Onecoin allows it's users to capitalize on the revolution of digital currency. You can dowmnload the app and learn how to use this innovative cryptocurrency.
OneCoinCloud is a security solution that offers client-side encryption, virtual private network (VPN) and Secure Browser. It is currently available as a desktop application for Windows and OS X, and a mobile app for Android and iOS devices.
Onelife is a network marketing company, providing access to a diverse portfolio of products and services, that aim to add individual and social value to its members' lives and grant them with opportunities for both professional and personal development.
OneCoin is a digital currency, based on cryptography and created through a process called mining. In the official channel in Youtube you can find a detailed information about any improvements, latest events and presentation and advices how to use the newest cryptocurrency.
OneCoin is a cryptocurrency that allows transactions without using a third party. It is generally issued in units of coins. Its blockchain sets a new industry standard by storing KYC information. It runs every minute and is tailored to meet both customer and merchant needs.
Posted by AlbenaT (#60) 41 days ago (http://www.boredpanda.com)
OneCoin, and cryptocurrencies in general, could be the future of the payment systems, especially for the emerging markets like China, India, Philippines, etc. They can go beyond traditional financial system which puts the big players in the market in a more advantageous position. The banks provide them with free cards, benefits for loyalty, lower taxes, etc.
Posted by AlbenaT (#60) 45 days ago (https://www.onecoin.eu)
In October 2016 the first Cryptocurrency Information Center, called CRYPTOCENTER, opened its doors in Sofia, Bulgaria. All people interested in cryptocurrency, OneCoin and the various applications of virtual currencies are welcome to visit.
Posted by AlbenaT (#60) 53 days ago (http://rujaignatova.tumblr.com)
Ruja Ignatova was born in Rousse, Bulgaria, where her parents were students. She grew up in Pleven and Sofia, but in 1990 her parents get work visas for Germany and the whole family went to live there. Only 10 years old, Ignatova had to live among people with a high standard of living, and she didn’t understand their language and couldn’t communicate with them.