However, it seems that OneCoin does not value the coins much. If you want to buy one piece of that crappy OneTablet you'd have to use 1160 onecoins for it. According to the artificial value set by PonziQueen Ruja that would be over 7000 euros (using the current value in xcoinx.com) for a tablet they otherwise charge 580 euros. Similarly if you want to buy a gift code for a Trader package that costs as much as the tablet (580 euros) you'd have to use 1160 onecoins.
Finally we have some tool to calculate the actual value of onecoin - keeping in mind that so far OneCoin is the only merchant that accepts it as a payment method. So let's calculate:
580 e / 1160 onecoins =
0,5 e / onecoin
This means that the accurate value for onecoin is 0,5 euros. This is exactly how much Ruja Ignatova is willing to pay for 1 onecoin. However I can't emphasize enough that even this is only the value set by the one and only merchant that accepts onecoins - not confirmed yet - in a closed system where all laws of economics and principles of crypto currencies tend to be nonexistent.
Other news from the world of ponzi currency:
OneCoin has yet again frozen some members' accounts. The coins they had in their accounts and the commissions they were to receive are now property of OneCoin. OneCoin simply kicked them out after some other cult members made a complaint about their actions. More information about the case in BehindMLM: