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February 27, 2015, 11:04:16 AM
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It is getting hard to buy XMR on Polo...liquidity is definitely drying up.  I just bought 2 BTC and I'm attempting to purchase XMR with them, but it is impossible without driving the price up massively.  Looking at the trend, it seems like some people who know about technical analysis are getting into this coin (or at least their TA bots are). The screenshot below shows the trend line for the past few days. Granted it is hard to look at a trend for 6 days, but things in crypto also move faster than your typical stock market Smiley

I'm tempted to say that unless a big whale either buys or sells this coin, we will continue to move in this trend and the price should remain (relatively) stable. The ones that are suggesting that this is valued at 0.001 may be kicking themselves when they have to buy back in at 0.003 or higher in the coming weeks...


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February 27, 2015, 05:33:53 PM
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I'm tempted to say that unless a big whale either buys or sells this coin, we will continue to move in this trend and the price should remain (relatively) stable. The ones that are suggesting that this is valued at 0.001 may be kicking themselves when they have to buy back in at 0.003 or higher in the coming weeks...


I am still kicking myself that I bought a more sizable BTC amount after the $30 bubble at $5, missed $2 because I thought $1 would be much better and I could buy big (not sure if $2xx bitcoin is not a similar deal)

On a second thought, buying bitcoin at $5 was smart, what I should be really kicking myself about was that I didn't buy enough Smiley
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February 27, 2015, 05:39:20 PM
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I'm tempted to say that unless a big whale either buys or sells this coin, we will continue to move in this trend and the price should remain (relatively) stable. The ones that are suggesting that this is valued at 0.001 may be kicking themselves when they have to buy back in at 0.003 or higher in the coming weeks...


I am still kicking myself that I bought a more sizable BTC amount after the $30 bubble at $5, missed $2 because I thought $1 would be much better and I could buy big (not sure if $2xx bitcoin is not a similar deal)

On a second thought, buying bitcoin at $5 was smart, what I should be really kicking myself about was that I didn't buy enough Smiley

It's very hard to exactly time tops and bottoms. It's good to spread your buying over a period of say 8-10 weeks and buy more when the price is better and buy less when the price is worse.

If you're in in for the long run you should just buy and hold, just try to keep your buy price as low as possible ofcourse.
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February 27, 2015, 06:46:44 PM
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It is getting hard to buy XMR on Polo...liquidity is definitely drying up.  I just bought 2 BTC and I'm attempting to purchase XMR with them, but it is impossible without driving the price up massively.  Looking at the trend, it seems like some people who know about technical analysis are getting into this coin (or at least their TA bots are). The screenshot below shows the trend line for the past few days. Granted it is hard to look at a trend for 6 days, but things in crypto also move faster than your typical stock market Smiley



What are you smoking? 2 btc is ~1300XMR which can be purchased very very easily. Liquidity is actually better than its been for a very long time right now you can buy 30k for under 0.0016,i.e moving the price up 0.0001. A few months ago buying 30k could move the price 15-20%
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February 28, 2015, 12:34:49 AM
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It is getting hard to buy XMR on Polo...liquidity is definitely drying up.  I just bought 2 BTC and I'm attempting to purchase XMR with them, but it is impossible without driving the price up massively.  Looking at the trend, it seems like some people who know about technical analysis are getting into this coin (or at least their TA bots are). The screenshot below shows the trend line for the past few days. Granted it is hard to look at a trend for 6 days, but things in crypto also move faster than your typical stock market Smiley



What are you smoking? 2 btc is ~1300XMR which can be purchased very very easily. Liquidity is actually better than its been for a very long time right now you can buy 30k for under 0.0016,i.e moving the price up 0.0001. A few months ago buying 30k could move the price 15-20%

maybe my definition of massively is different than yours. 2 btc at this moment would drive the price from 151k to 157k. That is almost 4%, which I felt was quite a lot of change in price for a 2 BTC purchase. Regardless, I think people who buy this month will be sitting pretty in a year.

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I just realized Satoshi has a full wiki page in esperanto: http://eo.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satoshi_Nakamoto
coincidence? I would like to think not Tongue

It's pretty amazing that between my English and Spanish I can, for the most part, put together a rough understanding of that wiki Smiley

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February 28, 2015, 09:30:24 AM
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I like how price looks last few days.
More projects please! Let it rise!

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IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO MINERS :

If you have not donated to freebazaar's development, show support by pointing hash to dwarfpool.
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February 28, 2015, 02:24:42 PM
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Editorials are coming to the official forum: https://forum.getmonero.org/20/general-discussion/184/editorials

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February 28, 2015, 02:36:58 PM
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Now if only Satoshi would write something about Monero in esperanto!! Smiley

I just realized Satoshi has a full wiki page in esperanto: http://eo.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satoshi_Nakamoto
coincidence? I would like to think not Tongue
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February 28, 2015, 04:47:15 PM
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So its my understanding after listening to the latest Missive that the next daemon release you will be able to clean up dust without incurring a per KB fee using 0 mixin.  Will those that mine in a pool be allowed to keep their accumulated dust from emissions as it rolls over from pay out to payout.   Or will mining now only generate 2 places right of the decimal point (.25) ?

Thanks for any clarity on this.


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February 28, 2015, 05:07:00 PM
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I just realized Satoshi has a full wiki page in esperanto: http://eo.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satoshi_Nakamoto
coincidence? I would like to think not Tongue

It's pretty amazing that between my English and Spanish I can, for the most part, put together a rough understanding of that wiki Smiley
It is well known (and double confirmed) that Satoshi Nakamoto learn from his own mistakes, is now a full supporter of monero.
It is well known (and double confirmed) also, that he sells all of his bitcoins to buy moneros.
God forgive us!
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February 28, 2015, 05:08:24 PM
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Is it true? Wink

I just realized Satoshi has a full wiki page in esperanto: http://eo.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satoshi_Nakamoto
coincidence? I would like to think not Tongue

It's pretty amazing that between my English and Spanish I can, for the most part, put together a rough understanding of that wiki Smiley
It is well known (and double confirmed) that Satoshi Nakamoto learn from his own mistakes, is now a full supporter of monero.
It is well known (and double confirmed) also, that he sells all of his bitcoins to buy moneros.
God forgive us!

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February 28, 2015, 05:14:55 PM
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Is it true? Wink

Double confirmed  Grin
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February 28, 2015, 06:52:02 PM
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Wallet             Official       Graphical                       Binaries                   Notes
                                                Windows       Mac       Linux    FreeBSD
simplewallet                                   (d/l)     (d/l)     (d/l)     (d/l)    source
Monero Client .NET                             (d/l)                                  full node or remote node
Qt GUI                                                                                source. Full node only
lightWallet                                   (d/l)                                  source. Full node or remote node. Torrent with binaries + blockchain
mymonero.com                                                                          author is a core dev
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Great overview! Should go on the monero.cc website, I guess? Some small corrections:

  • if not open-source, I would maybe indicate "closed source", as this is a critical thing in crypto currencies (Monero Client .NET and mymonero.com as well, strictly speaking)
  • mymonero.com should maybe have dashes for all "binary" flags
  • an API/RPC column would be really helpful (only simplewallet, I think?)
  • BitKoot's CryptoNoteWallet is graphical
  • What makes BitKoot's CryptoNoteWallet "official"?

A bug on the forum prevents me to add it, I already created a bug report

For closed-source, I will add a column (this is only for mymonero so far and I will add a mention that it will ultimately be open-sourced). I won't do it with the present BBCode, because this is horrible to edit, Markdown is much better (essentially because you can insert HTML in Markdown)

API/RPC column: it would require more than a yes/no, right? Because not every software would accept any API/RPC

Similarly, I will add an OpenAlias column

Since this is a lot of colum, I will pivot the table, with one column per wallet (instead of one row, presently)

I will correct for cryptonote - mere oversight, when copying/pasting, thanks
Done!


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February 28, 2015, 08:32:05 PM
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Important update for those that had funds on MintPal

We worked with the former MintPal developers who managed to get the wallet from the server, and we're happy to confirm that we have assisted them in recovering the *full* balance that was on MintPal. If you had Monero on it, you will have received an email from them, and you will be able to withdraw it. Not a single Monero was lost, which really is very fortunate.

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How much Monero was presumed lost on Mintpal?

Important update for those that had funds on MintPal

We worked with the former MintPal developers who managed to get the wallet from the server, and we're happy to confirm that we have assisted them in recovering the *full* balance that was on MintPal. If you had Monero on it, you will have received an email from them, and you will be able to withdraw it. Not a single Monero was lost, which really is very fortunate.
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February 28, 2015, 08:53:24 PM
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So its my understanding after listening to the latest Missive that the next daemon release you will be able to clean up dust without incurring a per KB fee using 0 mixin.  Will those that mine in a pool be allowed to keep their accumulated dust from emissions as it rolls over from pay out to payout.   Or will mining now only generate 2 places right of the decimal point (.25) ?

Thanks for any clarity on this.

The removal of dust is unrelated to fees - if you have dust it is still going to cost you to sweep it. Two things will change once we have implemented the MRL 4 recommendations:

1. No new dust will be created ever. This is part of the hard-fork changes, as it will mean that on a protocol level nodes will reject transactions that attempt to create unique outputs with no peers in the txoset (although, as a sidenote, new outputs without any txoset peers can be created in expectation of peers existing soon-ish, as long as it is complies with the ^10 / order of magnitude rule and thus isn't unmixable)

2. Existing dust can be spent at mixin 0, as long as the outputs the transaction creates comply with rule 1.

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How much Monero was presumed lost on Mintpal?

124 896 XMR, all recovered:)

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