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October 21, 2014, 11:59:13 AM
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http://pool.cryptoescrow.eu/ fuck this pool Total Scam.

Dont mine there because you will not receive any money.

I dont trust XMR annonimity either.



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October 21, 2014, 12:08:54 PM
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http://pool.cryptoescrow.eu/ fuck this pool Total Scam.

Dont mine there because you will not receive any money.

I dont trust XMR annonimity either.





what happen to you have you not able to receive any payment ?



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October 21, 2014, 03:01:55 PM
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hi can j have some coins here my wallet : 47sghzufGhJJDQEbScMCwVBimTuq6L5JiRixD8VeGbpjCTA12noXmi4ZyBZLc99e66NtnKff34fHsGR oyZk3ES1s1V4QVcB  and here my payment id :922bde42df79841f1613ef6b077dee7c5ffcfe67ae6c8693c5537189896887ca

"Please send some money to my Poloniex account". Why?

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October 21, 2014, 03:08:15 PM
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Big fat whatever.

It takes five minutes to move 1 to 100,000 Monero from wallet to exchange.

It is your coin, not mine. I couldn't care less.

Excuses are like buttholes, everyone has one and they all smell like shit.
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October 21, 2014, 03:24:37 PM
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I held coins on an exchange because monero is a bitch to store offline and I hadn't got around to messing with simplewallet, since I was repeatedly led to believe a GUI was right around the corner that could restore easily from mnemonic seed.

I was fully expecting to get scammed eventually though, thus didnt have all my XMR on any one exchange. My expectations were met..

If you had asked me in June if I expected to still have any XMR on an exchange in October, I would have said no, I'm sure there would be a noob friendly method of storage by then, although I obviously should have just bitten the bullet and opened simple wallet as I have right now, synching the blockchain.

Lesson learned: investing in speculative technology isn't worth trusting a third party.


Hey man, what happened to you (and others) sucks big time. We all agree with that.
(Hell, if it had happened to me to loose that amount it would end my foray in crytpoland for the foreseeable future)

But now you are just FUDing.

Creating an offline wallet is as simple as (writing this from memory so someone correct me if I'm wrong):

- run simplewallet
- give it a name as prompted
- give it a password as prompted


 Voilà, your wallet is created. Now do this:

- write down the mnemonic seed words.
- save your adresses file (so that you can refer to your address)


That's it, really. You don't need to sync and you don't even need to run the daemon to create a wallet.

I am not FUDing  Huh Huh  It might be as obvious as "dumpprivkey" is in QT is to me now to some people, but it's still a learning process. Anyways thanks for providing the tip to the community.

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October 21, 2014, 03:28:51 PM
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I am not FUDing  Huh Huh  It might be as obvious as "dumpprivkey" is in QT is to me now to some people, but it's still a learning process. Anyways thanks for providing the tip to the community.

I feel you. It looked very complicated to me at first, too. I've never seen an easy Monero wallet guide for newbies. I don't blame anybody, but this is one of the reasons why people hesitate to use Monero.
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October 21, 2014, 03:30:54 PM
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There are two GUIs available, and XMR is easy to store offline even with the CLI.  You just copy your address from wallet.bin.address and paste it into the withdrawal field on the exchange.  Then you put your wallet.bin.keys file on a couple of high quality USBs and that's it.  Oh, and remember your password.

I have issues with the existing GUI, but I agree backing it up via CLI is not that difficult, I now realize. Realized it too late.

Anyways, I fully expected to get Goxxed, I was pretty paranoid every day, so I knew better. Don't feel bad for me.




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October 21, 2014, 04:02:38 PM
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[Anyways, I fully expected to get Goxxed, I was pretty paranoid every day, so I knew better. Don't feel bad for me.
Shrewdness is practically useful and personally important, but shrewdness should not be required or expected.  I don't feel bad for you so much as I do for us.  Eradicating defectors is crucial to the development of the economy, the extension of usability to naive actors.  This can be done without violence only (to my knowledge) by development of easy-to-use software which provides strong cryptographic support for high-security operation in the dominant and default use-cases.  If the community prominently labels vulnerabilities in the economic network, it will help to prevent naive users from being exploited.

Give a man a fish and he eats for a day.  Give a man a Poisson distribution and he eats at random times independent of one another, at a constant known rate.
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October 21, 2014, 04:19:22 PM
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It's not a good time to sell for a long period now, why one should hold to their coins at a safe place (deterministic seed).
Monero is very easy to use per CLI, but I agree and understand that CLI keeps many people away.

The official homepage should be much more comprehensive and more up to date. There's not even a link to the official forum, as far as I can see. Neither to Monero Research Lab.
And the linked blockchain is terribly outdated. Maybe you should extend the crew with someone who keeps care of such things.
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October 21, 2014, 06:03:28 PM
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The Windows 64bit blockchain.bin  ( http://monero.cc/downloads/blockchain/win/blockchain.bin )  is 44 days old, so much for "always updated and current"...

My hope is that they plan to bring to life the new type of blockchain quite soon.
Maybe that's the reason?

There are two reasons. One is that we froze the blockchain download after the first attack to maintain a constant verifiable hash. The second is the new self-verifying download format you mention being almost done.

For now you if you download the file you will need to sync up 1-2 months of blocks using the normal mechanism.

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October 21, 2014, 06:49:01 PM
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For the attention of the core team:  erights.org

Give a man a fish and he eats for a day.  Give a man a Poisson distribution and he eats at random times independent of one another, at a constant known rate.
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October 21, 2014, 07:30:19 PM
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I am not FUDing  Huh Huh  It might be as obvious as "dumpprivkey" is in QT is to me now to some people, but it's still a learning process. Anyways thanks for providing the tip to the community.

I feel you. It looked very complicated to me at first, too. I've never seen an easy Monero wallet guide for newbies. I don't blame anybody, but this is one of the reasons why people hesitate to use Monero.

I wrote a user guide for the MoneroClient.net GUI https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=683365.0 wallet a few months ago, its a bit out of date now but noone's complained that it is too complicated Smiley

My more general "Idiot's Guide to Monero" is still a work in progress, I have to summon the strength to deconstruct ring signatures etc into language the average user can understand, without incurring the censure of gmaxwell for misrepresenting basic principles.

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Currently donating all of our 1% pool fee to the dev fund - mine at CryptonotepoolUK and support XMR at no extra cost!
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I mean normal for win 32 from devs.

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October 21, 2014, 07:59:30 PM
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BTW, if someone want me to store coins on a Linux computer, you can ask me.
I'll ask 1% as fees (min 10 XMR).
As an individual (not as a core team member), I vouch for superesistant. You can trust him. I can even financially back up his claim (up to a certain amount of XMR, I don't have that much).

(thanks for the link to erights.org, aminorex)

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October 21, 2014, 08:21:51 PM
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BTW, if someone want me to store coins on a Linux computer, you can ask me.
I'll ask 1% as fees (min 10 XMR).
As an individual (not as a core team member), I vouch for superesistant. You can trust him. I can even financially back up his claim (up to a certain amount of XMR, I don't have that much).

(thanks for the link to erights.org, aminorex)

In the early days of mining when his pool was having issues I lost a VERY significant payout that was hard to verify (required trust of multiple parties), he quickly resolved it and paid out in full. I still mine there today because of how well he treated a bad situation. +1 to trusting superresistant.
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October 21, 2014, 08:34:32 PM
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We can use bittorrent sync to distribute the blockchain
http://www.bittorrent.com/sync/download

I will update the torrent evey 7 days

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October 21, 2014, 08:37:58 PM
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action is really heating up in this auction for 10,000 Crypto Kingdom Gold!

there's only one day left until the auction ends, don't miss out. the price of Gold is skyrocketing!

edit: if you didn't know, XMR is the only way to pay. it's a great time to buy XMR.

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October 21, 2014, 08:39:14 PM
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I am not FUDing  Huh Huh  It might be as obvious as "dumpprivkey" is in QT is to me now to some people, but it's still a learning process. Anyways thanks for providing the tip to the community.

I feel you. It looked very complicated to me at first, too. I've never seen an easy Monero wallet guide for newbies. I don't blame anybody, but this is one of the reasons why people hesitate to use Monero.
I used the Monero website, there's a tutorial with pictures. https://monerotalk.org/t/bounty-create-a-useful-tutorial-on-how-to-setup-monero-closed/13
That was my first experiance with anything besides QT and wasn't that hard. It might look a little intimidating but really besides getting the blockchain synced it should only take about five minutes. Hopefully there is a more intuitive wallet in the future but for now once you spend a few minutes with the tutorial it gets the job done.

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October 21, 2014, 08:40:20 PM
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[I mean normal for win 32 from devs.

Win 32?

Wow, thats fresh for 1989, you suckaz!

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October 21, 2014, 10:48:31 PM
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The developers of this coin were the major sponsors of that GUI wallet project.

There is nothing wrong with third party wallets. Having multiple wallets to serve different audiences is a good thing. All of the major wallets for Bitcoin are third party, including Electrum, Multibit, Mycelium, Blockchain.info, etc.

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