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Author Topic: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Update to 0.10 Wallet - Merge Mine w/BTC!  (Read 951175 times)
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June 26, 2014, 10:33:12 AM
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he just transferred out another 150 coins from his wallet to a new wallet with 350 coins

http://cryptexplorer.com/tx/39ce1cfa531247b30b313d76ffc9110a138e0234af602e1bc44be879dac403b0#i3

wait for 350 coins to be dumped


That a$$hole probably has some of my Uno in there as well...

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June 26, 2014, 11:55:57 AM
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Is coinex still operating??



Coinex.pw is still online but it's been abandoned for months. No support. No withdrawals. It's a honeypot -- coins go in but they never come out.  

The CoinEx chatbox is still up; it's filled all day long with messages like these that I saw today:


Sadly Coinex was a big pool miner and exchange for UNO.

If anyone has uno there still, or lost uno, you can still go to coinex.pw and get your deposit addresses for btc and uno; it may be helpful later. The site could go down at any moment.

I've contacted Cloudflare about taking down the site's dns, but they don't care.

What I hope comes out of all this is a stronger UNO, with long term community members buying up these coins cheap.  If this is what's truly going on (stolen coins being dumped), I want you guys and myself to have them. I can't buy 'em all myself. Smiley

Anyone just joining this discussion go back and read https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=527500.msg7515755#msg7515755

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June 26, 2014, 02:39:17 PM
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Unobtanium has been added to the new Game of Dice website - launched today.

http://www.gameofdice.com/UNO

1% house edge.
Quick return payments.

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June 26, 2014, 03:22:10 PM
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Reading about DRK 'instamine' keep me thinking about how high should UNO be at?

UNO is the only 'true' no premine no instamine as far as I know.
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June 26, 2014, 04:41:57 PM
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As if we needed any further proof, I can confirm with 100% certainty that the uLpiP- address belonged to Coinex. It seems to have held most or all of the UNO on Coinex until the "hack."  

I mined at CoinEx and the withdrawals I received came from the uLpiP address we have been tracking.

I understand I am giving up a little privacy here, but so be it.

My withdrawal from Coinex went from:
uLpiP5hE8fPF4iEvhix4HCKTTWfWADZTb5 (uLpiP)

to my wallet:
uLuZVXdcdKK3mrPbCfm7JoN9ByZyo76kwr    

Here is the transaction connecting uLpiP (Coinex) to uLuZ :
http://cryptexplorer.com/tx/e56deda7f0f4b8ac49dc2ebad72eb20da7d63e59de5cc48e4b637a616ffba089#o1

Here is the transaction in my wallet:


And here it is in my Coinex.pw account:


With Voluntarist500's work connecting  uLpiP to the huge wallet that has been liquidating, I think there's little doubt that the uno being dumped on the market is the stolen Uno from Coinex.  Read V500's post here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=527500.msg7517867#msg7517867

If you missed the original post that began this discussion, read here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=527500.msg7515755#msg7515755

[edited to correct an error I made. I realized later I control uLuZ, removed the reference to my Cryptsy address.]

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June 26, 2014, 06:07:19 PM
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I too can confirm receiving mining dividends from CoinEx via this: uLpiP5hE8fPF4iEvhix4HCKTTWfWADZTb5 address. I was mining on CoinEx shortly after they added and my wallet is full of transactions with this as the source address.

Interesting do-ings afoot here...sorry for being gone for the last week, love this conversation and our team's detective work!
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June 26, 2014, 06:37:03 PM
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I too can confirm receiving mining dividends from CoinEx via this: uLpiP5hE8fPF4iEvhix4HCKTTWfWADZTb5 address. I was mining on CoinEx shortly after they added and my wallet is full of transactions with this as the source address.

Interesting do-ings afoot here...sorry for being gone for the last week, love this conversation and our team's detective work!

Hi Blazr2, welcome back!

Well, it beats working. Smiley

I just made a big edit to that post. Turns out I control the uLuz address in one of my wallet.dat's.   I had received the uno in my wallet and then I sent it on to Cryptsy. I corrected for that. Anyway, still proves the same thing.

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June 26, 2014, 07:45:06 PM
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very good. So we have the proof uLpiP was their wallet.
They moved coins to uffGuBZ 2 days after they claimed a hack. They moved them in amounts of 250 and 150 to go unnoticed probably. A real hacker would not have withdrawn in that manner since he would have been afraid to loose access to the coins.
Later today when i find the time i will try to link the time of their transactions out of uffGuBZ to the huge dumps that occured so we can tell what their wallet-adresses at cryptsy and mintpal are.


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June 26, 2014, 08:33:27 PM
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Hey y'all,

So, I am a little unclear on this, but if I possess a 60 GH/s Butterfly Labs ASIC, would I be able to set that up to run and mine a SHA-256 algorithm cryptography based currency like Unobtanium?

I was initially under the impression that an ASIC would only mine Bitcoin, but now there are other SHA-256 based coins such as Scotcoin and Unobtanium that I am interested in testing out as the profitability of Bitcoin mining on metered electric has reached a questionable status.

I'm sorry if this question has already been asked. I am relatively new to running a mining operation. I have a lot more experience as a technical analyst and day trader. I do have some computer programming and hacking experience, so what I really need are probably just some pointers to the right hotlinks with directions to follow or the simple answer "no that's not possible."

I have read that the ASICs will crunch any data, it doesn't matter what you throw at them. Is this just a matter of downloading cgminer and copying and pasting a .conf file to mine in a different pool?

Some assistance would be grand!

Thanks, in advance, for your time.

Edit: I'm doing some research for myself now to see if this is possible.

Double Edit: I guess I'm a little too late to join the party.

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June 26, 2014, 08:40:47 PM
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I'm not familiar with coinex or what happened so I had to look up some background info and found a couple of pieces covering the so-called coinex hack from March 2014:

http://www.coindesk.com/coinex-pw-hacked-will-cover-losses

http://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/news/coinex-pw-hacked-all-coins-stolen/2014/03/19

Is coinex still operating??


Unfortunatelly yes. I am not entirely up to date either, but last i checked the website was still up and we already had the case of a new community member buying coins there and being unable to withdraw them.
Apparently you can still register and deposit coins, even trade. But you cannot withdraw your coins.

This is such a massive scam, I wonder why nobody seems to be able to do anything about it. Somebody has to keep the service and server running, who pays the bills? They need to be shut down.

No you BTC deposit won't work also. I know this from my stupidity. My multipool.us have CoinEX as auto payout wallet for BTC. All BTC moved as soon as it reaches blockchain and NONE showed up on the exchange's balance. Stupid me! Sad

For all your detective out there if you want to check to blockchain, here's my CoinEX's payout address 14VLNQcr9Bi7QVAvLGys8d5mD5kCdt5efb ***DO NOT SEND ANY COINS THERE, THIS IS NOT MINE

Wow the transactions for your Coinex btc address lead to some really big wallets. I followed it to here...
https://blockchain.info/address/16R14EH4v8A9GPXkAAP8gcMFBA8oxA8nbY

He's moving coins today. They've been split and moved many times already today.  I think V500 freaked him out. Smiley

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June 26, 2014, 09:53:29 PM
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I'll be damned, that wallet has a freaking huge volume. >412k BTC  Shocked

Maybe that is the wallet of one of the bigger BTC exchanges, that they're using to "cash out" into fiat? I'm really just taking a wild guess here. I am not nearly at good at this detective work as y'all. Very exciting stuff though!

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June 26, 2014, 10:08:07 PM
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I just learned that Atomic-Trade.com is closing their UNO market tomorrow.

I'm sad to hear about it. Its a nice U.S.-based exchange, but the thin volume forced Atomic-Trade to close it. I can't say I blame them. No trading = no market.

I wish Atomic-Trade well.  If you have Un there, you'll want to go get it right away.

We still have plenty of great markets for Uno.  But it's a good reminder...
If you like a Uno exchange, be sure to trade there. Use 'em or lose 'em!

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June 26, 2014, 10:10:21 PM
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it is hard to pinpoint exactly but what you find if you compare uffG-wallet to marketactivity is that the transfers roughly match dumps on the market

http://cryptexplorer.com/address/uffGuBZtoJTP8f4nAQKRSCrxKWECzugXn3

one significant dump has occured on 28th of may with roughly 2100 Un dumped at cryptsy.

Around that time these transactions occur in the uffG-wallet

8988d3b626...   393068   2014-05-27 01:10:09   (250)   4250   UNO
8988d3b626...   393068   2014-05-27 01:10:09   (250)   4000   UNO

to this adress:
http://cryptexplorer.com/address/ueTsSiRv7XGWVLD1msv7SyLD2wu8We93fZ

it contained around 1100 Un

i think there is a good chance that
ueTsSiRv7XGWVLD1msv7SyLD2wu8We93fZ
is one of their deposit adresses at cryptsy


 This is data everybody can extract with just a few mouseclicks. So that's the dump of the 28th of may which was hurting us big at that time and taking us from 0.006 back down to 0.004

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June 26, 2014, 10:24:34 PM
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Quickly - not only clear UNO off of Atomic-trade, since they just said they are dropping it...now, but RETAIN A COPY OF YOUR UNO ADDRESS THERE.  You may want that.
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June 26, 2014, 10:26:11 PM
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Quickly - not only clear UNO off of Atomic-trade, since they just said they are dropping it...now, but RETAIN A COPY OF YOUR UNO ADDRESS THERE.  You may want that.

fuck! another one!

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June 26, 2014, 10:40:07 PM
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Was just looking into possibly purchasing a few of these off of cryptsy but after taking a look at the weak buy support decided otherwise.

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June 26, 2014, 10:50:37 PM
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to the mUNe ! Cheesy

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June 26, 2014, 10:55:32 PM
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a lot of transactions occured in the uffG-wallet between the 12th and 15th of june

b7aaf50eee...   421662   2014-06-12 01:01:56   (150)   1950   UNO
b7aaf50eee...   421662   2014-06-12 01:01:56   (150)   1800   UNO
3823abc4be...   421751   2014-06-12 01:18:19   (150)   1650   UNO
eb4c28488b...   421768   2014-06-12 01:34:35   (150)   1500   UNO
ca6f95b286...   426821   2014-06-14 20:12:14   (150)   1350   UNO
ca6f95b286...   426821   2014-06-14 20:12:14   (150)   1200   UNO
ca6f95b286...   426821   2014-06-14 20:12:14   (150)   1050   UNO
85428c285b...   427025   2014-06-14 23:31:50   (150)   900   UNO
85428c285b...   427025   2014-06-14 23:31:50   (150)   750   UNO
85428c285b...   427025   2014-06-14 23:31:50   (150)   600   UNO
d8a5d6bebf...   427362   2014-06-15 04:22:51   (150)   450   UNO
d8a5d6bebf...   427362   2014-06-15 04:22:51   (150)   300   UNO

they also match market-activity in that time



we can probably learn more of their deposit adresses on exchanges from these txid's

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June 26, 2014, 10:58:57 PM
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Was just looking into possibly purchasing a few of these off of cryptsy but after taking a look at the weak buy support decided otherwise.

check out the buy support on mintpal.  lots more substantial orders.  if you read this thread, you can figure out why we've all lowered our bids over the past couple days.

You might want to reconsider, I think in about 7-10 days we're going to be in an excellent position to move up Wink
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June 26, 2014, 11:15:50 PM
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Hey y'all,

So, I am a little unclear on this, but if I possess a 60 GH/s Butterfly Labs ASIC, would I be able to set that up to run and mine a SHA-256 algorithm cryptography based currency like Unobtanium?

I was initially under the impression that an ASIC would only mine Bitcoin, but now there are other SHA-256 based coins such as Scotcoin and Unobtanium that I am interested in testing out as the profitability of Bitcoin mining on metered electric has reached a questionable status.

I'm sorry if this question has already been asked. I am relatively new to running a mining operation. I have a lot more experience as a technical analyst and day trader. I do have some computer programming and hacking experience, so what I really need are probably just some pointers to the right hotlinks with directions to follow or the simple answer "no that's not possible."

I have read that the ASICs will crunch any data, it doesn't matter what you throw at them. Is this just a matter of downloading cgminer and copying and pasting a .conf file to mine in a different pool?

Some assistance would be grand!

Thanks, in advance, for your time.

Edit: I'm doing some research for myself now to see if this is possible.

Double Edit: I guess I'm a little too late to join the party.

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