New OneCoin DealShaker Platform is Deserted By Its Owner as Ponzi on the Verge Of Collapse?
The New Zealand Samoan community recently fell victim of a billion-dollar global cryptocurrency scheme that was labeled as a scam. OneCoin cryptocurrency investment project has responded to widespread allegations going on in and around the cryptocurrency world that the project is nothing but a pyramid scheme.
The apex bank in Samoa, the central bank of Samoa is quoted as saying last month that OneCoin is a “hybrid Ponzi-pyramid scheme” which “laundered money” through New Zealand to Samoa and its specifically targeting residents through the local churches.
There were two churches that were used in order to launder money. These two churches have branches in New Zealand and Australia. This is why the New Zealand Financial Intelligence Unit (NZFIU) decided to investigate. There are several Samoan individuals involved that promoted the coin at the Samoan Seventh Day Adventist Church and Worship Center Christian Church.
Most people had already accepted the fate of OnceCoin, however, there were some who still had hopes in it. Now, with the owners of New DealShaker abandoning the project, it feels like we are looking at the end of any optimism.
In 2018, in a since expired listing, the company advertised a ‘too good’ deal on the Deal Shaker website. They advertised for a
“100 PERCENT ONECOIN DISCOUNT VOUCHER”.
An RNZ Pacific reported visited Oceania Food & Catering on Thursday. During that visit, the reported saw two signs at the front stating that the business accepted payments in OneCoins.
The staff member on duty said that she was unaware of the scheme. Reportedly, this comes as a fallout of a feud between Duncan Arthur and Jan-Eric Nyman who head his development team. They both spilt ways abandoning the project.