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Author Topic: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Update to 0.10 Wallet - Merge Mine w/BTC!  (Read 920334 times)
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April 03, 2014, 12:59:04 AM
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I hate to lose UNO markets.

Me too.  Why Mint Pal wants Penguincoin on their exchange, but not Unobtanium is beyond me.   

Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that it's a SHA-256 coin with less than 1Th/s network hashrate (currently 99,740.0 Mh/s or 99.7Gh/s), which is incredibly pathetic for a SHA-256 coin. It means almost nobody is mining it, which means it's practically dead. In comparison, MCZ which is just another countrycoin/shitcoin scam has 1.5Ph/s (1,566,312,248.8 Mh/s or 1,565,312Gh/s or 1,565Th/s) just to put it into perspective for you.
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April 03, 2014, 01:24:32 AM
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Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that it's a SHA-256 coin with less than 1Th/s network hashrate (currently 99,740.0 Mh/s or 99.7Gh/s), which is incredibly pathetic for a SHA-256 coin. It means almost nobody is mining it, which means it's practically dead. In comparison, MCZ which is just another countrycoin/shitcoin scam has 1.5Ph/s (1,566,312,248.8 Mh/s or 1,565,312Gh/s or 1,565Th/s) just to put it into perspective for you.

Not sure where you're getting that figure.  Latest number from http://unobtanium.io/ shows 27TH/s and rising over the last week along with the price.  Even at UNO's peak during the Feb pump where it climbed to .05ish, the hash rarely got over 60TH/s.

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April 03, 2014, 02:44:25 AM
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Not sure where you're getting that figure.  Latest number from http://unobtanium.io/ shows 27TH/s and rising over the last week along with the price.  Even at UNO's peak during the Feb pump where it climbed to .05ish, the hash rarely got over 60TH/s.

Interesting, it seems that everywhere I look has a different network hashrate, so I don't know which one to believe.

http://www.cryptocoinsinfo.com/sha-256-coins/unobtanium/unobtanium-uno/ states 99.7 Gh/s

http://unobtanium.io/ states 30.7 Th/s

https://coinex.pw/mining/pools states 61.2 Th/s
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April 03, 2014, 02:57:59 AM
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Interesting, it seems that everywhere I look has a different network hashrate, so I don't know which one to believe.

http://www.cryptocoinsinfo.com/sha-256-coins/unobtanium/unobtanium-uno/ states 99.7 Gh/s

http://unobtanium.io/ states 30.7Gh/s

https://coinex.pw/mining/pools states 61.2 Gh/s

difficulty is between 300k and 1.5 million steady. So it should realy be terrahash and petahash soon. gigahash is long over for uno. Expect it to stand next to litecoin soon. You are actually even quoting wrong numbers from your own sources.
according to one of your sources it reached a high of 167,589,978.0 Mh/s  in last 24h - which is 167 Terrahash

coinex gives 57 Th/s - that 219 gh/s is just their own pool.

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April 03, 2014, 03:27:05 AM
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difficulty is between 300k and 1.5 million steady. So it should realy be terrahash and petahash soon. gigahash is long over for uno. Expect it to stand next to litecoin soon. You are actually even quoting wrong numbers from your own sources.
according to one of your sources it reached a high of 167,589,978.0 Mh/s  in last 24h - which is 167 Terrahash

coinex gives 57 Th/s - that 219 gh/s is just their own pool.

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Derp, I meant 61.2 Th/s, I'll fix it now.
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April 03, 2014, 03:30:21 AM
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yeah, it's terrahash. You better be mining or buying Wink
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April 03, 2014, 03:59:11 AM
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yeah, it's terrahash. You better be mining or buying Wink

I'll never touch a coin JacobUX has had a hand in, ever.

Good luck.
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April 03, 2014, 04:24:33 AM
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yeah, it's terrahash. You better be mining or buying Wink

I'll never touch a coin JacobUX has had a hand in, ever.

Good luck.

yes please, don't make the devs of uno, its investors and this community guilty for what went wrong with another coin the same guy designed the logo for as uno.
Jeez!
wolong probably also lied to jacobux. I don't know the details and i don't want to know them tbh. I would have never invested in panada but that's offtopic here.
Sorry for your losses. 
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April 03, 2014, 04:49:31 AM
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yes please, don't make the devs of uno, its investors and this community guilty for what went wrong with another coin the same guy designed the logo for as uno.
Jeez!
wolong probably also lied to jacobux. I don't know the details and i don't want to know them tbh. I would have never invested in panada but that's offtopic here.
Sorry for your losses.  

I haven't suffered any loses. I didn't mine or buy PANDA. And if I'm not mistaken JacobUX might still be involved with UNO in some way (think I read something about him paying for server costs or something like that, but I'm not 100% positive about this). In any case anyone investing time, energy and resources into a coin that is or has been and can still be associated with known scammers are the only ones that run the risk of losing and getting burned. Meanwhile, people like me who distance themselves from anything known scammers have a hand in will never get burned.

Wolong might have just lied to JacobUX, but that doesn't mean JacobUX hasn't lied to everyone else as well; to me both of them are red flags regardless of who's currently lying through their teeth. And I'm sorry that your dev, your invenstors and your community have been sullied by any involvement JacobUX has had with this coin; but the fact that he has some involvement could be an indication of even more involvement from him in the background. So many here, including myself, decide to stay away from anything he and his stooges have touched in any way.

I'm not really up to discussing this any further; we'll only go around in circles with me stating my opinion and you trying to debunk my opinion. I don't need nor want you to try to debunk my opinion and try to change my mind. I'm an adult and can reason with even a modicum of intelligence completely on my own without anyone trying to convince me in any way. So again, good luck.
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April 03, 2014, 05:11:04 AM
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that's alright. good luck for you too.
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April 03, 2014, 06:21:37 AM
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My conspiracy theory on UNO is that certain people will lie, cheat, and steal Un, making it look bad, corrupting aspects at times, only to collect more of it, and when most people drop it, suddenly we'll wake up to see it over parity with BTC.  It's what the bankers and government are already doing with BTC.  Someone's always buying when everyone else is dumping in a panic.  Is this happening with UNO?  I don't really have evidence, but considering each point of drama, there usually appears to be a hidden hand behind it.

Like my entertaining theory?  (Rhetorical question.  You're not supposed to respond to it.)
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April 03, 2014, 09:04:17 AM
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does anyone know, if the halving is going to happen at 300 000, or 306 000,
as i understand last halving has occured a little bit earlier than it should have Smiley
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April 04, 2014, 01:28:57 AM
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I've been watching this little rally. Seems to be a seasoned buyer who is accumulating UNO on Cryptsy. Been watching him work his orders, put up a spike to attract attention, then bring it do and have sellers chase him to his floor. He just put up 200 UNO floor at .006.  Not showing a big flashy Wolong hand, but he's consistently accumulating, biding his time.  This doesn't appear to be the typical p&d activity. I don't sense any organized group around this one.

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April 04, 2014, 03:00:12 PM
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that's it, it halved at block 300 000, now the payout is 0.125
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April 04, 2014, 05:59:21 PM
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that's it, it halved at block 300 000, now the payout is 0.125

You're right! It halved early, at least according to unobtanium.io, which predicted a halving at 306000.


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April 04, 2014, 09:21:55 PM
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Hi there, will crosspost to here since official thread is locked.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=557623.0

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April 04, 2014, 09:52:41 PM
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Hi there, will crosspost to here since official thread is locked.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=557623.0

Thanks, Roy7. Guess we'll see.  I noticed about 20 mins ago that there were stuck transactions in my wallet. They've since cleared but it took a very long time. They're usually instantaneous. It probably took 15 mins to get first confirm.

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April 04, 2014, 10:17:12 PM
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Thanks, Roy7. Guess we'll see.  I noticed about 20 mins ago that there were stuck transactions in my wallet. They've since cleared but it took a very long time. They're usually instantaneous. It probably took 15 mins to get first confirm.

The big flood of blocks makes the diff skyrocket, so real blocks that hold transactions get really slow. Can keep an eye on things at

http://rockchain.info/chain/Unobtanium

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April 04, 2014, 11:04:10 PM
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My coin at coinex is certainly unobtanium!  Cheesy

/*edit*/ I just checked it's back up Grin

its obtainum again.

1BLQLWHBRtwVff1TtQKLj5fXz7WnmUyx31
LftyEbt5V9ydY9xVFKAu37bAZkhwJ75819
https://cex.io/r/1/efc17/0/
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April 04, 2014, 11:47:30 PM
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Thanks, Roy7. Guess we'll see.  I noticed about 20 mins ago that there were stuck transactions in my wallet. They've since cleared but it took a very long time. They're usually instantaneous. It probably took 15 mins to get first confirm.

The big flood of blocks makes the diff skyrocket, so real blocks that hold transactions get really slow. Can keep an eye on things at

http://rockchain.info/chain/Unobtanium

Looks like this address is winning a ton of blocks.  Pool I hope, and not an attacker.
http://rockchain.info/address/mpkwwWGaPM3HK627M5ffr9PELbb97gp8Ab

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