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December 28, 2017, 07:16:08 AM
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thanks for your reply unfortunatly as i open myetherwallet with ledger wallet key it seems that i dont have encrypted key

"Private Key (unencrypted)"

Any solution?
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December 28, 2017, 06:47:46 PM
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Hi,
does someone know how to fix pyrus chrome app problem

I Can't view or send funds using chrome pyrus, about a week ago everthing was working... also there is this red bar at the bottom of the page,
Could not connect to the node. Please refresh the page, I've  tried on my other pc too but its the same and won't see or send funds. 
The funds are visible on the blockchain though,

any suggestions please?
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December 29, 2017, 05:58:09 AM
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Hi,
does someone know how to fix pyrus chrome app problem

I Can't view or send funds using chrome pyrus, about a week ago everthing was working... also there is this red bar at the bottom of the page,
Could not connect to the node. Please refresh the page, I've  tried on my other pc too but its the same and won't see or send funds. 
The funds are visible on the blockchain though,

any suggestions please?

I believe an update is coming for this.  Join the Discord chat for faster updates.
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December 29, 2017, 05:59:47 AM
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Sorry i havent be clear. After this if someone can help i send 5 ubq for this.
So i use a ledger wallet to open myetherwallet (ethereum) and i simply copy past the adress of this account.
But after this i finaly understand that there is not ubq available on this account and that i probably make a mistake.

etherscan show nothing of course because i understand now that this is not exactly a token from eth..

You can just select UBQ in the network selection on the myetherwallet.  See one of my earlier posts with the image.  Same thing...

UBQ is not an Eth token.
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December 29, 2017, 06:01:35 AM
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can i mine it with R9 280? How hashrate will be?.. (12mh like ethereum, or 27mh+ like new shitcoins)

You could use a calculation site like whattomine to find out hashrates.
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December 29, 2017, 06:04:36 AM
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So when is Ubiq getting on some more exchanges? Binance and a chinese and korean exchange would be awesome for ubiq Cheesy

Please watch for the next round of community voting on Binance and vote for UBQ.  Everyone is more than welcome to send in coin requests to exchanges as we all have.
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December 29, 2017, 07:07:50 AM
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if ubq on binance  Grin Grin Grin to the moon,price will be above 50$
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December 29, 2017, 11:50:56 AM
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thanks for your reply unfortunatly as i open myetherwallet with ledger wallet key it seems that i dont have encrypted key

"Private Key (unencrypted)"

Any solution?

Well if it's unencrypted it should be even easier to export then shouldn't it?

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December 29, 2017, 02:29:30 PM
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thanks for your reply unfortunatly as i open myetherwallet with ledger wallet key it seems that i dont have encrypted key

"Private Key (unencrypted)"

Any solution?

Well if it's unencrypted it should be even easier to export then shouldn't it?

it's not because when i go to the UBQ network of course i've got a new adress to receive coins and all adresses show 0 ubq.
I have already send from bittrex to the eth network the coins and so i can't see them anywhere.
Unencrypted mean there is nothing nowhere or i can't find it

I Need urgently to get this funds if that's possible. 10 ubq bounty for this
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December 29, 2017, 03:02:02 PM
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That's because you need to import the private key from your eth address before you will see it. If you want to verify it is there you can look up your eth address on a ubiq block explorer.

In order to recover the coins you need to export the eth wallet private key first so you can import it to your ubiq wallet. Unfortunately I don't have step by step instructions for you and it depends on which particular wallet you are using. You can probably find info in a FAQ for the wallet you are using with some searching.

For example if it is a ledger nano hardware wallet a quick search comes up with this:

https://ledger.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005197905-Restoring-your-Ethers-ETH-or-ETC-without-a-Ledger-Nano-S

You should be able to find similar guides for mist/geth, parity, myetherwallet, jaxx, etc. with some searching. Same goes for finding a guide for the second step of how to import keys into a wallet. Google is your friend.

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December 29, 2017, 03:20:30 PM
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That's because you need to import the private key from your eth address before you will see it. If you want to verify it is there you can look up your eth address on a ubiq block explorer.

In order to recover the coins you need to export the eth wallet private key first so you can import it to your ubiq wallet. Unfortunately I don't have step by step instructions for you and it depends on which particular wallet you are using. You can probably find info in a FAQ for the wallet you are using with some searching.

For example if it is a ledger nano hardware wallet a quick search comes up with this:

https://ledger.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005197905-Restoring-your-Ethers-ETH-or-ETC-without-a-Ledger-Nano-S

You should be able to find similar guides for mist/geth, parity, myetherwallet, jaxx, etc. with some searching. Same goes for finding a guide for the second step of how to import keys into a wallet. Google is your friend.

that's great thanks a lot i hae done research but i don't speak very well english and what to search when you don't understand what you do...
With ubq explorer yes i see the coins!
I have a ledger wallet nano S so now i will follow the step of your guide.

Do you have a link to import a private keys into a wallet? I try but can't find something clear

and your ubq adress plz
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December 29, 2017, 03:42:06 PM
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It depends which wallet you are using for UBQ.

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December 29, 2017, 03:46:21 PM
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It depends which wallet you are using for UBQ.

i use ledger wallet and myetherwallet ubq network
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December 29, 2017, 04:03:01 PM
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In that case you may not have to export the private key at all. Try this guide instead but substitute 'ETC' for 'UBQ', except in step 9 I believe you need to select the ETH address you sent the UBQ to.

https://ledger.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005200029-I-sent-ETC-on-an-ETH-address-how-can-I-recover-them-

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1. Connect you Ledger device, enter your PIN code, enter your Ethereum application and disable the browser support setting
2. On your Ledger Wallet Ethereum application, copy your ETC UBQ address // Please verify twice that it is the ETC UBQ address, not the ETH one.
3. On your Ledger device, enable the browser support setting
4. Go to MyEtherWallet website (not the Chrome extension plugin)
5. Select "ETC" "UBQ" in the top right menu
6. Select the "Send Ether" tab
7. Select the "Ledger Nano S" option and click on "Connect your Ledger Wallet"
8. Select the " m/44'/60'/0''" derivation path (Ledger ETH)
9. Select the address where your ETC UBQ are. If you don't find the right address, don't forget to click on "More addresses"
10. Click on "Unlock your wallet" to display the wallet manager
11. Paste your ETC UBQ address in the required field and empty your account

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December 29, 2017, 04:09:07 PM
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Ubiq tech is a direct Eth competitor. We have still long way to go to directly compete with it but no doubt it will. UBQ is still MASSIVELY undervalued.

UBIQ is more then ethereum; it is the new ethereum. I believe UBIQ will hit the same value or 1/10 ratio within one year, then people will see which one works better, i believe Ethereum will then compete with UBIQ and not the other way around. Hold and wait. Buy the dip and u will become rich Shocked
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December 29, 2017, 04:15:33 PM
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So when is Ubiq getting on some more exchanges? Binance and a chinese and korean exchange would be awesome for ubiq Cheesy

Please watch for the next round of community voting on Binance and vote for UBQ.  Everyone is more than welcome to send in coin requests to exchanges as we all have.
Where is the voting link? Recently raised binance, this is a new trading platform it? If ubiq won the first vote, whether it can go online binance...

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December 29, 2017, 06:33:11 PM
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In that case you may not have to export the private key at all. Try this guide instead but substitute 'ETC' for 'UBQ', except in step 9 I believe you need to select the ETH address you sent the UBQ to.

https://ledger.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005200029-I-sent-ETC-on-an-ETH-address-how-can-I-recover-them-

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1. Connect you Ledger device, enter your PIN code, enter your Ethereum application and disable the browser support setting
2. On your Ledger Wallet Ethereum application, copy your ETC UBQ address // Please verify twice that it is the ETC UBQ address, not the ETH one.
3. On your Ledger device, enable the browser support setting
4. Go to MyEtherWallet website (not the Chrome extension plugin)
5. Select "ETC" "UBQ" in the top right menu
6. Select the "Send Ether" tab
7. Select the "Ledger Nano S" option and click on "Connect your Ledger Wallet"
8. Select the " m/44'/60'/0''" derivation path (Ledger ETH)
9. Select the address where your ETC UBQ are. If you don't find the right address, don't forget to click on "More addresses"
10. Click on "Unlock your wallet" to display the wallet manager
11. Paste your ETC UBQ address in the required field and empty your account

Unfortunatly  i tried this but etc and eth are on the same "aplication" on the device this is probably why you can do this. In the case of ubiq it's an other app that you have to open.

So it seems that the best solution was to import the eth private key on the ubq app. But if it's easy to get the private key (thanks for the answer) that's an other things to import it.
Well if you have a clue i m around. If not thanks a lot anyway for your time.
I have send a request to the autor of the support article that you give me. Now finger crossed
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December 29, 2017, 06:40:32 PM
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So I can mine UBQ by using my RX 560 2GB for some profit? It doesn't like ETH that basically requires about 3GB GPU RAM.

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December 29, 2017, 06:53:26 PM
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December 29, 2017, 08:13:32 PM
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In that case you may not have to export the private key at all. Try this guide instead but substitute 'ETC' for 'UBQ', except in step 9 I believe you need to select the ETH address you sent the UBQ to.

https://ledger.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005200029-I-sent-ETC-on-an-ETH-address-how-can-I-recover-them-

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1. Connect you Ledger device, enter your PIN code, enter your Ethereum application and disable the browser support setting
2. On your Ledger Wallet Ethereum application, copy your ETC UBQ address // Please verify twice that it is the ETC UBQ address, not the ETH one.
3. On your Ledger device, enable the browser support setting
4. Go to MyEtherWallet website (not the Chrome extension plugin)
5. Select "ETC" "UBQ" in the top right menu
6. Select the "Send Ether" tab
7. Select the "Ledger Nano S" option and click on "Connect your Ledger Wallet"
8. Select the " m/44'/60'/0''" derivation path (Ledger ETH)
9. Select the address where your ETC UBQ are. If you don't find the right address, don't forget to click on "More addresses"
10. Click on "Unlock your wallet" to display the wallet manager
11. Paste your ETC UBQ address in the required field and empty your account

DONE i finally get them! Sir you desserve a tip. Send me your jarr adress please!
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