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October 23, 2014, 01:21:30 PM
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My guess is that Unobtanium has a more mature audience than many coins

"MUCH RARITY!! SUCH WORTH!!!"

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Thank god we are not like that  Roll Eyes

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October 23, 2014, 01:31:18 PM
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Yeah, i feel like i missed out on growing up without computers. They were always around, so i can see how kids today will feel about cellphones. Even though i certainly remember a time where there were epic fights over using the house phone. It makes me wonder if crypto is that next wave in technology. Or what the next life changing tech will be.

I would like my phone to be really useful. Like if i am hiking, being able to take a picture of anything, search the web based on that photo to find out what it is and the information about it. Was the spider that just bit me a brown recluse? Sci-fi like shit really, scanning something and being able to know everything about it. Like what the amazon fire phone does for media items, but with everything in life. I think we are getting close to this. This would then be incorporated into wearable tech, like google glasses or some crap, and bam. We are all now androids. The future is awesome.

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October 23, 2014, 01:32:39 PM
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new pool for Unobtanium.

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October 23, 2014, 01:33:06 PM
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My guess is that Unobtanium has a more mature audience than many coins

"MUCH RARITY!! SUCH WORTH!!!"

*sigh*

Thank god we are not like that  Roll Eyes

Lol! I do concur! We do have some memes posted, but it is the internet! And yeah, having the coin being built off something that isn't a meme does help add a teeeeny little bit of validity to it. Just a smidgen.

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October 23, 2014, 01:34:42 PM
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I am always wondering the age of people involved in crypto. I like to think you are able to paint a decent picture of individuals age based on the phrases they use and what not.

We all know Imz is grandpa imz on here lol Wink I poke in fun!

So since I am curious by nature, and wouldn't expect people to pony up info about them selves that i am unwilling to divulge, i am 28. Since i showed you mine, wanna show me yours Wink

I'm out on Highway 61.
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October 23, 2014, 01:43:36 PM
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I would like my phone to be really useful. Like if i am hiking, being able to take a picture of anything, search the web based on that photo to find out what it is and the information about it. Was the spider that just bit me a brown recluse? Sci-fi like shit really, scanning something and being able to know everything about it. Like what the amazon fire phone does for media items, but with everything in life. I think we are getting close to this. This would then be incorporated into wearable tech, like google glasses or some crap, and bam. We are all now androids. The future is awesome.

Google Goggles, when it first came out, hinted that it would eventually be able to do things like this.  Like "Hmm, wonder this tree is.  Let me just take a picture of a leaf on it and Goggles will just tell me."

While Google would certainly be capable of this kind of thing, I have not, however, been aware of them putting effort into this aspect of Goggles.

It certainly would be nice to know immediately if it was a brown recluse that had bitten you! Smiley


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October 23, 2014, 02:15:41 PM
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Nice feedback! I'd have bet that the average age here is higher.

Highway 61 is Dylan, isn't it?

I am 54 but have packed a superxtramega lot of adventures in.
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October 23, 2014, 02:41:43 PM
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It certainly would be nice to know immediately if it was a brown recluse that had bitten you! Smiley

Lol it would! All the pieces for this sort of thing exist, we are in the age of data aggregation. We have so much data we don't even know what to do with it yet. When all the parts tie in together, it will be amazing. I am curious about that type of stuff, and the tree idea is exactly what me and my friend were talking about. Yeah, we could have just googled what we thought it was and hopefully found something like "this tree has a leaf structure similar to ..." and went from there but it isn't life or death, we are mildly curious but not enough so to devote 30+ minutes to finding the answer.

I am 54 but have packed a superxtramega lot of adventures in.

lol @ superxtramega Cheesy

Here is another fun question, what other words do people use that are an amalgamation of other words? For instance i use chizzilaxin and chillaxin rather frequently in my lexicon.

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October 23, 2014, 02:52:33 PM
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Altcoinfaucets.net is asking for a btc donation to continue the faucet service.

I'm thinking it might be time to end this service, since Cryptap.us is also providing a reliable faucet that is well used as part of his broader services to the UNO community.
I don't see the need to double up on it. The same people who use Cryptapus' faucet also probably using Altcoinfaucet.net.
The main advantage is having an extra 0.9.5 node on the network and a bit of extra exposure, but we'll be fine without it.

If anyone feels they want to keep it, you can donate to this address. Otherwise, I'll let it go.

- 0.011 BTC/mo (or 0.03 BTC for 3 month) to 18hKnKUp3iLdbkXCYNSKC8oEikiRGji7Vq

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October 23, 2014, 04:01:38 PM
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The demographic conversation is interesting. In keeping with anonymity, does anyone have access to a survey site that we could use to post some anonymous age-range questions, continental locations, computer saviness, years in crypto, political leanings, other favorite coins, etc.?

I think it would be interesting to see the info on the "average" UNO aficionado. I think that we're a very diverse group.

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October 23, 2014, 05:11:26 PM
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And as far as I can tell nobody is complaining about stolen Mintpal UNO??

Two of us complained, but it was a smaller % of hodlings, and there is still the delusion we might still get it back.
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October 23, 2014, 05:14:54 PM
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Nice feedback! I'd have bet that the average age here is higher.

Highway 61 is Dylan, isn't it?

Yes.

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LOL. 

Sometimes I feel like a horse that's been rode hard and put up wet.
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October 23, 2014, 05:20:13 PM
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My guess is that Unobtanium has a more mature audience than many coins

"MUCH RARITY!! SUCH WORTH!!!"

*sigh*

Thank god we are not like that  Roll Eyes

Hi, FR!  Can't say I've seen you in here, before.  Thanks for blurbing up and welcome to the fambly!
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October 23, 2014, 05:27:49 PM
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Even though i certainly remember a time where there were epic fights over using the house phone.
  Holy My Favorite Pony!  For ~30 yrs I've completely forgotten about my sister on that damned phone, and I never complained, even though she would bitterly complain if I made any noise at all!  G.I.Joe - come save me!  I can't figure out my Rubiks Cube conundrum!  (Never actually had a G.I.Joe, but I know the Rubiks hack!)

No, I most certainly will not say how old I am!
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October 23, 2014, 06:48:12 PM
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Once again we're seeing that as BTC price falls against USD, UNO rises on CoinMarketcap ranking, per it's habit of clinging to that $3/uno mark.
Falling Btc is bullish for Uno as the hodlers move in to accumulate with new btc purchased with usd.


I know we just got this market yesterday at Bleutrade, and it's still a ve rythin, but it's a start;  at least now there's a place to play UNO/USD.
My challenge in getting USD into Bleutrade. I was able to sell a bit of btc for usd yesterday, and am trying to setup the buy side of the market.  Like I said, it's not deep but at least when you go there it won't be empty.



I hope these markets turn out to be a lot of fun for Uno traders, and that Bleutrade turns out long term to be an excellent exchange for Uno.

Do you have another favorite coin that you trade that is also listed on Bleutrade? For example, do you hodl POT?  If you want to sponsor an alternative UNO/POT pairing on Bleutrade, let me know after you get things setup and I'll add your market to the OP.

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October 23, 2014, 06:58:42 PM
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do you have to get verified or anything like that to trade with USD on bleu?
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October 23, 2014, 07:03:43 PM
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do you have to get verified or anything like that to trade with USD on bleu?
They don't do verification.  They hand you off to different services like Payeer to deposit USD, and I suppose those services might do KYC.
I'm a noob when it comes to putting $$ into exchanges; I only ever buy bitcoin through Coinbase.

Out of curiosity, I quickly tried to transfer in $100 from a credit card (7% charge) with Payeer, but it failed for some reason and I didn't try again. I'm expecting a phone call any minute now from Chase Fraud Prevention Dept.

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October 23, 2014, 11:24:32 PM
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Actually, Sirsmokes -- I get to be a tutor again for a moment -- 'compounds' are extemely common: omnibus, taxicab, pine-apple. It's just that we're doing it in new/cheeky ways. Look up 'nonce word,' 'neologise,' and 'ideolect.'

@ Price of Bitcoin on January 1, 2015
: who wants to have a crack at guessing the price of Bitcoin on Jan. 1? [Lots of talented crypto geeks here. It's good to practice this stuff out loud.]
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October 24, 2014, 12:21:45 AM
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Am I being a silly? Is this a beat-up? [It's Friday morning here  now, and it's comin' up all over the Net.]

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/silver-law-group-files-lawsuits-against-cryptocurrency-exchanges-bitcoin-savings-trust-and-cryptsy-2014-10-23

https://coinfire.cf/2014/10/23/cryptsy-facing-lawsuit/
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October 24, 2014, 01:03:20 AM
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The words blood and turnip come to mind..

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