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Author Topic: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Hardfork block 1042000 - Merge Mine w/BTC!  (Read 1007332 times)
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August 20, 2014, 04:14:41 PM
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Yes I got another cryptsy withdrawl today

They finally got my withdrawal unstuck and then I just did one again now and it began confirming within a few minutes. Hopefully they got it fixed.

Lord knows, maybe Cryptsy's wallet was so full of UNO, none of it would come out! I'll take some if they believe they have too much!  Tongue

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August 20, 2014, 06:21:49 PM
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everybody is bitching about the bitcoin-foundation and closed-door-policy (lack of transparency). Could it be a sellingpoint for uno to explicitly not have such a centralized 'foundation'?




i didn't hear back from https://www.melotic.com so far. Maybe some of you want to remind them again that they want to have Uno on their exchange? Wink

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August 20, 2014, 06:47:09 PM
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everybody is bitching about the bitcoin-foundation and closed-door-policy (lack of transparency). Could it be a sellingpoint for uno to explicitly not have such a centralized 'foundation'?

Absolutely, just look at this awesome community. If someone has a comment, they just drop in and say their piece. We don't need no stinking foundation!
As for transparency, I'm so sick of that word. Anyone that uses it is certainly opaque!

i didn't hear back from https://www.melotic.com so far. Maybe some of you want to remind them again that they want to have Uno on their exchange? Wink

Also, I remember reading on here that many folks were worried that our volumes were very low at several of the exchanges we were already on.  Will adding another exchange cause the volume to further decline?  Would we be better off pooling our nagging efforts at getting listed on BTC-e or one of the other big boys?


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August 20, 2014, 07:31:37 PM
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My second uno withdrawal from cryptsy came through, woowoo! I have no reason to trust cryptsy, i have no reason to not trust them. Well, the lack of trust is weighted a bit more after having to wait a combined two weeks for two withdrawals, but they did eventually come through.

It looks like the number two wallet is an exchange. That number one wallet though, hmmmm, i just don't have any logical reason as to why it would be an exchange. Why would an exchange have 30% of the coins?

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August 20, 2014, 07:33:57 PM
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My second uno withdrawal from cryptsy came through, woowoo! I have no reason to trust cryptsy, i have no reason to not trust them. Well, the lack of trust is weighted a bit more after having to wait a combined two weeks for two withdrawals, but they did eventually come through.

It looks like the number two wallet is an exchange. That number one wallet though, hmmmm, i just don't have any logical reason as to why it would be an exchange. Why would an exchange have 30% of the coins?

I'm no computer science wiz kid, but I believe that I was able to trace my Cryptsy UNO withdrawals through a series of wallets back to the big one using the blockchain...

Has anyone else tried that?

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August 20, 2014, 07:52:41 PM
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My second uno withdrawal from cryptsy came through, woowoo! I have no reason to trust cryptsy, i have no reason to not trust them. Well, the lack of trust is weighted a bit more after having to wait a combined two weeks for two withdrawals, but they did eventually come through.

It looks like the number two wallet is an exchange. That number one wallet though, hmmmm, i just don't have any logical reason as to why it would be an exchange. Why would an exchange have 30% of the coins?

Based on what I've just witnessed, I'm going to side with the people who think that uRAN is Cryptsy cold storage.

Yesterday's #2 wallet seems to have been distributed to the people who are reporting their Cryptsy withdrawal orders being fulfilled.
We know that the #2 wallet from yesterday came directly from the present #1 wallet (uRAN).

The present #2 wallet is old udYSEGNw, which hasn't moved in 126 days.

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August 20, 2014, 08:00:55 PM
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My trace, again, not that I know what I'm doing, went back ultimately back to the big wallet. In the penultimate transaction, the big wallet had funded a smaller wallet that had transmitted several small amounts to various wallets...

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August 20, 2014, 08:59:06 PM
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That is just unnerving then, that one exchange has control of 30% of the total supply. I guess it is possible, but it does defy any sort of logic. Why in the world would so many people use an exchange as storage? I guess THAT is the question i am struggling the most with.

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August 20, 2014, 10:27:38 PM
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Yeah, crazy, right? Either there are several metric tons of UNO stored there by us UNOers or Cryptsy is trying to corner the market? Wonlong abandoned his stash at Cryptsy? Sad

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August 20, 2014, 10:55:43 PM
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Yeah, crazy, right? Either there are several metric tons of UNO stored there by us UNOers or Cryptsy is trying to corner the market? Wonlong abandoned his stash at Cryptsy? Sad
My hope is for a thousand people each holding an average of 50 Uno. Smiley
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August 20, 2014, 11:31:34 PM
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Hey guys/gals- just want to say a couple things everybody already knows but just want to remind you
This community ROCKS. Go on other coins bitcointalk threads and you will quickly just want to come back home to UNO.
This community has some individuals whose ideas are helping set UNO apart from 99% of the other coins.
Unlike DOGE, whose community was built when the coins value was very high, UNO's community came together during a four month dump and at incredibly undervalued prices. I think this has brought a different dynamic emulating throughout the community that no other coin has.

one thing worries me and thats the number of coins at cryptsy. UNO's fate is tied to cryptsy right now and thats not good.

The 1st annual blue crypto award sounds so awesome. What a great idea.

One more thing--Wanted to ask you guys about storage onto a usb stick. Do you just save the wallet.dat file on the usb?
Never done this before and thought I'd see what you guys have to say before messing with it. Too many beautiful UNO's

 
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August 20, 2014, 11:35:21 PM
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Wanted to ask you guys about storage onto a usb stick. Do you just save the wallet.dat file on the usb?
Never done this before and thought I'd see what you guys have to say before messing with it. Too many beautiful UNO's


My local wallets for all coins are encrypted and stored in 3 places: usb stick, local drive, and a cloud drive.

Your observations are interesting. I hadn't really considered the timing for when this community came together. Maybe that's the difference in tone.
I think we also have more experienced group here who have ego's that are not so easily threatened that they feel they have to win every argument.

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August 20, 2014, 11:51:26 PM
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@ V500: 'micro centralisation' -- and here are two (theoretical) thoughts:

One: it's not the SIZE of a bureaucracy. It's mechanisms and a culture that keeps it. -- ya know those toddler harnesses that moms use in supermarkets?! JUST LIKE THAT!

Two: develop mechanisms to benefit those who contribute more, and disbenefit the anti-social elements. The in-house exchange -- 'U-nex' -- is a baby step. All tribes since the dawn of time have had these mechanisms as a matter of course -- but pseudonymity in a tribe is historically unique, and requires addressing carefully. There is a bazillionty dollars to be shared by the first coin-community that cracks this nut.

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August 21, 2014, 12:09:06 AM
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Wanted to ask you guys about storage onto a usb stick. Do you just save the wallet.dat file on the usb?
Never done this before and thought I'd see what you guys have to say before messing with it. Too many beautiful UNO's


My local wallets for all coins are encrypted and stored in 3 places: usb stick, local drive, and a cloud drive.

Your observations are interesting. I hadn't really considered the timing for when this community came together. Maybe that's the difference in tone.
I think we also have more experienced group here who have ego's that are not so easily threatened that they feel they have to win every argument.

FK, what cloud service do you trust your UNO to?

Also, I agree, in a fledgling project, egos have no place.  The egos must be secondary to UNO and we should all work together to expand it.

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August 21, 2014, 01:21:58 AM
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Coindesk: Australian Tax on Bitcoin text released. Australian Gov passive-aggressive. Really yokel. Will drive the libertatarian current of cryptos.

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August 21, 2014, 02:32:03 AM
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Wanted to ask you guys about storage onto a usb stick. Do you just save the wallet.dat file on the usb?
Never done this before and thought I'd see what you guys have to say before messing with it. Too many beautiful UNO's


My local wallets for all coins are encrypted and stored in 3 places: usb stick, local drive, and a cloud drive.

Your observations are interesting. I hadn't really considered the timing for when this community came together. Maybe that's the difference in tone.
I think we also have more experienced group here who have ego's that are not so easily threatened that they feel they have to win every argument.

FK, what cloud service do you trust your UNO to?


I like MegaSync from mega.co.uk

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August 21, 2014, 01:18:00 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....


Well I contacted jyap and he(?) confirmed I should be using the 0.9.5 client and to consult the good folk on the forum.... So I'm no further forward with my Mac client as 0.9.5 as it does not fire up and fails to create an Unobtanium folder in Application Support.


With respect to my lost 20 UNO. I have looked at the two similar transactions and the first shows a character string under the title "Redeemed at Input" that leads to a subsequent transaction from my wallet. I guess that's the one I actually recieved.

The second shows "Not yet redeemed" under the title "Redeemed at Input". Given that's from 28th July, can anyone suggest how to redeem it? (I have the Transaction code, Public key & Private key).



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August 21, 2014, 03:42:31 PM
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Wanted to ask you guys about storage onto a usb stick. Do you just save the wallet.dat file on the usb?
Never done this before and thought I'd see what you guys have to say before messing with it. Too many beautiful UNO's


My local wallets for all coins are encrypted and stored in 3 places: usb stick, local drive, and a cloud drive.

Your observations are interesting. I hadn't really considered the timing for when this community came together. Maybe that's the difference in tone.
I think we also have more experienced group here who have ego's that are not so easily threatened that they feel they have to win every argument.

is the wallet.dat file the only one you need on the usb?
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August 21, 2014, 04:39:26 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....


Well I contacted jyap and he(?) confirmed I should be using the 0.9.5 client and to consult the good folk on the forum.... So I'm no further forward with my Mac client as 0.9.5 as it does not fire up and fails to create an Unobtanium folder in Application Support.


With respect to my lost 20 UNO. I have looked at the two similar transactions and the first shows a character string under the title "Redeemed at Input" that leads to a subsequent transaction from my wallet. I guess that's the one I actually recieved.

The second shows "Not yet redeemed" under the title "Redeemed at Input". Given that's from 28th July, can anyone suggest how to redeem it? (I have the Transaction code, Public key & Private key).






"Not yet redeemed" just means that it has not been spent yet. You never actually "receive" coins, just the right to sign them as an output in a future transaction. Check a block explorer (one from the OP) for the address you own. As long as the coins show that they are there and you have the private key, you are in good shape until a fixed client comes along... Which unfortunately I cannot help you with...

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August 21, 2014, 04:42:23 PM
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Wanted to ask you guys about storage onto a usb stick. Do you just save the wallet.dat file on the usb?
Never done this before and thought I'd see what you guys have to say before messing with it. Too many beautiful UNO's


My local wallets for all coins are encrypted and stored in 3 places: usb stick, local drive, and a cloud drive.

Your observations are interesting. I hadn't really considered the timing for when this community came together. Maybe that's the difference in tone.
I think we also have more experienced group here who have ego's that are not so easily threatened that they feel they have to win every argument.

is the wallet.dat file the only one you need on the usb?

Yes, the wallet.dat is all you need. Specifically, the private keys stored within. In fact if you sent them to a single address, the private key for that address is all you need.

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