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June 07, 2017, 03:15:03 AM
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June 07, 2017, 04:45:29 AM
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Without a reliable and secure mobile wallet app, Monero will continue to stagnate. I hope it's the next one up the devs' collective sleeve...for real this time.

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June 07, 2017, 09:20:02 AM
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no payment id now ?
what is new command for xmr transfer ?

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June 07, 2017, 10:11:35 AM
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Without a reliable and secure mobile wallet app, Monero will continue to stagnate. I hope it's the next one up the devs' collective sleeve...for real this time.



The MyMonero desktop and mobile apps are to be released soon^tm:

https://github.com/mymonero/mymonero-app-js

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June 07, 2017, 10:13:18 AM
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no payment id now ?
what is new command for xmr transfer ?

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Your questions probably pertains to how to use an integrated address. It's done as follows:

[1] Type "integrated_address" into the CLI.

[2] Subsequently, copy that address.

[3] Now you can just use the transfer command as normal. That is, transfer <mixin #> <address> <address>. For <address> you use the integrated address generated in step 1.

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June 07, 2017, 10:14:11 AM
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Hello,

How to run Monero node on VPS with linux/ubuntu ?
I read that need download software..
how to start moderod (monero demon)?

how to accept Monero without payment_id ?
this daemon have callback?

i ask here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1952245.msg19391799#msg19391799
sorry if i post in wrong thread

Thanks friend.

See:

https://getmonero.org/knowledge-base/user-guides/vps_run_node

ok.
thanks.

i not found about callback like bitcoind..
how execute script after payment?

I want to create simple project with monero

I am not entirely sure what you mean, but this will probably help you:

https://getmonero.org/knowledge-base/developer-guides/

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June 07, 2017, 10:14:36 AM
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"$XMR enabled. Please generate a new deposit address, as deposits sent to the old address using payment IDs will not credit automatically." - Poloniex

https://twitter.com/Poloniex/status/872296670586916865

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June 07, 2017, 11:42:38 AM
Last edit: June 08, 2017, 08:41:11 PM by moneropoolnl
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Hello fellow monero miners

I just started a new mining pool at https://moneropool.nl Port 80 and 443 can be used for firewall passthrough and SSL port 7777 for claymore miner. Please join us and help to get this pool started

More features will be added later on. If you need help setting up a miner you can contact me at support@moneropool.nl
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June 07, 2017, 01:11:56 PM
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"$XMR enabled. Please generate a new deposit address, as deposits sent to the old address using payment IDs will not credit automatically." - Poloniex

https://twitter.com/Poloniex/status/872296670586916865

I am mining with the old address but the balance I can not draw yet because of the limit of the pool .... wanted to know if it will still work for a while because I have vps running and can not change everything. I opened a ticket to support poloniex.....
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June 07, 2017, 06:15:06 PM
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"$XMR enabled. Please generate a new deposit address, as deposits sent to the old address using payment IDs will not credit automatically." - Poloniex

https://twitter.com/Poloniex/status/872296670586916865

I am mining with the old address but the balance I can not draw yet because of the limit of the pool .... wanted to know if it will still work for a while because I have vps running and can not change everything. I opened a ticket to support poloniex.....

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$XMR enabled. Please generate a new deposit address, as deposits sent to the old address using payment IDs will not credit automatically

From this statement it looks like the old will work but it will not be auto deposited so I'm guessing they will be manually crediting those sent the old way. I'm sure your good. Just change address after your next payment or contact pool operator if you need it to auto deposit.

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June 07, 2017, 10:14:04 PM
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Without a reliable and secure mobile wallet app, Monero will continue to stagnate. I hope it's the next one up the devs' collective sleeve...for real this time.



The MyMonero desktop and mobile apps are to be released soon^tm:

https://github.com/mymonero/mymonero-app-js

Thanks for the info. However, there's that unsettling "privacy trade-off" as it's still (someone else's) server-based. What's the difference between it and the MyMonero web wallet? Does the Android version at least offer the option to connect to a remote node that the user has control over? Otherwise, it defeats the whole privacy mantra that Monero strives for.

Will the Android version be made available on an alternative distribution platform/repository (other than Play) like F-Droid or as a downloadable APK in accordance with Monero's privacy ethos?


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June 07, 2017, 10:16:34 PM
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since this coin has been raised up on the market, people who use this platform for trading was got many profit, thanks monero  Wink
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Using GUI, what's the procedure to create a cold wallet on an offline machine and subsequently set up its watch-only GUI counterpart on an online machine? I just wanna be sure that I don't screw up.

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Using GUI, what's the procedure to create a cold wallet on an offline machine and subsequently set up its watch-only GUI counterpart on an online machine? I just wanna be sure that I don't screw up.



Quick Guide to Creating a View Only Wallet & Signing Transactions from Cold Storage in monero-wallet-gui:

Initial Setup

1. (Offline Computer) Start monero-wallet-gui and create a new wallet. Next, go to Settings and click "Create view only wallet" in the "Manage Wallet" menu.

2. (Offline Computer) Copy the view only wallet files to a USB or other storage medium so you can transfer them to your online computer.

3. (Online Computer) Start monero-wallet-gui and select "Open wallet from a file". Select the .keys file for your view only wallet. Let the wallet synchronize.

Making a Transaction

1. (Online Computer) Prepare a transaction in "Send" as you would normally. When the transaction is ready, click the "Show advanced options" checkbox and then click the button "create tx file". Copy the tx file to your USB.

2. (Offline Computer) Open your cold wallet. In the "Send" panel, click "Sign tx file", and select the file that you copied from your USB.

3. (Offline Computer) "Sign tx file" creates two files. One is the signed transaction, the other is your key images. Copy both to the USB and take it over to your online computer.

4. (Online Computer) Now in "Send", click "Submit tx file". Select the signed tx file you copied from the USB. Make sure the keyImages file is also the same directory as the signed tx file.

5. (Online Computer) Your transaction is broadcast and the view-only wallet shows your correct balance. Wow!

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June 07, 2017, 11:39:03 PM
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Using GUI, what's the procedure to create a cold wallet on an offline machine and subsequently set up its watch-only GUI counterpart on an online machine? I just wanna be sure that I don't screw up.



Quick Guide to Creating a View Only Wallet & Signing Transactions from Cold Storage in monero-wallet-gui:

Initial Setup

1. (Offline Computer) Start monero-wallet-gui and create a new wallet. Next, go to Settings and click "Create view only wallet" in the "Manage Wallet" menu.

2. (Offline Computer) Copy the view only wallet files to a USB or other storage medium so you can transfer them to your online computer.

3. (Online Computer) Start monero-wallet-gui and select "Open wallet from a file". Select the .keys file for your view only wallet. Let the wallet synchronize.

Making a Transaction

1. (Online Computer) Prepare a transaction in "Send" as you would normally. When the transaction is ready, click the "Show advanced options" checkbox and then click the button "create tx file". Copy the tx file to your USB.

2. (Offline Computer) Open your cold wallet. In the "Send" panel, click "Sign tx file", and select the file that you copied from your USB.

3. (Offline Computer) "Sign tx file" creates two files. One is the signed transaction, the other is your key images. Copy both to the USB and take it over to your online computer.

4. (Online Computer) Now in "Send", click "Submit tx file". Select the signed tx file you copied from the USB. Make sure the keyImages file is also the same directory as the signed tx file.

5. (Online Computer) Your transaction is broadcast and the view-only wallet shows your correct balance. Wow!

Cool! Thank you.

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June 08, 2017, 10:10:57 PM
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Without a reliable and secure mobile wallet app, Monero will continue to stagnate. I hope it's the next one up the devs' collective sleeve...for real this time.



The MyMonero desktop and mobile apps are to be released soon^tm:

https://github.com/mymonero/mymonero-app-js

Thanks for the info. However, there's that unsettling "privacy trade-off" as it's still (someone else's) server-based. What's the difference between it and the MyMonero web wallet? Does the Android version at least offer the option to connect to a remote node that the user has control over? Otherwise, it defeats the whole privacy mantra that Monero strives for.

Will the Android version be made available on an alternative distribution platform/repository (other than Play) like F-Droid or as a downloadable APK in accordance with Monero's privacy ethos?




- There will be standalone (desktop) apps as well. Thus, you will be able to use the MyMonero app on any conventional system and on mobile. The difference is basically that desktop apps are arguably more secure than webwallets, i.e., they pose less risk for users simply because there are less attack vectors. I am not entirely sure if it will have an option to connect to a remote node under your control. To clarify, I'd advise to ask this in #mymonero (freenode on IRC). Also note that some people / users rather trade off some convenience for privacy.

- Also not entirely sure, but I think it'll be the latter.

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Using GUI, what's the procedure to create a cold wallet on an offline machine and subsequently set up its watch-only GUI counterpart on an online machine? I just wanna be sure that I don't screw up.



If you want to create an offline (i.e. cold) (paper) wallet, you can follow one of these guides:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/6b2od3/a_stepbystep_guide_for_cold_storage_and_offline/

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/5limu9/taushet_usb_monero_cold_wallet_generator_release/

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/48cgmd/an_extensive_guide_for_securely_generating_an/

If you want to use the GUI you likely need to make some tweaks to the guides, but those will be fairly trivial. In addition, if you get stuck somewhere and need help, feel free to PM me.

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June 09, 2017, 08:10:15 AM
Last edit: June 09, 2017, 04:58:39 PM by visdude
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Without a reliable and secure mobile wallet app, Monero will continue to stagnate. I hope it's the next one up the devs' collective sleeve...for real this time.



The MyMonero desktop and mobile apps are to be released soon^tm:

https://github.com/mymonero/mymonero-app-js

Thanks for the info. However, there's that unsettling "privacy trade-off" as it's still (someone else's) server-based. What's the difference between it and the MyMonero web wallet? Does the Android version at least offer the option to connect to a remote node that the user has control over? Otherwise, it defeats the whole privacy mantra that Monero strives for.

Will the Android version be made available on an alternative distribution platform/repository (other than Play) like F-Droid or as a downloadable APK in accordance with Monero's privacy ethos?




- There will be standalone (desktop) apps as well. Thus, you will be able to use the MyMonero app on any conventional system and on mobile. The difference is basically that desktop apps are arguably more secure than webwallets, i.e., they pose less risk for users simply because there are less attack vectors. I am not entirely sure if it will have an option to connect to a remote node under your control. To clarify, I'd advise to ask this in #mymonero (freenode on IRC). Also note that some people / users rather trade off some convenience for privacy.

- Also not entirely sure, but I think it'll be the latter.

I see. Thanks for elaborating. I tried the freenode/IRC thing a few years ago but unfortunately, I struggled in it. The forum format such as this one here is much easier for me to handle and deal with.

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June 09, 2017, 08:57:37 AM
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Using GUI, what's the procedure to create a cold wallet on an offline machine and subsequently set up its watch-only GUI counterpart on an online machine? I just wanna be sure that I don't screw up.



If you want to create an offline (i.e. cold) (paper) wallet, you can follow one of these guides:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/6b2od3/a_stepbystep_guide_for_cold_storage_and_offline/

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/5limu9/taushet_usb_monero_cold_wallet_generator_release/

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/48cgmd/an_extensive_guide_for_securely_generating_an/

If you want to use the GUI you likely need to make some tweaks to the guides, but those will be fairly trivial. In addition, if you get stuck somewhere and need help, feel free to PM me.

Thanks for the links. The concise procedure quoted by bitebits (from saddambitcoin) above seems to be fine though. The only hitch is that the GUI window does not scale properly within a netbook's (setting it up as the cold/offline device) 1024 x 600 screen resolution. The GUI window fills the screen but the "Advanced Options" buttons at the bottom are cut off and rendered inaccessible as the GUI window cannot be moved around nor does it allow scrolling (not able to sign a transaction file as a consequence). Has this been reported before? Any solution?  Is this something that can be fixed in future releases?

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