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Author Topic: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Merge Mine w/BTC! - Update NOW to qt 0.11.0  (Read 1039635 times)
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November 12, 2014, 10:04:42 PM
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Guys, do you know if anybody has managed to get their UNOs from MintGox? Undecided
Not lately, as far as I know. Smaller withdraws were successful initially, but larger ones stuck.

Here's a known Uno wallet at MintPal that I'm watching for movement. 
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/uno/address.dws?ue2rgaZY5xU8eCDBARMbWeZUTxvKvS7kYV.htm

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November 12, 2014, 10:10:31 PM
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Guys, do you know if anybody has managed to get their UNOs from MintGox? Undecided
Not lately, as far as I know. Smaller withdraws were successful initially, but larger ones stuck.

Here's a known Uno wallet at MintPal that I'm watching for movement. 
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/uno/address.dws?ue2rgaZY5xU8eCDBARMbWeZUTxvKvS7kYV.htm

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November 12, 2014, 10:29:15 PM
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Guys, do you know if anybody has managed to get their UNOs from MintGox? Undecided
Not lately, as far as I know. Smaller withdraws were successful initially, but larger ones stuck.

Here's a known Uno wallet at MintPal that I'm watching for movement. 
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/uno/address.dws?ue2rgaZY5xU8eCDBARMbWeZUTxvKvS7kYV.htm

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55.00000000 UNO

Withdrawal Status
Daemon-returned-error
It was one of my favourite coins Sad

Woah woah woah. Back the truck up. WAS?! What is the nincompoopery you speak of! You mean, those particular 55 uno were your favorite, but uno the commodity surely still IS one of your favorites. No thanks needed, all in a days work! 

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November 12, 2014, 11:05:48 PM
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Blindie Boy Morning Catch-Up:

@Yes, Mike. Welcome back!

@ Chinese speaker: check the charts, guys. Mona is Japanese. Yb is Chinese. Bitcoin is . . . ? The Assets jump in price when listed in Yuan. Articles on the GFC mention the strong desire of the Chinese to get out of their national currency. We should prioritise the bringing-onboard of a Chinese speaker. (Don't forget Singapore.) It's 'the Corporate Culture'!

@ Bitcoin National: DRK for Uno -- whenever you're ready, we'll do it on Un-Ex.

@ Tech Support: a 'standing thread'? with at least Mike's post on it? We really really really need to be on top of this, or we can forget 'mass adoption'!!

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November 12, 2014, 11:31:54 PM
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130 uno for 1 btc is cheap uno, no matter what the price of bitcoin is.

The perspective of someone who does not trade fiat much.  Cool

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@tech support - very good idea! That's a big bonus and uno the first coin to do it. I can't believe this is not more common.
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November 13, 2014, 12:42:34 AM
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bleutrade is nice. With this many markets for uno you can get a good deal somewhere most of the time. Nobody trading USD?
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November 13, 2014, 02:36:30 AM
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Smalltrader, IMZ is about to try btc-USD trading for the first time. Don't forget how US-centric the crypto scene is. I don't think an Australian can even get 2fa on Cryptsy. My Great Hope is a p2p network buying and selling Uno for Aus Dollars by Internet-banking. We call it 'P-WIPping' (Phone, Website, iInternet-banking, Peer to peer) Four or five 'national chapters' that P-WIP and have meetups to sell Uno for bullion would make us more price-independent than any other crypto.

@ Tech support: you guys know I am big on community. Take Nxt. Fabulous. Bleeding-edge. But the community is almost flat-out contemptuous of clunkers like me. Bad sales strategy!! I kid you not, campers, once you're in the Nxt/NRS/SAE world, it's awesome; but getting there is difficult and stressful!

IMZ recalls this same attitude in anoncoin, at least 12 or 14 months ago: too clever too help the dumboes. Well, the dumboes are our mums and  cousins and colleagues and the guy running the corner store.

(Tee hee . . . who has business cards? I wonder if IMZ is the only outfit that has business cards in their wallets?)

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November 13, 2014, 02:49:10 AM
Last edit: November 13, 2014, 04:35:03 AM by BitcoinNational
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130 uno for 1 btc
1.3  uno for 1 ltc
2.3  uno for 1 drk
9.1  uno for 1 xmr
0.25 uno for 1 usd


this is the better price model ... forget 0.00654321

bleutrade is nice. With this many markets for uno you can get a good deal somewhere most of the time. Nobody trading USD?
https://bleutrade.com/exchange/UNO/USD
... this is the real world (public) platform to show UNO is completely price independent ... we beat BTC ... now lets beat U$D Cheesy



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1. Chinese speaker -- I think we search for bilingual and already likes UNO (yes Singaporean Chinese might have the better mindset) ... for the moment it's best to make sure we at least have a Chinese tread (honestly i do not know) ... I am willing to set up a starter UNO trade club for Chinese (but this is would be a on going 6 month project -- boots on the ground/photagged).

2.  DRK for UNO ... I need some time to get positioned but yes will use UN-Ex as the clearing house.  Mostly it is a mission to get familiar with the coin communities in our market cap neighborhood.  DRK is by far the most popular.

3. @ Tech Support: a 'standing thread'? with at least Mike's post on it << that one is easy and Mike ought be the admin of that thread or at least someone who has fielded a number of 'tech' questions.  But it will be he who posts first  Wink  I'll copy-pasta old FAQs in my spare time.

4.  Business Cards ... now there's an idea to think upon ... yes yes I know I still need to get the 'UN Accepted Here' done ... soon ... but Business Cards are next there after.  

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November 13, 2014, 03:13:18 AM
Last edit: November 13, 2014, 03:30:20 AM by FallingKnife
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November 13, 2014, 03:39:34 AM
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@ Tech support: you guys know I am big on community. Take Nxt. Fabulous. Bleeding-edge. But the community is almost flat-out contemptuous of clunkers like me. Bad sales strategy!! I kid you not, campers, once you're in the Nxt/NRS/SAE world, it's awesome; but getting there is difficult and stressful!

IMZ recalls this same attitude in anoncoin, at least 12 or 14 months ago: too clever too help the dumboes. Well, the dumboes are our mums and  cousins and colleagues and the guy running the corner store.



I agree 100%

I really loathe the comic-book-guy, smarter-than-you, IT-helpdesk-worker mentality you see around crypto.  It is detrimental to any potential for mass adoption.

we are really fortunate in this community to have a good mix of experts, newbs, and everyone in between.  I'm not sure I could quantify how much I've learned from this community about cryptocoins/cryptography, markets, trading, etc.  I came in here as an almost-total newb, and am now a solid novice Wink

Sharing information with each other benefits us all. 
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November 13, 2014, 04:00:23 AM
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Unobtanium Wallet Backups 101

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=856162.msg9527518#msg9527518

Please suggest changes

EDIT: B.N. is  right -- a tech-competent person should be OP. When we get a better thread set up, I will delete this one.

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November 13, 2014, 07:22:57 AM
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Guys, we really need to continue to distinguish UNO during this BTC rally, no matter how far it goes.

I recommend pulling all sell orders below 0.0082, preferrably 0.0088, but I understand.  Further, if you do sell, consider leaving the BTC's up as buy support.  We really need to shore up the buy orders in the mid to upper 7's.

If we can just hodl price above 0.008 through the next week, then BTC'ers looking for alts to protect their gains will see the obvious choice Unobtanium represents.  Got it?

JIMHO.  Thanks.
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November 13, 2014, 07:54:41 AM
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I can add only a teaspoon, but I will forthwith.

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November 13, 2014, 08:52:59 AM
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‘Called Bitcoin4Gold, the service allows verified users to . . . .
move between bitcoin and gold, and to receive cryptographic tokens that represent physical gold holdings.

http://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin4gold-mail-bitcoin-gold-service

That’s an interesting idea. We could do it in-house with Uno and physical silver. We could call it ‘Hedges’!!

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November 13, 2014, 09:59:29 AM
Last edit: November 13, 2014, 11:21:28 AM by Zelig
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130 uno for 1 btc is cheap uno, no matter what the price of bitcoin is.

The perspective of someone who does not trade fiat much.  Cool

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@tech support - very good idea! That's a big bonus and uno the first coin to do it. I can't believe this is not more common.

LOL Smalltimer, I now have 130.49 UNO.  I have been slowly buying up in an effort to maintain 1 BTC+ worth of UNO.  

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P.S.  How many posts do you have to have to break out of newbie status?

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November 13, 2014, 10:16:00 AM
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Guys, do you know if anybody has managed to get their UNOs from MintGox? Undecided
Not lately, as far as I know. Smaller withdraws were successful initially, but larger ones stuck.

Here's a known Uno wallet at MintPal that I'm watching for movement. 
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/uno/address.dws?ue2rgaZY5xU8eCDBARMbWeZUTxvKvS7kYV.htm

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55.00000000 UNO

Withdrawal Status
Daemon-returned-error
It was one of my favourite coins Sad

Woah woah woah. Back the truck up. WAS?! What is the nincompoopery you speak of! You mean, those particular 55 uno were your favorite, but uno the commodity surely still IS one of your favorites. No thanks needed, all in a days work! 
UNO as cryptocurrency still stays one of the favourite, surely. It was just a cry in vain for the lost coins Smiley
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November 13, 2014, 11:41:58 AM
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Guys, we really need to continue to distinguish UNO during this BTC rally, no matter how far it goes.

I recommend pulling all sell orders below 0.0082, preferrably 0.0088, but I understand.  Further, if you do sell, consider leaving the BTC's up as buy support.  We really need to shore up the buy orders in the mid to upper 7's.

If we can just hodl price above 0.008 through the next week, then BTC'ers looking for alts to protect their gains will see the obvious choice Unobtanium represents.  Got it?

JIMHO.  Thanks.

bitcoin is pump and dump  Tongue
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November 13, 2014, 01:28:26 PM
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lots of support popping up out of nowhere  Shocked
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November 13, 2014, 01:37:11 PM
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Regarding backup procedure.

Backup work load should be proportional to risk. Backing up after each transaction should not be an issue as long as your equipment is reliable. I'd hate to be running a point of sale running a backup process after each sale. It's dependent on individual usage and environment.

Step 1. Research and decide upon a backup procedure that adequately fits the situation at hand.
Crypto's are a new one for me and I'm only 90% happy with my current scenario (I have to many alts it can be a pain to keep up), though I'd still rather have them in my hands than a web wallet. Community is great, take advantage of that shared knowledge and experience. If you have the time, always lean towards more backup.

Step 2. Have reliable equipment.
I use SSD's in all my computers to eliminate shock damage, though the downside is a less recoverable media in case of equipment failure. I maintain regular hardware tests to compensate. The cost is higher but it lowers risks considerably. You wouldn't cross a desert in a 10 year old voltswagon which might die any moment. Don't store your wealth on a 10 year old ex government laptop which might die at any moment. If you don't have the cash to completely replace, consider always keeping your Hard Drives Fresh and never let them cook in overheating scenarios.

Step 3. Backup to alternate reliable equipment.
I have a double USB backup used alternatively. It's relatively cheap and easy, though the Bitcoin block chain might be a problem soon.

Step 4. Backup to alternate reliable equipment in an alternate physical location.
I have an external SSD for this part. This is intended to be my cold storage unit. Robust and shock proof it will stay in an alternate location. I also have a NAS which will when enough funds justify the effort and maintenance be part of a live backup system which can store the most precious of data live in cloud storage.

Step 5. Test your backup process.
No point doing all this work if your doing it wrong. Make sure it works. Test with small amounts.

As a side note some of my wallet backups are not encrypted. This is really bad, don't do this. Always encrypt. I saw it said earlier but it should be re-iterated. If someone gets hold of an old backup file (you throw out a computer, someone hacks drop box) they can unlock your new protected super secure encypted wallet (not really but they get access to the money and completely ignore your new better backup habits). If like me you think the risks are low and you don't hold a lot of coin remember when you do hold a lot of coin and the risks become greater to move to a new address. Send your coins to yourself at a new address. As a tech guy I am surprised by how much stuff people leave on old hardware. I'm surprised we haven't heard a story about how a tech guy found a cache of bitcoin son somebodies pc yet. Though they might not be so quick to brag about it

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November 13, 2014, 01:54:09 PM
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yes yes I know I still need to get the 'UN Accepted Here' done

you can find some here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=527500.msg8591298;topicseen#msg8591298
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