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September 21, 2014, 10:41:47 PM
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Just added [Suspicious link removed] to the OP.

If you know of any other pools that should be on the list (or dead pools that should be removed), LMK.

It's not just a resource for miners, but also a contact list should we need to get in contact with miners.

Just sent the below email to info@coin-pool.org:

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[subject: The UNO pool is down]

I had been getting 1-2 UNOs regularly every day from uno.coin-pool.org dumped into my wallet.  Then inexplicably it skipped Sept. 18th.  I then got ONE on the 19th.  Since then, nothing.

And I just noticed my 2 Antminers are reporting that "stratum+tcp://uno.coin-pool.org:3331" is "Dead".

My UNO address is

uPh3mybL1wrguTAuqBbbU3c5fvxcsMRE9Y

Any advice?

Thanks,

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September 21, 2014, 10:52:29 PM
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The Unobtanium community is lucky to have two providers of dice games. These games help utilize the network and create fees for miners, while at the same time letting you try your luck and enjoy your Uno. These dice providers also help the network by keeping useful nodes online, ensuring that you'll always find peers when your client connects to the Uno network.

There are a variety of games offered. The dice games are very simple and are an easy way to begin your gambling addiction Wink.  First, go to the dice website and select your game.

Games are offered in a variety of odds.  My favorites are the 75%, 78% games. That means I have a 75-78% chance of winning. The higher the odds of winning, the lower the payout.  Games range from 98% to 1%.

After your game is selected, copy the address and send whatever amount of Un you want to risk.  It can take a few minutes, but eventually you either receive your winnings, or if you lose a small of amount of Un will be returned to your wallet as an acknowledgement. The games also show the latest winners/losers on their site.

Here are the two game sites:

http://cryptap.us/uno/dice

https://gameofdice.com/UNO

If you've never tried it, give it a shot. Supporting the network, our service providers and miners can be a lot of fUN with Dice!

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Altmarket.com beta is opening. And the $UNO market is there.


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September 22, 2014, 12:06:08 AM
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The Unobtanium community is lucky to have two providers of dice games. These games help utilize the network and create fees for miners, while at the same time letting you try your luck and enjoy your Uno. These dice providers also help the network by keeping useful nodes online, ensuring that you'll always find peers when your client connects to the Uno network.

There are a variety of games offered. The dice games are very simple and are an easy way to begin your gambling addiction Wink.  First, go to the dice website and select your game.

Games are offered in a variety of odds.  My favorites are the 75%, 78% games. That means I have a 75-78% chance of winning. The higher the odds of winning, the lower the payout.  Games range from 98% to 1%.

After your game is selected, copy the address and send whatever amount of Un you want to risk.  It can take a few minutes, but eventually you either receive your winnings, or if you lose a small of amount of Un will be returned to your wallet as an acknowledgement. The games also show the latest winners/losers on their site.

Here are the two game sites:

http://cryptap.us/uno/dice

https://gameofdice.com/UNO

If you've never tried it, give it a shot. Supporting the network, our service providers and miners can be a lot of fUN with Dice!

Thank you FK.

I should add that the games at cryptap.us are provably fair, meaning that you can verify that I have not rigged the odds. There is a bit of python code at the bottom of the page you can use to check my work.

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September 22, 2014, 12:41:01 AM
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Just added [Suspicious link removed] to the OP.

If you know of any other pools that should be on the list (or dead pools that should be removed), LMK.

It's not just a resource for miners, but also a contact list should we need to get in contact with miners.

Just sent the below email to info@coin-pool.org:

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[subject: The UNO pool is down]

I had been getting 1-2 UNOs regularly every day from uno.coin-pool.org dumped into my wallet.  Then inexplicably it skipped Sept. 18th.  I then got ONE on the 19th.  Since then, nothing.

And I just noticed my 2 Antminers are reporting that "stratum+tcp://uno.coin-pool.org:3331" is "Dead".

My UNO address is

uPh3mybL1wrguTAuqBbbU3c5fvxcsMRE9Y

Any advice?

Thanks,

Jelks


I mine there as well and didn't notice. Thanks for the heads up. The UNO page does not work, but the main page coin-pool.org is still active.

Did you hear anything from them?

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September 22, 2014, 12:58:50 AM
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Prediction (details on request):

the price of oil will tend downward over 2015 and 2016. The price of established cryptos will move inversely.

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September 22, 2014, 01:45:23 AM
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Chriss at MineOnCloud reached out to say that they have added UNO to their pool, and they are looking for hash!

They will very soon active an autoswitch pool and exchanger.

stratum+tcp://stratum.mineoncloud.com:8001
Username : Wallet Address
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September 22, 2014, 01:52:59 AM
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[on uno.coin-pool.org being down]

I mine there as well and didn't notice. Thanks for the heads up. The UNO page does not work, but the main page coin-pool.org is still active.

Did you hear anything from them?

No, didn't hear anything back from them -- they probably haven't even seen my email yet and may not know the pool is down, it being the weekend and all. 

However I remembered the new "switchpool.co.uk" announced here by FK and an ensuing discussion about it, so I checked them out (I *really* didn't like the idea of not being about to mine my favorite coin LOL).  Here is what I just posted in the Switchpool announcement thread here on BCT:

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Had been using another pool (uno.coin-pool.org), but I noticed my 2 Antminer S3's reported that pool as "Dead" -- I checked them because I hadn't received any payouts in the last several days, plus their UNO web page always seemed to give me problems -- if I left it open for some time, it would (believe it or not) bring down my whole system!  Really, one web page in Chrome freezing the entire Windows 7 system *completely*Huh??

Anyway, I remember reading in the UNO thread about the http://switchpool.co.uk/ pool, remembered about the zero pool fee for UNO folks, and decided to check it out.

So far, I am quite impressed.  I can't believe more people aren't using this for UNO; as I type this, it looks like I'm the only UNO "worker" there (I do see where someone else was mining it for a couple of hours this morning).  Wow.

I also like how easy it is to set up:  just your UNO address as your user name, the stratum+tcp://switchpool.co.uk:3008 URL, and any old password.  No logins, registration and all that malarky.

I am curious as to whether you can set up separate worker names.  I've got 3 rigs: 2 Antminer S3's, and 1 "rig" consisting of 26 USB ASICs (all running under MultiMiner).  Can you do something like UNOaddress_Antminer1, UNOaddress_Antminer2, and UNOaddress_USBsticks, thus having 3 workers and being able to see how each "rig" is performing for UNO?  It's no big deal if you can't, the simplicity as it is is just fine with using just plain UNOaddress for each rig.

I'm gonna keep a close eye on this one, and pass on the word.

Thanks!

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September 22, 2014, 02:16:21 PM
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today approx. 20 to 25 - fold of new coins per day was traded - about the same level as bitcoin was globally traded yesterday on the supply/demand - calculation
(coins traded divided by coins minted)

looking good for Un.
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September 22, 2014, 06:04:10 PM
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Go, Hemeras! I don't have enough bitcoin left to buy coffee (spent it on Unobtanium); but I'll shout encouragement.
already sold the 60 UNO again ..looking out for a new opportunitie to buy
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September 22, 2014, 06:24:50 PM
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Just got some preview pics for the physical UNO bars, plated and pure silver :-)  with the silver price at a great buying point I can't wait to show you guys!




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September 22, 2014, 07:20:08 PM
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Just got some preview pics for the physical UNO bars, plated and pure silver :-)  with the silver price at a great buying point I can't wait to show you guys!
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September 22, 2014, 07:38:05 PM
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Someone got 465 uno at .0045 today at Cryptsy. Nice score.

Everyone's happy to be buying in the 004's right now. Nobody feels like punching through that little wall at 005? Not yet, anyway? Smiley

Uno is looking pretty the past 60 days, since the July low.



View back to April shows the clear break with the long term down trend, and the start of the current uptrend.



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September 22, 2014, 07:47:30 PM
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Someone got 465 uno at .0045 today at Cryptsy. Nice score.

Everyone's happy to be buying in the 004's right now. Nobody feels like punching through that little wall at 005? Not yet, anyway? Smiley

Is now the time to talk about price independence from bitcoin? Is there any way we can do this, or work towards doing this? Like keeping uno at a static usd amount? 2 bucks a coin regardless of btc value? I guess having a UNO/Fiat pairing would really help this come to fruition. Yay, nay? Dumb idear?

Just got some preview pics for the physical UNO bars, plated and pure silver :-)  with the silver price at a great buying point I can't wait to show you guys!

SOOOO where are these pics?! I want to see them! Or are you just teasing us  Kiss ?

I have interest in a pure silver bar! What is the weight of them?

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September 22, 2014, 08:26:06 PM
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Someone got 465 uno at .0045 today at Cryptsy. Nice score.

Everyone's happy to be buying in the 004's right now. Nobody feels like punching through that little wall at 005? Not yet, anyway? Smiley

Is now the time to talk about price independence from bitcoin? Is there any way we can do this, or work towards doing this? Like keeping uno at a static usd amount? 2 bucks a coin regardless of btc value? I guess having a UNO/Fiat pairing would really help this come to fruition. Yay, nay? Dumb idear?
I really like the idea of us looking into solutions like this, and maybe we could find a specific one.

Still, right now UNO is doing great, and I'm not worried about BTC.  For one thing, I think there is some internal price evidence that we are already somewhat BTC independent, but I can't present that so well.  Unobtanium is at such a great place, with low mining reward, (and ready to halve, again!) AND with great buy-and-hold patrons.  I like to consider the example of my trading in the in-house exchange.  We are die-hards in here - nobody is selling~!  Mostly all buyers, and periodic (dollar-cost-averaging) at that!!!  This is all very bullish, plus UNO's stability, and it's oversold, etc.  I don't think we even need to worry about the $USD cost.

Wow, right now, what a great time to convert your $USD to UNO - occasional price breaks are super opportunities!
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September 22, 2014, 08:34:14 PM
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another 270 uno ready to be bought at 45 , just below my order of 59 UNO , more support needed !
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September 22, 2014, 08:34:30 PM
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Been busy at cryptsy...
How nice it is to buy UNO for $1.80 a piece.
Even better deal than .0035 @ $600 bitcoin ($2.10)
volume is looking good and I have more btc coming in on Tuesday...

Things are about to get very, very interesting with UNO. Wink


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September 22, 2014, 09:55:39 PM
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Is there any chance that BW's new exchange would allow for direct fiat to UNO purchases?

Or, should we solicit such an item from a small exchange like coinbroker.io?

Both scenarios are mutually beneficial to the parties...

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September 22, 2014, 10:08:59 PM
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Is there any chance that BW's new exchange would allow for direct fiat to UNO purchases?

Or, should we solicit such an item from a small exchange like coinbroker.io?

Both scenarios are mutually beneficial to the parties...

there's a lot of regulatory hoops an exchange would have to jump through to make it happen.  Plus, getting USD in and out of exchanges is a royal pain in the ass.  I remember some months back there was an exchange trying to gauge interest in a UNO/USD market....but they were a russian exchange I had never heard of.  you gonna mail a check off to russia and expect they'll do business with you straight?  I think you've got just as good of a chance of finally meeting your nigerian prince for a date.  but even still, I've been around the cryptocurrency space for almost 3 years now and I still don't know if you can actually fund a btc-e account with usd.

Its just so much easier to buy some btc with your coinbase account and immediately send it over to buy your UNO.  I think we are already seeing quite clearly that the value of UNO is more closely tied to the value of USD than it is to BTC....bitcoin just happens to be the easiest medium.  and really, i don't know about you guys, but I don't actually plan to "sell" my stash of Unobtanium for government funny money...like ever, really, unless it is absolutely necessary.  And if the value UNO got to the point where my current stash was considered a fortune, I imagine some sort of UNO/USD market would pop up just because it would be an opportunity for some exchange to make money.  This imagememe kinda sums up my attitude towards unobtanium:






basically, I'm just saying that I don't think its worth fighting for at this point in the game
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September 22, 2014, 10:24:38 PM
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I understand. I know that on BTC-e, one could wire money to OKPay and then move it very easily back and forth to BTC-e.  That was until FACTA kicked in and OKPay quit doing business with anyone with a US address...

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