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October 13, 2014, 10:23:17 AM
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No no! B T S -- a bit more detail:

as a devolutionist, an anti-parliamentarist, I have never ever ever bothered with what we would call 'reformist' politics. So, for me, the GFC is me with my nose pushed up against the glass, misanthropically wishing ill on all those who've treated me like a tin-foil-hat fool all these years. If you have a practical background in 'ordinary' commercial theory and bullion, I really am eager to learn.

It's my assumption that silver and gold will be a better bet as Things Start Getting Really Ugly.

I taught English for five and a half years in Jakarta. Spent the time as a journalist literally -- quite literally -- walkin' around, taking notes. I was a paid-up S.B.S.I. union member, and was the only foreigner to stay overnight in the occupied parliament building.

These photos are woosy. You'd have been out of your mind to be walkin' around with a valuable camera where really serious shit was happening. I still have the thirteen journals.

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October 13, 2014, 10:34:24 AM
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No no! B T S -- a bit more detail:

as a devolutionist, an anti-parliamentarist, I have never ever ever bothered with what we would call 'reformist' politics. So, for me, the GFC is me with my nose pushed up against the glass, misanthropically wishing ill on all those who've treated me like a tin-foil-hat fool all these years. If you have a practical background in 'ordinary' commercial theory and bullion, I really am eager to learn.

It's my assumption that silver and gold will be a better bet as Things Start Getting Really Ugly.

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Seems we are cut from the same cloth. I gave up on traditional politics before I even knew what a Libertarian was. My analysis is largely based on very basic TA- looking at resistance support, oversold, overbought ect, and I temper most of my opinion by looking at sentiment and following market commentators that I have grown to trust such as:

https://www.youtube.com/user/daytradeshow

I think silver and gold are certainly good bets, but on a technical standpoint mainly. From around $22 downwards I've been of the opinion that silver is undervalued. I would not call my experience practical as I am a games developer by trade, just dabble in the markets and making these coins/bars too, I've only really started learning over the past 2 years, with the financial crisis a latent trigger and focal point for learning about the mess we are in.

I'm more of the opinion that things will just grind down and continue to get worse before something radical happens in terms of where everything is going. I really hope that the world can wash the slate clean rather than insisting on the safety of an overpowered state.




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October 13, 2014, 10:43:40 AM
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Gotta get off the screen. Could you be an adviser for the Hedges Project?

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October 13, 2014, 10:49:12 AM
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Gotta get off the screen. Could you be an adviser for the Hedges Project?

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If you think my opinion and observations could be useful I'd be happy to help out.




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October 13, 2014, 11:09:16 AM
Last edit: October 13, 2014, 02:24:57 PM by FallingKnife
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Some dumping at this height is to be expected. It was a good setup for a whale and he took it, probably planning to buy back cheaper.  He once liked Uno very much, and probably still does. Traders buy low & sell high, then repeat, right? I hope those who bought in 009 & 01 like me used the opportunity lower their average cost.  I never put up any buy orders that I don't want filled.



The long term trend is still intact, and Uno got rarer with last week's block halving. I know where this coin is headed. What I see on this chart is a repeat of that bump Uno got around August 1. It wasn't the end of the world then, and it isn't now.

Nothing has changed, except a tiny number at Cryptsy and a couple tons of Un moved to better hands.  Stay flexible.  To every thing there is a season.

I'm still willing to buy up to .01, but now the dumper has trained me to sit back and wait for his dumps. A wide spread not such a bad thing right now. If he's willing to sell down to .0045, I'm sure willing to buy at .005/.006 to shake out more Un. No hurry. As Wolong himself once said in a now-deleted tweet, "I have all the patience."

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October 13, 2014, 12:00:06 PM
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i stopped playing once we soared past 0.007, its obvious a 'small' group of people are manipulating others to snatch up periodic bunches of UNO - 'stick up little sell walls' stick em up! STICK EM UP!!    MUNCH!

i was picking up a few UNO every day since launch with a few occasional splurges but since this shit i dont even bother.

its just depressing
@Edgar, I don't follow. What is depressing?

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October 13, 2014, 04:28:23 PM
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Gee, I sure do have a lot of UNO in my accounts this morning....  ~Thanks?  Smiley  Grin

No doubt it's all in better hands.  Wink

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October 13, 2014, 04:49:21 PM
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i stopped playing once we soared past 0.007, its obvious a 'small' group of people are manipulating others to snatch up periodic bunches of UNO - 'stick up little sell walls' stick em up! STICK EM UP!!    MUNCH!

i was picking up a few UNO every day since launch with a few occasional splurges but since this shit i dont even bother.

its just depressing
@Edgar, I don't follow. What is depressing?
The dump was right after @Edgar post. Cheesy He is a miner to i thing from his posts. Edgar got depress he say....I never go depress with Unobtanium man! Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy.
If you dump those tons on me you never gonna see me afraid or depress. You jest see me more confident and happy man. Uno is the dumpers nightmare. The black hole for dumping evar man Cheesy Cheesy Grin

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October 13, 2014, 05:23:54 PM
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who dump uno like this?
Hi, raimch89!  ...And hi, kitsune62!  Welcome to the Unobtanium community!

If they dump, buy it cheap!  We do!  Wink
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October 13, 2014, 05:48:40 PM
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Nothing has changed, except a tiny number at Cryptsy and a couple tons of Un moved to better hands.
People:  Take your coins off of cryptsy!  Take your coins off of exchanges!
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October 13, 2014, 05:52:45 PM
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Nothing has changed, except a tiny number at Cryptsy and a couple tons of Un moved to better hands.
People:  Take your coins off of cryptsy!  Take your coins off of exchanges!
I never store there anyway. Did something happen?

Or, are you trying to drain the big wallet and see what happens if everyone withdraws?

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October 13, 2014, 05:57:51 PM
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Nothing has changed, except a tiny number at Cryptsy and a couple tons of Un moved to better hands.
People:  Take your coins off of cryptsy!  Take your coins off of exchanges!
I never store there anyway. Did something happen?

Or, are you trying to drain the big wallet and see what happens if everyone withdraws?
There is waay too much on there.  Despite some recent lucrative opportunities, I'm proud to say I've still managed to stay off of cryptsy trading these last months.

If people dump on cryptsy, and you are smart to have low buy orders there, remove those coins to another exchange, and congratulations!
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October 13, 2014, 06:02:38 PM
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Nothing has changed, except a tiny number at Cryptsy and a couple tons of Un moved to better hands.
People:  Take your coins off of cryptsy!  Take your coins off of exchanges!

Which do you recommend - coinwallet or desktop wallet?  I do not entirely trust my notebook at present. I think that the UNO paper wallet generator could use some instructions.  I'm looking at the page now - I see that I can generate an unobtanium address by moving my mouse around, but no idea what to do next?

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October 13, 2014, 06:40:36 PM
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i am new here but not with uno -  i read forum and hold coin since 8 months
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October 13, 2014, 06:54:25 PM
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i am new here but not with uno -  i read forum and hold coin since 8 months
Wonderful! Welcome to the discussion! We're glad that you are here!

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October 13, 2014, 07:40:52 PM
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Nothing has changed, except a tiny number at Cryptsy and a couple tons of Un moved to better hands.
People:  Take your coins off of cryptsy!  Take your coins off of exchanges!

Which do you recommend - coinwallet or desktop wallet?  I do not entirely trust my notebook at present. I think that the UNO paper wallet generator could use some instructions.  I'm looking at the page now - I see that I can generate an unobtanium address by moving my mouse around, but no idea what to do next?

Z

Howdy and welcome! What i did was purchase some kingston data traveler drives. I just like the design of them. I bought a four pack off amazon and copied my wallet.dat to them. I have one in the safe with the guns just in case and the rest are just around chillin. The odds of me losing one copy are pretty high. The odds of me losing 4 different copies. I should check out from life if that happens..

Nothing beats storing your coins and backing up those wallets on your own. It is fine to trust exchanges and websites, but never with more than you need to risk. If you don't plan on selling the coins, keep them safe on your pc. With the redundant back ups i have suggested, you would have nothing to worry about if your hdd does fail.

Questions for all: I am still wondering though, the chain is the public ledger of which address has which coins. So that is what is keeping track of where everything is. I guess that is what the private key is all about? That is what unlocks the tumbler that is the "public key" and allows access to the coins stored inside? If you were to think of it like a vault.

So when we make a back up of our wallets, all we are really doing is making a back up of our private keys? There really is no need to keep backing up my wallet each time i add new coins to it?

I know i know, this is basic stuff, i never had to think about it though. Is that the gist of things though?

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October 13, 2014, 07:50:07 PM
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I am always torn. Fuckin assholes who play the spreads like that on cryptsy. Last time i checked there were two decent size walls, 4 and 7 btc i think. Check today, and cyptsy is back to .007, i don't see those walls. and i see 2k+ uno dumped, which was about what was being purchased. There isn't much of anything to do about it i suppose, other than try to draw awareness.

In reality, the only people who purchase huge chunks of coins like that are pump and dumpers. I would imagine any person who is in it for the long haul, someone who trades using their mind over emotions, purchases coins at varying prices trying to average out their cost per coin. Anyone who is willing to buy so many at once is even more willing to dump them imho.

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October 13, 2014, 08:25:20 PM
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Nothing has changed, except a tiny number at Cryptsy and a couple tons of Un moved to better hands.
People:  Take your coins off of cryptsy!  Take your coins off of exchanges!

Which do you recommend - coinwallet or desktop wallet?  I do not entirely trust my notebook at present. I think that the UNO paper wallet generator could use some instructions.  I'm looking at the page now - I see that I can generate an unobtanium address by moving my mouse around, but no idea what to do next?

Z

i have one big chunk of UNO on a paper wallet, in a plastic zip-shut bag, in a safe.  I keep a more modest chunk on my computer (wallet is encrypted, of course) and periodically backup my wallet.dat onto 2 flash drives, which also go in the safe.

paper wallet is easy.  generate the wallet (make sure your wifi is turned OFF when you do this), print it out, send coins to public address.  oh, and don't lose that piece of paper  Wink
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October 13, 2014, 08:37:32 PM
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ladies and gentlemen,

the germany based gold and silver trading website bitcoincommodities.com is now accepting UNO!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=99733.msg9182830#msg9182830

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sweet!
maybe say hello to the UNO (unobtainium) community they love trading .999/uno Wink



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