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October 10, 2014, 01:19:04 PM
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So where does one go if they want discuss marketing strategy?

This thread is fine for discussion/planning.  But let's wait to put the plans into action until the dev team gives us the green light.

Don't be ridiculous. Monero always drives with pulled parking brake. Always squealing noises and smoke.
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October 10, 2014, 02:29:58 PM
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How does the cryptonote (XMR) code stand up to bitcoin as far as transaction volume?  How many transactions per second can it handle in comparison to bitcoin?
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October 10, 2014, 02:37:12 PM
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did the network hashrate just jump from 19mh/s to 25mh/s?  Huh
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October 10, 2014, 02:48:48 PM
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did the network hashrate just jump from 19mh/s to 25mh/s?  Huh

The hash rate is too high relative to XMR price. Are there many efficient miners out there?
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October 10, 2014, 03:26:22 PM
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did the network hashrate just jump from 19mh/s to 25mh/s?  Huh

The hash rate is too high relative to XMR price. Are there many efficient miners out there?

Why is the price still suffering below 3mBTC then?
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October 10, 2014, 03:58:46 PM
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Hello,

I am trying to restore a wallet via the command: "--restore-deterministic-wallet" as described here: https://monerotalk.org/t/bounty-create-a-useful-tutorial-on-how-to-setup-monero-closed/13/4

I am opening a cmd dialog in windows, changing to the monero folder, and then typing: "simplewallet.exe --restore-deterministic-wallet *words*".

However, nothing seems to happen, I get to the same opening text as if I had just started simplewallet, e.g. "Specify wallet name... if the wallet doesn't exist..."

Any tips?
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October 10, 2014, 03:59:24 PM
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did the network hashrate just jump from 19mh/s to 25mh/s?  Huh

The hash rate is too high relative to XMR price. Are there many efficient miners out there?

Why is the price still suffering below 3mBTC then?

bcx maybe has the 6mb hash?
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October 10, 2014, 04:35:48 PM
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did the network hashrate just jump from 19mh/s to 25mh/s?  Huh

The hash rate is too high relative to XMR price. Are there many efficient miners out there?

Hash rate is high comšared to price since miners believe that price will be higher in near future, and much higher in just future.
Hash rate was at price peak at 0.005btc a bit over 30mh/s last weeks was around 20mh/s. It will soon go over 30mh/s.

whoever is mining with 6 mgh/s might get rich one day if can afford cost of electricity for long period of time.

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October 10, 2014, 04:37:42 PM
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Hello,

I am trying to restore a wallet via the command: "--restore-deterministic-wallet" as described here: https://monerotalk.org/t/bounty-create-a-useful-tutorial-on-how-to-setup-monero-closed/13/4

I am opening a cmd dialog in windows, changing to the monero folder, and then typing: "simplewallet.exe --restore-deterministic-wallet *words*".

However, nothing seems to happen, I get to the same opening text as if I had just started simplewallet, e.g. "Specify wallet name... if the wallet doesn't exist..."

Any tips?

As far as I remember it is supposed to work that way. Because the deterministic seed represents the private key (I think) and you still need to choose a name and password for your wallet. This is just the name of the .dat file. You could have many wallets (dats) for the same address if you'd like.

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October 10, 2014, 05:54:50 PM
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When will new compiled builds be ready?
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October 10, 2014, 06:00:28 PM
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Hello,

I am trying to restore a wallet via the command: "--restore-deterministic-wallet" as described here: https://monerotalk.org/t/bounty-create-a-useful-tutorial-on-how-to-setup-monero-closed/13/4

I am opening a cmd dialog in windows, changing to the monero folder, and then typing: "simplewallet.exe --restore-deterministic-wallet *words*".

However, nothing seems to happen, I get to the same opening text as if I had just started simplewallet, e.g. "Specify wallet name... if the wallet doesn't exist..."

Any tips?

As far as I remember it is supposed to work that way. Because the deterministic seed represents the private key (I think) and you still need to choose a name and password for your wallet. This is just the name of the .dat file. You could have many wallets (dats) for the same address if you'd like.

Suppose your mnemonic is "A B C". Try the following:

Code:
>simplewallet.exe --restore-deterministic-wallet --electrum-seed "A B C"

if you want to completely automate the process (useful for batch cold wallet creation).
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October 10, 2014, 06:56:57 PM
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Hello,

I am trying to restore a wallet via the command: "--restore-deterministic-wallet" as described here: https://monerotalk.org/t/bounty-create-a-useful-tutorial-on-how-to-setup-monero-closed/13/4

I am opening a cmd dialog in windows, changing to the monero folder, and then typing: "simplewallet.exe --restore-deterministic-wallet *words*".

However, nothing seems to happen, I get to the same opening text as if I had just started simplewallet, e.g. "Specify wallet name... if the wallet doesn't exist..."

Any tips?

As far as I remember it is supposed to work that way. Because the deterministic seed represents the private key (I think) and you still need to choose a name and password for your wallet. This is just the name of the .dat file. You could have many wallets (dats) for the same address if you'd like.

Suppose your mnemonic is "A B C". Try the following:

Code:
>simplewallet.exe --restore-deterministic-wallet --electrum-seed "A B C"

if you want to completely automate the process (useful for batch cold wallet creation).

Caution though. Putting secret information on the command line is dangerous. I've proposed an option to read it from a file for safer automation.

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October 10, 2014, 06:58:18 PM
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The virtual world with Monero as currency is now announced and should be playable in 3 weeks.
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October 10, 2014, 07:10:55 PM
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Caution though. Putting secret information on the command line is dangerous. I've proposed an option to read it from a file for safer automation.

Good point. I consider cold wallets "single use" anyway. Once you reconstruct one, you empty it and never use it again.
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October 10, 2014, 07:30:13 PM
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MRL-0003 is not linked here:
https://lab.monero.cc/
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October 10, 2014, 07:55:09 PM
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And bookmarked--thank you  Smiley

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October 11, 2014, 01:10:37 AM
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How does the cryptonote (XMR) code stand up to bitcoin as far as transaction volume?  How many transactions per second can it handle in comparison to bitcoin?
Cryptonote is protocol, The coin using it is Monero. XMR is the ticker of Monero

Suppose your mnemonic is "A B C". Try the following:

Code:
>simplewallet.exe --restore-deterministic-wallet --electrum-seed "A B C"

if you want to completely automate the process (useful for batch cold wallet creation).
Caution though. Putting secret information on the command line is dangerous. I've proposed an option to read it from a file for safer automation.
Yep the command history on Linux will reveal everything.

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October 11, 2014, 02:25:31 AM
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Hello,

I am trying to restore a wallet via the command: "--restore-deterministic-wallet" as described here: https://monerotalk.org/t/bounty-create-a-useful-tutorial-on-how-to-setup-monero-closed/13/4

I am opening a cmd dialog in windows, changing to the monero folder, and then typing: "simplewallet.exe --restore-deterministic-wallet *words*".

However, nothing seems to happen, I get to the same opening text as if I had just started simplewallet, e.g. "Specify wallet name... if the wallet doesn't exist..."

Any tips?

Keep going, after you decide on a filename for the new wallet it will ask you for the electrum seed and the wallet will be restored. I too was confused by this at first.

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October 11, 2014, 05:50:42 AM
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MRL-0003 is not linked here:
https://lab.monero.cc/

Fixed

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October 11, 2014, 06:35:43 AM
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I have a decent amount of XMR stuck on Mintpal...

Does anyone have information as to when their shit will be sorted and we can withdraw?

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