Fool Me Once … Top 5 Bitcoin-Related Scams for 2015

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CoinGreed.com is always keen to bring to readers’ attention anything suspicious in crypto-industry and beyond. We’ve been surprised by the sheer audacity of some rogue players still playing a major role in today’s market, so read on for our pick of the very worst. Don’t forget to leave your opinion beneath the article – debate helps pressure bad actors into explaining their actions and showing their true colors. OneCoin CoinTelegraph previously ran an expose about OneCoin, the global ponzi scheme seemingly able to fool everyone from the Economist to the hoards of trolls who took to our comments sectionfollowing publication of the article. Far from dying out, OneCoin continues to spread, despite the comprehensive list of discrepancies – some of which are even shocking in their carelessness – which are freely available for discovery in its own marketing material. Stunts such as calling a paid advertisement in Forbes Bulgaria as a genuine interview and mismatching information about the founders and their qualifications are complimented by bizarre charity spin-off websites and some of the most incomprehensible English usage imaginable. Add to that repeated claims of partnerships in which the “partners” deny any knowledge of OneCoin, and a user agreement seemingly copied …