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Author Topic: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Merge Mine w/BTC! - Update NOW to qt 0.11.0  (Read 1039499 times)
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July 07, 2014, 12:49:47 PM
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Unless I am misreading things, It appears that the Unobtanium blockchain is rather badly forked.

If you look at whatmine.com, it says the current block is 467021, I was mining on that blockchain last night and doing quite well, but when I tried to transfer out my shiney new coins, they went nowhere.

My local wallet and other unobtanium sites I have looked at show the most recent block as 454733, a far cry from 467021. My reloaded blockchain agrees with this 454733 number and is receiving a large number of orphan block notifications, which I assume are from those people running on the forked chain. Tho at this point, which chain is the proper one and which is the fork, and how can one chain be pruned off?

Hi. I sent a message to Whatmine.com. Thanks for letting us know.

Were you solo or pool mining?  If pool, which one?  I've reached out to as many pools as I can find; some are notoriously difficult to contact.

The exchanges and block explorers in the OP are on the correct chain.  Use the addnodes in the OP; they are all 0.9.5. 

Of course, please be sure you are running 0.9.5 yourself. KGW hit at block 450k and Uno was restored to 3 minute blocks. Some older clients have forked with the older block timing.










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July 07, 2014, 12:52:05 PM
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You guys are very shy! There is no reason for that ! I don't thing there is gonna by more dumps.this price is super.
             I jest clean that wall on cryptsy for ya Smiley So go buy and don't by so shy- this price is AWESOME!!!

Nice one! Congrats. That was a great price!

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July 07, 2014, 02:27:28 PM
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Sweet move prominerone!  Cool

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July 07, 2014, 02:58:16 PM
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Guys, there's a new feature on the Chainz Blockexplorer, called Largest Wallets. Quote: "It relies on various forms of taint analysis to aggregate multiple addresses in the same wallet". Still experimental but highly interesting if true:
http://chainz.cryptoid.info/uno/#!wallets

The numbers seem to match with the 40k+ dump "bug" some members caught on screen, so this confirms it: ~25% of all Uno is stored on Cryptsy. Good sign for Cryptsy as it seems to show confidence by its users they won't get hacked. But if that were to happen Uno and plenty other coins would probably be screwed...

I advise anyone to only store on exchanges what you want to trade in the immediate future. Store everything else on your own computer or even offline. You're doing nobody a favour by storing thousands of coins in an exchange wallet. Remember CoinEx!

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July 07, 2014, 04:43:37 PM
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"Remember the Alamo!"

Anyway, it's good to see price action finally picking up.
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July 07, 2014, 04:46:00 PM
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you guys who are holding several tons have to be responsible traders in the future. You have to know you need to supply the market a little when extreme spikes happen.
You also need to be responsible with exiting your position. Don't dump tons of uno. Do it over some time in smaller amounts. Don't put up one big wall - better make more smaller orders. Large bagholders need to be responsible traders to make sure Un will be a success. Just sayin' Wink Be professional traders and don't shock the market ever with extreme trades. If you are holding more than 0.5% of supply you need to be responsible and professional trader. Keep in mind you are holding multiple times more than the rest of the world. Don't spike it too crazy, don't crash it.  Good luck Uno-whales.
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July 07, 2014, 05:02:18 PM
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Guys, there's a new feature on the Chainz Blockexplorer, called Largest Wallets. Quote: "It relies on various forms of taint analysis to aggregate multiple addresses in the same wallet". Still experimental but highly interesting if true:
http://chainz.cryptoid.info/uno/#!wallets

The numbers seem to match with the 40k+ dump "bug" some members caught on screen, so this confirms it: ~25% of all Uno is stored on Cryptsy. Good sign for Cryptsy as it seems to show confidence by its users they won't get hacked. But if that were to happen Uno and plenty other coins would probably be screwed...

I advise anyone to only store on exchanges what you want to trade in the immediate future. Store everything else on your own computer or even offline. You're doing nobody a favour by storing thousands of coins in an exchange wallet. Remember CoinEx!

OMG this hurts my fuckin soul to read.  25% of UNO on an exchange?Huh??   oy....   

please guys, lets try to get some of those kgs out of the exchanges
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July 07, 2014, 05:18:11 PM
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You guys are very shy! There is no reason for that ! I don't thing there is gonna by more dumps.this price is super.
             I jest clean that wall on cryptsy for ya Smiley So go buy and don't by so shy- this price is AWESOME!!!

dude, you are a hero
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July 07, 2014, 05:43:14 PM
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Guys, there's a new feature on the Chainz Blockexplorer, called Largest Wallets. Quote: "It relies on various forms of taint analysis to aggregate multiple addresses in the same wallet". Still experimental but highly interesting if true:
http://chainz.cryptoid.info/uno/#!wallets

The numbers seem to match with the 40k+ dump "bug" some members caught on screen, so this confirms it: ~25% of all Uno is stored on Cryptsy. Good sign for Cryptsy as it seems to show confidence by its users they won't get hacked. But if that were to happen Uno and plenty other coins would probably be screwed...

I advise anyone to only store on exchanges what you want to trade in the immediate future. Store everything else on your own computer or even offline. You're doing nobody a favour by storing thousands of coins in an exchange wallet. Remember CoinEx!

OMG this hurts my fuckin soul to read.  25% of UNO on an exchange?Huh??   oy....   

please guys, lets try to get some of those kgs out of the exchanges

let's arb the shit out of cryptsy
we need bittrex, ccex and poloniex now!
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July 07, 2014, 10:09:20 PM
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I mined UNO on http://un.coinmine.pl and withdrawed it, but coins just disappeared.
WTF?
Tx id: 66d530852bba687bac5a1856a5e6ee078e0ae8c62d4b838894cbc9d999eb2132
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July 08, 2014, 07:07:42 AM
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There are multiple forks on the network... I disabled payouts for the moment...

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EDIT: My pool and my local client are on block no: 468688 - some pools are on 455218...

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July 08, 2014, 07:27:54 AM
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There are multiple forks on the network... I disabled payouts for the moment...

feeleep

EDIT: My pool and my local client are on block no: 468688 - some pools are on 455218...



If you arent down around block 455225, you are on the wrong fork. I ran into the same problem before I upgraded to 0.9.5 and reloaded my blockchain

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July 08, 2014, 07:29:32 AM
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There are multiple forks on the network... I disabled payouts for the moment...

feeleep

EDIT: My pool and my local client are on block no: 468688 - some pools are on 455218...



If you arent down around block 455225, you are on the wrong fork. I ran into the same problem before I upgraded to 0.9.5 and reloaded my blockchain


but cryptsy is on 'my (longer)' chain as well

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Thats an ugly problem then. Not sure how to sort out different exchanges being on different forks.

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July 08, 2014, 07:49:47 AM
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Thats an ugly problem then. Not sure how to sort out different exchanges being on different forks.


mintpal also on my chain...

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July 08, 2014, 11:12:12 AM
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Thats an ugly problem then. Not sure how to sort out different exchanges being on different forks.


mintpal also on my chain...

I opened tickets with MP and Cryptsy with critical requests to check their Uno blockchains.

I sent Uno to cryptsy but have not seen my coins get through yet... sometimes they take awhile to show though. So this one is still unknown.  [Edit: My Uno was successfully deposited to Cryptsy from the short blockchain.  ]

Also sent coins to MP from the short chain and they're showing in the expected "pending" status waiting confirms.

Make sure you are running 0.9.5 and on the short chain, http://cryptexplorer.com/chain/Unobtanium is correct.

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July 08, 2014, 11:19:00 AM
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At least from the regular client perpective everything looks great now. I haven't seen the wrong (longer) chain show up in my client for a while now (block 455301). Syncs up right away and works like a charm.

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July 08, 2014, 11:31:06 AM
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At least from the regular client perpective everything looks great now. I haven't seen the wrong (longer) chain show up in my client for a while now (block 455301). Syncs up right away and works like a charm.

My cryptsy funds just deposited from the short chain. Mintpal deposit is also showing.

Yes, that's also what I'm seeing.   I am connected "naked" to the network:  Not using any addnodes or maxconnections settings.
I have 14 connections, all of them 0.9.5, all showing startingheights that are close to the correct short chain.

I hope to hear back from MP and Cryptsy soon with confirmation they are ok, but it looks good from here right now.

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July 08, 2014, 12:14:13 PM
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https://www.miningpool.co currently on block 455331

I take it that is the correct chain?
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July 08, 2014, 12:27:33 PM
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Hi,

I moved my pool (https://www2.coinmine.pl/un/) to shorter chain and now its in sync with block explorer.

Unfortunately due to the fork all recent blocks are orphaned so I had to delete them completely from DB (otherwise new blocks will fail to be inserted) and also reduced user balance by half - otherwise pool would loose 500 UNOs. I also donated 80% of my private coins to the pool to fill in the gap.

Lets hope there will be no more forks here

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