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March 12, 2017, 01:06:52 PM
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hi freinds i any news of monero why etherum in 0.019 and xmr price still dwon.if you see a good futur for monero halpe me to understand this sutuation
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March 12, 2017, 05:40:58 PM
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I'm coming to see if the community would like a dedicated Monero T-shirt store! I have it pretty much built out just making sure there is some interest in this. I'll come up with some cool designs.

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Also, if you are a graphic designer please get in touch with me ( for a partnership ).

Go for it.

Thanks! I'll go ahead and launch it very soon  Grin


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March 12, 2017, 06:37:55 PM
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Great work  Grin Grin Grin

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March 12, 2017, 10:38:06 PM
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I am getting strange message in the monero daemon window.

Code:
2017-03-12 23:19:23.777     7f293f3dd780 ERROR default src/common/boost_serialization_helper.h:121 Exception at [unserialize_obj_from_file], what=unsupported version
2017-03-12 23:19:23.777     7f293f3dd780 ERROR txpool src/cryptonote_core/tx_pool.cpp:742 Failed to load memory pool from file /home/user/.bitmonero/poolstate.bin

What only I could find about this is:
https://github.com/monero-project/monero/issues/849

The last answer before closing the issue answer states
"This issue has been fixed (somehow)".

However this somehow is... not really satisfying.

I am trying to use monero v0.10.2.1 and linux Mint 17.3 with libboost 1.55 version.
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March 12, 2017, 11:06:16 PM
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XMR.TO has a new TOR address: xmrto2bturnore26.onion


You can use it without javascript. Enjoy!


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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March 13, 2017, 05:54:09 AM
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Do you guys ever have delayed sends from the Monero Windows GUI wallet?  I sent 4 transactions in 20 minute period (2 large and 2 small) and the 2 small ones were sent quickly and the other 2 disappeared for 2 hrs and then were shown in my transaction history with a time 2 hrs past the other small ones.
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March 13, 2017, 11:00:01 AM
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No "real"proof except for the funds would have would not be sent out in little amounts stretched over a long period of time. If i was to move my funds it would be all at once. I was greeted with a you must update you wallet files, so I wanted to make sure I didn't screw anything up. I guess I could fire up an old wallet show you screenshots of the screen with the funds there but at soon as it hits that day the balance drops to 0.

Again, just looking for some advice on what appears to have happened. I still have the original wallet files and keys. I made backups before I started the update process. Have also only used the command line wallet.

So I assume the coins are gone, but I was wondering it there was any significance to that date (1/17/2016).

Thank you again.

Also my main name on here was sk00t3r, I'm fairly confident that it was hacked, these is not my first two posts. I have tried everything to recover my original account.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=316944

You can clearly tell someone hijacked my btctalk account look at the grammar at my early posts, the last post by me was October 16,2014. Then look at what it has turned into in later posts starting with the very next post February 3rd 2016. Something happened in those 3 months and I can promise you it was not me making any post after my final post on October 16, 2014.

Thank you all again.

I am sorry for your loss!
What Operating System were/are you using to store your XMR. If you usr products from Richmond US you should consider changing that to an UNIX'isch for that porpuse since we all know that WIN is the same like FB in terms of privacy and security of your data.

Hope you find that bastard  Roll Eyes Cheesy

These are some strange and interesting developments.

Be sure to use 16 digit passwords, and don't use the same ones for any other accounts than BTCtalk. You may even consider using Apple products and VPN/TOR for added security - although the captchas are not fun LOL
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March 13, 2017, 02:27:43 PM
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Do you guys ever have delayed sends from the Monero Windows GUI wallet?  I sent 4 transactions in 20 minute period (2 large and 2 small) and the 2 small ones were sent quickly and the other 2 disappeared for 2 hrs and then were shown in my transaction history with a time 2 hrs past the other small ones.

For visibility, I posted this in the speculation thread:

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The 2 smaller ones were probably included in a block earlier, hence the perceived delay. This, for instance, could've been caused by those transactions having a more attractive fee per kB ratio. Alternatively, it could've been simply random.

If you enter your transaction hashes into https://xmrchain.net/ you can see in which block they were included.

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March 13, 2017, 02:53:58 PM
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No "real"proof except for the funds would have would not be sent out in little amounts stretched over a long period of time. If i was to move my funds it would be all at once. I was greeted with a you must update you wallet files, so I wanted to make sure I didn't screw anything up. I guess I could fire up an old wallet show you screenshots of the screen with the funds there but at soon as it hits that day the balance drops to 0.

Again, just looking for some advice on what appears to have happened. I still have the original wallet files and keys. I made backups before I started the update process. Have also only used the command line wallet.

So I assume the coins are gone, but I was wondering it there was any significance to that date (1/17/2016).

Thank you again.

Also my main name on here was sk00t3r, I'm fairly confident that it was hacked, these is not my first two posts. I have tried everything to recover my original account.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=316944

You can clearly tell someone hijacked my btctalk account look at the grammar at my early posts, the last post by me was October 16,2014. Then look at what it has turned into in later posts starting with the very next post February 3rd 2016. Something happened in those 3 months and I can promise you it was not me making any post after my final post on October 16, 2014.

Thank you all again.

I am sorry for your loss!
What Operating System were/are you using to store your XMR. If you usr products from Richmond US you should consider changing that to an UNIX'isch for that porpuse since we all know that WIN is the same like FB in terms of privacy and security of your data.

Hope you find that bastard  Roll Eyes Cheesy

  • First step to not losing coins: don't use the same computer to both store a crypto wallet and use for web browsing, email, skype, java, etc. Buy a dedicated piece of hardware for $500 or less, turn off unnecessary services, enable firewall and don't use it for anything besides running a wallet/node.
  • Second step, consider offline storage for significant amounts. Paper or electronic doesn't really matter as long as you have a well thought out plan in case you lose (access to) your primary storage device.
  • Third step, consider your OS.

Yes, Windows and Apple have more exploits than Linux/*BSD but if you haven't thought out #1 and #2 above then it's sort of irrelevant. Safe computing practices will almost always protect your assets while relying on an OS to protect unsafe computing practices will not.

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March 13, 2017, 03:12:38 PM
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insider shit coin pumps agaiiinn

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March 13, 2017, 03:59:51 PM
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I know this has probably been asked 100 times, but my searching through the web and bct didn't provide me any additional insights.  Has anyone tried the new P2 series AWS instances?  What type of hash rates could one expect?

Did anyone get a chance to read my above question?  Really looking for some feedback here Smiley
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March 13, 2017, 04:32:59 PM
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I know this has probably been asked 100 times, but my searching through the web and bct didn't provide me any additional insights.  Has anyone tried the new P2 series AWS instances?  What type of hash rates could one expect?

Did anyone get a chance to read my above question?  Really looking for some feedback here Smiley

Probably best to post your question on the specific Monero Mining thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=653467

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March 13, 2017, 11:10:51 PM
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Wolfram Warptangent, Point Release 2.1

https://github.com/monero-project/monero/releases

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the 0.10.2.1 point release fixes two sets of RPC issues that affected the 0.10.2 point release

What happened to the pretty colors?

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March 13, 2017, 11:15:06 PM
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insider shit coin pumps agaiiinn

Jealous troll holds no XMR. Obama Shills got paid tree fiddy per shill post. Your effort wasn't worth tree cents.

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March 14, 2017, 04:02:13 AM
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No "real"proof except for the funds would have would not be sent out in little amounts stretched over a long period of time. If i was to move my funds it would be all at once. I was greeted with a you must update you wallet files, so I wanted to make sure I didn't screw anything up. I guess I could fire up an old wallet show you screenshots of the screen with the funds there but at soon as it hits that day the balance drops to 0.

Again, just looking for some advice on what appears to have happened. I still have the original wallet files and keys. I made backups before I started the update process. Have also only used the command line wallet.

So I assume the coins are gone, but I was wondering it there was any significance to that date (1/17/2016).

Thank you again.

Also my main name on here was sk00t3r, I'm fairly confident that it was hacked, these is not my first two posts. I have tried everything to recover my original account.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=316944

You can clearly tell someone hijacked my btctalk account look at the grammar at my early posts, the last post by me was October 16,2014. Then look at what it has turned into in later posts starting with the very next post February 3rd 2016. Something happened in those 3 months and I can promise you it was not me making any post after my final post on October 16, 2014.

Thank you all again.

I am sorry for your loss!
What Operating System were/are you using to store your XMR. If you usr products from Richmond US you should consider changing that to an UNIX'isch for that porpuse since we all know that WIN is the same like FB in terms of privacy and security of your data.

Hope you find that bastard  Roll Eyes Cheesy

These are some strange and interesting developments.

Be sure to use 16 digit passwords, and don't use the same ones for any other accounts than BTCtalk. You may even consider using Apple products and VPN/TOR for added security - although the captchas are not fun LOL

LOL, this is a joke right? And using VPN doesn't protect you if the VPN provider is the one screwing you.

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March 14, 2017, 06:03:58 AM
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No "real"proof except for the funds would have would not be sent out in little amounts stretched over a long period of time. If i was to move my funds it would be all at once. I was greeted with a you must update you wallet files, so I wanted to make sure I didn't screw anything up. I guess I could fire up an old wallet show you screenshots of the screen with the funds there but at soon as it hits that day the balance drops to 0.

Again, just looking for some advice on what appears to have happened. I still have the original wallet files and keys. I made backups before I started the update process. Have also only used the command line wallet.

So I assume the coins are gone, but I was wondering it there was any significance to that date (1/17/2016).

Thank you again.

Also my main name on here was sk00t3r, I'm fairly confident that it was hacked, these is not my first two posts. I have tried everything to recover my original account.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=316944

You can clearly tell someone hijacked my btctalk account look at the grammar at my early posts, the last post by me was October 16,2014. Then look at what it has turned into in later posts starting with the very next post February 3rd 2016. Something happened in those 3 months and I can promise you it was not me making any post after my final post on October 16, 2014.

Thank you all again.

I am sorry for your loss!
What Operating System were/are you using to store your XMR. If you usr products from Richmond US you should consider changing that to an UNIX'isch for that porpuse since we all know that WIN is the same like FB in terms of privacy and security of your data.

Hope you find that bastard  Roll Eyes Cheesy

These are some strange and interesting developments.

Be sure to use 16 digit passwords, and don't use the same ones for any other accounts than BTCtalk. You may even consider using Apple products and VPN/TOR for added security - although the captchas are not fun LOL

LOL, this is a joke right? And using VPN doesn't protect you if the VPN provider is the one screwing you.

Who said you have to buy a vpn service. VPS + OpenVpn = MyOwnVpnService  Grin

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March 14, 2017, 04:30:27 PM
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No "real"proof except for the funds would have would not be sent out in little amounts stretched over a long period of time. If i was to move my funds it would be all at once. I was greeted with a you must update you wallet files, so I wanted to make sure I didn't screw anything up. I guess I could fire up an old wallet show you screenshots of the screen with the funds there but at soon as it hits that day the balance drops to 0.

Again, just looking for some advice on what appears to have happened. I still have the original wallet files and keys. I made backups before I started the update process. Have also only used the command line wallet.

So I assume the coins are gone, but I was wondering it there was any significance to that date (1/17/2016).

Thank you again.

Also my main name on here was sk00t3r, I'm fairly confident that it was hacked, these is not my first two posts. I have tried everything to recover my original account.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=316944

You can clearly tell someone hijacked my btctalk account look at the grammar at my early posts, the last post by me was October 16,2014. Then look at what it has turned into in later posts starting with the very next post February 3rd 2016. Something happened in those 3 months and I can promise you it was not me making any post after my final post on October 16, 2014.

Thank you all again.

I am sorry for your loss!
What Operating System were/are you using to store your XMR. If you usr products from Richmond US you should consider changing that to an UNIX'isch for that porpuse since we all know that WIN is the same like FB in terms of privacy and security of your data.

Hope you find that bastard  Roll Eyes Cheesy

These are some strange and interesting developments.

Be sure to use 16 digit passwords, and don't use the same ones for any other accounts than BTCtalk. You may even consider using Apple products and VPN/TOR for added security - although the captchas are not fun LOL

LOL, this is a joke right? And using VPN doesn't protect you if the VPN provider is the one screwing you.

Who said you have to buy a vpn service. VPS + OpenVpn = MyOwnVpnService  Grin
Yup and you could run your own ISP as well or even create your own network but whatever you use can be sniffed as soon as you connect to the WWW. So who hosts your OpenVpn box? Adding VPN encryption adds security but does not guarantee your anonymity. But anyway what I thought amusing was the USE APPLE PRODUCTS comment.

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A very common flaw in peoples logic, glad you pointed that out. If you want anonymity make sure your VPN provider doesn't keep logs or run TOR through your VPN.

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https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/norwegian-prosecutors-demand-silk-road-drug-dealers-repay-bitcoin-profits/

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Is https://mymonero.com/ legit? Thanks in advance.

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