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Author Topic: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Hardfork block 1042000 - Merge Mine w/BTC!  (Read 1024482 times)
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May 04, 2017, 08:05:44 PM
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I have a question, can you import private keys from electrum wallet to qt? i see that in both (electrum/qt), the private keys start with an "A", but on the paper wallet generator from the website, the private keys start with an "8".By the way, i'm getting a red circle (no connection) on electrum  Huh

I'm not getting a connection either. I'm sure you can export the keys or regain them through a set of Electrum code words (assuming you wrote them down). I'd rather figure out how to re-establish the connection though, since I use that wallet (along with others) and we should have it working smoothly for the community. I'm guessing it's just a matter of adding some nodes; an electrum node list has probably been posted somewhere in the last 20 pages of this thread, but if we're patient a kind person will probably show up with instructions for us  Tongue

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May 04, 2017, 08:10:06 PM
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Yea FK, as I said in the Telegram app yesterday or the day before, that dip from 0.009 to 0.007 was clearly an opportunity to BTFD!

Congrats to all UNO believers and HODLers.

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May 04, 2017, 09:11:00 PM
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I have a question, can you import private keys from electrum wallet to qt? i see that in both (electrum/qt), the private keys start with an "A", but on the paper wallet generator from the website, the private keys start with an "8".By the way, i'm getting a red circle (no connection) on electrum  Huh

I'm not getting a connection either. I'm sure you can export the keys or regain them through a set of Electrum code words (assuming you wrote them down). I'd rather figure out how to re-establish the connection though, since I use that wallet (along with others) and we should have it working smoothly for the community. I'm guessing it's just a matter of adding some nodes; an electrum node list has probably been posted somewhere in the last 20 pages of this thread, but if we're patient a kind person will probably show up with instructions for us  Tongue

There is a difference between a regular ("8.....") or compressed ("a.....") private key WIF... But both qt and electrum should be able to work with either form.

If you don't have a connection you might try restarting electrum. The electrum servers are currently up but mine have been experiencing intermittent service provider outages...

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May 04, 2017, 09:25:06 PM
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Congrats everyone, and sorry I've been away. Recently made a move across country. Will be back posting more conversation fairly soon when I'm caught back up. Traveling for work quite a bit. Hope all the OGs are doing well. Smiley
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May 04, 2017, 09:44:22 PM
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Yea FK, as I said in the Telegram app yesterday or the day before, that dip from 0.009 to 0.007 was clearly an opportunity to BTFD!

Congrats to all UNO believers and HODLers.

A BTFD moment for sure! Nice to see the the market way up today.
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May 05, 2017, 01:04:00 PM
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BW said that UNO is profitable to mine on its own at $15. 

It will be interested to watch the hash rate as UNO value climbs higher.

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May 05, 2017, 02:02:14 PM
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is there a bootstrap windows version for the uno wallet?
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May 05, 2017, 02:35:46 PM
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I have a question, can you import private keys from electrum wallet to qt? i see that in both (electrum/qt), the private keys start with an "A", but on the paper wallet generator from the website, the private keys start with an "8".By the way, i'm getting a red circle (no connection) on electrum  Huh

I'm not getting a connection either. I'm sure you can export the keys or regain them through a set of Electrum code words (assuming you wrote them down). I'd rather figure out how to re-establish the connection though, since I use that wallet (along with others) and we should have it working smoothly for the community. I'm guessing it's just a matter of adding some nodes; an electrum node list has probably been posted somewhere in the last 20 pages of this thread, but if we're patient a kind person will probably show up with instructions for us  Tongue

There is a difference between a regular ("8.....") or compressed ("a.....") private key WIF... But both qt and electrum should be able to work with either form.

If you don't have a connection you might try restarting electrum. The electrum servers are currently up but mine have been experiencing intermittent service provider outages...

Thanks, i'll wait a few days and look for some Electrum Nodes  Tongue
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May 05, 2017, 03:41:52 PM
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I have a question, can you import private keys from electrum wallet to qt? i see that in both (electrum/qt), the private keys start with an "A", but on the paper wallet generator from the website, the private keys start with an "8".By the way, i'm getting a red circle (no connection) on electrum  Huh

I'm not getting a connection either. I'm sure you can export the keys or regain them through a set of Electrum code words (assuming you wrote them down). I'd rather figure out how to re-establish the connection though, since I use that wallet (along with others) and we should have it working smoothly for the community. I'm guessing it's just a matter of adding some nodes; an electrum node list has probably been posted somewhere in the last 20 pages of this thread, but if we're patient a kind person will probably show up with instructions for us  Tongue

There is a difference between a regular ("8.....") or compressed ("a.....") private key WIF... But both qt and electrum should be able to work with either form.

If you don't have a connection you might try restarting electrum. The electrum servers are currently up but mine have been experiencing intermittent service provider outages...

Thanks, i'll wait a few days and look for some Electrum Nodes  Tongue

Try   electrum1.unobtanium.uno

That node is run by Learminer

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May 05, 2017, 03:44:33 PM
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is there a bootstrap windows version for the uno wallet?

Yes, indeed.

Cryptochainer maintains a bootstrap    http://cryptochainer.com/dir/?page_id=365

The direct link is

http://108.61.216.160/cryptochainer.chains/chains/Unobtanium_blockchain.zip

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May 06, 2017, 01:08:09 PM
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Bryce asked me to share this from the Telegram chat group.

Lots of good UNO chatter on Telegram. Join the group from here:  https://t.me/unobtanium_uno
Below are BW's words:

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Yesterday I announced my new Infiniti Protocol for the management of intellectual property.

This is like... Stampery on crack

It's built to use public blockchains to store actual data, not just anchor hash values.

UNO and Bitcoin cannot store that much data efficiently... but they CAN store hash values and further secure the data on OTHER chains.

What I'm building is a super-asset system that is blockchain independent and can be used to make data immutable, even if a single blockchain is not.

So for instance, a UNO transaction can store a hash value that represents data on Ethereum.

So while UNO doesn't natively work with this system (and neither does Bitcoin), I'm going to integrate it as an "anchor chain" providing greater reliability to the data stored on other blockchains.

Technically speaking, this means OP_RETURN transactions with burn amounts.

So anchoring your data will have an added cost, but will also add greater reliability and redundancy.

This is why I've been dragging my feet a bit. I haven't announced UNO support, but it's going to be in the next set of pushes to the repo and the documentation.

I haven't really gone into that feature in public just yet.

Ooooooo

I just had a moment of inspiration Smiley

I think it would be possible to add transaction versioning to UNO, and then create a new transaction version which included the requisites for a data payload.

Right now it uses XTO. Next is SYS. Then comes FLO. Then comes BTC/UNO. Then comes ETH.

I'm going to make ETH integration ERC20 compatible.

On the flip side instead of that transaction versioning, we could proceed with the PeerAssets integration and then it would work for any chain running PeerAssets.

I think that's a much better idea.

MoUnobtanium asks:  I'm a non-technical, does this cause a fork?

BW:  "Nope. It's a metaprotocol. That's what makes it so powerful.
It rides on top of blockchains without disturbing them.
Math likes to be simple.
The simplest answer is usually the most elegant.
the smart contrct-iness comes in that my protocol uses an identity system to create keys for any blockchain you need.
So if you own ERC20 tokens on Ethereum you can "prove" it to PeerAssets running on UNO.

You can't double spend because you just have to check both chains.



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May 07, 2017, 04:04:42 PM
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Nice to see UNO start to bust back into the .01s. Next stop: price discovery mode.
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May 09, 2017, 12:09:33 AM
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I am wondering when/if this miracle worker will ever step forward and talk about what is motivating them to make these moves. 30k uno, 15% of the supply! I feel so inadequate. Uno envy?  Grin

We can't grow when we won't criticize ourselves!
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May 09, 2017, 12:15:38 PM
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Trade the UNO markets at Cryptopia.

UNO is a basecoin for 300+ cryptocurrencies.  There are good deals to be had.

UNO is the lowest inflation basecoin ever.  Trade UNO with your favorite altcoin, and help build a good future for both.




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May 11, 2017, 11:50:56 AM
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I am wondering when/if this miracle worker will ever step forward and talk about what is motivating them to make these moves. 30k uno, 15% of the supply! I feel so inadequate. Uno envy?  Grin


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May 11, 2017, 09:54:31 PM
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Join the active UNO chat group on Telegram app.

https://t.me/joinchat/AAAAAEIAq9IOEd4Z5BlyYA 

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May 12, 2017, 04:23:17 AM
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Someone bought up the 'trex book to .0091. It wound down back to the 7s, but there's not much sell weight holding it down at this point.



Let's goooooooo!
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May 12, 2017, 11:56:37 PM
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Unobtanium 38 month graph:



Tweet link for retweeting: https://twitter.com/Cryptopoker_/status/863180757317144576

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May 13, 2017, 12:05:13 AM
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I recently said in the $UNO Telegram chat why it was still bullish despite breaking the $BTC trendline, but we haven't even broken the USD trendline.



Tweet link: https://twitter.com/Cryptopoker_/status/863180757317144576

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May 13, 2017, 11:36:32 AM
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When I go to run ./unobtaniumd for the first time it says I need to reindex for the auxpow. I type yes and then it just repeats a y down the screen. Is this correct? How long does it take?
not exact figure have been told yet in this regard i am also in waiting list for this.
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