Document 1 – Medium Article on Miner One Team

Whilst doing some research into Miner One the authoer clicked the link below to check out a page that had been visited before.

The document however had been deleted by Miner One. This is strange, it shows up in Google and so it must be a recent deletion.

Google Cache of the page showed the page was last there at 00:09 GMT on the 23rd of January 2019 and checking another source it was gone by 11:49 GMT on the 31st of January 2019.

This is Google’s cache of

It is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on 23 Jan 2019 00:09:42 GMT. The current page could have changed in the meantime.

The document used to sit between these two documents.

The document is definitely gone, it used to sit between the 3rd and 8th of February 2018.

Here is the document and the main image.

The founders of Miner One

Meet the Team Building Miner One: The World’s Most Profitable Crowdfunded Mining Operation
Go to the profile of Miner One
Miner One
Feb 6, 2018
With a successful pre-ICO behind it, ICO Soft Cap of 3,000 ETH achieved, and implementation underway in Luleå, Sweden, Miner One is on track to become the world’s most profitable crowdfunded bitcoin mining operation.

Meet the Miner One Management and Technical Team led by data centre industry veteran and CEO Pranas Slusnys, who himself has 20+ years of experience in the IT&T business and data centre construction and management with such companies as Atlax (Meninx Holding), Delfi, MicroLink group, Hostex (Telia Group), RackRay and more. The Team is comprised of industry experts and professionals with decades of experience and includes a seasoned advisory board that covers all the necessary competencies to make Miner One a success. Check out the full roster on the Miner One website.

Heading up production is Co-Founder Andrius Mironovskis, who has over 10 years of experience in project management, UI/UX design, and software development. His job, among others, is to ensure a smooth user experience for all Miner One Community Members, including Miner One’s upcoming B-Wallet.

Co-Founder and Legal Advisor Jonas Udris is a corporate and public law expert who, among other projects, is drafting a legal framework for the use of blockchain technology in the public sector.

Gediminas Rimša, Principal Software Engineer and Technical Architect, brings a software architect’s perspective to Miner One. His focus is on all of the software that will be built, from smart contracts to tools for transparent reporting to all other extras. He has diverse business software development experience. He developed Lithuania’s national e-government gateway, various core banking systems for Danske Bank, and, most recently, a high-throughput trading platform for a world-class financial company.

Saulius Radvila, ITT Architect & Project Manager, has 10+ years of experience in ITT planning and deployment, server and data centre services management, and cloud services. He is a CTO with in-depth knowledge of IT, data centre, and cloud services who has worked for such companies as SONEX Technologies, ATEA, TEO LT (Telia Group), Alna Intelligence, ATTREL.

Emilis Gutmanas, Data Centre Architect, has 17+ years of experience in data centre construction and management. He is an expert in HVAC, electrical engineering, security system, optical cable networks and process control-automation systems with construction experience in 100+ objects (technological premises, server rooms, data centres, technological containers etc.) and maintenance experience in over 400 sites. He has worked for Flow (Wolf Heiztechhnik representative), Comliet (TeliaSonera), Eltel Networks (Eltel Group), Lajardas

Jens Eriksson, Business Development Project Manager, brings 22+ years of experience in finances, business development, and management. He has worked in Denmark, Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Sweden, and the UK for such companies as HQ Bank, Nordic Growth Market, SGM Stockholm Media Group, Spear Consulting, and the Lithuanian Forest Investment Fund.

Genadijus Zverugo, Electrical Engineering Expert, has 20+ years of experience in data centre construction and maintenance. He is an expert in electrical engineering and process control-automation systems with construction experience in 100+ objects (technological premises, server rooms, data centres, electrical distribution, cable networks rooms and etc.) and maintenance experience server rooms and data centres. He has worked for TEO LT (Telia Group), Comliet (TeliaSonera), Eltel Networks (Eltel group).

Konstantin Goriajev, Data Centre Maintenance Manager, has 11+ years of experience in data centre construction and management. His in-depth knowledge of power distribution and generation systems, cooling systems, fire protection systems, security and video surveillance systems, and hardware maintenance will keep Miner One safe and efficient. He has worked for TIPAS, Baltnet, and ATEA.

Paulius Mažeika, Process Automation & System Administration, has 17+ years of experience in in system administration, process automation, and network administration. Linux/Windows systems, Linux security, monitoring systems, IP networks, and deep knowledge in server maintenance are his specialties. He has worked for Kaunas University of Technology, Satis Computers, Kaunas Techpark, BMS, Hostex (Telia Group), Baltic Data Center (Telia Group), TEO LT (Telia Group), Vinted, ATTREL.

Dan Eriksson, System & Software Developer and Automation Expert, has 19+ years of experience in system and software development, testing, and automation. He has worked for Scania Group, Nordisk System Integrering (Nordomatic), Travelocity, Ikivo, Bwin, Kindred Group, Netlight Consulting, Seamless Distribution, Spear Consulting, and Kambi Sports Solutions.

Andrius Gedvilas, Network Engineer, Expert, and Architect, has 10+ years of experience in network administration. Andrius really knows data networks, VPN, firewall security, monitoring systems, and server maintenance. He has worked for TEO LT (Telia Group), Dicto Citius, ATEA, Alna Intelligence, and ATTREL.

With 12+ years of experience in system administration and network administration, Dovilas Kazlauskas, IT and System Administrator. Windows/Linux systems, Windows security, monitoring systems, IP networks, and VMware are his specialties. He has worked for Aiva Sistema, Industrijos Garantas, IT House, Barclays Bank, Finasta Bank, Alna Intelligence, and ATTREL.

Romas Kazakevicius, System Administrator, has 25+ years of experience in system administration, process automation, and network administration. Windows/Linux systems, Windows security, monitoring systems, IP networks, and server/IT hardware maintenance are his forte. Romas has worked for Preventa, BMS, and ATTREL.

To see the full roster, learn more about the Team, including the Miner One Advisory Board, and join the Crowdsale, visit

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Go to the profile of Miner One
Miner One
Not a pool. Not a cloud. Miner One is today’s most advanced mining equipment and ultra-low-cost electricity. So everyone profits. Find out more:

Document 2 – ICO Terms and Conditions from Miner One website

Whilst checking some other documents I found another document missing. The file has been deleted from the webserver.

Google doesn’t say when this page was last checked but checking another source it was definitely there on the 31st of January 2019 @ 14:06 GMT so was deleted between that time and the 10th of February 2019 @ 08:00 GMT.

This is a copy and paste from Google Cache, I have the original PDF for reference if required.

Miner One Project
Terms and Conditions
Last revised on 01/03/2018
The Terms and Conditions (the “T&C”) apply to the buyer of the Miner One token (MIO) and future user of the Miner
One platform. You should carefully read the T&C, as well as the Miner One white paper before participating.

  1. Definitions and declarations
    1.1. Miner One – is an online project operated by Miner One FZE (f ormer Sirio H.R.O and Business
    Consultancy FZE , hereinafter – The Company), Registration no. RAKFTZA-FZE-4012910, Registration
    date 18 February 2014, P.O. Box 330099 / Ras Al Khaimah / United Arab Emirates / RAK FTZ
    Business park, Al Nakheel, Ras al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates | Licence No. 6003932.
    1.2. / (hereinafter – the “Website”) is the official website of Miner One ;
    1.3. ICO – a restricted initial coin offering by Miner One to eligible Users regarding purchase of MIO.
    1.4. Pre-ICO – the invite only pre-ICO, 330 000 of MIO will be issued to finalize the initial version of Miner
    One before the full ICO.
    1.5. White paper – the document posted on the Website containing ICO conditions and describing the
    Miner One project, services and operations model.
    1.6. The following T&C constitute t he agreement (hereinafter – The Agreement) between Miner One and
    you (hereinafter – the User, or The Miner One Community Member) with respect to the use to the
    purchase of the MIO and the future services offered through the Miner One platform.
    1.7. By using our services, the User is agreeing to be bound by the T&C in its latest version.
  2. Scope of the Miner One Project
    2.1. Miner One Community Members obtain Ethereum-based MIO Tokens that represent their
    participation in a creation of the Miner One mining centre as well eligibility to use Miner One services.
    2.2. Miner One i s aimed at building cryptocurrency mining facilities with a purpose to generate Bitcoin and
    other cryptocurrencies at it own discretion. The output of the mining centre, minus electricity and other
    direct costs, which include, but are not limited to rent of the facilities, staff salaries, taxes and other
    state and municipal duties, shall be distributed pro-rata to all MIO Token Holders.
    2.3. As an MIO Token Holder, the User will be entitled to have access to a Miner One Wallet, which is the
    User’s digital wallet and exchange. The User can use it to sell, buy, and store cryptocurrency, and
    receive the User’s share of Miner One output. Miner One Wallet will be created at the later stages of
    project development.
    2.4. The Miner One Card can be used as a debit card for payments and purchases directly from the User’s
    Miner One Wallet. Miner One Card will be available at later stages of project development.
    2.5. Other services, including ones that are not listed herein, may be crated and offered to Miner One
    Community Members in the future.
  3. The Miner One Token
    3.1. MIO functions as a means of payment on the Miner One platform that will allow future Users to make
    use of Miner One platform services. Through the token sale, the future user acquires the future rights
    to use the Miner One platform.
    3.2. MIO token entitles the holder to a portion of output of the Miner One mining facilities. All MIO tokens
    are equal in terms of the proportion of the output they are entitled to.
    3.3. In some jurisdictions MIO token can be classified as a security, since it provides rights to a portion of
    the output. Neither the Swiss FINMA nor the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, The
    Securities and Commodities Authority of the United Arab Emirates, nor any other foreign regulatory
    authority has approved an investment in the MIO tokens. By entering this agreement The User clearly
    states that he/she is not protected by the investment protection legislation in any way.
    3.4. MIO token does not grant the User any voting power within the Company and its subsidiaries as well
    as Miner One community.
    Miner One Project | Terms and Conditions | Page 1 of 3

3.5. Purchase of MIO is final and non-refundable. MIO is not a share and does not give any right to
participate in the general meetings of Miner One. MIO will not have any particular value outside of the
Miner One platform.
3.6. The purchase of MIO shall therefore not be done for speculative usage.
3.7. MIO can be purchased during the crowdsale directly from the Company or after the crowdsale at the
Company or exchanger.
3.8. Any future User purchasing MIO expressly acknowledges and represents that she/he has carefully
reviewed the T&C and fully understands the risks, costs and benefits associated with the purchase of
this token as indicated in the T&C.
3.9. The MIO tokens are strictly limited to Users not acting in their capacity as consumers. A consumer
means every natural person who enters into a legal transaction for purposes that predominantly are
outside his trade, business or profession.

  1. Knowledge required
    4.1. A future User undertaking to purchase MIO in relation to the token sale should ensure that she/he
    understands and has significant experience with cryptocurrencies, blockchain systems and services,
    and that she/he fully understands the risks associated with the token sale as well as the mechanism
    related to the use of cryptocurrencies, including, but not limited to storage and safekeeping of access
    4.2. Miner One shall not be responsible for any loss of MIO or situations making it impossible to access
    MIO, which may result in any actions or omissions of the future User or any person undertaking to
    acquire MIO.
  2. Risks
    5.1. Acquiring MIO involves various risks, in particular that Miner One may not be able to launch its
    operations and develop its platform. Therefore, and prior to acquiring MIO, any future user should
    carefully consider the risks, costs, and benefits of acquiring MIO within the crowdsale, and, if
    necessary, obtain independent advice in this regard. Any interested person who is not in the position to
    accept nor to understand the risks associated with the crowdsale (incl. the risks related to the nondevelopment
    of Miner One network and operations) or any other risks as indicated in the T&C, should
    not acquire MIO, at this stage or later.
  3. Important Disclaimer
    6.1. The T&C shall not and cannot be considered as an invitation to enter into an investment. They do not
    constitute or relate in any way nor should they be considered as an offering of securities in any
    jurisdiction. The T&C do not include or contain any information or indication that might be considered
    as a recommendation or that might be used as a basis for any investment decision.
    6.2. Miner One will be an operative entity managing a platform. Therefore, Miner One is not a financial
    intermediary according to the law and is not required to obtain any authorization for anti-money
    laundering purposes.
    6.3. Acquiring MIO shall not grant any right or influence over Miner One’s organization and governance to
    the purchasers.
    6.4. Regulatory authorities are carefully scrutinizing businesses and operations associated with
    cryptocurrencies around the world. In that respect, regulatory measures, investigations or actions may
    impact Miner One’s business and even limit or prevent it from developing its operations in the future.
    Any person undertaking to acquire MIO must be aware that the Miner One business model and the
    T&C may change or need to be modified because of new regulatory and compliance requirements in
    any applicable laws in any jurisdictions. In such case, purchasers and any person undertaking to
    acquire MIO acknowledge and understand that neither Miner One nor any of its affiliates shall be held
    liable for any direct or indirect loss or damages caused by such changes.
    6.5. Miner One will do its best to launch its operations and develop the Miner One platform. Any person
    undertaking to acquire MIO acknowledges and understands that Miner One does not provide any
    guarantee that it will manage to establish an operative platform and therefore it cannot guarantee that
    the MIO can be used to purchase goods or services on the platform. They acknowledge and
    understand therefore that Miner One (incl. its bodies and employees) assumes no liability or
    responsibility for any loss or damage that would result from or relate to the incapacity to use MIO,
    except in the case of intentional misconduct or gross negligence.
    Miner One Project | Terms and Conditions | Page 2 of 3
  1. Representation and Warranties
    7.1. By participating in the crowdsale, the User agrees to the T&C and in particular, they represent and
    warrant that they:
    7.1.1. are authorized and have full power to purchase MIO according to the laws that apply in their
    jurisdiction of domicile;
    7.1.2. Reside in a jurisdiction which allows Miner One to sell the Miner One tokens through a
    crowdsale without requiring any local authorisation;
    7.1.3. are familiar with all related regulations in the specific jurisdiction in which they are based and
    that purchasing cryptographic tokens in that jurisdiction is not prohibited, restricted or subject
    to additional conditions of any kind;
    7.1.4. are not a United States citizen, resident or entity (a “U.S. Person”) nor are they purchasing
    Miner One Tokens or signing on behalf of a U.S. Person.
    7.1.5. are not acting for the purpose of speculative investment;
    7.1.6. will not use the Token Sale for any illegal activity, including but not limited to money
    laundering and the financing of terrorism;
    7.1.7. are solely responsible for determining whether the acquisition of MIO is appropriate for them;
    7.1.8. are acquiring MIO for future use of the Miner One platform;
    7.1.9. understand the risks associated with the crowdsale (incl. the risks related to the
    non-development of Miner One network and operations); and
    7.1.10. understand the use of cryptocurrencies and the associated risks.
  2. Intellectual Property Rights
    8.1. To the extent that copyright or other intellectual property rights exist in the Miner One platform, such as
    software, know-how, analysis or programs, those copyrights and other intellectual and industrial rights
    belong to Miner One.
  3. Limitation of Liability
    9.1. Miner One, as well as its officers, directors, agents, joint ventures, employees and suppliers, assumes
    no liability or responsibility for any loss arising out of or related to the use of the Miner One platform or
    any technical, interruption or malfunction of the platform.
    9.2. The limitation of liability set out above shall not be applicable in the event that Miner One, or a Miner
    One employee, has caused the damage by intentional misconduct or by gross negligence.
  4. Severability
    10.1. If any of the provisions of the T&C or of the Agreement are deemed to be invalid, void or
    unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall continue in full force and effect.
    10.2. Miner One may change, amend, delete or add to this Agreement or any of the terms and conditions
    contained in any policies or rules governing the Website and/or the Services at any time and in its sole
    discretion without notice. Any such changes will be effective upon the posting of the revised
    Agreement or such policies and rules on the Website and User is solely responsible for reviewing any
    such notice and the corresponding changes to the Agreement. User’s continued use of the Website
    and/or the Services following any such revisions to the Agreement or such policies and rules will
    constitute User’s acceptance of such changes. If User does not agree to any such changes, User must
    not continue to use the Website and/or the Services.
    10.3. The management board can change the Miner One Operator at any time without prior notice.
  5. Dispute Resolution
    11.1. All disputes arising out of or in connection with the present contract shall be finally settled under the
    Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by one or more arbitrators appointed in
    accordance with the said Rules. The arbitration panel shall consist of one arbitrator only. The seat of
    the arbitration shall be Ras al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates. The arbitral proceedings shall be
    conducted in English.
  6. Jurisdiction
    12.1. The Company reserves the right to change the jurisdiction of the Company and this Agreement at any
    time at its own discretion.
    Miner One Project | Terms and Conditions | Page 3 of 3

Document 3 – Removal of Team Members from Miner One (MIO) website

A number of advisers have been removed from the MIO website between the 31st of January 2019 at 04:32 GMT and the 10th of February 2019 10:05 GMT. They are

  • Eric Elbhar, Sales & Business Development – Linkedin
  • Alin Bittel, Business Development – Linkedin

Neither of these shown any links with Miner One on their Linkedin profile.

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