I wish those guys were even a part of some other crypto project, that way they could see that it is pretty common to have problems with link between frontend and blockchain. I've seen it many times but it was fixed faster than onecoin is doing it and I can not say reason why it takes so long but I guess we will know when the time comes, they are working obviously on something different, not just a patch.
If his ASSUMPTION is true, then bunch of accounts that I personally sent to them, and one of them is mine would already be fixed cause they could just "write us" our "ponzi points". Also, it is not a problem with all accounts, just some of them, it's minority, that is why there is no official announcement about it so they do not make panic with people who do not even have problems. I know this for a fact cause I have access to some coinsafe-matured accounts that show coins properly.Timothy Curry wrote:I think the ponzi points data stored there were seized during the 2 day January raid and OneCULT has no idea how many points stored whom, and when.
Thing is that when someone selects that his coins go to coinsafe, those are stored in a certain address in the blockchain. When coinsafe coins mature, they, obviously, need to be sent from that address to another that is linked to this username onecoin account. Obviously, for SOME accounts, there is a problem that coins were sent to address that is not link to the frontend.