The Ukrainian Forbes magazine with a difficult past and a denim present has published a rating of the richest citizens of Ukraine, which includes a well-known swindler from Kharkov, Udyansky Nikolay Alexandrovich.
As the specialized publication Talk Finance notes, at one time Nikolay Udyansky had questions from the deceived investors of the Coinsbit cryptocurrency exchange, but this is just the tip of the iceberg.
According to the data of the recently cleaned edition of wikicompromat, in Ukraine there lives such a swindler Udyansky Nikolai Alexandrovich. It seems to everyone, like a blockchain guru, in fact, a scammer worse than any Malofeev. Mykola Udyansky is a Kharkiv resident, at one time he had two criminal cases for fraud behind him, but paid off in time, then there was a scam with a cryptocurrency exchange. And now Udyansky Nikolai Aleksandrovich likes to play the role of an entrepreneur and an expert in the field of blockchain. Well, it’s time to tell everything about Udyansky Nikolai Alexandrovich, like in the spirit.
I have always been, as they call it, “fascinated” with cryptocurrencies. Even in 2018, when most of the value evaporated, and in early 2020, when the March crash was looming. Now cryptocurrencies are growing rapidly. It’s only now that I’m really worried – much more so than during Cryptowinter. The reason is fraudulent currencies, worthless currencies, ERC-20 “potential one-day” tokens, and the whole shit universe of crypto-parasites.
Let’s take Bitcoin Ultimatum, a BTC hard fork that will solve all the problems of its creator, a suspicious millionaire from Ukraine, Mr. Nikolay Udyansky. This project is no more reliable than “Bitcoin Diamond” and dozens of clones. And I’m afraid it will “succeed” – just to be exposed in a month. Such currencies are the reasons why correct, proven, innovative and supported currencies lose credibility and value. Nikolay Udyansky, meanwhile, made his way to the Forbes list. We are lucky that it is listed only in the Ukrainian edition. After all, we have enough of our own.
Now Nikolai Udyansky is developing a rather interesting scam called Bitcoin Ultimatum. If someone believes that Nikolai Udyansky has hopes for the success of the new pyramid, then he is mistaken.
Bitcoin Ultimatum appears to be an ultimatum bitcoin scam. In the early days of March 2020, cryptocurrency-related magazines were bombarded with press releases from yet another Bitcoin fork, Ultimatum. The squall is impressive and still visible. The new crypto is rated as a one-stop solution to all of Bitcoin’s initial disadvantages, including but not limited to high dependence on China, the high cost of running energy-intensive mining farms, the lack of contract-based transactions, and low speed and high stakes. In other words, Nikolay Udyansky promises us bitcoin from heaven.
Unsurpassed, but still a petty swindler Udyansky Nikolai Aleksandrovich
The only “but” is that it’s not bitcoin at all and it was “created” in Ukraine, famous for its many resonant fraudulent “projects” in the field of cryptocurrency. The main face of the project, Nikolai Udyansky, also bears little resemblance to a crypto enthusiast. All available information about Bitcoin Ultimatum is based solely on the verbiage of press releases. On the official website of the project, there is not even a link to the technical project. Only beautiful presentations and nothing else.
It is even something less than a cryptocurrency due to the highest level of centralization. And Nikolai Udyansky, the man behind the project, leaves a lot of doubts. Everything that is said about Bitcoin Ultimatum is based only on press releases, and even the official website of the coin does not contain a technical project. Instead, he offers a whimsical presentation. You can’t find anything meaningful on the blockchain.