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Author Topic: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Update to 0.10 Wallet - Merge Mine w/BTC!  (Read 950075 times)
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June 24, 2014, 12:38:11 PM
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Did anyone else here send UNO to Coinnext when they announced their Unobtanium market?

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June 24, 2014, 01:12:38 PM
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mintpal-dump. Congrats who catched that. Huh Lips sealed
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June 24, 2014, 01:21:07 PM
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Did anyone else here send UNO to Coinnext when they announced their Unobtanium market?
Yup.  They said they would return it, and I gave them an address to send them to, but still nuttin'.

Here is a sample of their latest chat record:

Donationco...: Admn?
Donationco...: Any admin in chat?
ajamoen: doge wallet error ... arrgh..
Ceigufoo: hi
Ceigufoo: please help me
Ceigufoo: ?
Ceigufoo: my exchange sales litecoin. But the exchange of more than six hours, that is not complete and bitcoin to me.
Ceigufoo: ?
MarC: hello everyone
MarC: is there a admin available?
MarC: wish this exchange had more traffic and more admin
MarC: withdraw not working
32xxl: admin? how many time site needs to make withdrawal??

 Cry

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[edit:  strikethrough, below.  UNO refunded!!]
I don't think they are a scam, but they are about close to becoming one.
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June 24, 2014, 01:36:30 PM
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Uh, that doesn't exactly inspire confidence in the exchange. Unresponsive support is causing my alarm bells to ring (CoinEx, Cryptorush).

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June 24, 2014, 05:51:29 PM
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CoinNext has refunded all of my UNO that was trapped in another dimension there for a while.  (Balance didn't even show, as they decided to pull it after the original wallet problems.)

The even better news:  I guess we can deduce that they now have:

1.)  A working Linux UNO wallet
2.)  It's another client with the latest version, to help with the changeover!!!

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June 24, 2014, 06:05:38 PM
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CoinNext has refunded all of my UNO that was trapped in another dimension there for a while.  (Balance didn't even show, as they decided to pull it after the original wallet problems.)

The even better news:  I guess we can deduce that they now have:

1.)  A working Linux UNO wallet
2.)  It's another client with the latest version, to help with the changeover!!!

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I received my UNO from them as well.

CoinNext is legit.

Sadly they told me they decided not to add UNO at this time.  That leaves us with 8 great exchanges to work with -- I think we'll survive.

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June 24, 2014, 07:34:16 PM
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someone just dumped 713 uno on cryptsy to 0.003:) I'm glad i cought some of it Smiley
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June 24, 2014, 07:48:45 PM
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hey, do we have any widgets or anything that functions as an aesthetically pleasing public address for a website?
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June 24, 2014, 08:33:08 PM
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Great that you got your coins from CoinNext Benefactor and FallingKnife! Glad I was wrong and they apparently acted super fast after you posted here. Shame they won't add Unobtanium, but on the other hand we're already on most top exchanges, plus several up and coming smaller ones. Lack of exchanges is certainly not one of our problems.

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June 25, 2014, 12:20:02 AM
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every time you mention 'wolong' on this thread the price drops. lol
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June 25, 2014, 12:27:16 AM
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i don't understand how Falling Knife can have 42 connections to the network but I still haven't gone over 8?
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June 25, 2014, 12:42:35 AM
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i don't understand how Falling Knife can have 42 connections to the network but I still haven't gone over 8?

Simple. By compiled in default the wallet establishes at most 8 outbound connections.You are behind NAT. This means the pc on that you run the wallet has no public address so it can't accept incoming connections from internet without extra effort. You have two options:

1) set your router to forward incoming connections from WAN interface to your PC at port 65534;
2) try to run the wallet with -upnp option if the router supports UPNP and the wallet was built with UPNP support.
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June 25, 2014, 12:50:38 AM
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every time you mention 'wolong' on this thread the price drops. lol




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June 25, 2014, 01:42:17 AM
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i don't understand how Falling Knife can have 42 connections to the network but I still haven't gone over 8?

Simple. By compiled in default the wallet establishes at most 8 outbound connections.You are behind NAT. This means the pc on that you run the wallet has no public address so it can't accept incoming connections from internet without extra effort. You have two options:

1) set your router to forward incoming connections from WAN interface to your PC at port 65534;
2) try to run the wallet with -upnp option if the router supports UPNP and the wallet was built with UPNP support.


I am on a mac, btw.

Sorry, you said that was simple, but that doesn't sound simple to me.  can you put this in layman's terms for me?  Again, i'm sorry, but I'm more of an average user than a hardcore crypto guy.

What is NAT?
what does my router have to do with anything?
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June 25, 2014, 01:56:35 AM
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i don't understand how Falling Knife can have 42 connections to the network but I still haven't gone over 8?

Simple. By compiled in default the wallet establishes at most 8 outbound connections.You are behind NAT. This means the pc on that you run the wallet has no public address so it can't accept incoming connections from internet without extra effort. You have two options:

1) set your router to forward incoming connections from WAN interface to your PC at port 65534;
2) try to run the wallet with -upnp option if the router supports UPNP and the wallet was built with UPNP support.


I am on a mac, btw.

Sorry, you said that was simple, but that doesn't sound simple to me.  can you put this in layman's terms for me?  Again, i'm sorry, but I'm more of an average user than a hardcore crypto guy.

What is NAT?
what does my router have to do with anything?

I just left my wallet on for a few days straight, and it gathered a lot of connections.
I rebooted today and now I'm back down to 23 connections.

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June 25, 2014, 02:57:48 AM
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Wondering if anyone here had previously lost UNO from Coinex, in their first hack.

If so, can you pm me?  I have a question for you.

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June 25, 2014, 07:24:07 AM
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i don't understand how Falling Knife can have 42 connections to the network but I still haven't gone over 8?

Simple. By compiled in default the wallet establishes at most 8 outbound connections.You are behind NAT. This means the pc on that you run the wallet has no public address so it can't accept incoming connections from internet without extra effort. You have two options:

1) set your router to forward incoming connections from WAN interface to your PC at port 65534;
2) try to run the wallet with -upnp option if the router supports UPNP and the wallet was built with UPNP support.


I am on a mac, btw.

Sorry, you said that was simple, but that doesn't sound simple to me.  can you put this in layman's terms for me?  Again, i'm sorry, but I'm more of an average user than a hardcore crypto guy.

What is NAT?
what does my router have to do with anything?

Read this please:
NAT - Network Address Translation

and this: NAT traversal, to answer the second question.
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June 25, 2014, 04:38:38 PM
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I'd like to know how you are reading this Uno market?

I have an opinion, but would love to hear yours first. Is anyone is seeing what I am seeing?

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June 25, 2014, 05:00:34 PM
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I'd like to know how you are reading this Uno market?

I have an opinion, but would love to hear yours first. Is anyone is seeing what I am seeing?

low price, low volume.
Last dump was really a pain because it took out some buysupport that built up for days. If there is more dumping price will rebound to 0.003 at least pretty quick. As soon the dumping stops and buysupport can build up for a few days or maybe a week buying will start at a point after that. When buying starts we will see very fast appreciation. I think it also depends on general altcoinmarket.
Probably very good entry here.
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I wouldn't be surprised at all if this market would turn to the upside very fast. At one point it surely will. When it turns it will be fast and who is not in will be left behind.

in the meantime: why not sell some alpaca socks for uno? Wink
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June 25, 2014, 05:22:10 PM
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i'm seeing bears clawing us. 

oh well, i'm in this to win or go down with the ship, so i'm not too worries.  Just slowly acquiring more, being careful not to go out of my budget, and trying to think of ways to create more value for Unobtanium. 

I'm going to start giving some away to interesting, tech savvy artists and creatives I am in contact with to get some people who are already peripherally aware of each other to own the same cryptocurrency.  I think we should all maybe start giving a little bit of Un to people who we think should have it in order to spread the network.
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