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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4570599 times)
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December 03, 2016, 02:13:05 PM
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Good day time, dear miners, developers and others. I am a newbie Monero using, was able to install and sync wallet at my PC. What version and which miner do you guys use for mining Monero ? Wolf's miner has broken links in the discussion. I wonder what is the best choice for CPU mining ? Is it Linux or Windows OS, and what is the fastest one ?
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December 03, 2016, 02:26:44 PM
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Hello and welcome!
It all depends on the CPU you actually have. If yours is new enough and has AES_NI capabilities, Joblo's miner may be a good choice (and you can actually discuss with the developer in case of troubles) : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1326803.0

I have an old CPU and when I mine XMR I use an older miner (Tsiv's). It all depends on your CPU.

Also the pools use to link a few miners, you can try those out too. You will need to do a couple of tests by yourself to see what goes better for your configuration.

I don't know if linux or windows is better though... whatever x64 should do, linux is considered to be safer.

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December 03, 2016, 05:16:57 PM
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Good day time, dear miners, developers and others. I am a newbie Monero using, was able to install and sync wallet at my PC. What version and which miner do you guys use for mining Monero ? Wolf's miner has broken links in the discussion. I wonder what is the best choice for CPU mining ? Is it Linux or Windows OS, and what is the fastest one ?

Thanks for mining! You can mine in the daemon - simply open your monero-wallet-cli and type start_mining.

Linux is usually the best for Monero all around, as everything is developed in linux.

If you have AES-NI, wolf's miner is usually the best. THere's another one called YAM, but you need to have a better sense of what your CPU architecture is. Easy enough to figure out, but still.

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December 03, 2016, 07:46:27 PM
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Have jaxx clowns released their wallet finally?
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December 03, 2016, 07:53:45 PM
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@Monero team / community

Please consider checking out my new project which can potentially help spread new discussion for Monero! Today it was launched into Beta. You can claim your invite codes here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1699338.0

When I purchase advertisements from a range of crypto websites, this will bring in new traffic to my forum from different sources rather than just bitcointalk.
Monero are eligible to claim a featured category on my forum if they wish. (More info can be found on the thread/forum).

My budget for this project is 30-btc. Thanks for reading.

Plenty of recognized forums out there, no need. What would help the adoption is the DNM utilizing multisig as a part of escrow service. One last-ditch effort to build the one ended with preliminary closure of marketplace and reddit thread saying poor holders cant afford to transact via new "trustless" dark market platform. Darn marketplace with no customers.
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December 03, 2016, 08:42:16 PM
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@Monero team / community

Please consider checking out my new project which can potentially help spread new discussion for Monero! Today it was launched into Beta. You can claim your invite codes here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1699338.0

When I purchase advertisements from a range of crypto websites, this will bring in new traffic to my forum from different sources rather than just bitcointalk.
Monero are eligible to claim a featured category on my forum if they wish. (More info can be found on the thread/forum).

My budget for this project is 30-btc. Thanks for reading.

Plenty of recognized forums out there, no need. What would help the adoption is the DNM utilizing multisig as a part of escrow service. One last-ditch effort to build the one ended with preliminary closure of marketplace and reddit thread saying poor holders cant afford to transact via new "trustless" dark market platform. Darn marketplace with no customers.

Check out Bitbay for multisig implement in marketplace soon
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December 04, 2016, 03:50:44 PM
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Hey folks,

There is a new Monero-specific meetup group in London. Don't hesitate to join!  Smiley

https://www.meetup.com/Monero-London/

Monero's privacy and therefore fungibility are MUCH stronger than Bitcoin's. 
This makes Monero a better candidate to deserve the term "digital cash".
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December 04, 2016, 04:21:38 PM
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Have jaxx clowns released their wallet finally?

Bump. Is the GUI wallet out? In this regard r/monero keeps calm and theres not much posting about whats going on with the GUI.

Has it been released or... ?
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December 04, 2016, 04:28:17 PM
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Have jaxx clowns released their wallet finally?

Bump. Is the GUI wallet out? In this regard r/monero keeps calm and theres not much posting about whats going on with the GUI.

Has it been released or... ?

Not officially, but you can download it and compile it from source. I've used it, it's pretty slick - going to be nice, so hopefully soon.  Smiley
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December 04, 2016, 06:10:46 PM
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Have jaxx clowns released their wallet finally?

Bump. Is the GUI wallet out? In this regard r/monero keeps calm and theres not much posting about whats going on with the GUI.

Has it been released or... ?

You could always keep an eye on the Monero development meetings which happen every two weeks. They will give you an idea of how the GUI wallet is progressing, along with everything else that is going on. HelloMonero does a nice summary shortly after each meeting: https://hellomonero.com/article/monero-dev-meeting-note-highlights-and-transcript-2016-11-27

As you'll see from the above link, the GUI will likely be released before the hardfork in January. So we can reasonably expect the GUI sometime in December. Presumably before Christmas.

There's also the Monero Github: https://github.com/monero-project/monero

But most importantly, I'm glad it will be released when it's ready, rather than being released with glitches which would provide ammo for the haters out there.
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December 04, 2016, 06:45:41 PM
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Have jaxx clowns released their wallet finally?

Bump. Is the GUI wallet out? In this regard r/monero keeps calm and theres not much posting about whats going on with the GUI.

Has it been released or... ?

You could always keep an eye on the Monero development meetings which happen every two weeks. They will give you an idea of how the GUI wallet is progressing, along with everything else that is going on. HelloMonero does a nice summary shortly after each meeting: https://hellomonero.com/article/monero-dev-meeting-note-highlights-and-transcript-2016-11-27

As you'll see from the above link, the GUI will likely be released before the hardfork in January. So we can reasonably expect the GUI sometime in December. Presumably before Christmas.

There's also the Monero Github: https://github.com/monero-project/monero

But most importantly, I'm glad it will be released when it's ready, rather than being released with glitches which would provide ammo for the haters out there.

Im on monero channel, always there. Dev meetings do not cover various third party undertakings such as jaxx pledging themselves to release a working piece of software by early November.

Out of sheer curiosity I asked about the progress being made on the jaxx wallet, not the official one, of course.

So it became apparent jaxx just went for a hole in one. Nothing delivered but they just tell u its cooking and u will be given more details in due course.

*whispering*  march.. late march 2017..
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December 05, 2016, 08:18:46 PM
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I posted the following thoughts on another thread regarding ideal features of an altcoin. Since my current interest is on XMR, I figured I'd post it on here hoping that the smart folks can comment and explain whether it is even technically feasible and the challenges to overcome to implement it:


I think anonymous/private/untraceable transactions is still the mainstay among all the desired features in a coin. That's pretty much obvious.

Most if not all coins (I don't know since I don't follow all of them) are focused on a lump-sum mining reward system; a winner-take-all reward model. How about incorporating a mining-pool-like reward structure within the protocol? In other words, why not distribute the mining reward to all participating miners/workers according to shares similar to what current mining pools are already doing? Perhaps, a little extra reward to the miner/worker that solves a block could also be included as additional motivation for "individuals" to dedicate more hashing power to the network. I'm not sure if this is even technically achievable as I am not a full-fledged geek but if it is, it should prevent centralization by dominant mining pools. This should encourage "individual" (solo) mining since there will be a guaranteed reward already regardless of hashing power instead of waiting forever to win the "lottery", thereby taking a mining pool out of the equation. This could also end the mining pool business model and therefore maintain decentralization.

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December 05, 2016, 10:20:59 PM
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So now that xmr is a serious coin would you guys recommend holding it in my portfolio for later in life or did it just have its minute of fame and its going to die like ltc did.

Just wondering.

As someone who has been long on XMR for quite some time, I would say, yes, it's absolutely a good investment for "later". However. Anything can change, this is a new realm. Point was, I am still buying. Tongue


Edit - have been using the compiled linux gui a bit, found a bug once, but it's shaping up to be a good release in the end, everything worked for me except  a few minor bugs. Feeling pretty confident about things overall. Cheesy

Cheers! Smiley

Edit 2 - This is NOT investment advice, merely opinion! Cheesy

Thanks for the advice man. But its hard to take your word for it because your already long on it and in profit I assume.

I'll wait to get more advice and see where I can go from there.

If you don't mind holding for 6 months  then buy if you expect  quick returns then your just gambling. I have been grabbing some in the dips as I was divested when the spike hit but I know it will never drop back to those prices so am just trying to get some in the dips as I said. I know it will still be a long road to adoption but this is not a fly by night project, it has legs and will be around for years to come unless the crypto gets broken which is not in the immediate future. BTW anyone that has followed my advice is in profit.

Yeah I've been watching and decided to buy in today and I'll keep buying a few coins every day over th3e next few months. I'll check back then and let you guys know what my average is.

Nice, we all need more people on the coin. Anyhow, don't throw me under the bus for my predictions in a few months should it downtrend.  - in fact, I'm not much in profit TBH. If you see my history you can probably see I missed out as well.. BUT... I'm STILL long though. Good replies to my post, much appreciated everyone! Cheesy


Dont worry good man I wont blame you for anything. I put on my pants just like you everyday and I understand the risks involved when investing in anything specifically digital cryptos. You and I good man we can ride this together. Im ready to go down with the ship or ride it off into the sunset. Let's do this!
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December 06, 2016, 03:06:26 AM
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I posted the following thoughts on another thread regarding ideal features of an altcoin. Since my current interest is on XMR, I figured I'd post it on here hoping that the smart folks can comment and explain whether it is even technically feasible and the challenges to overcome to implement it:


I think anonymous/private/untraceable transactions is still the mainstay among all the desired features in a coin. That's pretty much obvious.

Most if not all coins (I don't know since I don't follow all of them) are focused on a lump-sum mining reward system; a winner-take-all reward model. How about incorporating a mining-pool-like reward structure within the protocol? In other words, why not distribute the mining reward to all participating miners/workers according to shares similar to what current mining pools are already doing? Perhaps, a little extra reward to the miner/worker that solves a block could also be included as additional motivation for "individuals" to dedicate more hashing power to the network. I'm not sure if this is even technically achievable as I am not a full-fledged geek but if it is, it should prevent centralization by dominant mining pools. This should encourage "individual" (solo) mining since there will be a guaranteed reward already regardless of hashing power instead of waiting forever to win the "lottery", thereby taking a mining pool out of the equation. This could also end the mining pool business model and therefore maintain decentralization.



This is basically p2pool that exists for Bitcoin and clones. It would be nice if there were a p2pool implementation for Monero, but it hasn't a big difference for Bitcoin.
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December 06, 2016, 06:28:58 PM
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Hello
 How can i track my Monero transfer (deposit/Withdraw) between my 2 wallets? like in blockchain.info in bitcoin

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December 06, 2016, 06:43:10 PM
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Hello
 How can i track my Monero transfer (deposit/Withdraw) between my 2 wallets? like in blockchain.info in bitcoin



First and foremost, you can't lookup addresses on the Monero blockchain. However, there is a way to check if your payment arrived.

This example assumes you use the CLI wallet ("monero-wallet-cli").

In wallet A, type the following command:

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get_tx_key <transaction_hash/ID>

Subsequently use the following tool:

http://xmr.llcoins.net/checktx.html

  • On line 1, enter the transaction hash / ID
  • On line 2, enter the private tx key you just obtained in monero-wallet-cli. In addition, change "Private Viewkey" to "Tx Private Key"
  • On line 3, enter the address of wallet B

The output of that tool should show that the transaction performed by wallet A safely arrived at wallet B.

Privacy matters, use Monero - A true untraceable cryptocurrency
Why Monero matters? http://weuse.cash/2016/03/05/bitcoiners-hedge-your-position/
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December 06, 2016, 07:58:57 PM
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Monero is trading on Bitfinex now.
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December 06, 2016, 09:40:14 PM
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Monero is trading on Bitfinex now.

Is coinbase next?
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December 06, 2016, 10:04:06 PM
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Monero is trading on Bitfinex now.

Is coinbase next?

Probably not if IRS bends them over
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December 07, 2016, 12:41:26 PM
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If you have AES-NI, wolf's miner is usually the best. THere's another one called YAM, but you need to have a better sense of what your CPU architecture is. Easy enough to figure out, but still.

Is Wolf's miner better than YAM on modern CPUs (AES-NI, AVX[2])?
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