Friday, 7 October 2016


Keep Money in the Game: OneCoin Moves On To New Fantasy Blockchain

OneCoin claimed it has switched on to its new Blockchain. Tim Tayshun, CEO of Ezcoin, gives his view on how OneCoin operates and why he thinks it's a deception.

On October 1, OneCoin, a self-declared cryptocurrency and trading venture based out of Bulgaria, has announced at a conference in Bangkok, Thailand that it switches to the “new Blockchain”, “transferring coins” from the old one to the new one.

OneCoin has been in focus of Cointelegraph for some time. Recently the authorities of the UK and Sweden has warned investors that OneCoin is suspected to be a pyramid scheme with no verifiable evidence to back up any of its business claims.

According to Tim Tayshun, CEO of Ezcoin, OneCoin is pure fraud and deception. He gave Cointelegraph his version of events that took place during the conference when OneCoin had mysteriously doubled the coin of every member. Read More...

UFC 204: Michael Bisping Vs. Dan Henderson, Bitcoin Betting Picks

UFC 204 is here. All the fans were wondering if a rematch between Bisping and Henderson would take place, well now it will. This fight will most likely be Henderson’s last before he retires.
This fight card takes place in Manchester, United Kingdom and it will be hostile territory for Dan Henderson indeed. Also on this card is the always dangerous Vitor Belfort vs. Gregard Mousasi; Ovince Saint Preux vs. Jimi Manuwa; and UK’s up-and-coming Brad Pickett faces off against Iuri Alcantara.
The quickest and easiest way to bet on these UFC fights is with bitcoin because it is faster and cheaper to use than other deposit and withdrawal methods. Let’s have a look at some of the fights.


Monero Loses Darknet Market in Apparent Exit Scam

Monero appears to have lost its darknet market integrations, and very well may have fallen victim to an exit scam.

Darknet market Oasis, the first to accept Monero, has abruptly gone offline in an apparent exit scam, making off with customer funds. An estimated 150 Bitcoins were lost, as well as an indeterminate amount of Monero.
Several users report that attempts to withdraw XMR from AlphaBay, the darknet market whose integration was closely correlated with the currency’s meteoric rise, were unresponsive as well.
HolladsHerbs, Reddit user, posted in the /r/DarkNetMarkets subreddit a theory that Oasis first accepted Monero in order to pump up the currency to make a significant profit: