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What is the value of OneCoin today?

Kevin VoigtNov 15, 2021

1 Onecoin = 29.75 EUROS.

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Accordingly, can I sell my OneCoin?

It will be much easier to wait for the public exchange with an established market and ease of transfer than to try and sell OneCoin outside of an exchange. One could attempt to sell by advertising or promoting your OneCoin offering through social media such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Quora.

In respect to this, can I get my money back from OneCoin? “Is there a possibility of refunding me back my money invested in OneCoin?” Short answer: Nope. Long answer: Even legitimate cryptocoins like Bitcoin or Ethereum are entirely speculative, and I've never heard of a seller offering a money-back guarantee. OneCoin - Wikipedia however, is a scam.

Moreover, how many dollars is OneCoin?

The conversion value for 1 COIN to 0.281 USD.

Will OneCoin go public?

In this video, it was revealed that they plan to “go public” with an “IPO” in Q2 of 2018. “We want to be, actually, the first company doing fintech, cryptocurrency and e-commerce who becomes listed on (a) stock exchange, “said OneCoin mastermind Dr. Ruja Ignatova.

Does OneCoin still exist?

The truth is OneCoin never had a blockchain and operated as a pyramid scheme. Somehow, despite all the allegations against them, they are still operating today.

Where is RUJA ignatova now?

Today, Ms. Ignatova is nowhere to be found. Her OneCoin co-founder, Sebastian Greenwood, is in a U.S. jail awaiting trial on fraud charges, and Mark Scott, a lawyer who worked for OneCoin, has been convicted in federal court of laundering $400 million.

When OneCoin will launch in market?

January 2021

How do I log into my OneCoin account?

Who is the Crypto queen?

Ruja Ignatova convinced punters to put up to $12bn into her worthless "OneCoin" cryptocurrency – then disappeared with the loot. Ruja Ignatova was born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1980, before moving to Germany with her family when she was ten. In 2005 she was awarded a doctorate in law from the University of Konstanz.

Is OneCoin legal in Pakistan?

In a statement in 2018, the State Bank of Pakistan stated that virtual currencies like Bitcoin, Litecoin, Pakcoin, OneCoin, DasCoin, Pay Diamond or Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) tokens are not legal tender, issued or guaranteed by the government of Pakistan.

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About The Author

Kevin Voigt

Kevin is an Entrepreneur, Digital Nomad, Student, and ICO Marketing Manager currently based in Berlin & Champaign. He is actively involved in the Blockchain space and has worked in numerous projects in the Silicon Valley since 2017. His interests revolve around Finance, Consulting, and Blockchain Research.

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