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September 30, 2014, 07:28:38 AM
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many people seem not to understand how much Un is really off the market. Those orderbooks are real. Where is the supply? It is as gone as it can be. Gobbled up by the community over one full year. Everyone was able to accumulate for months with the coinex-incident and many smart investors did.
The coin is now exactly what it was designed to be: scarce
And it will be even more scarce as time passes.

Un is not a scam, it's a clean coin. That alone sets it apart from 90% of altcoins.
It has a solid fanbase and many longterm holders. It is being worked on and constantly improved in regards of its ecosystem.
The community is friendly and open.
It is probably one of the most hoarded altcoins right now and righteously so. It's a coin that you keep.
Its distribution is very good compared to other coins.
The hashrate will rise. It's a longterm winner, not just a one-week-coin.

Coins like Uno are the reason we are in crypto in the first place. Its potential isn't limited by anything.

...just my personal views on Un

Keep up the good work guys and i am sure Un will be going places, just like litecoin did.
It had a history of up and down but it'll be good in the end. Slow, but sure.  Wink

it behaves btw exactly like it was predicted so far: the higher it goes the bigger the demand. Can be quite an expensive coin later on if you think about a rising demand paired with a rapidly dwindling supply. But you know it, i don't have to preach it.  Wink

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September 30, 2014, 08:40:34 AM
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@ Prominerone: don't throw them out!

@ Sirsmokes -- I saw your avatar photo somewhere. You are Towelie!! Ian and I were talking about T-shirts that say, 'I have no idea what's goin' on.' [and 'I'm super cereal.']

@ V500. Ian and I so very often reach the same conclusions. Just today, we were saying that, once we get a fiat-UNO portal, we will shift beyond 'Btc/Uno.' Our base will be Uno/Au fiat and Uno/bullion and Uno/barter and Uno/various other cryptos. That is, we're beginning to see Uno as a 'sufficient base' for our crypto projects.

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September 30, 2014, 08:49:03 AM
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guys, the halving and bitcoin entering bull rather sooner than later and a lot of money going to come back to altcoins. It will rise so very hard.  Grin

All ICOs go to zero on a long enough timeline.
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September 30, 2014, 09:09:23 AM
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@IMZ
sure, exactly what i say: uno needs to be traded against every fiat currency possible. CNY, USD, EURO, RUR, AUD and so on.
Merchant adoption will follow the easier it is to exchange Uno to fiat and fiat to Uno.
I think first focus should be: make it as easy and conveniently to exchange as possible and as widely accessible as possible. The merchant adoption will happen spontaniously by itself once that infrastructure is in place. I think we don't have to go after merchants. They will just be starting to accept it once they feel comfortable with it. Bitcoin paves the way. We need to focus on accessibility and stability for now.

btw:
once great profits happen i am all for reinvesting parts of the money on the coin. I hope others think the same. This is a longterm thing. I want to see 1k$ for a coin in a few years time, not just dump it for pennies.

I could even imagine a community sponsored miningfarm (one time doantions) that would only be mining uno to secure the network and would pay for its own electricity. If it produces overhead we can use that for promotions. Just an idea for a future project.

The coin is totally marketable with that brand 'Unobtanium' - it is multifaceted. People will desire it for sure. Can go mainstream, no problem at all.
Needs some work to be done, but we can do it. Slow, but sure. Wink

Hope you others agree with most of that? Let's build something. Uno is among the first mover altcoins and the design is really good.

Crypto is like decentralized companies. If you think it is designed well: buy a share in it, do some work for it, give it some legs to walk on.
And with Uno it's extra easy because: low inflation , holds value very good.

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September 30, 2014, 09:36:19 AM
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What do you guys think about Android Wallet for UNO?

If possible, can somebody setup a bounty for it? I started working on it a while ago but only on my free time. If there is enough bounty I might put aside other thing and give it my full time.
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September 30, 2014, 10:03:07 AM
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What do you guys think about Android Wallet for UNO?

If possible, can somebody setup a bounty for it? I started working on it a while ago but only on my free time. If there is enough bounty I might put aside other thing and give it my full time.

Android wallet is needed of course. Not urgently but should be coming down the road for sure. You take donations, correct? Why not set up a donation-adress for it and people can just chip in a few coins over time, right?
Makes work easier for sure.
Android wallet would be great.

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September 30, 2014, 10:25:43 AM
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What do you guys think about Android Wallet for UNO?

If possible, can somebody setup a bounty for it? I started working on it a while ago but only on my free time. If there is enough bounty I might put aside other thing and give it my full time.

Android wallet is needed of course. Not urgently but should be coming down the road for sure. You take donations, correct? Why not set up a donation-adress for it and people can just chip in a few coins over time, right?


Sure I can put up a donation address, I am just more used to to getting paid after I can get the work completely done.

Here's my address if anybody willing to donate,

uM5Jvhvgoh8yNxpU5puUkmuc3ZcSUsvkGw

will try to get some screenshot posted as soon as I get back to work on it.

I did some work on OSX wallet earlier which got merge in to the main branch, and Philogus should be able to confirm that I really do work for real not just some scam wanting donation.
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September 30, 2014, 10:29:03 AM
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What do you guys think about Android Wallet for UNO?

If possible, can somebody setup a bounty for it? I started working on it a while ago but only on my free time. If there is enough bounty I might put aside other thing and give it my full time.

Android wallet is needed of course. Not urgently but should be coming down the road for sure. You take donations, correct? Why not set up a donation-adress for it and people can just chip in a few coins over time, right?


Sure I can put up a donation address, I am just more used to to getting paid after I can get the work completely done.

Here's my address if anybody willing to donate,

uaCTEckBTnocqfdu2HC7rSW8xYDquMuZL7

will try to get some screenshot posted as soon as I get back to work on it.

I did some work on OSX wallet earlier which got merge in to the main branch, and Philogus should be able to confirm that I really do work for real not just some scam wanting donation.

I'll send you a few coins now and a few coins when it's done. If 4 or 5 of the others do the same you'll have a good bounty, i think.
I trust you, you will be making a product. You didn't just show up 2 minutes ago, you have been around for a bit.
I think you get most donations after work is done anyways. Some tips now and more tips for a finished product, right?  Wink

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September 30, 2014, 11:10:23 AM
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What do you guys think about Android Wallet for UNO?

If possible, can somebody setup a bounty for it? I started working on it a while ago but only on my free time. If there is enough bounty I might put aside other thing and give it my full time.

Android wallet is needed of course. Not urgently but should be coming down the road for sure. You take donations, correct? Why not set up a donation-adress for it and people can just chip in a few coins over time, right?
Makes work easier for sure.
Android wallet would be great.

In the absence of having a dedicated Android app, you can use my rushwallet fork jswallet on Android or iOS:

http://cryptap.us/uno/jswallet

I use it exclusively now, just to eat my own dog food Smiley It is nice to be able to walk around with some coin.

But please do continue with a independent Android app, it's a worthy goal.

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September 30, 2014, 11:28:18 AM
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@ V500, although I agree with almost all above -- and I will kick in for the android-wallet bounty -- I shall quietly champion the notion that neglecting  grass-roots merchant-network development is a fundamental tactical error for a coin like ours. Friends, family, work colleagues, local merchants -- all can be woven directly into our network. This leaves us more independent of Bitcoin. This facilitates p2p fiat-Uno trading. This facilitates p2p bullion trading. This leaves us more resilient if the GFC gets ugly.

@ Cryptapus: gonna try your wallet!

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September 30, 2014, 11:50:42 AM
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What do you guys think about Android Wallet for UNO?

If possible, can somebody setup a bounty for it? I started working on it a while ago but only on my free time. If there is enough bounty I might put aside other thing and give it my full time.

Which approach are you taking? There seems to be at least 2 app styles. There's the one where you download the entire altcoin blockchain, and then there's Mycellium approach, where the blockchain is hosted.

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September 30, 2014, 11:58:45 AM
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Unobtanium Dice, Coinbomb and Transparent Ponzi Games!

There are now vanity addresses for the games (the old addresses will still work, no current plans to disable them). Webpage has been altered with QR codes to make playing via jswallet or QR reader easy:

http://cryptap.us/uno/dice

Large increase in max dice bets, lengthened the bomb and ponzi games.

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September 30, 2014, 12:13:21 PM
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What do you guys think about Android Wallet for UNO?

If possible, can somebody setup a bounty for it? I started working on it a while ago but only on my free time. If there is enough bounty I might put aside other thing and give it my full time.

Which approach are you taking? There seems to be at least 2 app styles. There's the one where you download the entire altcoin blockchain, and then there's Mycellium approach, where the blockchain is hosted.

At the moment, I'm trying not to have users download the entire blockchain on their device. So I'm working on the alternative which is having the wallet sync data with block explorer thru API to check the balance and check for transactions, which the downside would be that the wallet won't work properly when the API is down. But if I go with Mycellium approach I would need a server to host super node for Uno which I might not have the resource for. All in all, it is working in progress. Resource for UNO is very little compare to BTC at the moment, so building service and apps around it would requires lots of work and patient.
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September 30, 2014, 01:31:01 PM
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btw:
once great profits happen i am all for reinvesting parts of the money on the coin. I hope others think the same. This is a longterm thing. I want to see 1k$ for a coin in a few years time, not just dump it for pennies.

+1.      Yes i thinking the same Wink

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September 30, 2014, 02:18:07 PM
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@ V500, although I agree with almost all above -- and I will kick in for the android-wallet bounty -- I shall quietly champion the notion that neglecting  grass-roots merchant-network development is a fundamental tactical error for a coin like ours. Friends, family, work colleagues, local merchants -- all can be woven directly into our network. This leaves us more independent of Bitcoin. This facilitates p2p fiat-Uno trading. This facilitates p2p bullion trading. This leaves us more resilient if the GFC gets ugly.


ok, right, the grassroots-approach. Your departement, correct. Good idea aswell. I didn't see that too clear, but you are right, i get that idea finally. Great approach!
Some stability will be important for that. I expect uno to stay volatile for a while (to the upside) but i am confident we can get it pretty stable later on once we found the correct pricerange.  Maybe the crazy stuff doesn't even happen and we can stick to this very healthy and pretty sustainable angle of growth. Could be rising for months, why not?

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September 30, 2014, 04:39:13 PM
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Show your UNO pride with a Vanity Address.

Get the vanity generator at
http://cryptap.us/uno/vanity.html

If you're a windows user like me, download the Windows zip and extract to your desktop.
The zip file has 2 folders. One is the 32-bit version, the other the 64-bit version.
There's a batch file in either folder called something like VanityGen64start.bat.  Right click on it and Edit.



The the .bat file is just a text file.  Change the highlighted part to put in whatever you want the Vanity Address to begin with. Save the file, and then double click on it to start finding the vanity address.  After it finds a vanity address, it will write it into the adrs.txt file which will be in the same folder.



It took me about 20 seconds to generate this address with my cpu: uLUVun8LQabDumAp3i2AyYChDD8kzD59kQ
A length of 6 vanity digits (including the mandatory U as the first character) will typically take about a minute to generate, maybe less.  Add a 7th digit, and you're probably looking at 30-40 minutes to generate.  Add a 8th digit, and you'll need to leave it overnight and comeback tomorrow.  9 digits?  Come back next month. 10?  Next year sometime.

Security:  it is smart to use this only on a pc that is not connected to the internet, one that you are very confident has not had any key loggers installed. Copy your Addrs.txt file to removable media and delete it from your computer. You don't want to leave it laying around.

Importing your private key into your UNO wallet is easy.  Copy it, and then go to your UNO Wallet Console, and type:  "importprivkey," paste your private key, and then hit enter.  It will look something like this:

> importprivkey 8YKb2aYgiBGxGyyyyyyyyyyyCa4di94hDr8Sz9ubwhQVJNQTCBeVP

When the key is imported the wallet will let you know.  Now test it just to be 110% certain everything is ok, by sending a small amount (.1 uno) to your vanity address.


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September 30, 2014, 05:46:28 PM
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Lol @ IMZ I try to go by sirsmokesalotta, but it was taken here for some reason or another. Maybe on twitter? I recently started using that a little bit more. Love southpark though! I try to stay with the same name and motif through reddit and other media outlets for consistencies sake. I would like to think i have a voice behind my words and regardless of the name it comes through all the same. I like the polo troll box too, same name there as well Cheesy

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September 30, 2014, 05:55:57 PM
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AllCrypt cracks me up.  NAUT per UNO is ~53 right now, and nobody buys up the UNO on there.

https://www.allcrypt.com/market?id=744

[edit:  After I posted this, someone pulled their longstanding orders from 39-46 NAUT per UNO, quantity of 18 UNO in total, but nothing traded.  Still funny.   Grin  ]
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September 30, 2014, 05:56:27 PM
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@ V500, although I agree with almost all above -- and I will kick in for the android-wallet bounty -- I shall quietly champion the notion that neglecting  grass-roots merchant-network development is a fundamental tactical error for a coin like ours. Friends, family, work colleagues, local merchants -- all can be woven directly into our network. This leaves us more independent of Bitcoin. This facilitates p2p fiat-Uno trading. This facilitates p2p bullion trading. This leaves us more resilient if the GFC gets ugly.


ok, right, the grassroots-approach. Your departement, correct. Good idea aswell. I didn't see that too clear, but you are right, i get that idea finally. Great approach!
Some stability will be important for that. I expect uno to stay volatile for a while (to the upside) but i am confident we can get it pretty stable later on once we found the correct pricerange.  Maybe the crazy stuff doesn't even happen and we can stick to this very healthy and pretty sustainable angle of growth. Could be rising for months, why not?

I am a little.. weird? I think it is OBVIOUS from my postings, but yeah, i personally do not like selling my friends and family on things. If i do well, they are going to do well too, i don't have to convince them to take risks they aren't comfortable with. They benefit all the same with no risk of loss. Perk of being lovedtm Grin Cheesy

I don't view people who do it an any negative light as long as their motivations are altruistic in nature. If i really like something, i bring it up with people, once. If they react well and have interest, i run with it and geek out. If they are hesitant, i would rather not push them. Not my loss if they miss the ship, more for me in the end. I always feel guilty being like this in the crypto sphere. I certainly appreciate that there are people who enjoy doing this though, thank you! I try to do this indirectly, if people seek more info, i try to help the best i can.

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The Blue Crypto Award


Here is the current vote tally:


3 Votes - Chuck Hill, 3-D Printer Inventor
UNO voting address:  uVoTe1KyLjiXqrVcKoESNLZjfJRHr6XXJ4

2 Votes - Geoff Lawton, Permaculture Innovator
UNO voting address:  uVote2Qd1HQAW9VygXWW97wDdcGUWpnbtU

3 Votes - Bayer & McIntyre, Mushroom Packaging Invention Team
UNO voting address:  uVote3Z4eToCGeELiocGRdm898iRLvydsH

3 Votes - Hal Finney, Cryptocurrency Pioneer
UNO voting address:   uVoTe4V1AhosXRjn2XcqYLLTSiAj9M1REa 

5 Votes - Boyan Slat, Ocean Cleanup Array Inventor
UNO voting address:   uVoTE5LyLrGcR5qL27czH4bV64V3YWYLNL 

4 Votes - Javier Fernandez-Han, Algae Energy System Inventor
UNO voting address:   uVoTe6bXN6rn3r5B8M7HGoQ6g3xW5j3WuK 

1 Vote - Curro & Wang, Rapid Packing Invention Team
UNO voting address:   uVote7H6WphX1XjGBH64ruXia8rrq9EAdG 

1 Vote - Darrel Hurt, 3D Print Exchange Developer
UNO voting address:   uVoTe87oocKd8pWgiew2tXRAooSm5ia3sB 

1 Vote - Quin Etnyre, Arduino Kits Innovator
UNO voting address:   uVoTe9HKckfcCYBnMGyAWRLcKkLdxAdJjj 

3 Votes - Krystal Persaud, Circuit Kit Inventor
UNO voting address:   uVotE1N5ocxFmLfL5LCQHSYAAjc42Zqc6N

Just a reminder:  Additional nominee recommendation review closes on
Saturday, so if you know of a great nominee please suggest them on the Blue Crypto thread before then (link).
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