The announcement declares payout delays due an increase in transactions. How could that be? Xcoinx.com has been closed down since January so no-one has been able to sell their coins. DealShaker platform hasn't got much transactions because it's extremely far from being "extremely successful".
What comes to the imaginary blockchain, OneCoin has been boasting how their blockchain is capable of handling far more transactions than credit card providers:
"The new OneCoin blockchain is very powerful, being able to process more transactions than credit card providers. It runs every minute, which makes it the choice for merchants because it stores users' KYC documents - setting a new standard in the cryptocurrency industry."
So what are these "payout delays" then?
The merchant platform doesn't cause much transactions so there should be no problems there. Furthermore it should only serve as a surplus for OneCoin as the Queen of the Crypt takes a hefty cut of each deal. So it certainly doesn't cause a dent on Ruja's wallet.
The only thing left is commissions. This could mean that banks - the rare ones that still were offering their services to OneCoin or its shell companies - are refusing to transfer those payouts and scammers don't get their dough anymore. No wonder there has been a lot of upliners leaving the sinking ship recently.