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Author Topic: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Merge Mine w/BTC! - Update NOW to qt 0.11.0  (Read 1039577 times)
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November 04, 2014, 02:16:53 AM
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Unfair money always fails.

a great piece of wisdom there

Just checking in to say, hi and good evening.  I'm still here.  Just super busy with homework.  Working on a Grad degree in Project Management.  Increased my UNO holding by 11 today ~ !

Unobtanium - 38 ~ !

... or 39...

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P.S.  My coins are still on Cryptsy.  I still need to reset this notebook to factory settings.  I still cannot "open" any coin wallets on this computer; bitcoin, unobtanium... and someone wanted to send me some deepcoins, but that one didn't work either.  Electrum will not open, either... I really need to reset this computer to factory settings, but I'm dreading the time it will take to do that and to reload everything... ugh...

Going to experiment with a paper wallet and the computer upstairs when I have the time...



im going through something similar - 3 days of chkdsk and only 24% done...

cant access any files or wallets - dreading a re-install + lengthy backing up.

i actually wish id left everything on cryptsy now...
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November 04, 2014, 02:21:54 AM
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I like UNO, hell even LOVE it relative to most other alts, have been a long-time owner, but I have a serious question: is Bryce Weiner still actively involved with this coin? Please, be honest.

we do not even know yet what happend with Bryce. Before you try to start the fud maybe link us to what's actually going down around BW? Cheers.

https://twitter.com/BryceWeiner/status/529381868677128192

Please, I am begging you, do not let Weiner have any control, say or influence over this coin.

bro, there is no informational content about what the issue is here. I can't make a statement because i am obviously lacking info. All i know is a bunch of teenagers on twitter going wild, bryce posting he's a dick and razor crashing.

Could you specify why Bryce is leaving blocktech?

If he did serious wrong community can still vote about what to do. But currently we are lacking a lot of info is what i feel.
I don't know anything about Bryce other than that he had something to do with the initial launch with Blazr2.

IMHO, UNO has become much more than anything to do with it's developers now, much more than any of us. UNO is great because of the entire community as a whole. The community has a committment to the coin and it's success.  That is where the stability lies and why it will continue to be a success.

BTW, despite whatever are Mr. Bryce's perceived shortcomings, our DEV team put great thought into this fair-launch, no-premine coin...they are owed our gratitude...

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November 04, 2014, 02:31:52 AM
Last edit: November 04, 2014, 02:49:13 AM by FallingKnife
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Unfair money always fails.

a great piece of wisdom there

Just checking in to say, hi and good evening.  I'm still here.  Just super busy with homework.  Working on a Grad degree in Project Management.  Increased my UNO holding by 11 today ~ !

Unobtanium - 38 ~ !

... or 39...

Z

P.S.  My coins are still on Cryptsy.  I still need to reset this notebook to factory settings.  I still cannot "open" any coin wallets on this computer; bitcoin, unobtanium... and someone wanted to send me some deepcoins, but that one didn't work either.  Electrum will not open, either... I really need to reset this computer to factory settings, but I'm dreading the time it will take to do that and to reload everything... ugh...

Going to experiment with a paper wallet and the computer upstairs when I have the time...



im going through something similar - 3 days of chkdsk and only 24% done...

cant access any files or wallets - dreading a re-install + lengthy backing up.

i actually wish id left everything on cryptsy now...
3 days of chkdsk? Is it performing repairs or just scanning?

I'm paranoid of losing my pivate keys. I have now moved about 70% of my Uno to a cold wallet. I have those keys printed on paper, locked in a safe.  The hot wallet is encrypted, and then backed up to to the cloud using MegaSync from Mega.co.uk.  And also keep a copy on a local network drive.

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November 04, 2014, 02:37:28 AM
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IMHO, UNO has become much more than anything to do with it's developers now, much more than any of us. UNO is great because of the entire community as a whole. The community has a committment to the coin and it's success.  That is where the stability lies and why it will continue to be a success.


this ^^^^


i remember uno was some time without dev and what was upholding it was the community.

i smell an organised fud-campaign and i am not impressed.

Up until now nobody was even able to say what all this upheaval is all about so i am even less impressed. Price is moving up. I'd like to buy, tbh. Let them fud Bryce, i don't give a flying about it.

That nuthilda-guy doesn't hold a single coin pretty sure.

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November 04, 2014, 03:07:48 AM
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*yawn*




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no backups?  Shocked


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November 04, 2014, 03:11:22 AM
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I like UNO, hell even LOVE it relative to most other alts, have been a long-time owner, but I have a serious question: is Bryce Weiner still actively involved with this coin? Please, be honest.

Honestly, he has never been actively involved with this coin. He patched a timing issue up with the blocks that wolong's gang injected in there. Other than that his connection to the coin was thin from the get go. Maybe i am being blind to something and would love anyone to correct this but aside from uno being included in some of the projects he was working on i really don't know how involved he was.

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November 04, 2014, 03:31:15 AM
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Honestly, he has never been actively involved with this coin. He patched a timing issue up with the blocks that wolong's gang injected in there. Other than that his connection to the coin was thin from the get go. Maybe i am being blind to something and would love anyone to correct this but aside from uno being included in some of the projects he was working on i really don't know how involved he was.

same do i know.

Last 4 weeks all his involvement, i was able to see was him tweeting uno would be rising to fast. So, really great involvement. lol

his involvement to be as controversal as possible on twitter is far greater than his involvement with this coin from what i can see.
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November 04, 2014, 03:37:28 AM
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his involvement to be as controversal as possible on twitter is far greater than his involvement with this coin from what i can see.


and the best of all: nobody even knows what the hell he tweets about

lmao

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November 04, 2014, 03:48:48 AM
Last edit: November 04, 2014, 04:23:05 AM by Jelks
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his involvement to be as controversal as possible on twitter is far greater than his involvement with this coin from what i can see.

His tweet that he would ONLY continue to be involved with UNO and XDQ (his own coin) is, IMO, huge.  

It could possibly bring a much needed new spotlight to shine on UNO.  We should see soon.
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November 04, 2014, 03:51:54 AM
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Perhaps we have already wasted too much time discussing the FUDster for it to continue. There are more pertinent topics...

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November 04, 2014, 03:59:14 AM
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Perhaps we have already wasted too much time discussing the FUDster for it to continue. There are more pertinent topics...

+1

life is too short for that stuff

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November 04, 2014, 04:04:59 AM
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Uno is now an extremely low inflation coin, with only 15 new Uno being mined daily.
I found this Reddit post that I think could have been written by one of you guys. It helps to underscore the difference between Un & Btc in terms of inflation, and the ratio to new coins to trade volume. Low inflation is a key benefit of Uno, and key to it's long rise against bitcoin.



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Uno is now an extremely low inflation coin, with only 15 new Uno being mined daily.
I found this Reddit post that I think could have been written by one of you guys. It helps to underscore the difference between Un & Btc in terms of inflation, and the ratio to new coins to trade volume. Low inflation is a key benefit of Uno, and key to it's long rise against bitcoin.




HA!
And now the best part:
mining in btc is becoming centralised. Little miners are driven out of buisness. And the large miners dump way harder than a lot of small ones would. The process is selfaccelrating. They dump harder, mining is even more centralised since even more are out of buisiness. So this bitcoin is going to shit rapidly because of the high inflation.
Switching from bitcoin to uno is the rational thing to do. All over the forum these discussions. Right now you can comment on almost every thread people should buy uno to get rid of the problem that is discussed (scams in altcoins, devs running off, bad bitcoin price, centralised mining and what not)
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November 04, 2014, 04:23:02 AM
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no back ups... i only pulled my coins off cryptsy last week...regretting it at the mo!

running chkdsk C: /f /r

206486 / 311792 files processed...


wish me luck!!
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November 04, 2014, 04:27:32 AM
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no back ups... i only pulled my coins off cryptsy last week...regretting it at the mo!

running chkdsk C: /f /r

206486 / 311792 files processed...


wish me luck!!

always make backups! The moment i put real money on a wallet i already have the privatekey on paper so in case things go wrong you don't have to worry. Good luck, man.
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November 04, 2014, 04:32:10 AM
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no back ups... i only pulled my coins off cryptsy last week...regretting it at the mo!

running chkdsk C: /f /r

206486 / 311792 files processed...


wish me luck!!

usb-sticks aren't that expensive. There is still these HD-recovering companies. They cost a bit but they can recover a lot. (in case you screwed things up for a lot of coins)

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November 04, 2014, 04:37:42 AM
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Uno is now an extremely low inflation coin, with only 15 new Uno being mined daily.
I found this Reddit post that I think could have been written by one of you guys. It helps to underscore the difference between Un & Btc in terms of inflation, and the ratio to new coins to trade volume. Low inflation is a key benefit of Uno, and key to it's long rise against bitcoin.




HA!
And now the best part:
mining in btc is becoming centralised. Little miners are driven out of buisness. And the large miners dump way harder than a lot of small ones would. The process is selfaccelrating. They dump harder, mining is even more centralised since even more are out of buisiness. So this bitcoin is going to shit rapidly because of the high inflation.
Switching from bitcoin to uno is the rational thing to do. All over the forum these discussions. Right now you can comment on almost every thread people should buy uno to get rid of the problem that is discussed (scams in altcoins, devs running off, bad bitcoin price, centralised mining and what not)


a wise man once said "people are better in dealing with old problems than they are in dealing with new solutions"   Cool

saying: people will need some time to see that.


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November 04, 2014, 05:02:40 AM
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quote from another random thread

All the volume is down atm. It will be interesting to see where it flows back into.

i know the answer already  Grin

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November 04, 2014, 05:44:29 AM
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All the volume is down atm. It will be interesting to see where it flows back into.

i know the answer already  Grin
There is still a bit of quantity on Cryptsy up to .008. I picked some bit today. With btc so cheap, I will buy it Uno up to .01 soon of nobody else wants to play. I think buying $5 bills for $1 is a good deal.

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There is still a bit of quantity on Cryptsy up to .008. I picked some bit today. With btc so cheap, I will buy it Uno up to .01 soon of nobody else wants to play. I think buying $5 bills for $1 is a good deal.

+1
once it goes, it goes.

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