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December 26, 2014, 11:13:15 PM
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so even with the database update, it still takes around 1gb of RAM to run Monero?

currently a 75% improvement but geez cmon
You don't have 1GB of RAM? Are you using a computer from this decade?
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December 26, 2014, 11:18:07 PM
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so even with the database update, it still takes around 1gb of RAM to run Monero?

currently a 75% improvement but geez cmon

Please read again

This shows the DB version using very little memory, well under 1 GB.

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December 26, 2014, 11:24:11 PM
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so even with the database update, it still takes around 1gb of RAM to run Monero?

currently a 75% improvement but geez cmon

Please read again

This shows the DB version using very little memory, well under 1 GB.

Everything on his entire system, including the daemon but also OS processes and whatever else, was using only 700 MB.
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December 26, 2014, 11:25:54 PM
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so even with the database update, it still takes around 1gb of RAM to run Monero?

currently a 75% improvement but geez cmon

Please read again

This shows the DB version using very little memory, well under 1 GB.

Everything on his entire system, including the daemon but also OS processes and whatever else, was using only 700 MB.

awesome thanks! Looking forward this to be released in primetime
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December 26, 2014, 11:27:49 PM
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so even with the database update, it still takes around 1gb of RAM to run Monero?

currently a 75% improvement but geez cmon
You don't have 1GB of RAM? Are you using a computer from this decade?

I was about to reply to this but then more relevant comments appeared so I don't even need to make a rebuttal, fortunately
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December 27, 2014, 02:05:19 AM
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chainradar has gone south since 364377, which leaves us with exactly zero working block explorers.

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December 27, 2014, 02:33:21 AM
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chainradar has gone south since 364377, which leaves us with exactly zero working block explorers.

I wonder why you guys don't know about https://minergate.com/blockchain/mro/blocks .
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December 27, 2014, 03:46:53 AM
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Where does the MyMonero.com development team meet up? Would like to get more insight into what they are doing and working on

Try the #monero or #monero-dev channel on freenode. You'll probably get a faster response there.

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December 27, 2014, 05:10:01 AM
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I just donated the following:
  • 1 XMR to the 1000 USD party fund (if/when XMR reaches 1000 US dollars per XMR)
  • 10 XMR to the 100 USD party fund (if/when XMR reaches 100 US dollars per XMR)
  • 100 XMR to the 10 USD party fund (if/when XMR reaches 10 US dollars per XMR)
So I basically donated 3000 potential dollars for partying Smiley Who said XMR people are boring?

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December 27, 2014, 05:34:51 AM
Last edit: December 28, 2014, 03:20:43 AM by GingerAle
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All right! I might have a wallet running on testnet. If so, here's the address

A2eiGeJsfhDWpqjAfNiUxXWSq1sMRVR5NQANV89fPgtU85F1ErTu92nP6BmQD1cLd1N7BA7UoTJJ2T1 iS8WwW1o4F6b2Q3N

of course, I got no coins to send. So I'm mining, so we'll see how that goes using the core's miner.

edited to add:

i literally found a block on testnet right after I posted:

[wallet 9vCGsa]: refresh
Starting refresh...
Height 8328, transaction <cc58468afde758f28ec99e2ae3d84cf64cad68ca60587032566cfa679f307b3c>, received 0.053018702159
Height 8328, transaction <cc58468afde758f28ec99e2ae3d84cf64cad68ca60587032566cfa679f307b3c>, received 0.400000000000
Height 8328, transaction <cc58468afde758f28ec99e2ae3d84cf64cad68ca60587032566cfa679f307b3c>, received 7.000000000000
Height 8328, transaction <cc58468afde758f28ec99e2ae3d84cf64cad68ca60587032566cfa679f307b3c>, received 10.000000000000
Refresh done, blocks received: 1                                
balance: 17.453018702159, unlocked balance: 0.000000000000
[wallet 9vCGsa]:

so who's got an address I can send to?

or, i could try and send it to the first machine I built this on.... lets see

(edited wallet address to a new address that is working on testnet after utilizing some patch in a fork, and the knife ran away with the spoon)

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December 27, 2014, 09:15:13 AM
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All right! I might have a wallet running on testnet. If so, here's the address

9vCGsaqMrFv5yrVmKMnPFe3kj5qCa686uMXxRndq7DhUfZ3eHieVJk6TzmpcQ1KkUQTksovMDH62Lg8 c8dJ42W3SJHMfreT

of course, I got no coins to send. So I'm mining, so we'll see how that goes using the core's miner.

edited to add:

i literally found a block on testnet right after I posted:

[wallet 9vCGsa]: refresh
Starting refresh...
Height 8328, transaction <cc58468afde758f28ec99e2ae3d84cf64cad68ca60587032566cfa679f307b3c>, received 0.053018702159
Height 8328, transaction <cc58468afde758f28ec99e2ae3d84cf64cad68ca60587032566cfa679f307b3c>, received 0.400000000000
Height 8328, transaction <cc58468afde758f28ec99e2ae3d84cf64cad68ca60587032566cfa679f307b3c>, received 7.000000000000
Height 8328, transaction <cc58468afde758f28ec99e2ae3d84cf64cad68ca60587032566cfa679f307b3c>, received 10.000000000000
Refresh done, blocks received: 1                               
balance: 17.453018702159, unlocked balance: 0.000000000000
[wallet 9vCGsa]:

so who's got an address I can send to?

or, i could try and send it to the first machine I built this on.... lets see

solo mining blocks, the good old days  Grin

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December 27, 2014, 04:57:02 PM
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Now that we have mymonero.com and MEW voted on the emission curve, it is time to market Monero a bit more. It is still too early for merchants since we don't have a payment processor but we can already prospect individuals.

MEW (what is MEW?) is setting up a Monero Marketing Task Force. For the moment at least, you must be member of MEW to participate (access starts from 50 XMR to become lifetime member). We may consider opening a public thread but nothing for sure - there are arguments both for and against a public thread.

What we are already considering:
- documentation (monerobase.com is a good start)
- contacting important twitters (not pumpers) and writing articles preferrably out of Cryptoland.
- increase our visibilty in the Chinese community. Due the capital flight restrictions in China, Monero is far better than Bitcoin. Sales pitch accordingly.

Monero Marketing Task Force

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December 28, 2014, 01:44:40 AM
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Now that we have mymonero.com and MEW voted on the emission curve, it is time to market Monero a bit more. It is still too early for merchants since we don't have a payment processor but we can already prospect individuals.

MEW (what is MEW?) is setting up a Monero Marketing Task Force. For the moment at least, you must be member of MEW to participate (access starts from 50 XMR to become lifetime member). We may consider opening a public thread but nothing for sure - there are arguments both for and against a public thread.

What we are already considering:
- documentation (monerobase.com is a good start)
- contacting important twitters (not pumpers) and writing articles preferrably out of Cryptoland.
- increase our visibilty in the Chinese community. Due the capital flight restrictions in China, Monero is far better than Bitcoin. Sales pitch accordingly.

Monero Marketing Task Force

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December 28, 2014, 02:50:41 AM
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It's a good time to be here Smiley

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December 28, 2014, 04:46:41 AM
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December 28, 2014, 05:49:48 AM
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we have mymonero.com and MEW voted on the emission curve

Is this why the price has been headed back up lately?

What is the significance of the emission curve vote?  Will the curve be changed?
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December 28, 2014, 05:52:40 AM
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we have mymonero.com and MEW voted on the emission curve

Is this why the price has been headed back up lately?

Hard to say. As you might imaging there has been quite a bit of discussion on the speculation thread, but it is always a matter of some guesswork to understand the markets.

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What is the significance of the emission curve vote?  Will the curve be changed?

After much discussion and such, it is take to vote on emission curve. This is ONLY for MEW members (you can apply if you want). For technical reasons, you can access the link without being a MEW member but your vote will not be taken into consideration. Also, discussions on this thread will be moved to the dicussion thread or deleted

XMR emission, actual voting

I can still make some changes on the wording (or the closing date) if you want - but the options for voting are not negotiable anymore.

Yay! Go core team go!
Even though the MEW votes are non-binding for the core team, you may appreciate that so far, votes are unanimously against changing the emission curve.
The total number of voices in MEW is presently 7627
A total of 4070 voices have already been given to option 1 - no change. This is 53% of possible voices, so even in the highly unlikely case that all remaining voices went to option #2, option #1 would stll be selected because it already have absolute majority. The vote is still ongoing, since I wrote that it closes on the 31st of December, but this is mostly symbolic.

So, this is official: MEW asks for the emission curve not to be changed.

And since the core team already thinks the same way, I can safely announce that:

Monero emission curve will not change.

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December 28, 2014, 05:57:51 AM
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It seems like the curve is dragging down the XMR price and could do so for the next several years.  What are the reasons not to change it?
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December 28, 2014, 06:57:23 AM
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pump 30%, any good news?

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December 28, 2014, 07:33:31 AM
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pump 30%, any good news?

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