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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Decentralised-Liquidity Exchange -- 'D-L-Ex' on: August 08, 2016, 07:23:18 AM
Decentralised-Liquidity Exchange

One: patience and objectivity, not petulance and hyperbole

Two: All human societies exhibit censorship (even left anarchists): I censor this thread

Three: one general principle: anti-pump-n-dump: we’ve learned that communities only pay lip service to the notion of stability. Now, you can’t support a crypto’s price; but you can sell hard on the spikes, then buy back in later; and we can figure out some other measures.

Four: ‘dexchanges’ like Bitsquare are the future. The D-L-Ex aims to be complementary to these

Five: let's arrange two other members to hold the password of this account.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Prototanium otc Exchange on: August 01, 2015, 07:10:17 AM
Buy and Sell Prototanium here.

Downloads:
Windows: http://proto.uno/Prototanium-redgranite.zip

AND:

http://proto.uno
http://proto.uno/crawler/block_crawler.php

And other data at Post 9672 here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=527500.9660
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Tech Support for Unobtanium Newcomers on: November 13, 2014, 03:56:36 AM
Introduction: the Unobtanium community is committed to 'tech support' for newcomers -- it's how you get people to invest rather than speculate! Feel free to ask and ask and ask.


This is Benefactor

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=527500.4040


‘This is how you should do it:


1.  Start a new wallet.

2.  Add a bunch of receive addresses, (like 20, more than you think you need for a loong time.)

3.  Download blockchain.

4.  Encrypt wallet.

5. MAKE A BACKUP.

5.5  Optional:  Make additional backups as needed and store in safe places.

6.  Test wallet by receiving a small amount, ( < 0.11 UNO.)
6.5  Test wallet by sending that amount.

7.0 Optional for long-term wallet.  (Ignore this step for your petty cash hot wallet(s).):  Create a list of the receive addresses, so you can send to them.  List must have addresses perfectly copied - no errors!
7.1 Optional for long-term wallet.  (Ignore this step for your petty cash hot wallet(s).):  Take wallet completely offline.  {Programs/Roaming/Unobtanium} move all directories if you know what you are doing!  Your cold storage wallet doesn't have to be online for the blockchain to know those addresses are receiving additional funds while it is offline.  Just check the blockchain, not your cold storage wallet, to verify you have the funds.  Worst case is you only need the private keys on your backed-up wallet.dat file.  (Also make sure you never get confused which wallet.dat goes to which wallet, and don't overwrite them, etc.)

8.  Optional, but mandatory if applicable:  If you EVER add a single new receive address or change the passphrase or de-encrypt, you need new backups.

9.  Send funds to existing, backed-up receive addresses, and enjoy your Unobtanium!!!’

This is Mike

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=527500.4060

‘Well, transactions don't matter as those are stored inside the blockchain. But if you add or remove a send or receiving address, then yes, backup! The sending addresses don't matter much, but if you have a bunch, then having to re-enter them at some point sucks  

Also, NEVER keep an un-encrypted copy around!

If you create a new wallet, the initial wallet.dat will always contain the first receiving address, un-encrypted. Suppose you back that up and then encrypt the wallet.dat, and back that up as well. Now you send 100UNO to your default address, thinking you are safe because the wallet has been encrypted. But the original wallet.dat still exists, contains the same private key and is not encrypted.
Anyway, now you have 100UNO in the first address. You add a second address and send 15UNO to that. And someone else sends you 20UNO to your first address.
You wallet shows you have 135 UNO. You backup the wallet (do it once in a while anyway)

Now someone finds your unencrypted wallet.dat and imports that into his wallet application. He now has full access to the original address as that is stored inside the wallet.dat without password or anything! After syncing he sees 120UNO and sends them to another address. You lose the coins! Your wallet will show the transaction, 120UNO out, and 15UNO remain because the un-encrypted wallet.dat does not contain a private key for the second address that was added later so the thief does not have access to that.

Hope this sheds a bit of light on the importance of encryption and backing up  ’
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Unobtanium Wallet Back-Ups 101 on: November 13, 2014, 03:40:57 AM
Introduction: welcome, newcomers! Many crypto communities offer little help to the uninitiated -- but not Uno!! We are strongly committed to 'tech support.' So, ask, ask, ask!


This is Benefactor

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=527500.4040


‘This is how you should do it:


1.  Start a new wallet.

2.  Add a bunch of receive addresses, (like 20, more than you think you need for a loong time.)

3.  Download blockchain.

4.  Encrypt wallet.

5. MAKE A BACKUP.
5.5  Optional:  Make additional backups as needed and store in safe places.

6.  Test wallet by receiving a small amount, ( < 0.11 UNO.)
6.5  Test wallet by sending that amount.

7.0 Optional for long-term wallet.  (Ignore this step for your petty cash hot wallet(s).):  Create a list of the receive addresses, so you can send to them.  List must have addresses perfectly copied - no errors!
7.1 Optional for long-term wallet.  (Ignore this step for your petty cash hot wallet(s).):  Take wallet completely offline.  {Programs/Roaming/Unobtanium} move all directories if you know what you are doing!  Your cold storage wallet doesn't have to be online for the blockchain to know those addresses are receiving additional funds while it is offline.  Just check the blockchain, not your cold storage wallet, to verify you have the funds.  Worst case is you only need the private keys on your backed-up wallet.dat file.  (Also make sure you never get confused which wallet.dat goes to which wallet, and don't overwrite them, etc.)

8.  Optional, but mandatory if applicable:  If you EVER add a single new receive address or change the passphrase or de-encrypt, you need new backups.

9.  Send funds to existing, backed-up receive addresses, and enjoy your Unobtanium!!!’

This is Mike

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=527500.4060

‘Well, transactions don't matter as those are stored inside the blockchain. But if you add or remove a send or receiving address, then yes, backup! The sending addresses don't matter much, but if you have a bunch, then having to re-enter them at some point sucks 

Also, NEVER keep an un-encrypted copy around!

If you create a new wallet, the initial wallet.dat will always contain the first receiving address, un-encrypted. Suppose you back that up and then encrypt the wallet.dat, and back that up as well. Now you send 100UNO to your default address, thinking you are safe because the wallet has been encrypted. But the original wallet.dat still exists, contains the same private key and is not encrypted.
Anyway, now you have 100UNO in the first address. You add a second address and send 15UNO to that. And someone else sends you 20UNO to your first address.
You wallet shows you have 135 UNO. You backup the wallet (do it once in a while anyway)

Now someone finds your unencrypted wallet.dat and imports that into his wallet application. He now has full access to the original address as that is stored inside the wallet.dat without password or anything! After syncing he sees 120UNO and sends them to another address. You lose the coins! Your wallet will show the transaction, 120UNO out, and 15UNO remain because the un-encrypted wallet.dat does not contain a private key for the second address that was added later so the thief does not have access to that.

Hope this sheds a bit of light on the importance of encryption and backing up  ’
5  Local / Altcoins (Bahasa Indonesia) / Anda punya Krypto2 apa? 'portfolio' on: September 28, 2014, 07:15:57 AM
Anda bisa baca thread ini bulan bulan di depan. Portfolio saya hasil atau tidak?

# Unobtanium: harga akan naik sebab koinya jarang sekali ('anti-inflationary')
# NXT: Krypto generasi dua
# NXT 'assets': hmmmm . . . JL777hdl, Nxttycoin

# nanti: Ether (IndiaMikeZulu sudah pesan Ethernya)

# Bitcoin sebab sini di Australia belum gampang beli koin lain terus sama fiat. Kami mencari 'Uno-fiat portal'

('portal' ada 'pintu')

Portfolio anda?

Mark (IndaiMikeZulu), Australia
6  Local / Altcoins (Bahasa Indonesia) / Unobtanium: krypto yang 'barang kandang' on: September 05, 2014, 02:19:51 AM
Duluan, lihat '180-day': http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/unobtanium

Unobtanium ada 'uang logam' yang sebenarnya 'barang' -- seperti emas atau perak. Yah, bisa pakai seperti crypto uang. Tapi sebab jarang, harganya tak goyang2.

Mark (IndiaMikeZulu), Australia Barat
7  Local / Alt Coins (India) / Unobtanium: established, rare, stable on: August 27, 2014, 05:34:01 AM
Hey, crypto folk!

Let the stats do the talking!!

Coin: Unobtanium
Basic Stats: 'long-term' POW. No inflation.
Price stability: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/unobtanium
Dev: still on board
Android wallet: yes (prototype)
Quality of community? Come and see for yourself!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=527500.new#new

Mark (IndiaMikeZulu), Australia
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Unobtanium In-House Exchange on: August 26, 2014, 06:05:27 AM
Welcome to the Unobtanium in-house exchange -- 'Un-Ex'

Community-Driven Big Ideas

This thread is basically an experiment in trust-networking in a crypto community. Anyone is welcome to become a member, and then trade here.

What do we trade?

We trade bullion and various cryptos for Uno. Significantly, Trusted Traders can sell large quantities of Uno (or other) coin ‘into’ the core community.

There is also an ‘in-house’ currency, ‘Distributed-Vault Coin.’ It’s unique because it’s traded only here, and a newcomer must satisfy some requirements to be issued with it -- 'Verification'

[We’re still developing the Verification process. A newcomer makes three initial trades, and thus becomes a ‘Trusted Trader.’ We look to see some further posts and trades. A couple more trades will get that TT a second star: one-star, two stars . . . up to five.

Then, if a TT wants to be involved in the DVC experiment, they pledge to hold small quantities of bullion, and post several pictures of that bullion (though there are other ways of Verifying).

At that point, all things being equal, that TT will be ‘issued’ with 1 or 2 DVC. There is no cost. The ‘payment’ is that you continue to hold the bullion, and that you be prepared to re-Verify if called upon. This is the ‘distributed vault.’]

Readers, with respect, we make no apologies about the exclusive nature of this project. We expect to develop it into a multi-million-dollar enterprise.

Here are some articles:

http://indiamikezulu.com.au/475/a-nice-simple-explanation-of-dvc/ [the second half of this]
http://indiamikezulu.com.au/452/theory-of-dvc-which-is-hedges/

Please ask any questions you want to. Just PM 'IMZ'


Progress Report, Updated April, 2015

Underway: discussions with the coiners at Dnotes, which might be a suitable stable-mate for a crypto commodity like Uno. (First trades of Dotes for Uno and silver)

Underway: 'coin wholesaling,' in theory and tentative practice, to provide liquidity in the 'core-community' Unobtanium market.

Underway: finding and listing merchants who will give discounts to Trusted Traders -- two so far

Achieved: launch of our independent Website, 'Cryptoguild.com.'

Achieved: first 100-Uno trade (on Cryptoguild). The Unobtanium was sold at a small discount.

Achieved: an independent site for Un-Ex: 'Cryptoguild.com' Huge kudos to cragv.

Achieved: the creation of a new, post-Nxt-wallet 'home' for Distributed-Vault Coin. Huge kudos to cragv!

Acheived: issue of 20th DVC (with 'equity DVC' coming in May)

Achieved: updates of trade-tracker

Acheived: improved confirmation-of-trades protocol

Achieved: first contributions to 'Core-tanium,' a system that provides 'anti-dumping ammo' (in BTC and $).

Achieved: first use of a 'liquidity engine,' which will allow merchants who've received Uno to quickly and easily convert that Uno to cryptos or fiat

Achieved: Direct-Purchase-of-Newly-Mined-Unobtanium Programme: funds to buy newly-mined Unobtanium at a premium are available now.

Achieved: Version One of a 'trade-ticker' that manages the (P2P) trades

Achieved: first ‘P-WIP’ for bullion (Australia) [use of Internet-banking transfer to pay for crypto]

Achieved: first ‘P-WIP’ for crypto (Australia)

Achieved: launch of Distributed-Vault Coin

Achieved: launch of ‘Trusted Traders’ Ratings-system


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