Autumn 2017, October. Our company-the payment system Worldcore (Prague, Czech Republic), which exists in the financial services market since 2014 and is owned (and managed) by Eupsprovider S.R.O. (a company licensed by the National Bank of the Czech Republic)- Holds ICO. In other words, it launches a certain amount of its own cryptocurrency.
The scope of the ICO, according to international experts, is impressive – investors are offered 1 billion WRC tokens at the price of $0.10 USD for each. In this case, Worldcore accompanies the tokens with smart contracts, which are a guarantee that the holders of tokens receive a share of the annual income of the system.
By the time of the ICO Worldcore achieves major success and consolidates the leading positions among the existing in the market of payment systems. In 2016 the company wins the “best Fintech-Beginner” bank Award from Business News Europe. In the same year, an agreement with BitPay is signed, after which the company offers solutions to exchange cryptocurrency thousands of customers around the world.
In 2017, shortly before the ICO, Worldcore became the National finalist of the Central European Startups Award. By this time the founder of Worldcore — Alexey Nasonova, a citizen of the Russian Federation — the world-famous edition of the Financial Times brings to the top-100 the most influential innovators in Central and Eastern Europe.
HOW IT ALL BEGAN
All this allows Worldcore to prepare thoroughly for the ICO, including the launch of a large-scale advertising campaign to further attract attention to the upcoming project. As part of the promotion, Worldcore buys for several months VIP-banner on the popular Internet portal mmgp.ru.
It is this banner that becomes a catalyst for adverse actions aimed at denigrating the reputation of our company by intruders. It turns out that since 2015 the resource mmgp.ru owned by Pavel Crimea-a man against whom at that time is a powerful information attack from the founders of the famous financial pyramids Questra World/Atlantic Global Asset Management /5 winds.
With the placement of the banner of our company on the resource above, representatives of Questra World begin to assert that Worldcore is a project of Pavel Krymov, automatically turning the company, which just bought a banner on the site, in its new target.
When intruders go beyond the Internet, conquering print media and television, and sending letters with unreliable information to banks, among our clients begin to appear first doubts in the transparency of Worldcore policy. Of course, this considerably complicates the usual course of the company’s affairs and hinders its development.
WHAT IS HAPPENING NOW
Attempts to constructively discuss the situation with the organisers of the information attack did not lead to anything. The primary customer, the founder of the Pyramid Questra World-Alexander Prochuhan, refuses to reason the negotiations, steadfastly adhering to his position “Worldcore belongs to Krymov”, despite the fact that all the facts prove the opposite.
Moreover, attacks on our company not only do not stop but also become more and more absurd and destructive character. Given the circumstances, we were forced to launch this project Worldcore-review.com, whose primary goal was to highlight the real situation, as well as clarify the position with information attacks on the payment system Worldcore, maintaining its reputation and ensuring the integrity and tranquillity of our customers and partners.
At present, the lawyers of our company in several countries simultaneously collect and transmit information to law enforcement agencies about the persons leading illegal activities. On this site will be published all news about the development of events around Worldcore and attacks on our brand.