Aping blockchain.info

The developers of the OneCoin Simulator software applied themselves diligently to their task to make a Blockchain viewer which looked credible. They decided to copy 90% of the components of the Bitcoin explorer on blockchain.info.

This is a screenshot of a recent Bitcoin Block that you can view via hyperlink blockchain.info Block #472963
All elements which have been used on the OneCoin Blockchain Simulator screens (currently or in the past) are marked by a blue rectangular.

Compare this with the screenshots of a recent OneCoin Block. 100% of the elements are copied from blockchain.info (and other Bitcoin explorers).


This is a screenshot of OneCoin Block #0 (the genesis block) in the old layout that was used until 5 December 2016. Hyperlinks to individual Transactions were not visible in that period.

Remarks:

  1. The “UTC” indication after the timestamp complies with our findings that Block creation timestamps are recorded and displayed in the GMT/UTC time-zone.
  2. The DIFFICULTY aka Mining Difficulty was still visible in this layout, but has been deleted from the new layout.

 

This is a screenshot with the old layout of Block #37295 of OneCoin Blockchain Simulator Version 1 (active until 30 September 2016).

Remarks:

  1. Difficulty, Bits and Size were visible in that period.
  2. These data are not accessible anymore (i.e. hyperlinks don’t work).