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Author Topic: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Merge Mine w/BTC! - Update NOW to qt 0.11.0  (Read 1039172 times)
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September 29, 2014, 01:39:46 AM
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people need to see: uno is no pump and dump at this point, it's  a community effort to establish a low-inflation store of wealth coin. To relax is recommended.
Uno will be going places and there will be real demand later on for its properties. The coin is not only for speculation, it has real world use.

Don't worry V500, they'll be crying later. It's sad to see a dump like that, but hey, it just gives the rest of us more time to scoop UNO up cheap! #generationalwealth

yeah, that 1k dump was pretty ugly. That guy was holding 0.5% of supply of such a nice coin and he gives it away like that. 'Always leave some lowball orders up' is the correct conclusion.

People need to do the correct calculations of the numbers. One doesn't just simply dump 0.5% of supply like that, common.

If you can't hold it, don't buy so much. Will be good once the coins are all distributed to the strong hands.

The market moving sideways on low volume for a day or two doesn't mean it's going to drop. There is no need to dump it on low activity. Because if you don't it'll move higher. There are no huge miningoperations, who dump large amounts in the market. This is also not a 3 week old coin. Uno trades quite differently from most other coins.
In two weeks the new coins are 15 a day - among all miners. That's such a small amount. The only ones dumping are people who bought lower. Well, this time uno is going up and it is going to stick. These prices could be gone for good. Only reason for these cheap prices was coinex - and they are out. So nobody is selling you cheap coins apart from some traders who did the math wrong.

... oh, look, there goes litecoin ...

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September 29, 2014, 01:48:52 AM
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What to mine -- profitably -- after the halving?

Edit: with SHA-256 ASICS.
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September 29, 2014, 01:55:32 AM
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What to mine -- profitably -- after the halving?

Edit: with SHA-256 ASICS.

if you want to mine and dump straight away there will be some bait and switch coins, but if you can afford to hold the coins you mine uno will still be the choice i think. Just my 2cents

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September 29, 2014, 02:11:09 AM
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Yup, looks like Un-Ex is in a sort of 'Christmas-Holidays-skeleton-crew mode'. Everyone is rightly HODL-ing for our birthday bash.

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September 29, 2014, 02:14:15 AM
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What to mine -- profitably -- after the halving?

Edit: with SHA-256 ASICS.

I expect Uno will be profitable to mine as the price rises.  I mine it now and I'll always keep hash on it. I'm glad winter's coming; where I live I'll break even just by shutting off the electric heater and using the ol' BFLs instead.

@IMZ -- the exchange has been wonderful for building trust among the core loyals.  It's a fun and personal way to trade. I'm glad to have that option in the community.

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September 29, 2014, 02:16:39 AM
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What to mine -- profitably -- after the halving?

Edit: with SHA-256 ASICS.

if you want to mine and dump straight away there will be some bait and switch coins, but if you can afford to hold the coins you mine uno will still be the choice i think. Just my 2cents

I think it will be wise to continue mining UNO, if nothing more than to keep the network running. An important factor to keep in mind is the future value of UNO will be much greater than the current day's mining reward.  The value should go parabolic at some point.

Also, I wanted to comment how exciting it is to see all of the new (to me) names here in the forum. If they are new or just returning, it's certainly exciting to be growing when many other communities are tanking...

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September 29, 2014, 02:24:30 AM
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anyone else experiencing delays withdrawing UNO from cryptsy?  I have been waiting a few hours now for a w/d...
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September 29, 2014, 02:29:32 AM
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anyone else experiencing delays withdrawing UNO from cryptsy?  I have been waiting a few hours now for a w/d...

What volume? I w/drew three figures worth last night. it took about ten minutes...

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September 29, 2014, 02:53:49 AM
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anyone else experiencing delays withdrawing UNO from cryptsy?  I have been waiting a few hours now for a w/d...

What volume? I w/drew three figures worth last night. it took about ten minutes...

just a mere 39 UNO
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September 29, 2014, 02:55:53 AM
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Has anyone heard of deals to buy mined coin directly for the fiat of the nation they're mined in? Mr. Transactional would do it here in Oz.

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September 29, 2014, 02:59:50 AM
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anyone else experiencing delays withdrawing UNO from cryptsy?  I have been waiting a few hours now for a w/d...

What volume? I w/drew three figures worth last night. it took about ten minutes...

just a mere 39 UNO
Ugh, I hope we're not back to withdrawal problems again

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September 29, 2014, 04:32:37 AM
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What to mine -- profitably -- after the halving?

Edit: with SHA-256 ASICS.

if you want to mine and dump straight away there will be some bait and switch coins, but if you can afford to hold the coins you mine uno will still be the choice i think. Just my 2cents

Thanks, I've been mining since July 21st, but I've been buying a lot more than I've been mining.  As to the buying, I'm pretty much spent out -- made it to the top 10 rich list last week -- I need to take a breather. I'm keeping all my UNOs for the conceivable future, I'm not good at baiting and switching.   Wink
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September 29, 2014, 04:46:58 AM
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anyone else experiencing delays withdrawing UNO from cryptsy?  I have been waiting a few hours now for a w/d...
Time for them hoarders to crack open that superwallet!  See what happens when their model of always keeping/making/scamming profit from a coin gets trumped by a committed community ready to store their coin themselves?!*   This will also be a moment of truth, as to whether the Feds or FEDs are behind a potential 'required' superwallet, if you can read into all this.

*Speculation, but expected to be quite accurate.

Hopefully, they just crack it open and drop another 5K, then another in a few weeks, then another, until the superwallet has been smashed into a dollar pancake's size!

That would be best for everyone, except for the evil bankers.
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September 29, 2014, 05:18:10 AM
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anyone else experiencing delays withdrawing UNO from cryptsy?  I have been waiting a few hours now for a w/d...

What volume? I w/drew three figures worth last night. it took about ten minutes...

just a mere 39 UNO
Ugh, I hope we're not back to withdrawal problems again
I forgot what that meant.  It's withdrawal problems for when something is moving up, and deposit issues when it's...going...no wait,....  What was their manipulative trickery, again?  With 3 decent exchanges that are NOT cryptsy, I don't even go there, although I am appreciative for those of you who keep liquidity flowing there.  You deserve any profits you can glean from them tricksters.  (Of course I still reserve the right to trade there at will.)


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Mt. Gox
Paypal
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BitStamp*
CampBX*


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Cryptsy
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September 29, 2014, 05:21:20 AM
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What to mine -- profitably -- after the halving?

Edit: with SHA-256 ASICS.

if you want to mine and dump straight away there will be some bait and switch coins, but if you can afford to hold the coins you mine uno will still be the choice i think. Just my 2cents

Thanks, I've been mining since July 21st, but I've been buying a lot more than I've been mining.  As to the buying, I'm pretty much spent out -- made it to the top 10 rich list last week -- I need to take a breather. I'm keeping all my UNOs for the conceivable future, I'm not good at baiting and switching.   Wink


Wow, the first cryptocurrency in the world where 'bagholders' are rewarded with steadily-increasing value!!

I love our formula for success!
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September 29, 2014, 05:44:42 AM
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Wow, the first cryptocurrency in the world where 'bagholders' are rewarded with steadily-increasing value!!

I love our formula for success!

'bagholder' isn't a negative term at all. It's all about holding the good bags, however.  Wink
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September 29, 2014, 06:00:17 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=787670.40 Post 44

Whether you agree or not, this guy is analysing the fallout from a 2011 Bitcoin price-slump -- ?!
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September 29, 2014, 07:04:09 AM
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Thank You so much FK for solving my wallet issue. It was about the block height.

Keep it up you rule man!
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September 29, 2014, 07:41:37 AM
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keep up the volume guys , couple of days ago i sold all of my UNO and now i"m well in the three digits ..taking some risks on the way but knowing i was buying back , even with a loss . taking UNO out of exchanges is not a good idea , by doiing so the volume drops and UNO gets out of the attention ..
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September 29, 2014, 07:58:17 AM
Last edit: September 29, 2014, 09:52:41 AM by hemeras
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if someone sold like couple days ago , than this is a opportunity , and if the price rebounds so fast than thats a good thing . UNO changed to the strong hands . i would even like the price to drop to 48 , have something there Wink ..it's all about guiding UNO within borders ! but always up . it started with 60 UNO @ 0.0024 ......

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