says. Then she boarded a plane and disappeared


















" Past data show that we are approaching one of the best times to buy Bitcoin.









" Ruja Ignatova strode onto the stage in a flowing burgundy ball gown adorned with black sparkles. Beams of light flashed, fireballs erupted and Alicia Keys' "Girl on Fire" blared through the speakers.

"Looks like a girl, but she's a flame. So bright, she can burn your eyes -- better look the other way," the song crooned as a beaming Ignatova thanked the cheering crowd at London's Wembley Arena.

That was in June 2016, when cryptocurrency was an emerging buzzword and investors were scrambling to cash in. Ignatova called herself the "Cryptoqueen" and touted her company, OneCoin, as a lucrative rival to Bitcoin in the growing cryptocurrency market.

"In two years, nobody will speak about Bitcoin anymore," she said, as investors applauded and whistled.

Sixteen months later, Ignatova boarded a plane in Sofia, Bulgaria, and vanished.

She hasn't been seen since. " - Read Here

Source: erienewsnow


-6% Gross, -3% Net, Bank Transfers, USDT, Australia


NEW: 100K-750K BTC @ -6% Gross, -3% Net, Bank Transfers, USDT, Australia - Look For Buyer


Post: 23.1.23


  • Seller is selling 100K-750K BTC @ -6% Gross, -3% Net ​

  • Buyer = 3% 

  • Buyerside = 1.5

  • Sellerside = 1.5%

  • You can use either Procedure A or B


  • 1. Seller issues buyer procedures for acceptance 

  • 2. Buyer accepts by signing and sends back approved copy with CIS and banking coordinates 

  • 3. Seller completes due diligence and upon approval issues to buyer an invoice for payment inclusive of name of seller and proper banking coordinates for payment

  • 4. Buyer pays invoice by bank wire transfer and issues a copy of wire transfer transmittal to seller 

  • 5. Immediately after payment registers and clears in seller’s account, bitcoin is transferred to the buyer’s appointed wallet 

  • 6. Seller issues to buyer a copy of the bitcoin transfer 

  • 7. Buyer confirms receipt and acknowledges six levels of confirmation of bitcoin


  • 1. BTC Provider sends commercial invoice

  • 2. USD Provider provides signed invoice

  • 3. BTC Provider countersigns invoice,  revert it to USDT Provider, and starts the transaction at the agreed time.

  • 4. Seller shall immediately send nominal satoshi of BTC

  • 5. Buyer will advance USDT TRC-20 at estimated 6% discount for the 100 BTC first tranche

  • 6. BTC Provider will then immediately send 100 BTC tranche after the advance at the then priced 6% discount

  • 7. Buyer will advance USDT at estimated 6% discount thereafter for each full tranche until BTC is exhausted

  • 8. The transactions will continue in this same manner for each and every tranche, it being estimated that up to a tranches will initially 

  • take place, with each tranche approximately 30 minutes apart for a total of 32,500 BTC

  • 9. Tranche schedule is 100 BTC until final tranche

  • 10. Above process repeated until tranche schedule is exhausted 


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