A recent article on Crypto Monday made unfounded accusations against Jubilee Ace.
In a recent storey published on a website called Crypto Monday, Jubilee Ace was falsely accused of utilising trading bots to deceive clients. As the author of the paper, Mr. Ilia Nikolaev, has stated, this charge is unfounded and is intended to destabilise the stability of the bitcoin business.
Die Firma möchte nochmals betonen, dass das Handels- und Arbitragesystem AQUA, das sie entwickelt has, echt ist. Its AQUA platform, which offers arbitrage and trading opportunities, is safe and secure.
Searching the web for Mr Ilia Nikolaev reveals he is of Russian or Eastern European ancestry, according to Google results. As he has no internet presence, this raises suspicion that he could very well be an alias linked to the piece to tarnish Jubilee Ace‘s reputation. Mr Nikolaev may have been recruited by Jubilee Ace’s competitors to tarnish and smear the company’s reputation.
The company’s management team has confirmed that no prior attempts have been made by any entity or individual to understand more about the business strategy or the AQUAsystem. This shows that the author of the post has manufactured unsubstantiated and fictional claims about Jubilee Ace without bothering to discover more about the firm as a whole. Nikolaev’s acts are defamatory in certain areas and/or slender in others. This has a negative impact on the bitcoin sector as a whole.
Users and consumers of the AQUA system can be certain that Jubilee Ace is devoted to servicing them to the best of its abilities with a system that is safe, dependable and legitimate.