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Author Topic: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Merge Mine w/BTC! - Update NOW to qt 0.11.0  (Read 1039573 times)
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November 12, 2014, 05:04:50 AM
Last edit: November 12, 2014, 05:18:17 AM by Benefactor
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AND - i will shortly be contacting the author of RecoverMyFiles with a measly contribution.
If anyone in the community competently, directly helped you to recover your funds....
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November 12, 2014, 05:57:13 AM
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@ Benefactor: taa. 'Tech support' is a great community strength.

@ Community: I had cause to be checkin' out on Bitcointalk a coin 'up the charts' from us -- over three times the market cap.  But there were only a dozen posts dated this month, and the community is in conflict. Can we spell the word 'attrition'?

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November 12, 2014, 08:38:07 AM
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OP needs update. Current blockreward is not 0.065, it is 0.03125 uno per block
Thanks! Updated.

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Reward = 0.03125 per 3 min.   
Reward = 0.01041 per 1 min.   
Reward = 15 per day   
Reward = about 450 per month of new UNOs   
@ 0.00777777   

UNO needs about 3.6 BTC of new investment per month ($1500/month)
*something makes me think that the new investors and old investors are willing to invest more than 0.11 btc/day

Looking at the other large cap coins
BTC in new investment needed per month at current price
Dark            > 230
Feathercoin > 245
bitmark    > 316
Namecoin     > 522
Peercoin     > 741
DogeCoin     > 850
LTC            > 8784


And bitcoin ... $38,430,000 of new investment is needed just to equalize the coin inflation.


One of the best posts ever.

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November 12, 2014, 08:40:01 AM
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@ Community: I had cause to be checkin' out on Bitcointalk a coin 'up the charts' from us -- over three times the market cap.  But there were only a dozen posts dated this month, and the community is in conflict. Can we spell the word 'attrition'?

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if gains don't happen immediately people tend to run away on to the next bandwagon. This behaviour fails on a greater scale of course. Most people around here are quite young and impatient. Uno community is one of the more solid, active and positive ones. Also higher average age than most other coin. I think it has to do with the coin, too. Uno is pretty simple and doesn't start to sweat over so called 'innovation' because it doesn't compete on that level so much.
Being a fair longterm coin which it is gives it a more solid community aswell. Uno is not a flavour-of-the-week-coin Wink

Got to say also: most other coins are suffering from heavy inflation which makes bearmarkets extremely painful. Attrition happens in those situations.

Which deserted, highly innovative and likely inflationary flavour-of-the-week-coin have you been at?  Wink


(wanted to buy VTC today but figured it is still too high!)
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November 12, 2014, 09:04:37 AM
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14 days low: 0.0072
14 days high: 0.00801

low volatility, which is good in the bigger picture.

The 14-days-low was 14 days ago, the high was today and last days which means we are on the up.

buysupport could be a bit better but ok, nothing is perfect. Can come in any minute, who knows.
The fudding took away a bit of support yesterday. That needs to be replaced.
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November 12, 2014, 09:14:42 AM
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quick update - promised the fam a day out so....

IXcoin wallet does not seem to like the wallet.dat (which may well be integrally corrupted, ill keep trying)  Multiple fresh downloads = the same result. (the application has requested Runtime to shutdown in an unusual way {paraphasing}

It essentially shuts down, WITH the 30k but unable to transfer or even sync fully


UNO - all good, i pulled 1 UNO out to make sure it didnt have the same issue as IXC does. for some reason chainz reported that as 10 but it was only uno...

LTC - 3 wks behind. (i'll be off out once its synched) All Good!

i DO deserve some shit for not being better prepared for disaster! all i can say in my defense is;

i WAS on my way to putting ALL my coins into these wallets, and THEN backing them up.

this is/was and will remain to be stupid.

AS SOON AS YOU HAVE YOUR COINS IN A WALLET - BACK THAT WALLET.DAT UP!!  copy - paste - done!  (and save yourself some grey hairs)

While there IS life saving software, it does NOT see to be all encompassing wrt saving everything.

not that im an external praying man - i think im now indebted to most mainstream deities as well as some netherworldly types..


AND - i will shortly be contacting the author of RecoverMyFiles with a measly contribution. They may be interested/able to tweak things in favour of wallet.dats which may well become a big business as we mature.

Finally for today - Id be interested in the BW thread/s if Balu is willing to PM/post the details and/or links.

We dont need any potentially harmful influences among us, but theyre 'coming' so we should be prepared/fore-armed with as much info as we can digest.


Good you can save a large part of your time and effort spent on building the future Smiley


As for backup, create a new wallet, encrypt it, and then back it up. It doesn't matter if you have coins in there or not, what matters is that you have a backup of the keys. Once you have those, you'll always have access to the coins as coins are stored as transactions inside the blockchain. So, it's important crucial to backup after each address action.


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November 12, 2014, 10:18:46 AM
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Hey, Mike.

I gotta get this clear: back up dat file on at least two usb's after every transaction?

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November 12, 2014, 10:35:50 AM
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Well, transactions don't matter as those are stored inside the blockchain. But if you add or remove a send or receiving address, then yes, backup! The sending addresses don't matter much, but if you have a bunch, then having to re-enter them at some point sucks Smiley

Also, NEVER keep an un-encrypted copy around!

If you create a new wallet, the initial wallet.dat will always contain the first receiving address, un-encrypted. Suppose you back that up and then encrypt the wallet.dat, and back that up as well. Now you send 100UNO to your default address, thinking you are safe because the wallet has been encrypted. But the original wallet.dat still exists, contains the same private key and is not encrypted.
Anyway, now you have 100UNO in the first address. You add a second address and send 15UNO to that. And someone else sends you 20UNO to your first address.
You wallet shows you have 135 UNO. You backup the wallet (do it once in a while anyway)

Now someone finds your unencrypted wallet.dat and imports that into his wallet application. He now has full access to the original address as that is stored inside the wallet.dat without password or anything! After syncing he sees 120UNO and sends them to another address. You lose the coins! Your wallet will show the transaction, 120UNO out, and 15UNO remain because the un-encrypted wallet.dat does not contain a private key for the second address that was added later so the thief does not have access to that.

Hope this sheds a bit of light on the importance of encryption and backing up Smiley

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@backup: each time you send coins it creates a change-adress where the change gets in (inputs and outputs don't match each other). That's a new adress which you don't see. So it is recommended for 100% security to back up after each send. That way you will not even loose a fraction of a coin.

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lol, that guy with his 280. He must feel bad. He's moving it down where ever but at the same time doesn't realise he's the only one interested in selling that low  Cheesy
And of course he needs to sell in one order.  Roll Eyes
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@backup: each time you send coins it creates a change-adress where the change gets in (inputs and outputs don't match each other). That's a new adress which you don't see. So it is recommended for 100% security to back up after each send. That way you will not even loose a fraction of a coin.

Well, never stop learning apparently  Grin
I'm sure there's other reasons to backup as well, signed messages I think? Just... Backup Smiley

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@backup: each time you send coins it creates a change-adress where the change gets in (inputs and outputs don't match each other). That's a new adress which you don't see. So it is recommended for 100% security to back up after each send. That way you will not even loose a fraction of a coin.

Well, never stop learning apparently  Grin
I'm sure there's other reasons to backup as well, signed messages I think? Just... Backup Smiley


if you let's say send 10 LTC/BTC/UNO/... to your adress you have one input with 10. Now you want to send only 2 out. If you check on the explorer in most cases the 10 are gone and the remaining 8 go into a change-adress which you do not directly see in the GUI.
I noticed this first time when i noticed a difference between my actual hotwallet ballance and what the explorer showed. Not many know it apparently.

If you have large inputs and small outputs (you receive a lot at once but only send out small amounts) there can end up quite a bit in those change-adresses.

Best is to say: make a backup from time to time or if you're paranoid about loosing coins every time you have sent coins but that's also where the sense for a hotwallet comes in.
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November 12, 2014, 06:02:31 PM
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Do we have a Chinese language thread?  Should we post a bounty to get our OP translated?  Or better yet, does anyone here know the language or have good friend who does?
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November 12, 2014, 06:16:55 PM
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Market cap took a nice little hop today thanks to the price of Btc, and because someone bought up that little sell wall on Cryptsy bringing Uno back up to .008.

It was nice to see an accumulation opportunity. I only had enough loose btc for 100 of that Uno sell wall. Wish I could have bought it all. Kudos to whoever got the best of it.

@Mike18feb, good to see you in the Uno forum. Welcome.

@vector.iso there's no Chinese thread I'm aware of. I'd love to find a Uno enthusiast who speaks Chinese and could nurture it.




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Do we have a Chinese language thread?  Should we post a bounty to get our OP translated?  Or better yet, does anyone here know the language or have good friend who does?

Possibly can arrange this.  (I have access to ... Chinese National/Not a friend)  So they wouldn't 'volunteer' my guess 4-5 uno to get them convinced.

Therefore, if no one else, then I can see to it.  
(but I think best to work with Chinese speaking UNO fan)


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November 12, 2014, 07:05:02 PM
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Bittrex now needs Uno average daily trade volume for the last 7 days to exceed 0.2 BTC.

Uno is not in danger of de-listing, but even so -- let's not forget to nurture UNO's markets a bit and keep them viable.
I try to spread my buys around whenever it's possible.

Bittrex is has been good place to trade for me. Lots of potential there.

Want to trade Uno/Usd?  Bleutrade now has a USD market and there are both buy/sell orders out there. 
Comkort exchange has also started a USD market and is trying to get it off the ground.
Allcrypt has Doge/Ltc/Naut/Btc markets for Uno. Don't forget to check there for deals.

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@wallet backups discussion - "change address"!  That's a new term for me.  I was wondering about what I was seeing on the various blockchains.  Tough to discuss something you don't have words for.  Ok, everyone backup after every outgoing send, too!  (...Or if you are more sophisticated, only when you can see on the blockchain that a change address has been sent to, but looking that up takes more effort than just doing the backup anyway.)

I never send to the first address that's generated automatically in wallets, now apparently unsecure.  They always seemed creepy and dirty, proving once again that I really am psychic, no kidding on that.  I had no way of knowing this.

As for saving your new send addresses and messages, I was just discussing the critical path to protecting your coins.  Bummed I missed the "change address" case, though.

Ok, just backup everytime you use for wallet for anything.   Grin
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coming days and weeks will be the best time for the sharks to get their uno from the bitcoin-lovers.
Trading according to Litecoin can't go wrong - and i think we see that 50$ for Litecoin again next Spring. Maybe even much higher. It will be madness around here.

That's one fat as green candle today.
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@Mike18feb, good to see you in the Uno forum. Welcome.

Well, technically I've been here for... as long as I can remember. But still, nice to be welcomed Smiley



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Guys, do you know if anybody has managed to get their UNOs from MintGox? Undecided
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