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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4554090 times)
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October 27, 2014, 07:10:27 AM
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I don't think I've mentioned it here yet, but I've setup a small website devoted to Monero news, reviews, etc.
https://monerobase.com
And more recently, I'm mirroring the posts to Twitter at https://twitter.com/monerobase
Thanks!
Cool stuff! I just came across it. Didn't know this existed at all!

Me neither. Good stuff.

Some nostalgia that may be interesting.
Monero was first traded on bitcointalk here.
I launched cryptonote.exchange in May and have made available all trades, raw data as csv format here
So what was the lowest price monero ever traded for on my exchange? I have compiled this list of the 500 lowest priced trades that occurred, sorted by lowest first.
500 trades:
(...)
Total moneros traded at 0.001 or below was 75070, total traded at 0.002 or below was 228113

This exchange was awesome. The price was much lower at that time.

About the movie, we can start very simply by thinking about few questions around Monero :
 - How did you discover Monero ?
 - What interested you at first ?
 - Why are you supporting it ?
 - What is your contribution on the project ?
 - How do you imagine Monero in 3 years ?
You can add or remove questions. The point is to have something interesting to say on every point.
Having different answers will show the variety of people around the project but also how united people are.
Being that you are French I think you should produce the movie.

I will not do it alone. Everyone will participate and I'll find someone competent for the editing.
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October 27, 2014, 08:12:31 AM
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why no reaction about this pool ?  Shocked 75 % -___- network hashrate




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October 27, 2014, 09:19:34 AM
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Fake?

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October 27, 2014, 09:46:23 AM
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Fake?

fake ? mean .__. ?

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October 27, 2014, 09:48:42 AM
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Fake?

No it is true, I don't know why miners keep mining on it.

Please miners, stop mining on moneropool.com, you are killing the reputation of the network.
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October 27, 2014, 10:02:49 AM
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Fake?

No it is true, I don't know why miners keep mining on it.

Please miners, stop mining on moneropool.com, you are killing the reputation of the network.


That reminds me of Bitcoin and cex.io .... is there any statement from the moneropool.com guys on that issue?
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October 27, 2014, 10:06:35 AM
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Fake?

No it is true, I don't know why miners keep mining on it.

Please miners, stop mining on moneropool.com, you are killing the reputation of the network.

Agree. Though to be fair the hash rate of both the entire network and the pool fluctuate a lot. It is often not as bad as that one snapshot. But unfortunately it is worse than it should be.

So please switch to the smaller pools listed in the OP or consider solo mining if you are mining to help the network and not needing steady mining income.

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October 27, 2014, 10:07:14 AM
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Anyone think this is the bottom?
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October 27, 2014, 10:09:28 AM
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You can always check pool hash distribution here ( http://minexmr.com/pools.html ) and here ( http://xmr.poolto.be/#alternative ). Here is a sample of the big pool distribution from the last 30 min (I think this image should stay up-to-date):



Please support one of these pools (minexmr.com or xmr.poolto.be) or another pool who you think is helping to support the network, not just the pool with the easiest to remember/type domain name Wink
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October 27, 2014, 10:13:12 AM
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You can always check pool hash distribution here ( http://minexmr.com/pools.html ) and here ( http://xmr.poolto.be/#alternative ). Here is a sample of the big pool distribution from the last 30 min (I think this image should stay up-to-date):



Please support one of these pools or another pool who you think is helping to support the network, not just the pool with the easiest to remember/type domain name Wink

You have to fix charts, 10MH is not 46% of 17.

FYI, if you are using nethash reported by daemon it's right value. Open source pools reporting incorrect hashrate using weird division by 1024 instead of 1000 to report Kilo, and Mega units.
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You can always check pool hash distribution here ( http://minexmr.com/pools.html ) and here ( http://xmr.poolto.be/#alternative ). Here is a sample of the big pool distribution from the last 30 min (I think this image should stay up-to-date):



Please support one of these pools or another pool who you think is helping to support the network, not just the pool with the easiest to remember/type domain name Wink

You have to fix charts, 10MH is not 46% of 17.

WTF?!

How does a simple percentage calculation like that get so messed up?

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October 27, 2014, 10:15:56 AM
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You have to fix charts, 10MH is not 46% of 17.

This is a good point Huh I'll try and look at it today or tomorrow and then bug xnbya and PCFil if/when I figure it out...

I think maybe it has to do with inaccurate network hash calculated from last pool queried reported diff. Anyway, it still gives a relative idea of where you should/should not send your hashes I think.
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October 27, 2014, 10:51:58 AM
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I am happily mining at http://cryptonotepool.org.uk/. Very stable, never misses a beat and donates 100% of the 1% Fee to the Monero devs.

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October 27, 2014, 11:09:17 AM
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WTF?!

How does a simple percentage calculation like that get so messed up?

I think it's a combination of two things. One, the percent is calculated automatically by matplotlib and represents the pools % of hash among the large pools shown on that graph, not in relation to the total network hashrate (Edit: nevermind, this should be total network hashrate, I need some coffee, and will think about it more later...). The other thing is that for some reason the node-js pool software uses 1024 instead of 1000 to convert to kilo/mega hash, byte units instead of SI units? I didn't even know this was a thing.

I think the easiest and least confusing thing to do is just drop the percentages from the pie slices.

Edit2: It seems to be mostly related to a poor estimation of the network hashrate based on the diff. I've been calculation the network hashrate as diff/60e6, and this ends up where the sum of the sum of the pools is greater than this calculated number for network hashrate...
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October 27, 2014, 11:12:26 AM
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I think the easiest and least confusing thing to do is just drop the percentages from the pie slices.

The sizes of the pie slices don't look right either, assuming the numbers are right. But who knows which is correct at this point.
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October 27, 2014, 11:26:19 AM
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I think the easiest and least confusing thing to do is just drop the percentages from the pie slices.

The sizes of the pie slices don't look right either, assuming the numbers are right. But who knows which is correct at this point.


It's definitely related to the poor estimation of network hashrate from the diff (calculated either as diff/60e6 or diff/(60*1024*1024), in this case the latter). The sum of the pools queried comes out to be greater than the calculated network hashrate; here are the two numbers from a test I just ran:

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Network hashrate 17.314610274632773
Sum of pools 19.461517835617066

where network hashrate is calculated from diff and sum of pools is just the sum of all the pools self-reported hashrates. I'm not sure what the best way to fix this is. Just report the total network hashrate as the sum of all reporting pools? Figure out a more accurate way to calculate network hashrate from the diff? I'd be glad to hear any suggestions.
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October 27, 2014, 11:28:08 AM
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everybody wants to buy at a low price .... but this only worsens the situation ..... miners refuse, and this leads to a rather weak network, less confidence and many people will turn to other coins. And when attention be transferred to other coin ..... all is lost

than 3 days I stopped mining because I'm at a loss

I'm not going to buy because of the promise of a bright future for XMR is not live, I'll keep what I've mining
maybe sell them after 2-3 years who knows if I will not ... I will lost electricity for four months for my rig

I am a little excited by these ridiculous monero prices

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vicious circle is as follows

difficulty falling and falling the price, because other people get more coins at the lower difficulty and they still sell at low price
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October 27, 2014, 11:49:37 AM
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I think the easiest and least confusing thing to do is just drop the percentages from the pie slices.

The sizes of the pie slices don't look right either, assuming the numbers are right. But who knows which is correct at this point.


It's definitely related to the poor estimation of network hashrate from the diff (calculated either as diff/60e6 or diff/(60*1024*1024), in this case the latter). The sum of the pools queried comes out to be greater than the calculated network hashrate; here are the two numbers from a test I just ran:

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Network hashrate 17.314610274632773
Sum of pools 19.461517835617066

where network hashrate is calculated from diff and sum of pools is just the sum of all the pools self-reported hashrates. I'm not sure what the best way to fix this is. Just report the total network hashrate as the sum of all reporting pools? Figure out a more accurate way to calculate network hashrate from the diff? I'd be glad to hear any suggestions.

I see.

The self-reported hash rate is probably calculated over a different time window than the network difficulty (likely shorter, since the network difficulty uses 12 hours and that is pretty long for monitoring a pool). You'd likely have to figure out the time window used by the pool software and make your own estimate of the network hash rate based on the sum of block difficulties on the network during that time window.


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October 27, 2014, 12:20:27 PM
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moneropool.com   12.41 MH/s  Huh it's BOTNET ??
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October 27, 2014, 12:33:07 PM
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 Cry i hate the price .___.

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