Under its own name, OneCoin has been financially blacklisted all over the world. Now, the company is trying to get a foothold in Romania.
Cristi Calina, a “top leader” from Romania, is in charge of OneCoin’s new plan.
Calina set up the unassuming shell company “Smart Payment SRL,” which will be used by “OneEcoSystem” to run banking channels.
Smart Payment Romania has officially started the process of registering the first business ecosystem based on a digital currency.
“Our plan, which has been registered with the Ministry of Finance and the National Foreign Exchange Commission, is meant to clarify the development of activities in the area of cryptocurrencies from a legal and tax point of view.
The company’s representative, Cristi Călina, said, “We want the currency behind One Ecosystem to be the first one authorized in Romania. This would show that investors are interested in this innovative e-commerce platform.”
The One Ecosystem network is a business community with more than 4.7 million members around the world. The One digital currency is used as a standard measure of value when buying goods and services through the DealShaker.com e-commerce platform.
In order to do this, Calina is said to have asked the Romanian Ministry of Finance to respond to their plan.
“The government has told us officially that the current laws are being finalized and that this will happen as soon as possible.
The address also shows that we are the first group in Romania to take these steps.
We want to speed up this process, and we want Romania to become a model for regulation and good practices in this area at the European level,” Călina also said.
If you feel like you’ve seen this before, it’s because OneCoin did something similar in the Ukraine not too long ago.
Through Calina’s work, OneCoin announced earlier this year that it had formed a partnership with the government of Ukraine.
People said that the partnership was “the first step” toward making OneCoin legal.
This meeting will be very important for us because we will get a lot of answers, and they will all be good. One of the answers will be about making OneCoin Ukraine legal, so it will be a good meeting.
-Lidia Kotelyak, a promoter of OneCoin and a former politician in Ukraine
Calina and Luca Miatton, an Italian OneCoin promoter, were on a webinar on May 1.
show a document that claims to be an OK from the “Central bank of Ukraine” to use OneCoin as a form of currency.
They talk about Luca becoming the president of a bank in Ukraine that will start giving OneCoin payment cards to OneCoin members again.
OneCoin will be used for the first time by a bank like this one.
And this is about where Calina’s new efforts in his home country of Romania are going.
Affiliates of OneCoin were so desperate to make their Ponzi scheme seem real that in late May, the Ukraine government officially said it would not work with OneCoin.
The “One Ecosystem” event is being held by OneCoin in Romania from October 1st to 3rd.
It’s not clear if the Romanian government will let the Ponzi scheme use the country as a hub for financial fraud.