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September 28, 2014, 06:10:06 PM
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if you do solo miner
"is the only way now to make merge miner"
the problem is
that the blocks you'll find them after a long time
days or weeks if you have hashrate low
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September 28, 2014, 06:12:41 PM
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if you do solo miner
"is the only way now to make merge miner"
the problem is
that the blocks you'll find them after a long time
days or weeks if you have hashrate low
there also is at least one pool that support merge mining, check minergate.com

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September 28, 2014, 06:17:02 PM
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quick question about merged mining:

If i mine monero and merge mine with fcn or mcn, am i losing out on potential monero?

Thanks  Grin

As i understand for merged mining there are not so optimized miners as are for mining Monero. What you get beside Monero is worth so little, that cant cover that difference.

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September 28, 2014, 06:22:14 PM
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quick question about merged mining:

If i mine monero and merge mine with fcn or mcn, am i losing out on potential monero?

Thanks  Grin

As i understand for merged mining there are not so optimized miners as are for mining Monero. What you get beside Monero is worth so little, that cant cover that difference.

So i would be better off just mining monero?

I have 8 cores and 4 nvidea 750 ti's, would my best bet be to run 3 cores on monero and run the 4 cards on darkcoin? or can i get away with adding more cores without taking away from the gpu processing??
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September 28, 2014, 06:28:18 PM
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quick question about merged mining:

If i mine monero and merge mine with fcn or mcn, am i losing out on potential monero?

Thanks  Grin

As i understand for merged mining there are not so optimized miners as are for mining Monero. What you get beside Monero is worth so little, that cant cover that difference.
uh? i've used the same miners i was using on monero only pools without problems, the only difference was that on minergate.com i was getting rejects (~3-4%) while on other monero pools i never got one...

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September 28, 2014, 06:40:57 PM
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How does I2P integration apply to Monero? Can you currently use Tor? What advantages to privacy do you gain from using these? I guess what I'm asking is how much information you broadcast to others if you're not using any thing to hide yourself. Do people here consider it critical to use additional privacy tools?
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September 28, 2014, 06:49:14 PM
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minergate is fuck up site
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September 28, 2014, 08:52:09 PM
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How does I2P integration apply to Monero? Can you currently use Tor? What advantages to privacy do you gain from using these? I guess what I'm asking is how much information you broadcast to others if you're not using any thing to hide yourself. Do people here consider it critical to use additional privacy tools?

The privacy you gain is that your ISP (or someone working with your ISP or who has compromised your ISP) can see your traffic and at present identify the transactions you originate (since they were not sent in, thus not relayed). Some may object to others being able to determine you are even running a Monero node (and presently this applies to not only to your ISP but also your peers). Tor or i2p largely fixes these with some caveats about how they can themselves be compromised, Sybil attacked, some issues with traffic analysis, etc.
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September 28, 2014, 08:53:28 PM
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quick question about merged mining:

If i mine monero and merge mine with fcn or mcn, am i losing out on potential monero?

Thanks  Grin

As i understand for merged mining there are not so optimized miners as are for mining Monero. What you get beside Monero is worth so little, that cant cover that difference.

So i would be better off just mining monero?

I have 8 cores and 4 nvidea 750 ti's, would my best bet be to run 3 cores on monero and run the 4 cards on darkcoin? or can i get away with adding more cores without taking away from the gpu processing??

With most GPU miners you really only need one core for a even a few GPUs, but you will have to tune your own rig to be sure.
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September 28, 2014, 09:13:25 PM
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The privacy you gain is that your ISP (or someone working with your ISP or who has compromised your ISP) can see your traffic and at present identify the transactions you originate (since they were not sent in, thus not relayed). Some may object to others being able to determine you are even running a Monero node (and presently this applies to not only to your ISP but also your peers). Tor or i2p largely fixes these with some caveats about how they can themselves be compromised, Sybil attacked, some issues with traffic analysis, etc.

I see. Thanks for the explanation.
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September 28, 2014, 11:19:45 PM
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monero.crypto-pool.fr is update  ( 15 minutes after last patch )

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September 28, 2014, 11:29:24 PM
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So with time warp attack the attacker basically turns his hashing power on and off in a pattern of resonant frequency? Am i understanding this right? I haven’t actually heard the name before but when studying bitcoin years ago i decided against buying in because I imagined this sort of attack. (boy what i mistake, i still bought in relatively early but i wish i had bought in *THAT* early).

This would not be a time warp attack.

A time warper would run hashing power constantly.  The blocks would not be advertised to the network until later when they have a chance at chain contention.  Basically saving up proof of work to affect difficulty algo or to affect longest chain resolution.

Additional benefits can be gained if you force chain resolution on everyone but your own chain, and confuse other miners to mine your chain, DD0S those that don't, etc.

Its generally very unprofitable with current algorithms and safeguards, and any miner would do better mining the coin. 

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September 28, 2014, 11:51:45 PM
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I have put him and this whole history on the ignore, there is no point in waste time on that anymore.

The same as here, but without the trolls.
This is a new thread, moderated with the monero-extended account so that there will always be one or more moderators here.

If you wish to apply for moderatorship, PM me. Round-the-clock moderation is always welcome.

We had some hiccups with moderation at the beginning but it should revert back to normal. Give it a try. I personally will privilege posting on the moderated thread instead of here.

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September 29, 2014, 12:20:14 AM
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I have put him and this whole history on the ignore, there is no point in waste time on that anymore.

The same as here, but without the trolls.
This is a new thread, moderated with the monero-extended account so that there will always be one or more moderators here.

If you wish to apply for moderatorship, PM me. Round-the-clock moderation is always welcome.

We had some hiccups with moderation at the beginning but it should revert back to normal. Give it a try. I personally will privilege posting on the moderated thread instead of here.

I enjoy your posts so I'll give the moderated thread one more try. but If I see one more of my posts deleted that is it. Just because you don't like a post you can't delete it if it's not a troll or fud.

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Thanks, I guess I missed it, but what is "MEW" btw?
Monero Economy Workgroup

There are two sides of the Monero coin: obverse is the core team, devoted to the technology i.e. coding. reverse is MEW, devoted to the economy i.e. encouraging adoption, business opportunities... Let's extend the metaphor: the edges of the coin are the gray area where coding and economy overlap. The emission curve is in this gray area.

The core team works internally under the collegiality (peer) governance system and externally under the benevolent dictatorship (for life) model. MEW works internally under the weighted voting governance system and has not (at least for now) any external governance system.

The Core team and MEW are independant of each other: none can force the other to change its mind. A vote from the MEW doesn't imply the core team has to abide; in reverse, if the core team asks the MEW to do something, MEW is not obliged to follow suit. Therefore, no one feels like being controlled by the other. If a post seemed to imply that one govering body rules above the other, it would be a misinterpretation.

I hope this will help you understanding it better. For future references, point people to the Community FAQ entry for MEW.

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September 29, 2014, 03:32:14 AM
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I was waiting for a 2 months, but nothing positive was happened.. Sold about 5k coins today even at this low price! Now I'm really happy! Bye bye monero!
tomorrow up +400% xd

FUN FACT:

... having sold all Bitcoins 2 months ago at 650 US-$ instead of hodling them in nice form of a Monero Bag would have been the better bottomline. Now it's more like 388 US-$ with a strong tendency pointing downwards.
The big picture is disliked by all fractions, be it pro or contra Monero.

XBT/USD has nothing to do with XMR/XBT, if you want to measure the stability of Monero in a dollar amount every action at Wall Street would influence it.

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September 29, 2014, 06:42:43 AM
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XMR killed JFK.

dis here maek me lawls y'alls
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September 29, 2014, 11:59:37 AM
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Price is falling, I need to buy more. Cool
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Good buy point here. Wink

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September 29, 2014, 12:17:00 PM
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I ran BitMonero wallet fine a few hours ago, saved my wallet and exited bitmonerod with no problems.. now I'm getting this error:


2014-Sep-29 07:11:30.911728 bitmonero v0.8.8.3(0.1-g3c2b742)
2014-Sep-29 07:11:30.921728 Module folder: bitmonerod.exe
2014-Sep-29 07:11:30.921728 Initializing p2p server...
2014-Sep-29 07:11:30.941728 ERROR c:\temp\monero\new\bitmonero-master\src\p2p\net_node.inl:108 Exception at [node_server::init_config], what=input stream error
2014-Sep-29 07:11:30.951728 ERROR c:\temp\monero\new\bitmonero-master\src\p2p\net_node.inl:239 Failed to init config.
2014-Sep-29 07:11:30.951728 ERROR ..\..\src\daemon\daemon.cpp:174 Failed to initialize p2p server.
2014-Sep-29 07:11:30.951728 Mining has been stopped, 0 finished



I might have ran windows low disk space cleanup tool as Armory went and wrote 11gig to my C drive, so what have I deleted where does it live and how do I replace it? Obviously C:\temp has never existed.
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