OneCoin founder Ruja Ignatova is on the FBI’s most wanted list.
Sheltered by Bulgarian authorities, OneCoin itself is still operational.
As part of ongoing efforts to lure new investors into the $4 billion scam, OneCoin is holding a marketing event London next month.
To dupe investors, OneCoin now brands itself as One Ecosystem. Tickets to One Ecosystem’s “Reform” event are £50 GBP.
A flyer doing the rounds reveals OneCoin’s December 5th Ponzi event will be headlined by CEO Ventsislav Zlatkov.
Zlatkov was appointed earlier this year by the scammers in Bulgaria running what’s left of OneCoin.
The rest of the headliners are OneCoin executives and promoters, whose respective countries have failed to take action against them.
- Ivan Zerkov – COO of DealShaker, OneCoin’s failed ecommerce marketplace (launched in an attempt to legitimize the Ponzi scheme)
- Nikolay Manalov – OneCoin’s Head of Marketing
- Lyudmil Georgiev – OneCoin’s Corporate Coordinator
- Tommi Vuorinen – top promoter and net winner from Finland
OneCoin promoter “Captain” Cordel King Jayms is understood to not be attending the event.
The venue hosting OneCoin’s Ponzi event is Crowne Plaza London.
As per a Twitter post by Crypto Xpose dated November 12th, the City of London Police have been notified of the planned event.
BehindMLM understands that, while the City of London Police will monitor the event, they don’t plan on taking action.
Crowne Plaza have been contacted and purportedly aren’t concerned about hosting a OneCoin Ponzi event.
Crowne Plaza London is owned by IHG Hotels and Resorts, a publicly listed “British multinational hospitality company headquartered in Denham, Buckinghamshire, England”.
OneCoin’s founder Ruja Ignatova hasn’t been seen since she disappeared in 2017.
Ignatova was added to the FBI’s most wanted list in July. She is also on Interpol’s red notice list.