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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4554214 times)
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October 28, 2014, 10:39:00 PM
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I'm trying to learn how to use simplewallet. I ran simplewallet and created a wallet. Do I also have to run bitmonero.exe or can I just send XMR from and exchange to the address that my simple wallet created without running bitmonero.exe? If I do this, is there any way to verify the coins got there?

You can send from the exchange to that address. You don't have to have bitmonero.exe running. You could even use simplewallet.exe to generate an address on an offline computer and still transfer moneroj to it.

To verify that that coins got there, though, you will need to run bitmonero.exe to sync the blockchain (which will take a while), and then you can type "balance" without quotes while running simplewallet.exe to check it.

Ok thanks, that helps a lot. If I run simplewallet.exe on an offline computer and send XMR to the offline generated address, is there any way I can check the balance from an online computer without putting my keys file on an online computer and typing in my wallet password?

You need bitmonerod.exe running for simplewallet to be able to scan the blockchain to calculate your personal balance, and also for it to be able to submit transactions to the mining pools. I have a feeling simplewallet wont actually run if it cant find the daemon to connect to.

I think one of the mining pools was offering a public daemon port for users to connect their simplewallet to if they didnt/couldnt run it locally, can't remember which one. Its something I was thinking of experimenting with for Cryptonotepool.org.uk users a while back, but didnt see that much demand.

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October 28, 2014, 10:52:44 PM
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I have a feeling simplewallet wont actually run if it cant find the daemon to connect to.

It will run enough to create a new wallet, but that's it. So it is possible to create an offline cold storage wallet without a daemon.

We don't generally recommend public nodes as it isn't designed for that and there may be various issues with security and/or privacy, but of course we can't stop people from doing it if they want to take the risks. The most secure and private method currently is to use your own wallet with your own node. In the future there may be good lightweight wallets, web wallets, etc. that are comparable.




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October 29, 2014, 12:40:21 AM
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 Cheesy i am waiting for new wallet  Grin

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October 29, 2014, 12:44:06 AM
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may I say I like the fact that "moneroj" as plural for monero is catching on?  Grin

I still hold my coins, I think Monero will eventually win the anon race:
http://www.deepdotweb.com/tag/ArmsRace/

edit: my average buy in is around 0.003
And yes, I bought some XMR (called MRO back then) at 0.000212
I'm too risk averse to put a serious amount of BTC on the table when a currency is a few weeks old Sad

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October 29, 2014, 12:47:45 AM
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Cheesy i am waiting for new wallet  Grin

hope you are patient, as it won't be anytime real soon. Cheesy 
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October 29, 2014, 01:15:38 AM
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Can anyone test this simplewallet update from the old monero wallet ?




added open deamon connection ( no need to run deamon thus you save 3-4 gig of ram)
added click a transaction for chainradar details
added a message if your wallet is corrupted instead of the unlimited loop there was.

please backup your wallet data just in case and always wait for exit.
https://mega.co.nz/#!shgkEYBK!LmNX1-cf7ZYgLfRiu4RL2Gtj7l0_CzgxvxzekCIkI9Y

im rewriting a gui from scratch but it's a long process..

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October 29, 2014, 01:23:38 AM
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Cool keep that awsome work there !

Can anyone test this simplewallet update from the old monero wallet ?




added open deamon connection ( no need to run deamon thus you save 3-4 gig of ram)
added click a transaction for chainradar details
added a message if your wallet is corrupted instead of the unlimited loop there was.

please backup your wallet data just in case and always wait for exit.
https://mega.co.nz/#!shgkEYBK!LmNX1-cf7ZYgLfRiu4RL2Gtj7l0_CzgxvxzekCIkI9Y

im rewriting a gui from scratch but it's a long process..
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October 29, 2014, 01:27:47 AM
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may I say I like the fact that "moneroj" as plural for monero is catching on?  Grin

I still hold my coins, I think Monero will eventually win the anon race:
http://www.deepdotweb.com/tag/ArmsRace/

edit: my average buy in is around 0.003
And yes, I bought some XMR (called MRO back then) at 0.000212
I'm too risk averse to put a serious amount of BTC on the table when a currency is a few weeks old Sad

TBH, That "article" on deepdotweb is as biased as it can get. Look at here for ex: "but Anoncoin’s developers have found a work around and soon they are going to release their version of ZeroCoin, that doesn’t require a third party to set up." -Oct 28th

If you go to Anoncoin's thread, Gnosis has failed multiple times and postponed everytime, zerocoin's implementation. Recently he made a date for zerocoin to be implemented on the 15th of sept, never happened and he postponed the implementation for 3 months ahead. Yes 3 months, which clearly shows he was just pumping and dumping anoncoin with his timelines. That article just plainly mentions and puts emphasis on the coins that the author holds and wishes to p/d.

Out of all the anonymous systems found in cryptocurrency, Cryptonote is still by far the best.
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October 29, 2014, 01:37:01 AM
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where i  can rent rig to mine monero?  Embarrassed

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October 29, 2014, 01:41:59 AM
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well its cheaper to buy right now...

where i  can rent rig to mine monero?  Embarrassed
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October 29, 2014, 01:54:50 AM
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where i  can rent rig to mine monero?  Embarrassed

Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud
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October 29, 2014, 01:56:11 AM
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where i  can rent rig to mine monero?  Embarrassed

Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud

thank' Smiley
i will search it in google

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October 29, 2014, 01:59:36 AM
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where i  can rent rig to mine monero?  Embarrassed

Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud

thank' Smiley
i will search it in google
You should only do this for fun. AWS is extremely unprofitable mining Monero (because you are competing with botnets). You are much better off buying, or perhaps buying/building a rig.
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October 29, 2014, 02:04:44 AM
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monero client, sorry last link was missing 2 .dll's

https://mega.co.nz/#!th5WmaQR!0TV2vdK4P7rDMUXH8WleKAink8B92gWjpslUI43sl_k

this should work for all ( need dot.net 4.5.x)

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October 29, 2014, 02:07:27 AM
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where i  can rent rig to mine monero?  Embarrassed

Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud

thank' Smiley
i will search it in google
You should only do this for fun. AWS is extremely unprofitable mining Monero (because you are competing with botnets). You are much better off buying, or perhaps buying/building a rig.

thank's i will try buy some monero to invest,,

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October 29, 2014, 02:24:02 AM
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monero client, sorry last link was missing 2 .dll's

https://mega.co.nz/#!th5WmaQR!0TV2vdK4P7rDMUXH8WleKAink8B92gWjpslUI43sl_k

this should work for all ( need dot.net 4.5.x)

Works good so far. Testing on my mining pc with mining wallet. So does it just connect to any remote node or just one that you had setup? Either way its nice and fast not having the blockchain locally.
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October 29, 2014, 02:30:42 AM
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monero client, sorry last link was missing 2 .dll's

https://mega.co.nz/#!th5WmaQR!0TV2vdK4P7rDMUXH8WleKAink8B92gWjpslUI43sl_k

this should work for all ( need dot.net 4.5.x)

Works good so far. Testing on my mining pc with mining wallet. So does it just connect to any remote node or just one that you had setup? Either way its nice and fast not having the blockchain locally.

get latest https://mega.co.nz/#!g4gTxQSL!8CeW8hcaSR0k9SqT6ygzGF_pwIAsZiqSkCU2Lb5WvbU as the other one if you click on a transaction header before a tx in there it will crap, (but still sync etc)

latest has a fix.
uses a public node for now, ill eventually add option to choose it



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October 29, 2014, 04:57:55 AM
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has the monday uppdate been posted yet?

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October 29, 2014, 05:53:16 AM
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has the monday uppdate been posted yet?

Not yet :/

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October 29, 2014, 06:32:50 AM
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Definitely. We should all meet in Paris in December to discuss this project.


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