Hi gang,So today I did a little bit of mining, found an (now not so much) abandoned mineshaft and also came across a loot chest. And I think there's a serious flaw with them: how are players to separate loot chests from chests which other players have placed?Sometimes the environment will reveal as much (when they're near a spawner and there's also mossy cobble nearby for example) but not always (when Aya mined out all that mossy stuff (which she often does) there's no way to be sure anymore).Which brings me to another problem: (new) players who might not be familiar with the concept at all. I can easily see it happening that someone puts a chest down to secure his items (like I did a moment ago; my inventory filled up and I wanted to remove a (cave) spider spawner) and another player finds it, assumes it to be a loot chest and when he opens it he seems to be right because the chest actually contained loot.Yeah, well, uhm, but that was my loot And that's not even taking foul play into consideration. I'm not going to share for obvious reasons but I can easily come up with some ways to exploit this (or trying to).So yeah, I think there's a serious oversight happening here. The concept of loot chests is good, but I think they also blur the line between griefing/stealing and trying to (honestly!) gain some loot.As such my suggestion: make these stand out so that there can never be any doubt.