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March 26, 2014, 09:11:35 AM
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http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/v2/pair/uno/btc/cryptsy/10-days

It's rare.  It's fair.  It's Unobtanium.
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March 26, 2014, 04:55:15 PM
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I have created a paper wallet generator:

http://cryptap.us/uno/paperwallet.html

unencrypted:


bip38 encrypted:


Sadly, I have no UNO to test with, please advise if it gives you any trouble.

I believe that qualifies for the bounty, please submit to:
uaZuxyC7ux2a7x17WgJRVEo8evWp78hQjm

Feedback is welcome.

website | PGP fingerprint: 692C 0756 E57D 2FA1 7601 3729 010B 717F 231C E7AA | BTC Address: 1CrYPTB1o7QWc8hXqBMP2LtAJh1VMtTFBh
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March 26, 2014, 11:38:54 PM
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awesome!!

I would be happy to test it, but I need someone to explain to me how to connect the private key to software or otherwise "spend" the UNO
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March 26, 2014, 11:57:41 PM
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awesome!!

I would be happy to test it, but I need someone to explain to me how to connect the private key to software or otherwise "spend" the UNO

Create a paper wallet, send a small amount of UNO to the "Unobtanium Address". Then to retrieve it, in a debug console type "importprivkey <private key>" where <private key> is the "Private Key" on the paper wallet. That will make that address one of your receive addresses.

If it works, I am gladly accepting donations:
uaZuxyC7ux2a7x17WgJRVEo8evWp78hQjm

website | PGP fingerprint: 692C 0756 E57D 2FA1 7601 3729 010B 717F 231C E7AA | BTC Address: 1CrYPTB1o7QWc8hXqBMP2LtAJh1VMtTFBh
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March 27, 2014, 12:00:32 AM
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awesome!!

I would be happy to test it, but I need someone to explain to me how to connect the private key to software or otherwise "spend" the UNO

Create a paper wallet, send a small amount of UNO to the "Unobtanium Address". Then to retrieve it, in a debug console type "importprivkey <private key>" where <private key> is the "Private Key" on the paper wallet. That will make that address one of your receive addresses.

If it works, I am gladly accepting donations:
uaZuxyC7ux2a7x17WgJRVEo8evWp78hQjm

I should have also added that if you have security concerns, save a copy of the webpage to your local drive or off-line host and create the wallet there. It can be run off-line.

website | PGP fingerprint: 692C 0756 E57D 2FA1 7601 3729 010B 717F 231C E7AA | BTC Address: 1CrYPTB1o7QWc8hXqBMP2LtAJh1VMtTFBh
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March 27, 2014, 01:25:47 AM
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okay, about to try it.  sorry if this is a stupid question, but:  when I type that command into debug console, it won't do anything weird that might compromise the money I already have attributed to that client, right?  You're saying it just creates a new receive address from the private key?

again, apologies for my ignorance; never used a paper wallet before.
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March 27, 2014, 01:34:45 AM
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okay, about to try it.  sorry if this is a stupid question, but:  when I type that command into debug console, it won't do anything weird that might compromise the money I already have attributed to that client, right?  You're saying it just creates a new receive address from the private key?

again, apologies for my ignorance; never used a paper wallet before.

Correct, it is safe. But don't take my word for it, Google bitcoin importprivkey to verify.

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March 27, 2014, 02:19:05 AM
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I have created a paper wallet generator:

http://cryptap.us/uno/paperwallet.html

I believe that qualifies for the bounty, please submit to:
uaZuxyC7ux2a7x17WgJRVEo8evWp78hQjm

Feedback is welcome.

Nice Job, Cryptapus!  I like the way it's headed! 

Just need to finish it off now, find&replace Bitcoin w/Unobtanium across all languages, replace the bitaddress.org with something like "Unobtanium Paper Wallet"...  Thanks again.

The 10 UNO bounty has been sent to your address.

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March 27, 2014, 04:24:56 AM
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Finally made an account just to post this.

Crypt.  Thanks for the paper wallet.  Sending you 3 UNO now as a thank you.  Will send you 2-5 more (based on my estimation of your level of effort) if you can change the CSS scheme to better match the UNO purple color scheme and modify/remove the non-UNO branding (such as the bitaddress.org header, constant use of bitcoin instead of UNO, link to your own github, etc etc).

If you can match the effort/love put into http://dogecoinpaperwallet.net/ , modify the code to use the paper wallet format posted at https://twitter.com/unobtanium_uno/status/445210171938066433/photo/1 (I think falling knife can get you this), and otherwise fully distinguish it from bitaddress.org.  I will give you 10 more UNO.

Community.  Lets get a domain set up for this, or maybe even host it off the main uno.io address if we can reach the owner/developer.  Need to get the word out. 

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March 27, 2014, 09:25:11 AM
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"There are a lot of bullshit crypto currencies now. Some of them are created and discarded within weeks. Some seem like a good idea, but get crushed under the weight of their own stupidity. Others are "hot" for a short time, but fizzle out after getting pumped and dumped too many times. Passed around like a metal groupie. But at the other end of the spectrum offering contrast are outstanding coins. Coins with a smarter premise and better features than Bitcoin, Litecoin, or any of the other popular ones. And not surprisingly, those well designed coins almost always ultimately end up doing exceedingly well. And those of us that love this "hobby" love it when a really great coin does well. It's like hometown boy doing good. Someone you want to like that has always been great succeeds because they were supposed to. Unobtanium (UNO) is the posterchild for this."

http://blog.sawilson.org/2014/02/the-unobtanium-story-or-why-crypto.html

It's rare.  It's fair.  It's Unobtanium.
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March 27, 2014, 04:05:18 PM
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I have created a paper wallet generator:

http://cryptap.us/uno/paperwallet.html

I believe that qualifies for the bounty, please submit to:
uaZuxyC7ux2a7x17WgJRVEo8evWp78hQjm

Feedback is welcome.

Nice Job, Cryptapus!  I like the way it's headed!  

Just need to finish it off now, find&replace Bitcoin w/Unobtanium across all languages, replace the bitaddress.org with something like "Unobtanium Paper Wallet"...  Thanks again.

The 10 UNO bounty has been sent to your address.

Thank you all for your kind donations. I have fixed some of the low hanging fruit and will revisit other more difficult problems as time permits. By the way, if someone would like to take a stab at better graphics (as I'm sure some are better graphic designers than I), there are 3 pngs. The banner at the top of the page, the unencrypted paper wallet and the bip38 encrypted wallet. If you create a png that has the same size but retains the QR code placement, public address string placement, private key string placement and their color and sizes I can update the site.

To be clear, I have no interest in removing the pointbiz BTC donate address. Credit is due there.

website | PGP fingerprint: 692C 0756 E57D 2FA1 7601 3729 010B 717F 231C E7AA | BTC Address: 1CrYPTB1o7QWc8hXqBMP2LtAJh1VMtTFBh
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March 27, 2014, 05:07:31 PM
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I have created a provably fair dice game:

http://cryptap.us/uno/dice

Note that the bets are quite limited at the moment due to my limited reserves. If you feel like donating to raise the limits you can find my UNO address at the bottom of the page.

If it eats you coins, PM me and if we can verify in the block chain I will refund.

Feedback is welcome.

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March 27, 2014, 06:59:57 PM
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Thank you FallingKnife for making this thread.

Here are the images from my UNO project folder:






Icon:



300DPI:
placard for retail
http://imgur.com/B3Bs3BU

paper-wallet:
http://imgur.com/a/AbUpz
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March 27, 2014, 07:43:24 PM
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Thank you FallingKnife for making this thread.


Welcome back, man. Good to see you here. Thanks for the goodies.

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March 27, 2014, 10:49:51 PM
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Rockchain hans't been picking up new blocks for 2 days now.  I found another one here http://bit.usr.sh:2750/chain/Unobtanium but it is down A LOT.

Anyone else here notice that if you use Private Internet Access (a sponsor of this site) while here, bct considers it a TOR IP and charges you bitcoin to "clear your name".  What a racket.

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March 28, 2014, 12:15:11 PM
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By the way, if someone would like to take a stab at better graphics (as I'm sure some are better graphic designers than I), there are 3 pngs. The banner at the top of the page, the unencrypted paper wallet and the bip38 encrypted wallet. If you create a png that has the same size but retains the QR code placement, public address string placement, private key string placement and their color and sizes I can update the site.

To be clear, I have no interest in removing the pointbiz BTC donate address. Credit is due there.

Check this thread.  There was a nice UNO Paper Wallet image that was proposed recently. 

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=313126.msg4760912#msg4760912

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March 28, 2014, 03:32:53 PM
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By the way, if someone would like to take a stab at better graphics (as I'm sure some are better graphic designers than I), there are 3 pngs. The banner at the top of the page, the unencrypted paper wallet and the bip38 encrypted wallet. If you create a png that has the same size but retains the QR code placement, public address string placement, private key string placement and their color and sizes I can update the site.

To be clear, I have no interest in removing the pointbiz BTC donate address. Credit is due there.

Check this thread.  There was a nice UNO Paper Wallet image that was proposed recently.  

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=313126.msg4760912#msg4760912

That image came from Jacob and his team.  They actually improved on that design, which is an older one, but I guess they didn't release it or complete the wallet project.
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March 28, 2014, 08:53:30 PM
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Rockchain hans't been picking up new blocks for 2 days now.  I found another one here http://bit.usr.sh:2750/chain/Unobtanium but it is down A LOT.

Anyone else here notice that if you use Private Internet Access (a sponsor of this site) while here, bct considers it a TOR IP and charges you bitcoin to "clear your name".  What a racket.

Yeah every so often abe crashes, and I have to restart the server. If anyone knows anything about setting up bitcoinjs please send me a pm.

The paper wallet images are completed:
http://imgur.com/a/AbUpz

But the website we had in the works had a very bad bug, and I would be pleased if someone could integrate my graphics in to a working website.
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March 29, 2014, 04:48:36 AM
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Sold some Maxcoin to buy more Unobtanium and contemplating converting more fiat into UNO.

It's rare.  It's fair.  It's Unobtanium.
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March 29, 2014, 05:29:35 AM
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I'm studying the Borgcoin... I mean Blackcoin Pool project and its potential impact on the altcoin scene.  Could this development be a good opportunity to attract altcoiners to the Unobtanium community?  Anyone else looking at Blackcoin?  I don't hold any Blackcoin.      

It's rare.  It's fair.  It's Unobtanium.
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