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October 21, 2014, 01:19:32 AM
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shame that mintpal stole alot of XMR ;x

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October 21, 2014, 01:30:02 AM
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Fuck it.

WTS my Mintpal account with 5000 XMR in it.

Feel free to PM me offers.


Why oh why do people hold coins on an exchange?

How many GoxPals will it take before hard lessons endured by others are learned by the masses?
I've heard urban legends that the masses hold coins on an exchange to perform something called "trading". Their utter stupidity is mind-blowing.

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October 21, 2014, 01:38:04 AM
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Fuck it.

WTS my Mintpal account with 5000 XMR in it.

Feel free to PM me offers.


Why oh why do people hold coins on an exchange?

How many GoxPals will it take before hard lessons endured by others are learned by the masses?
Why oh why do women dress provocatively?

How many rapes will it take before hard lessons endured by others are learned by the masses?

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October 21, 2014, 02:01:29 AM
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Fuck it.

WTS my Mintpal account with 5000 XMR in it.

Feel free to PM me offers.


Why oh why do people hold coins on an exchange?

How many GoxPals will it take before hard lessons endured by others are learned by the masses?

I pulled my XMR off Polo.. yeah probably got spooked, i know, but 6 months worth of mining is precious to me.

It's for the best anyways, any time I attempted to trade on a swing I'd get greedy and end up losing XMR lol.. saving me from myself Wink
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October 21, 2014, 02:20:33 AM
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Fuck it.

WTS my Mintpal account with 5000 XMR in it.

Feel free to PM me offers.


Why oh why do people hold coins on an exchange?

How many GoxPals will it take before hard lessons endured by others are learned by the masses?

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.


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October 21, 2014, 02:43:04 AM
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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.

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

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.


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October 21, 2014, 04:15:51 AM
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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.

LOL you are funny Dude
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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.

If XMR was "easy" to setup, this thread wouldn't be 829 pages long.

We all get it. Don't trust exchanges. Now everyone on BCT can stop echoing it 892345792 times. Perhaps the reason folks (myself included) keep some coins in their accounts is because they like to trade on a regular basis, especially when fleeting opportunities present themselves. I doubt it's because someone didn't tell them for the billionth time that it's a bad idea to store coins on exchanges.

Oh by the way, did you know it's a bad idea to store coins on exchanges?
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October 21, 2014, 06:15:33 AM
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Was XMR being traded as a pair during the short run of "v2"? If not then that's a good thing as people were duplicating coins via an exploit and I assume tons of coins were lost that way.

XMR was traded as a pair during the short run of "v2".

Hmm, but if XMR wasn't set up for any withdraws people wouldn't have been able to cash out any ill gotten XMR though, right?

not so sure... who knows though I guess... 

https://twitter.com/omnik/status/522165410096234496

I can not prove it but I'm sure of it... and price drop

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October 21, 2014, 06:24:21 AM
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Why oh why do people hold coins on an exchange?
How many GoxPals will it take before hard lessons endured by others are learned by the masses?
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.

You could divide your stack between various exchanges.

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).
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October 21, 2014, 08:36:05 AM
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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"...
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October 21, 2014, 08:39:19 AM
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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?

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Excellent Monero missive & weekly job, devs!

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3. Excellent progress has been made with an initial blockchain database implementation. The first implementation is using the Lightning Memory-Mapped Database, or LMDB, which is the same high-performance database used by OpenLDAP. We are hopeful that this initial release will be ready for limited testing by next week. You can read more about LMDB here: http://symas.com/mdb/ (it would appear they're in a competition with us for the best looking website of 1995). We are quite confident that this will be the most performant embedded database option for our workloads, but we will be adding additional implementations and comparing their performance going forward.

I am very glad you've selected LMDB because I was studying this db for some my projects and found it's perfect and conceptually right. Also this is right in light of future total 64-bit virtual address space replacement for 32-bit one. Really, mmap & forget! For example, enterprise users can easily upgrade computer's RAM up to 32-64GB to achieve nearly RAM-speed performance for their Monero blockchains. As we know, RAM upgrade is quite cheap novadays.

Also I hope you will use compression inside of LMDB to reduce HDD usage for monero blockchain.

Best wishes and till next week!
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October 21, 2014, 09:29:26 AM
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When will a normal wallet?

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When will a normal wallet?

Three months ago.

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October 21, 2014, 10:13:50 AM
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Fuck it.

WTS my Mintpal account with 5000 XMR in it.

Feel free to PM me offers.


Why oh why do people hold coins on an exchange?

How many GoxPals will it take before hard lessons endured by others are learned by the masses?
I've heard urban legends that the masses hold coins on an exchange to perform something called "trading". Their utter stupidity is mind-blowing.

Thing is unless you have offers on exchange, you will never sell them at ATH or buy them as cheap as possible. I understand this as most fun if you are some sort of crypto trader. That you can one day say. Well i bought XMR at 0.0017 BTC back in June 2014.  If you would just bring btc to exchange and buy xmr and widhraw you could never achieve this.


About safety. i was also scared first days, but then i looked at it like this. how many people know of XMR? I am sure there are lots of troyans made to steal your bitcoins, but hardly any for XMR. I am sure with time this will change. And this dont mean you dont have to be cautious. But this thought helped me a bit with early paranoia Tongue

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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.

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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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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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