In this topic, I will show all the controversies of the loudest "tech-onecoin-hater" Bjorn Bjercke. I actually wanted to disclose his name but I realized all videos and blogs used for source info used his name so no point. Sorry dude.
He claims to be a blockchain specialist from Norway and he became a guy that started to (mis)educate what has remained of Onecoin haters who go around the internet trolling comments where ever they can. Who the hell does that kind of stuff? I decided to fire back.
As you might know, we were challenged by them to join Zoom meeting debate that we think was very successful but I was personally very tired as it can be seen from my eyes so I am not satisfied on how I responded to some matters and also I did not have enough information back then.
Full Zoom meeting can be found here.
I will now analyze some of the controversies here. One can call them LIES.
First of all, it is important to understand that Bjorn Bjercke is decentralized blockchain enthusiast and he does not believe in centralized blockchain but he also states all around the internet that cryptocurrency needs to run on a decentralized platform.
However, he clearly said in this clip that he even works on centralized cryptocurrency:
It is clear that centralized cryptocurrency is in process of making, it is simply his opinion that it will not be used by people cause people would prefer Bitcoin.You mentioned that central banks are starting their own centralized cryptocurrencies and I'll touch on that.
I am actually working on Nookcoin which is Norwegen central bank coin and I don't see it happening cause there is gonna be an opt in, and there is an opt in at all currency actually, you choose as a market which coin are you gonna use and if cryptocurrency comes out there that is highly regulated by country everybody will ask a question then why are we using this, why aren't we using Bitcoin, why are then teaching us this technology, cause if we understand it, then we can use any other cryptocurrency.
Well, If people know as a fact that it is really easy to lose money today with Bitcoin cause it is ruled by small number of speculators that make it's value volatile, and when centralized cryptocurrency comes with central entity to protect it's value from speculators and make it stable, I guess people will decide what will they prefer and use. Sure those that like the dark side will prefer Bitcoin due to it's anonymity.
One of his most important "roles" in the campaign against Onecoin is that at 29. September 2016, he was allegedly contacted by Onecoin company to be CTO and as he says "change their SQL server into blockchain. We can see it on this blog where we can read this: (I will color red phrases that are important to remember for the big picture)
On zoom meeting, I asked him why did he wait until the end of February to go loud about this "recruitment" attempt.Bjorn Bjercke: "We spoke on the phone, where he laid out all the details but held back that it was OneCoin to the end."
He was offered a position as a CTO (Chief Technology Officer) and a significant amount of money. "That's when I got really suspicious," states Bjorn. At the end of the conversation, ASENSHIA's representative revealed that the company behind the offer was OneCoin. As Bjorn was already aware of OneCoin being a scam and knew that the idea of a centralized cryptocurrency is a joke, he turned down the offer.
Here is what he said on this video:
So he was fired up to start getting loud against Onecoin after Nikola Korbar Linkedin post That was published on February 18, 2017. and from the above-mentioned blog article that was published on 23 February 2017, we see that Bjorns Linkedin post was published on 22 February 2017. Se we might see the only truth that Bjorn was telling. He did go loud after Nikola's LinkedIn post.Let me touch on that. I was contacted during the summer by an IMA a person promoting Onecoin. I got some questions. That was the first time I heard that was a scam and stuff and small talks like that but that was the first time I really looked into it.
Then this was 29, September and I was kinda frustrated cause I really hoped that this was a kind of job that I could take. I didn't think about it much, but I kept in contact with that IMA asking questions I read about in different forums like behindMLM or something like that and then, it was actually NIKOLA KORBAR's post on Linkedin. That was when I first started really looking into onecoin and making it something that I am deeply worried about cause I am now talking to a lot of different people that believe they have been cheated a lot of money from.
But inconsistency is that on this blog, he said that he already knew back in September when Asenshia allegedly called him that Onecoin was a scam so that is why he turned them down. Or was it because he only believes in centralized cryptocurrencies. He needs to make up his mind.
Now we will go forward to Zoomcast 5th April 2017
You can see it on this video clip what he says:
Ok so it is strange to him why would a company call him to recruit him and 2 days after that they start a new blockchain. Indeed this is a big flaw in his story. It is even more strange how come they do not have a blockchain since it is much easier to fork any open source blockchain out there than to make a blockchain simulator as they claim Onecoin has.Let me talk about the blockchain for a second. They (onecoin) contacted me on September 29. and asked me to exchange their SQL server for a blockchain. This was September 29. and as you all know, on October 01, two days later, Ruja started the new blockchain. I was the one they contacted for developing the new blockchain. So why would they contact me if two days later they are announcing the new blockchain start.
And the way they proposed this, was not through the technical person so he had very little information about what kind of systems they had, but he was told that it was SQL server and that is my profession, turning SQL servers into blockchains. That's what I do for a living and I do this for many many big companies
But what is important to see here is that Bjorn actually changes SQL to blockchain for a living and he does that for many many companies. Name one big company that will transfer its business onto decentralized blockchain. They will all use centralized software for sure.
Here we see more inconsistencies on this clip:
It is funny how he evolved from the guy who heard about Onecoin from IMA in June 2016, and he even back then read small talks how Onecoin was a scam (hell, I read it all over the internet back in Feb 2016), then he was allegedly called by Asenshia to work for Onecoin and he refused cause he knew it was a scam but he did not think about it much and he even stayed in contact with that IMA.so there is no chance that they got a hold of me, they hadn't done their research. But going through all the information that I had gathered and then seeing the people that are above Ruja, because there are a bunch of people above Ruja, their history is not good at all. The way this is gonna trickle down, and the authorities, I have authorities thoughts about this too, is that this is major - not ponzi scheme or pyramid scheme, but a criminal network
But, as he said above that Nikolas Linkedin post fired him to go loud in February 2017.
So where does this video claim fit in that he already "knew" not only that Onecoin is a criminal organization, but he "saw" people above Ruja. FFS man.
Also on this zoom meeting video published on Apr 16, 2017 he says pretty much the same but again we can see that he does not believe in centralized cryptocurrency.
Here is a clip:
So here he said he was recruited by some Japanese company Asenshia and they told him he needs to change SQL server for some cryptocurrency company. As he does not support centralized cryptocurrency he did not get a job.This company that they were referring to had a sequel server, an SQL server, that could be either MySQL or MicrosoftSQL, there is a couple of variants of sequel servers but they all work the same way, and they want to change that into blockchain. I was kinda, OK, why do you want to do that. Then he said "well it's a cryptocurrency company". I was confused, cause I was like "well you can't run cryptocurrency on SQL servers, you need you need decentralization for that, that means, the data base needs to be decentralized to many different parties to run a crypto currency.
The problem with the last two videos that he clearly states that he was contacted to change SQL server into blockchain. He was saying this on those 2 meetings in April. But he wrote differently on comments in February on this blog article:
So he clearly wrote, " It sounded much like a MS SQL or could maybe but doubtful Oracle DB". So his assumption is that was an SQL
Later on our zoom meeting, he denied what he wrote here and said that this nontech person clearly said SQL
They held one zoom meeting attended by several people and one of them was former Onelife IMA that seems to be angry on her upline and left Onelife and join the dark side. They ran an audio of also former Onelife diamond leader probably from the time when he was involved in Onelife.
Here is the audio:
So he said there is a blockchain, and at the end, he also mentioned "all tech is a blockchain a sequel server with a database". Frankly, he might referred to a blockchain combined with SQL server (back office) the same as BItcoin exchanges combine heir whatever databases with Bitcoin blockchain. But these guys spun it as he said that Onecoin blockchain is running on SQL database.And first question: is there a blockchain and where is it. YES there is a blockchain, questions like this were even asked when the company was first born and they were proven to the people who was joining like stainkellers and other big leaders. The main reason why they can't disclose it is because Onelife grew as a really big network and they didn't wanna disclose that kind of information just in case something goes wrong with where the blockchain is being held and plus an application, it does't need a server behind it so it' all a blockchain technology, a sequel server with a database.
And what is Bjorn's comment on this? Here is audio of his response to this:
First of all, we can see how excited he is. Like he is so happy that they actually found some one "credible" to back up his invented story.Did he just say on the voice that we just heard that it's a BLOCKCHAIN technology on SQL database? He just said that, I listnen to it 3 times to make sure I heard it right. BLOCKCHAIN technology on an SQL database? WTF is that? That is just the funniest and hilarious thing that a person can say. He said: BLOCKCHAIN technology on SQL database. That proves my point, like, I mean, hello!
This is a clear proof of inconsistency in his invented story cause if he was called by Asenshia and was told they have SQL why would he be so excited to hear SQL work from some ex Onelife leader. Common psychology.
Although I do not understand how can they even take any Onelife leader as credible on this matter cause no one actually saw the blockchain and even if it was SQL no IMA would have that information. This is all spin.
But the most important point here is that he says "BLOCKCHAIN technology on an SQL database? WTF is that? That is just the most funny and hillarious thing that a person can say" and yet we could se above that he changes SQL servers into blockchains for a living.
On our zoom meeting from June that I linked at the start of this post I asked him about this controversy. Here is a clip:
Needless to comment, just compare his statements. Is it funny to have blockchain on sql server or not? Now he says having blockchain on SQL has no sense yet earlier he said that he does that for a living as a professional.Well I didn't exactly say it isn't possible to run blockchain on SQL server, I said you need decentralization and I said you can't run cryptocurrency on an SQL server. Theoretically, you could run a blockchain on SQL server but that would make any sense, I would not see any project where that would have any sense
One more strange statement is made linked with this recruitment company Asenshia. Video is here:
Ok so if you read this whole post you could understand that Asenshia called him on a phone so he has no proof of the contact other to his words, also at first they did not want to tell him it is for Onecoin but those other guys were contacted by written letters and they were specifically told that Onecoin is hiring, but they do not go forward cause they are scared? What stops them from making screenshots of those emails and send it to you as a proof?When it comes to Asenshia and their representation of Onecoin, I have had several people that Asenshia has contacted in their written letters stating that they were recruiting for Onecoin. I do have emails, not for me, but for other people that they contacted and the people have verified that they stated they were recruiting for Onecoin
For example something like this. Cause I have personally contacted Asenshia to ask them for your claims and this is what they have responded to me:
And when we see what the company official statement was:
You might ask why the hell did I make you read this long post when I could just put this proof of lie?
Well I just want people to see who is one of the loudest haters out there.
More will be posted to this topic in time.
UPDATE June 15 2018
With new GDPR thing, Bjorn was able to prove not to be a liar and that he indeed was contacted by Asenshia.
As we all know, where ever we are registered, and that company complies with regulations, we received GDPR email with an explanation.
Such email Bjorn received from Asenshia:
And he decided to ask them for the information to whom did they forward his personal data and they returned him with this:
What we see there is that Asenshia did contact Bjorn to offer CTO for Onecoin and they did forward his info to Onecoin on October 05 2018.
So now I need to apologize to Bjorn about this, but then again, I only showed what a man from Asenshia told me.
One can say Nigel from Asenshia lied, but those are confidential information so I suppose Nigel could not give out that sensitive information to me. But I am kinda glad that this Bjorn at least is not a liar. I do stand firm on the rest of the post about his controversies.
Also, we see that in official statement Onecoin company stated they did not offer anything to Bjorn. Which is also true, they seemed to had looked for CTO back then and they did get his info, but they never contacted him directly so Onecoin offered nothing to Bjorn.
Now, I am sure they will buzz it and hype it as a proof that Onecoin did not have a blockchain but let's analyze.
Asenshia contacted Bjorn around September 30 2016, 2 days prior to the scheduled launch of Onecoin blockchain v2 October 01 2016.
Also, we can see that Asenshia forwarded Bjorn's info to Onecoin 5 days after new blockchain launch.
So we need to consider that this was a lookout for CTO for future products, not the current one.
As for current one, German authorities already made audit of it and report was made. So whether Onecoin has the blockchain or not is not up to critiques and haters anymore.
Also, I see anti onecoin camp says that this is the proof that Onecoin lied to contact Bjorn. Is it proof?
Onecoin stated they never offered Bjorn CTO position. And it is true. Asensia searched for the talents, and forwarded info to Onecoin, but Onecoin never contacted Bjorn directly. In this topic I showed Bjorns controversies cause he first said that Onecoin contacted him and on the other webinar he said Asenshia contacted him. Hands down, he did not lie about Asenshia contacting him, and he deserves appologies for that. But Onecoin never offered him anything.
We will see what Onecoin legal department has to say about this.