OneCoin: The Woman Who Scammed the World
- Author: Nikolai Stoyanov
- Year: 30-06-2022
- Availability: In Stock
- Product Code: 3031-01
- SKU: 20.0053
- ISBN: 978-619-01-1071-2
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Nikolay Stoyanov is an investigative and financial journalist at Capital with over fifteen years of experience. Among his more significant publications are the series of articles about the bankrupt in 2014. His most notable publications include those on the Corporate Commercial Bank, which started in 2009, and those on the large loans given out by the state-owned Bulgarian Development Bank. His investigations into the cryptocurrency scam Onecoin began in 2015 and are frequently cited in the international press. They are the basis of this book.
It all started in 2014 when Bulgarian Ruzha Ignatova, now Doctor Ruzha, gave birth to OneCoin. The claim was that a financial revolution was coming, that it would democratise payments, that it would be like the Facebook of cryptocurrencies... In reality, however, it turned out to be just a facade for one of the world's biggest financial scams. Just three years later, the company has raised, by the most modest estimates, more than $4 billion from millions of victims around the world, and its founder is fittingly surrounded by luxury properties, cars, yachts, paintings, dresses and jewellery... until she suddenly disappears off the face of the earth. She has been wanted by the FBI since late 2017 and has not appeared in public. But not only does the story not end there, but it's filled with more twists and mysteries - arrests and lawsuits, money-packed apartments, a love story, spies and sheiks. But perhaps the most impressive thing is that after all this, OneCoin is still alive, still using its headquarters in Sofia and still attracting new victims.
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|Genre||Banking System & Finance, Behind the scenes, Economics, Capital & Funds, Political Science & Politics|