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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4553745 times)
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October 29, 2014, 07:38:58 AM
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Please for your help!
When sending Monero coin from my personal wallet at exchange having to write one letter at all address and ID key! This is because simplewallet.exe a DOS application, and it can not use copy / paste! At least I do not know how! Please tell me how to send Exchange, you always have to write letter by letter .... are many characters and the ability to make a mistake in writing is great. Is there any way?
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I'm not sure I understand you correctly but if the problem is in pasting in the command prompt window, you can do it. Click on the top left corner of the black command prompt window like this, then select "Edit", then "Paste":



Works as well in simplewallet.

That's what it is! Thank you!  Wink

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October 29, 2014, 07:40:15 AM
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Please for your help!
When sending Monero coin from my personal wallet at exchange having to write one letter at all address and ID key! This is because simplewallet.exe a DOS application, and it can not use copy / paste! At least I do not know how! Please tell me how to send Exchange, you always have to write letter by letter .... are many characters and the ability to make a mistake in writing is great. Is there any way?
Thanks!

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/282301

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Although'm Windows 8.1 everything happened as you wrote!
Thank you once again. Saved me a lot of writing.  Wink

You are welcome.

I deleted my post because I thought the next reply about using the Edit menu was better, but some might prefer QuickEdit mode (see above quoted link) too.
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October 29, 2014, 07:44:53 AM
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What's going on in the Monero network?

Network Hash Rate: 13.75 MH/sec

MoneroPool.com Hash Rate: 10.10 MH/sec

Pretty odd, isn't it?

ADD: MoneroPool.com Connected Miners: 329
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October 29, 2014, 07:50:14 AM
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What's going on in the Monero network?

Network Hash Rate: 13.75 MH/sec

There is literally no way to directly measure the network hash rate. I think the pool display uses an estimate based on difficulty but I'm not sure. The difficulty is calculated based on an estimate over the past 12 hours. The hash rate for each pool is based on 10 minutes. So when the hash rate fluctuates or moves between pools you can get some very inconsistent estimates.
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October 29, 2014, 07:53:15 AM
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Definitely. We should all meet in Paris in December to discuss this project.
Why in Paris?

It's romantic, more love in the air.
I'm joking.
It's just more practical. There are a lot a Bitcoin meeting in Paris. Almost every weeks. I can use these occasions to advertise about Monero.
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October 29, 2014, 07:57:40 AM
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What's going on in the Monero network?

Network Hash Rate: 13.75 MH/sec

There is literally no way to directly measure the network hash rate. I think the pool display uses an estimate based on difficulty but I'm not sure. The difficulty is calculated based on an estimate over the past 12 hours. The hash rate for each pool is based on 10 minutes. So when the hash rate fluctuates or moves between pools you can get some very inconsistent estimates.


Oh, I didn't know that. Big thanks for clarifying :-)
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October 29, 2014, 08:26:49 AM
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What's going on in the Monero network?

Network Hash Rate: 13.75 MH/sec

There is literally no way to directly measure the network hash rate. I think the pool display uses an estimate based on difficulty but I'm not sure. The difficulty is calculated based on an estimate over the past 12 hours. The hash rate for each pool is based on 10 minutes. So when the hash rate fluctuates or moves between pools you can get some very inconsistent estimates.


Whatever the measure, it is too high for a pool to have more than 50% of total hash rate. I am comfortable for any pool to have less than 25%.
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October 29, 2014, 09:09:06 AM
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What's going on in the Monero network?

Network Hash Rate: 13.75 MH/sec

There is literally no way to directly measure the network hash rate. I think the pool display uses an estimate based on difficulty but I'm not sure. The difficulty is calculated based on an estimate over the past 12 hours. The hash rate for each pool is based on 10 minutes. So when the hash rate fluctuates or moves between pools you can get some very inconsistent estimates.


Whatever the measure, it is too high for a pool to have more than 50% of total hash rate. I am comfortable for any pool to have less than 25%.

Rather saying, http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/ has 3.31 MH/sec of Network Hash Rate: 14.25 MH/sec - join it with
https://moneropool.com/ that has 9.95 MH/sec of Network Hash Rate: 14.27 MH/sec. => we obtain nearly 100% +- 30% total network power depending on network hash rate computation accuracy.

Even if they compute hash rate with some errors, till +-30% or 50% accuracy, ***this is ABNORMAL!!!***

Furthermore, if we look at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.0 (this thread first page),
there are NO moneropool.com LISTED in recommended pools at all!!!!!

Who can explain, WTF happen with Monero?!!

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October 29, 2014, 09:51:11 AM
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Whatever the measure, it is too high for a pool to have more than 50% of total hash rate. I am comfortable for any pool to have less than 25%.

Rather saying, http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/ has 3.31 MH/sec of Network Hash Rate: 14.25 MH/sec - join it with
https://moneropool.com/ that has 9.95 MH/sec of Network Hash Rate: 14.27 MH/sec. => we obtain nearly 100% +- 30% total network power depending on network hash rate computation accuracy.

Even if they compute hash rate with some errors, till +-30% or 50% accuracy, ***this is ABNORMAL!!!***

Furthermore, if we look at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.0 (this thread first page),
there are NO moneropool.com LISTED in recommended pools at all!!!!!

Who can explain, WTF happen with Monero?!!

Nor do they list dwarfpool.com which does 3121.874 khs just now. I asked upon that pool missing from the list before.
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October 29, 2014, 09:55:16 AM
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may I say I like the fact that "moneroj" as plural for monero is catching on?  Grin

The question is, how is it pronounced?
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October 29, 2014, 10:02:11 AM
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may I say I like the fact that "moneroj" as plural for monero is catching on?  Grin

The question is, how is it pronounced?

if you are an english speaker, it's pronounced like "Mone Roy"

edit: Esperanto was designed in a way that different people could pronounce it with their own "dialect" I think...
If you are from portugual, I can imagine you would pronounce it as "Mone Rosh"  (something like that  :p)

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October 29, 2014, 10:12:50 AM
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may I say I like the fact that "moneroj" as plural for monero is catching on?  Grin

The question is, how is it pronounced?

if you are an english speaker, it's pronounced like "Mone Roy"

edit: Esperanto was designed in a way that different people could pronounce it with their own "dialect" I think...
If you are from portugual, I can imagine you would pronounce it as "Mone Rosh"  (something like that  :p)


Why 'moneroj'?? I'd like to know. It's not Euroj either... plural: 'Euros'.. I'll be using 'moneros' as plural to stay in line with european consitency and orderliness Cheesy

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October 29, 2014, 10:19:58 AM
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Furthermore, if we look at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.0 (this thread first page),
there are NO moneropool.com LISTED in recommended pools at all!!!!!

The bigger pools are not listed because we don't recommend people join the bigger pools. Join smaller pools instead!

The question of hash rate calculation was already answered.
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October 29, 2014, 10:22:39 AM
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I am using v.0.8.8.1.

That is too old. You need to upgrade to current version from the OP.

Then wait 24 hours to see if the transaction eventually goes through.

If not, then backup your wallet and then delete the wallet.bin file (not .keys file) and restart the wallet. The coins will be returned to your balance.



Thanks, I just upgraded to 0.8.8.4-release, and replaced all my wallet files with backed up versions. Everything synchs up fine, and my balance returned to what it was before.

However, now, when I try to make a transaction, I get this error message

Code:
Error: transaction <764cee70aaf2d9c320a9578efe5cc3f5fc43304a173f56bd6792172a8755b93f> was rejected by daemon with status "Failed"

and in the deamon, I get

Code:
2014-Oct-29 11:15:17.503604 [RPC0][on_send_raw_tx]: Failed to process tx

The same thing happens if I use the official osx binaries, or if I install by brew. Any ideas?
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October 29, 2014, 10:24:59 AM
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I am using v.0.8.8.1.

That is too old. You need to upgrade to current version from the OP.

Then wait 24 hours to see if the transaction eventually goes through.

If not, then backup your wallet and then delete the wallet.bin file (not .keys file) and restart the wallet. The coins will be returned to your balance.



Thanks, I just upgraded to 0.8.8.4-release, and replaced all my wallet files with backed up versions. Everything synchs up fine, and my balance returned to what it was before.

However, now, when I try to make a transaction, I get this error message

Code:
Error: transaction <764cee70aaf2d9c320a9578efe5cc3f5fc43304a173f56bd6792172a8755b93f> was rejected by daemon with status "Failed"

and in the deamon, I get

Code:
2014-Oct-29 11:15:17.503604 [RPC0][on_send_raw_tx]: Failed to process tx[\code]

The same thing happens if I use the official osx binaries, or if I install by brew. Any ideas?

You need to wait 24 hours for the original attempt to time out.

Alternately you can try deleting your poolstate.bin file and retrying.

In either case, once again delete your wallet.bin file (not .keys) and resync first.


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October 29, 2014, 10:27:06 AM
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may I say I like the fact that "moneroj" as plural for monero is catching on?  Grin

The question is, how is it pronounced?

if you are an english speaker, it's pronounced like "Mone Roy"

edit: Esperanto was designed in a way that different people could pronounce it with their own "dialect" I think...
If you are from portugual, I can imagine you would pronounce it as "Mone Rosh"  (something like that  :p)

Mone is ambiguous. Do you mean that it is pronounced moan-roy? (And don't tell me you that Monero is actually pronounced like moan-ro, lol)


Why 'moneroj'?? I'd like to know. It's not Euroj either... plural: 'Euros'.. I'll be using 'moneros' as plural to stay in line with european consitency and orderliness Cheesy


It's an Esperanto word.
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October 29, 2014, 10:30:38 AM
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may I say I like the fact that "moneroj" as plural for monero is catching on?  Grin

The question is, how is it pronounced?

if you are an english speaker, it's pronounced like "Mone Roy"

edit: Esperanto was designed in a way that different people could pronounce it with their own "dialect" I think...
If you are from portugual, I can imagine you would pronounce it as "Mone Rosh"  (something like that  :p)

Mone is ambiguous. Do you mean that it is pronounced moan-roy? (And don't tell me No, that Monero is actually pronounced like moan-ro, lol)

Ok, you are right  :p
No, it's indeed "Mo Ne Roy" (NOT MoanRoy)
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Why 'moneroj'?? I'd like to know. It's not Euroj either... plural: 'Euros'.. I'll be using 'moneros' as plural to stay in line with european consitency and orderliness Cheesy


It's an Esperanto word.

indeed  Smiley It's just a fun way to use the Esperanto plural in stead of the "boring" 's' plural)

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October 29, 2014, 10:39:57 AM
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Just for posterity:

On Monday I bought my first item with XMR, a guitar theory course at  http://www.guitartheoryrevolution.info for 35 XMR.

The transaction went well and the material is great so if anyone is interested in this kind of stuff support the guy Smiley

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October 29, 2014, 11:49:26 AM
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It's read as written, Moneroj. I don't know where you get that rosh or roy. It's ROJ.
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October 29, 2014, 12:15:54 PM
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RAM usage is continuing to get worse as well. I have 7.67/8GB in use now and rising as it's syncing.

I think it just uses most you have. Some said it use most of their 3 gb RAM. Probably also most of 16 gb RAM. It is true that is not so convenient to run bitmonerod. You just do when you really have to. Lets hoe soon will get better.

This is not true on my system. I just launched the daemon and synced up and it's using less than 4.5 GB. Total RAM 32 GB; Win 8.1.
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