Ep04- OneLife – Companion Guide For BBC’s “The Missing Cryptoqueen” Podcast

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What does an event created by OneLife look like? Is the organization supporting the OneCoin community capable enough to produce a beauty pageant? The answers to those questions may surprise you. For this fourth episode, Jamie Bartlett and Georgia Cat go to the lion’s den. They travel to Bucharest, Romania, and watch the Miss OneLife coronation. Apparently, the event had “the world’s most famous brands” as sponsors. However, as with everything related to Dr. Ruja, things are not as they seem.

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The episode guest stars Christy Calina, OneLife’s “Independent Marketing Associate” and one of the event’s producers. Since the man is haunted by a ghost, Jamie and Georgia ambush him at a OneLife event in the same city. Jamie assesses that the conference “looks like the real deal, just like OneCoin.” There, they get an entry into the Miss OneLife event and things take a turn for the mysterious.

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“The Missing Cryptoquine” Episode Four – About “Miss OneLife”

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In this episode, Jamie and Georgia go through the charges against Dr. Ruza’s brother Konstantin Ignatov. They include some FBI documents about the case and include emails between Dr. Ruza and “other top leaders” of the OneLife organization. In them people reportedly discuss in detail how the scam works. If they are real, there is no doubt that OneCoin was a very deliberate scam from the start. They also discuss how to fake the mining of the alleged cryptocurrency.

In those emails, Dr. Ruza discusses a possible exit strategy and proposes that they “could take the money and run and blame someone else for it.”

Later, the FBI claims that Dr. Ruza is “directly linked to key players in Easter European organized crime.”

It is important to know that OneCoin opposes all these allegations. We included part of his denial in the citation section. We also added concrete information about Dr. Ruja’s disappearance and a new factor that may explain why she ran when she was on the run.

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Our heroes go to the eye of the storm. They can barely enter the campus because everyone in the OneLife organization knows who they are. They don’t mix. Everyone is “smart dressed”. Moet and cigar bottles abound. Production is sluggish. A stage comes down from the ceiling and Jamie loses his mind. In the end, they both accept that the OneLife organization could throw one hell of an incident. It was boring though. And it doesn’t look like any cryptocurrency-related function the podcast host has ever participated in.

“OneCoin is still running and there is a lot of money here,” Jamie says before fleeing the incident.

Back in London, the producers fact-check everything that happened. Well-known brands believed to be associated with the Miss OneLife pageant deny sponsorship. He has never heard of the incident. Then, they contact Forbes and the magazine denies that Dr. Ruja was ever on the cover as the organization showed in their promotional material. Then, they investigate his education claims. As it turns out, Dr. Ruja went to Oxford and got the degree she claims.

To end the episode, Jamie interviewed Miss OneLife UK. She gives them peripheral information, such as event ticketing was not open to the public and one of the prizes was a gift card for cosmetic surgery. Then, Jamie mentions Dr. Ruza. She says she heard that someone important was at the event, but couldn’t remember whether it was her or not.

Is it possible that Dr. Ruja was present at the Miss OneLife event? Apparently, “he’s unrecognizable now.”

The story gets more and more fascinating every moment.

Excerpt from “The Missing Cryptoquine” Episode Four – “Miss OneLife”

OneCoin statement:

“OneCoin disputes all allegations. As for our claim that OneCoin is not a cryptocurrency and that its nominal price is not determined by demand and supply, but is manipulated and set internally, he said: Verifiedly meets all criteria of the definition, and also in a transparent pricing that is in line with the general market”. The BBC podcast series, he says, is “based on testimonials from haters, former employees who have been internalized by the company”. Was either fired or outrageously dismissed for infringement, intellectual property theft and other violations. As such, the series will not present any true information and cannot be considered objective or unbiased. ,

Concrete details about Dr. Ruza’s disappearance, and a new factor that may explain why she fled:

“The FBI files also contained valuable new information about the disappearance of Dr. Ruza. “Bulgarian travel records show that on or about October 25, 2017, Ruja took off on Ryanair from Sofia, Bulgaria to Athens, Greece.” Dr. Ruza was last seen in Sozopol in July 2017. She was on his private yacht, the Davina, which we visited. On October 7, she failed to attend a OneCoin event in Lisbon. But we now know that his final whereabouts were actually Athens on 25 October 2017. And here are some more clues.

Last week, I said that in March 2019, US officials accused Dr. Ruza of absenteeism. This is not the whole story. We have learned that Dr. Ruja was actually charged on 12 October 2017 but the indictment was closed till March 2019. Only two weeks after that first indictment, Dr. Ruja had disappeared. Is it possible he has been tipped off?”

Additional Content and Episode Credits

As you probably know if you’ve gone that far in the chain, Dr. Ruza is on the FBI’s Most Wanted List, The text below his name says:

“Ruza Ignatova is wanted for her alleged involvement in a massive fraud scheme. Since about 2014, Ignatova and others have been accused of defrauding investors around the world to the tune of billions of dollars. Ignatova was the founder of OneCoin Limited, a Bulgarian company that marketed an alleged cryptocurrency. To execute the plan, Ignatova allegedly made false statements and representations to individuals soliciting investments in OneCoin. He allegedly instructed victims to send investment funds to OneCoin accounts to purchase OneCoin packages, forcing the victims to send wire transfers representing these investments. Throughout the scheme, OneCoin is believed to have defrauded victims of over $4 billion.”

And finally, the episode credits:

Presenter: Jamie Bartlett
Producer: Georgia Catt
Story Advisor: Chris Berube
Editor: Philip Sellers
Original music and sound design: Phil Chanel
Original music and vocals: Desislava Stefanova and London Bulgarian Choir

Previous companion guide to the BBC’s “The Missing Cryptoquine” podcast:

app. 01 – https://www.newsbtc.com/news/bitcoin/ep01-dr-ruja-companion-guide-for-bbcs-the-missing-cryptoqueen-podcast/

app. 02 – https://www.newsbtc.com/news/bitcoin/ep02-btc-killer-companion-guide-for-bbcs-the-missing-cryptoqueen-podcast/

app. 03 – https://www.newsbtc.com/altcoin/ep03-onecoin-companion-guide-for-bbcs-the-missing-cryptoqueen-podcast/

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