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August 18, 2014, 08:19:42 PM
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Got this email from cryptsy yesterday:

Thank you for contacting Cryptsy. I am happy to assist.

My apologies for the delay. I have forwarded your UNO withdrawal issues
to our tier two team. They will have a look to see what is holding up the
withdrawal. Please allow some time for them to find a fix on this wallet.

Thank you for your patience and have a great weekend!


Sincerely,

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August 18, 2014, 08:45:42 PM
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Got this email from cryptsy yesterday:

Thank you for contacting Cryptsy. I am happy to assist.

My apologies for the delay. I have forwarded your UNO withdrawal issues
to our tier two team. They will have a look to see what is holding up the
withdrawal. Please allow some time for them to find a fix on this wallet.

Thank you for your patience and have a great weekend!


Sincerely,

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I think we all have gotten the same email. It means they went to coinbroker.io and mintpal and bittrex to buy as much uno as they could...

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August 18, 2014, 08:51:47 PM
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Pleased with coinbroker.io, just scooped up 25 UNO around .004 or under. Clicked withdraw and my wallet immediately showed a deposit. Maybe Cryptsy tech support should contact them  Tongue

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August 18, 2014, 08:54:48 PM
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Cheap Bitcoin!  What an opportunity for $$>Btc>Uno



Timing is important. Today your dollars and rubles and euros buy more Uno.

My crypto stays in crypto and I have no plans to jump back to the USD ever. I can sleep better with that mindset, because I don't sweat when those bitcoin crash stories are everywhere.  I actually prefer it when Btc is falling; when Btc is rocketing I get less Uno for my dollars.  


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August 18, 2014, 09:03:34 PM
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Don't worry, buuuuuuuuy UNO! New version of an annoying 80s song in US

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August 18, 2014, 09:16:23 PM
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Just woke up. Two thoughts:

Woo hoo! People will treat me less like an idiot for advocating in-house trading.
Woo hoo! Pensioner Guy got more time to buy Uno.

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August 18, 2014, 09:41:51 PM
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 Grin

Here's my impression of Macs:

User:  "Record file"

Mac: "File created"

User:  "Move file"

Mac:  "File moved"

User:  "Open file"

Mac:  "Your file could not be located"

User:  "Recover file"

Mac:  ""

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August 18, 2014, 10:07:42 PM
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Hey, it's only through grappling with Crypto Currency Apps, Package contents, ~/Library/Application Support, that I ever realised there was anything behind the desktop!

I used to know where most stuff was on my PC but judging by my works computer even Microsoft's file structure is becoming a challenge.


Managed to employ dumpprivkey <Public_Key> and importprivkey <Private_Key> into a new Wallet and loading up new block chain, so learning.

iMac still won't have the 0.9.5 tho. Cry
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August 18, 2014, 10:14:33 PM
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Hey, it's only through grappling with Crypto Currency Apps, Package contents, ~/Library/Application Support, that I ever realised there was anything behind the desktop!

I used to know where most stuff was on my PC but judging by my works computer even Microsoft's file structure is becoming a challenge.


Managed to employ dumpprivkey <Public_Key> and importprivkey <Private_Key> into a new Wallet and loading up new block chain, so learning.

iMac still won't have the 0.9.5 tho. Cry

Hi Badaboom,

A quick word of caution, I believe the 0.9.2 version you are using is on the old forked chain and I would highly advise that stop using it. If you cannot get 0.9.5 working on your mac, we should contact the developer of the mac port to determine what the issue is. Does anyone know who developed the mac port? Someone correct me if 0.9.2 works...

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August 18, 2014, 10:20:16 PM
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I've seen the 0.9.5 Wallet listed elsewhere as Built by jyap, for OS X 10.7+:

How would I contact him?
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August 18, 2014, 11:43:41 PM
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Didn't know whether anyone knew how fast the coinbroker.io withdrawals are. Kinda reminds me of the Jimmy John sub commercial. So fast, you'll freak! Wink

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August 19, 2014, 01:21:51 AM
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Didn't know whether anyone knew how fast the coinbroker.io withdrawals are. Kinda reminds me of the Jimmy John sub commercial. So fast, you'll freak! Wink

fast deposit and withdrawals are actualy what should be standard in crypto - i mean: if i wanted to wait for a transaction 3days+ i'd use wiretransfer  Roll Eyes


waiting for cryptsy now day 7 i think. I stopped counting.

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August 19, 2014, 02:19:05 AM
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Hi everybody,

Just wanted to put (another?) call out for someone who would want to be a webmaster for our Blue Crypto Award.

It would be a simple list of our nominees with summary and UNO voting addresses that I would provide.  We hope to get the list to update - sorting with most-voted-for up top.  Not sure how a coder would work with the blockchain to do that, though.  The website doesn't actually mess with hot funds at all.

We will put out calls for nominees, and I would personally write fair summaries for each and assign the voting addresses, so the webmaster would just get data from me, almost on a daily basis for updating.  This should be a simple process for the webmaster, then.

Add typical UNO crypto info, like how to obtain UNO (exchange or wallet download) for voting, etc., and some UNO promotional graphics, and that's it!!!

Easy!

Anyone interested in this opportunity to run our website?  Do you know anyone who could reliably get the job done?

Would appreciate any help, thanks.  (Not looking for funding ATM, looking for someone who really wants to participate in the project.)

Thank you!

(P.S.  'Sent a nice PM asking learminer.)
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August 19, 2014, 03:06:46 AM
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That is roughly the type of thing i think took place, only logical conclusion in my mind ;P Don't care really, because i got it now. Certainly telling people to avoid cryptsy though. Not that it will take much convincing.


I don't know if this is true or not, but the reality is that cryptsy is behaving like an insolvent exchange.  I've personally experienced ridiculous withdrawal issues on no less than three coins.  The fact that they expended so much effort to include USD infusions in the midst of these troubles, while having total shit customer service and no explanation about the issues reinforces my opinion.

If they ARE solvent, their customer service is shit and their wallets are poorly managed.  I still wouldn't give them a dime of my money.  Take your coins off and don't put them back.  I'd trust Mintpal and Moolah over them - and don't get me started there.

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August 19, 2014, 06:33:00 AM
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We can undertake a unique INTERLOCKING set of practices that will firewall UNO's value from this -- how did we get here?? -- centralisation.

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August 19, 2014, 11:40:21 AM
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Hi everybody,

Just wanted to put (another?) call out for someone who would want to be a webmaster for our Blue Crypto Award.

It would be a simple list of our nominees with summary and UNO voting addresses that I would provide.  We hope to get the list to update - sorting with most-voted-for up top.  Not sure how a coder would work with the blockchain to do that, though.  The website doesn't actually mess with hot funds at all.

We will put out calls for nominees, and I would personally write fair summaries for each and assign the voting addresses, so the webmaster would just get data from me, almost on a daily basis for updating.  This should be a simple process for the webmaster, then.

Add typical UNO crypto info, like how to obtain UNO (exchange or wallet download) for voting, etc., and some UNO promotional graphics, and that's it!!!

Easy!

Anyone interested in this opportunity to run our website?  Do you know anyone who could reliably get the job done?

Would appreciate any help, thanks.  (Not looking for funding ATM, looking for someone who really wants to participate in the project.)

Thank you!

(P.S.  'Sent a nice PM asking learminer.)
Check PMs Wink

Unfortunatelly I'll be gone for a few weeks, so I cannot help within that timeframe. After that I'm all ears though. Good luck with the awards, its an excellent idea!

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August 19, 2014, 12:52:41 PM
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Hi everybody,

Just wanted to put (another?) call out for someone who would want to be a webmaster for our Blue Crypto Award.

It would be a simple list of our nominees with summary and UNO voting addresses that I would provide.  We hope to get the list to update - sorting with most-voted-for up top.  Not sure how a coder would work with the blockchain to do that, though.  The website doesn't actually mess with hot funds at all.

We will put out calls for nominees, and I would personally write fair summaries for each and assign the voting addresses, so the webmaster would just get data from me, almost on a daily basis for updating.  This should be a simple process for the webmaster, then.

Add typical UNO crypto info, like how to obtain UNO (exchange or wallet download) for voting, etc., and some UNO promotional graphics, and that's it!!!

Easy!

Anyone interested in this opportunity to run our website?  Do you know anyone who could reliably get the job done?

Would appreciate any help, thanks.  (Not looking for funding ATM, looking for someone who really wants to participate in the project.)

Thank you!

(P.S.  'Sent a nice PM asking learminer.)
Check PMs Wink

Unfortunatelly I'll be gone for a few weeks, so I cannot help within that timeframe. After that I'm all ears though. Good luck with the awards, its an excellent idea!


If someone else with some web dev talent can step up to do the hard stuff, I can provide hosting. A wordpress installation can be setup. Or a subdomain from unobtanium.uno can be configured to point anywhere you'd like.

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August 19, 2014, 01:36:47 PM
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I've seen the 0.9.5 Wallet listed elsewhere as Built by jyap, for OS X 10.7+:

How would I contact him?

You can PM jyap from here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=332203

If you're not running OSX 10.7+ I'm not sure if they will help... You may want to store your UNO in a paper wallet until a solution is found, if you're itching to get them off an exchange and into your hands....

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August 19, 2014, 03:07:56 PM
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don't be surprised when after a rally cryptsy shuts down deposits/withdrawals and naked shortsells your own coins to you.

Having too much trade/coins there is certainly not healthy for a coin. Please avoid having more than a healthy 20% of uno-trade-volume there to protect the value. Thanks.

My coins are still in limbo since a week. Support continues to feed me BS.

Cryptsy is good for buying cheap coin but not a place where a smart trader wants to sell.
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August 19, 2014, 03:52:13 PM
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Cryptsy isn't a place for coins at all. I am expecting that in the future they will come out and say they were a victim of a hack but made things right. Some crap like that. I think it will be something that plagues cryptoworld for a while. Exchanges and their issues. It is the reason banks are as secure as they are today. You centralize and advertise that tons of money are traded in x location, only a matter of time.

It just isn't worth the risk imo. With so many choices out there on where to exchange my coins, why even bother with one that is giving me issues? I can take my business else where. I will give it a second chance if they do come out and admit something took place but they fixed the issue, but short of that, wtf else could it be? I guess computer issues, waiting on parts to rebuild something or what have you. There is ALWAYS some other explanation, but none has been given so far.


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