It is well known that Hubert Freidl & Co. like to change the company name and are very inventive when it comes to the allocation of new well-sounding company names. So it is not surprising that mWS myWorld Solutions AG, which is based in Graz/Austria, has now been renamed to myWorld 360 AG at the shareholders’ meeting on December 18th, 2020.
The 58-page long protocol of the shareholders’ meeting includes, among other things, the audit report of the 2019 annual financial statements of OVILAVA Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft from Wels/Austria concerning mWS myWorld Solutions AG.
As we were further informed, Hubert Freidl has planned for the “Online Sensation” to promise marketers the ultimate expansion of the Enterprise program.
The magic words this time are “Cryptix, eCredits, and Blocktrade”. After all, the eCredit-matter has been developed before, but a license was never granted and yet marketers have been able to exchange it already. Convert real money into unworthy eCredits.
Previously Freidl’s team already tried to get an FMA license in Liechtenstein through a company called ETR AG, this was also rejected and any further activity was prohibited. See FMA – Announcement: https://www.fma-li.li/de/news/20200710-bekanntmachung-etr-ag.html
As the myWorld group of companies is struggling more and more in front of the authorities with all the clouds and other investment tools, they have now acquired Blocktrade.com with Cryptix d.o.o. to legalize everything via an STO (Security Token Offering).
Blocktrade S.A. itself is a product of the Elite Club Foundation based in the United Arab Emirates and was founded on 06.10.2020. having its registered office at Villa 2, 20b Street, Community 153, PO Box 31484, Ras al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates, registered with the Registrar of RAK International Corporate Center under number ICCFDN20200017. The complete incorporation documents (english/german) are available: Dépôt 20/229132 (gd.lu)
The Munich CM-Equity AG is now supposed to wrap the whole package nicely and make the actions planned by Hubert Freidl look “good” to the German BaFin. Whether the renowned company will go along with this remains to be seen; we have inquired in this regard.