For the Past Seven (7) Days Paragon has been on the Rise & Nobody Says a Word?
Founder/CEO Jessica VerSteeg photo:ParagonCoin Logo
ParagonCoin, or just simply “Paragon”, was founded by beauty queen, former Miss Iowa 2014, Jessica VerSteeg. She was also a contestant on the television program “The Amazing Race”. She founded the company AuBox inspired by the death of her late ex-boyfriend, former NFL player for the New York Giants for the years of 2011-2012 as safety, Tyler Sash. It should also be known that the Stash family is totally against VerSteeg “tying his name to a marijuana venture”.
Tyler Sash passed away due to an accidental opioid overdose. Sash complained often of major headaches and pains to VerSteeg while they were dating and even suggested the use of marijuana instead of the prescribed medication. VerSteeg was against the idea. There’s a speculation that Sash and VerSteeg had a domestic dispute which VerSteeg ended up in the hospital. That’s when and where she decided to end the relationship.
It’s ironic, that not only did VerSteeg suggest to Tyler Sash not try marijuana to treat his pain, but at the time of Sash’s death VerSteeg was not only smoking marijuana… she was selling it.
Unbeknown to Sash, he was suffering from stage 2 chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). With his pain and suffering increasing, his opioid addiction continued. His abuse eventually caught up to him. Tyler Sash passed away September 8, 2015 at the age of 27 in Oskaloosa, Iowa.
A paragraph in an article published @MarijuanaDoctors.Com gave some hope to the illness stating:
“Your ECS is the largest neurotransmitter system in your body. The active compounds THC and CBD in cannabis engage your ECS, giving them therapeutic effects. Although there’s limited research on the effects cannabinoids have on CTE, some research does demonstrate they could reduce the brain’s oxidative stress following a traumatic brain injury. They also work like a neuroprotectant, reducing neurological impairment and swelling, thereby reducing damage to the brain and facilitating recovery.
Many companies are studying the possible neuroprotective properties of cannabinoids. Additionally, the U.S. Department of Health filed Patent No. 6630507 asserting CBD is a neuroprotective antioxidant. This patent affirms cannabinoids can prevent brain trauma damage.”
“Anyway, I’m just saying…”
Has anyone seen Jessica VerSteeg? Are there anybody interested in her whereabouts? That is, besides the investors. I mean, last we heard she fled the United States with her husband, Egor Lavrov. Lavrov was a 16-year-old genius who grew up and became a multimillionaire due to his technological skills. It’s been reported that VerSteeg and Lavrov have gone “dark” deleting most of their social media accounts. Rumor has it that they’re kicking it around Egor’s old stomping grounds.
Let’s not forget that Paragon is by no means, unfamiliar with court proceedings. The most recent information on Paragon and a court proceeding was published in an article dated back 9/18/19 @TheBlockCrypto.Com where they stated that, “Since August 2017, the blockchain company, ‘ICOBox’, allegedly facilitated tokens sales for over 30 clients, raising more than $650 million, and earning significant fees as a part of that process. At least one of those sales, per the SEC, for Paragon Coin, Inc., was a securities offering under the Howey Test.” & “exposing thousands of investors to risky investments without providing the necessary information and protections required by the federal securities laws“.
Back on 9/4/18, according to @BizNow.Com, where they stated that “a class-action lawsuit was filed against VerSteeg and her husband, Egor Lavrov, claiming that Paragon violated the U.S. Securities Act as an unregistered security and that Paragon sold about $70M worth of ParagonCoin tokens“.
There’s a lawsuit that “claims ICOBox breached securities law when it raised $14.6 million in its own ICO in 2017 by failing to register the offering as a security as is required under the Securities Act of 1933. In a twist to previous SEC ICO lawsuits, ICOBox is also alleged to have breached securities law by acting as an unregistered broker for other digital asset offerings” according to @SiliconeAngel.Com
Unfortunately, rapper The Game got involved with Jessica VerSteeg. It seems that his “status” as a celebrity was used to promote the Paragon project. So, on 8/11/17 when an article was published announcing that The Game was officially affiliated with Paragon, within a year The Game was being sued for being “named as a member of the advisory board of Paragon.” As it’s published on @LiveBitCoinNews.Com 6/28/18 claiming “While it is true Paragon successfully raised money during an ICO, the money was spent in a very different manner. It appears real estate has been purchased with the money. As such, it would appear the creators of this project enriched themselves, first and foremost. Deceived investors are not too pleased with these developments and demand their money back, for obvious reasons.” The Game was facing charges ranging up to the MULTI-MILLIONS!
Meanwhile, Jessica VerSteeg & Egor Lavrov fled the United States:
The month came and gone and not a word.
That made The Game a sitting target. He didn’t know what was going on. The Game was used as a “fall guy” while VerSteeg & Lavrov made their escape.
Or did they…?
Recently…well, actually this morning I realized that Paragon (PRG), sometimes refereed to as ParagonCoin, had increased in price by over 4,000% making it a 1,742.71% increase for the year. Strange thing is that some crypto exchanges aren’t claiming such an increase. With everything that’s going on with Paragon don’t you find that quite odd? I suspect the price will drop immensely by evening… or has it already?
So, like I asked before…. what’s going on with Paragon?