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flatrate
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Re: onecoinofc

Post by flatrate » Wed Mar 27, 2019 3:04 am

CryptoXpose wrote:
Wed Mar 27, 2019 1:50 am
Saschaleone wrote:
Tue Mar 26, 2019 9:38 pm
OneCoin price is for sure not more "fake" then other crypto prices.
Total market cap of 2129 CoinMarketCap listed cryptos is 122.8 billion euros.

OneCoin members have estimated 60 billions coins. With 29.95€ "price", giving theoretical market cap of 1.8 TRILLION euros, meaning 14.6 times bigger than all 2129 CoinMarketCap cryptos combined...

Not for sure more fake price than other crypto prices?
How does the OneCoin "price" development fit to these stats: https://i.ibb.co/zsgnCP3/One-Life-DS-st ... 7-2019.png
???
what the hell are you talking about now? CoinMarketCap has reported 95% fake volume for years. now your going to use that FAKE VOLUME to try and evaluate a totally fake rigged market ? i hope you get bounced soon. your hopeless.

ONE has never traded on a public exchange so its unfair and stupid to assume otherwise. further, if ONE ever does have an exchange you can bet heavy selling restrictions will be in order so can it clown.

you need to get some air again or tim curry back rub because your getting idiotic again. :P

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Re: onecoinofc

Post by CryptoXpose » Wed Mar 27, 2019 5:12 am

Volume figure on Coinmarketcap start page means how much there has been total trading within 24 hours in all exchanges in usd for a given coin.

Market capitalization is a totally different thing. Calculated: coin price * coins in circulation.

Fake volume which unregulated 3rd party exchanges produce in order to look more attractive for listings and traders, doesn't affect at least Bitcoin price according to Bitwise whose study revealed a more exact figure for the known fake volume.

But if we assume that the Coinmarketcap coin prices are too high because of what ever reason, that would mean the difference between all 2129 cryptos total market cap and Onecoin's hypothetical market cap is even bigger than 14.6 times (if the claim is Onecoin price is valid).

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Re: onecoinofc

Post by Mac Oneil » Wed Mar 27, 2019 10:17 am

Just for information (the other threads are closed)

New location of Mr. Ingantov:

KONSTANTIN IGNATOV (Register Number 77737-112)
is currently located at MCC New York.
www.bop.gov

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Re: onecoinofc

Post by CryptoXpose » Wed Mar 27, 2019 11:21 am

Mac Oneil wrote:
Wed Mar 27, 2019 10:17 am
Just for information (the other threads are closed)

New location of Mr. Ingantov:

KONSTANTIN IGNATOV (Register Number 77737-112)
is currently located at MCC New York.
www.bop.gov
This discussion has been open in this thread: http://onecoin-debate.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=4544

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Re: onecoinofc

Post by flatrate » Wed Mar 27, 2019 12:29 pm

But if we assume that the Coinmarketcap coin prices are too high because of what ever reason, that would mean the difference between all 2129 cryptos total market cap and Onecoin's hypothetical market cap is even bigger than 14.6 times (if the claim is Onecoin price is valid).
NO. and NO again.

someone has to slow your roll a bit just like thankfully bitwise woke up the world.
The study also outlines other pressing issues, such as the fact that only 10 cryptocurrency exchanges have more than $1 million worth of daily bitcoin trading volume.
You can effectively throw what you think a true crypto market cap out the window. this proves that EVEN WITH FAKE VOLUME LIQUIDITY IS TOAST.
Now, CoinMarketCap’s Global Head of Marketing, Carylyne Chan, has confirmed the concerns as “valid”, Bloomberg reports. However, now that the website’s displayed metrics have come into question, Chan has said that it plans to launch a new set of tools to enhance transparency.
here you have it from the fake price exchange hub itself. fake volume is valid. now, for you to even bring up market cap is a colossal joke when the reporting agency all you clowns rely on has validated the fraud.

further, what if bitwise did not take a look at the fake volume at CMC ? do you actually believe they did not know about all this fake volume ? surely you can't be that naive.

all you bitcoin fantasy boys are too busy sniffing ruja's undies and not doing real work.. all hail bitwise for exposing the fake volume fraud.
https://bitcoinist.com/coinmarketcap-fa ... cy-volume/ :mrgreen:

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Re: onecoinofc

Post by CryptoXpose » Wed Mar 27, 2019 12:40 pm

This is a wrong thread, but why Bitwise would validate Bitcoin as fraud. They are an Asset Management looking to get Bitcoin ETF approval from USA's SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission).
Why the heck they would validate Bitcoin as a fraud with their report to SEC..?

Can you shut up with your conspiracy theories flatrate, when you obviously know nothing about anything. Just shut up already. Go to Flat Earth forums to spam your bullshit already. I'm tired of talking to ignorant bigots, when all you have is conspiracy theories, personal attacks and wrong conclusions pointed out by the author of the study itself and many other experts as well.

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Re: onecoinofc

Post by flatrate » Wed Mar 27, 2019 1:43 pm

like you care about being on a wrong thread CHOPO ! all you do is spam and blow igor's forum with your junk.

bitwise is going after the efficient side of the market, not the 95% of the fake volume which is now a FACT.
when all you have is conspiracy theories
REPORTED VOLUME 6 BILLION. ACTUAL VOLUME 250 MILLION. WHERE IS THE CONSPIRACY ?

call up tim curry and get a back rub stat.

i told you years ago, if IGOR is not going to mark you and your agenda, I WILL. ;)

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Re: onecoinofc

Post by CryptoXpose » Wed Mar 27, 2019 1:57 pm

flatrate wrote:
Wed Mar 27, 2019 1:43 pm
REPORTED VOLUME 6 BILLION. ACTUAL VOLUME 250 MILLION. WHERE IS THE CONSPIRACY ?
That is CoinMarketCap's reported volume. It's not the authority of cryptocurrencies you know.
It has been already explained 100 times for you what that extra volume means, why CoinMarketCap reports it, and what are the consequencies, by the AUTHOR of the study who did it for SEC, and many other professionals.

But no. You don't understand. You are a Flat Earther.. All you can do is spam that like you have no brains at all. Why Igor keeps you here, I have no idea..

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Re: onecoinofc

Post by flatrate » Wed Mar 27, 2019 2:20 pm

why are you talking so much about flat earth ? i personally don't have an opinion on it because i haven't traveled the earth and measured things to be sure. have you ?

back to fake volume.

first, why would there be a need to report 6 billion in volume when there is only a tiny 250 million ? obviously, the billionaires who make up the 95% fake volume are hiding the fact that volume and interest have dried up since the cowboy pumper rodeo happened last year.

basically, you are buying or selling based almost entirely on what the controllers of bitcon want to set the price at. back and forth pump/dumps to make it look like an actual market exists.

hey, that is fine in my book if one wants to partake in such events and trade fake volume, but coming here and trashing ONE price is not acceptable when it should fall under "to be determined"

back rub from tim is in order. you need it. bad :o :o

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Re: onecoinofc

Post by CryptoXpose » Wed Mar 27, 2019 2:34 pm

flatrate wrote:
Wed Mar 27, 2019 2:20 pm
first, why would there be a need to report 6 billion in volume when there is only a tiny 250 million ? obviously, the billionaires who make up the 95% fake volume are hiding the fact that volume and interest have dried up since the cowboy pumper rodeo happened last year.
That has been explained too many times already. And you don't need to be a billionaire or milionaire to create fake trade volume. You just sell and instantly buy many times, and make a lot of these orders. It's to be expected unregulated 3rd party exchanges do this, in order to appear better for new listings and new traders. The point is not price manipulation, as has been proven by the author of the study. If you can't read and only create scenarious in your own head, there's nothing that can be done.

But unless you have some other references or proof of your "theories", why you keep spamming your bullshit?

At least find one industry expert who agrees with you.

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