Information - Oct 1, 2020!

From the newsletter: "Currently, the system is in the process of migrating the information from the old platform to the new OneLife platform. At present, most of members account data is not visible, such as: bonuses, BV points, wallet balances. These will be available as soon as the procedure is completed, the process of migration is slow due to the large amount of data generated through the years by our valued members."

Comment: The fact is that OneCoin IT systems are broken and have been for years. Previous partners have either quit or been kicked out by OneCoin reps. Employees have been fired regularly. A lot of them, especially on IT side. OneCoin has several separated systems (affiliate pages). The company has not been able to integrate those into the "ECO-system". We now know this from the building of New DealShaker where third parties after several months of hard work realized it was impossible to merge their systems with OneCoin systems through API:s. Much of the data (source code) is lost which lately has been revealed. OneCoin now tries to buy the databases and source code back from former third parties. 

All this means that Onecoin has no control of members account. Many accounts have never been registered correctly. Especially during 2019. Due to many reasons OneCoin has failed to take backups of their system and now is forced to try and get help from the outside.

In order to migrate members accounts they even forced members to reveal their private phone numbers on something they called "landing page" in order to gather all accounts in their broken systems. This would never have been necessary if OneCoin had control over their IT-systems. This means they have no clue who owns what account/s. 

One major cause of not knowing whos account/s belongs to whom is that Onecoin, against their own terms and conditions, for several years "allowed" crossrecruiting. Meaning, OneCoin sold e.g. at least 10 000 Power Packs via appointed topleaders (so-called "official distributors") outside the OneAcademy Shop (OneLife backend) where mentioned Power Packs never was posted. All Power Packs were sold outside the system. Many members bought these packages from other parts of the world (crossline). Already having accounts registered in the "tree" elsewhere (crossrecruiting). 

We also know that members of the inner circle, GLG (Global Leader Group), Franchisers (DealShaker) and other appointed took over accounts from other leaders when they either quit or were kicked out from OneLife Network (the positions given was in fact crossrecruiting and OneCoin accepted changing positions between leaders constantly). 

In several newsletters one can read about OneCoin accepting recommendations, from already appointed members of GLG, to fill up these "gaps" from "old" leaders leaving (kicked out or left) in favor of new ones. All against OneCoin's own rules and of course ended up in an already crashed ECO-system, not having control over IT or taking backups of accounts, members database or ledgers etc.

For years OneCoin stated that they made backups several times per day and had a huge backlog. Now it seems they lack of source code and needs help from third parties to recover data lost buying source code back (revelead).

Confirmed: One of the previously partners has already been contacted but refused to sell any source code or database to OneCoin since OneCoin is determined being a fraud (stated by Konstantin Ignatov in US court in Nov, 2019).

Known is also that OneCoin do not have 3,7 million members registered. All counters on the official page were fake. To convince the world that OneCoin-OneLife was a success all their numbers were faked. After some research, OneLife Network (OneCoin) in fact has less than 1 million members registered. Now, when migrating old data, it has been said that members with several accounts spread around the world (crossrecruited) can login from same page and reach all their accounts internally from backoffice. Something OneCoin could have done years ago but as the expression says; better late than never. If they can manage the migration and how long it will take we will see (update - the migration failed according to OneCoin newsletter).

During the migration of old data to the new platform it has been confirmed on varoius pages that OneCoin members profiles has been revealed and now can be found on the Internet.

From various sources; "Anonymous Collective" has shown that OneCoin IT systems are poor having several loopholes. This means all members profiles (accounts) are now visible with; names, addresses, phones, street names, cities, birth numbers, packages bought, ranking, cash, BV points, coins and more. Its not clear if passports, driving licenses, national and internatonal ID.s or other KYC files have been revelead (downloaded). 

Apart from that. OneCoin has changed main page for OneLife Network after phishing warning from CloudFlare on all OneCoin webpages which means members could not access their accounts for a very long time. Now with the migration issue and loss of data and source code OneCoin stopped showing new members (counters) and trends in regions since at least 2 months back in time. Btw, DealShaker has no 131 000 registred merchants. Every registered member opening a store is a registred merchant. Even if you sell your old, discarded shoes, old vehicle, old books from school, or eggs. Only members can be "merchants" and sell goods in OneCoin's closed DealShaker system. Each "merchant" ends up in the OneLife Network tree like everyone else. OneCoin is not traded on any exchange after 6 years (since start) and has in fact no value on the market. The "value", whenever changed, is solely set internally by the company and not the market. The value has nothing to do with demand, supply, usability or difficulty, as OneCoin states. Same with 'individual logged in users'. Whenever some member login creates a click on the DeealShaker counter. Since there are only 666 000 registered "users" and as OneCoin claims, having 3,7 million registered members - where are all the rest?

DealShaker counters from Oct 1, 2020
Image: DealShaker counters from Oct 1, 2020.

All and all, this means CoinCorner.se can not show accurate numbers to visitors any longer and therefore quits presenting statistics of OneLife Network dev. Whenever such data is reachable again and correct might be presented on this page again. We apologize for the inconvenience.

OneLife Network - Map members top 20 countries

Data last updated July 31, 2020

OneLife Network - Pie chart Top 20 countries


OneLife Network - Line chart average monthly development members globally

The chart begins with point 1, November 2015, followed by next month and so on. Last month is July 2020.

OneLife Network - Bar chart annual development members


Revised July 31, 2020

OneCoin - Bar chart historical value ONE


Value is fixed on DealShaker (-10 cent)

OneCoin - Table chart historical increase difficulty


OneCoin started its business in Oct 24, 2014. Mining of OneCoin initiated Jan 19, 2015.

OneCoin - Table chart historical splits


OneCoin started its business in Oct 24, 2014. Mining of OneCoin initiated Jan 19, 2015.

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All statistics are derived from the output presented on the company's own official website!

However, it should be pointed out that statistics should always be read with some caution. The company has some backlog on registered / activated accounts. The company has chosen to present all statistics for member development via counters, tables and newsletters etc. And on different sub-pages. It then becomes clear when checking that an error margin exists and that must be taken into account.

It has long been debated among members whether the counter at OneLife.eu is correct or not. In the sense of counting the number of registered accounts or activated accounts. It has been announced from the company or its representatives that the counter only indicates the number of activated accounts at least Starter. Rookie is a free account that only provides access to an overview of the online office, but does not, for example, provide any training packages or tokens for any extraction of the digital currency, OneCoin. Therefore, OneCoin probably only specify accounts that have activated packages at least Starter. It has been estimated over 28 million registered accounts (most frozen accounts, said not in use) in the system (autumn 2017). However OneCoin never reveals any data. Some say there are only between 700-900 000 members depending on how you count and controlled from accessed databases.

The average number of members in average per day and month to the left!

The graph shows large differences for certain months. Simply because the company has incorporated global networks on four occasions; OPN, UniverTeam, BNG and WeShare. All in all, these averages affect the daily counting for the current month.

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OPN: ~480 000
UniverTeam: ~120 000
BNG: ~75 000 (10 000)
WeShare: ~75 000
Bonofa: ~ 60 000
Congligus: ~10 000