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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4641875 times)
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May 23, 2014, 08:27:00 PM
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Just wanted to repost this as it has been a big topic in the past and speaks on the roots of Monero


I have some news to tell you. Do you remember I told you about the buddy who mined BCN last autumn? I didn't take his words for granted and was a bit pushy so he showed me a working deep web service that accepts BCN.
That's something for education: you can order a paper from payed library for BTC/BCN

http://q5eia6ev7svh2xlp.onion/index.php


Of course we don't know how long this service has been around, but it does add credibility to BCN and supports my belief that the BCN devs are/were students at stanford.
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May 23, 2014, 08:39:41 PM
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^Unicorns approaching... If you are a student with access to those scientific publications payed by the university, you'll be happy to sell them for 0.005 BTC - pure profit. This web site probably was made 1-2-3 months ago or maybe yesterday?

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May 23, 2014, 09:06:28 PM
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a 80 btc dump, but price is still over 0.005 impressive, we have so much buy power that it can only go up  Smiley
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May 23, 2014, 09:14:51 PM
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For those who care, I have decided to increase my MRO allocation.

I have two suggestions for this thread:

1) minimize replies to trolls.  just point them at a faq.  oops no good faq yet.

2) split mining related topics into another thread.



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I wish I could help to do the faq but english isnt my main language. Mining related topics are super annoying to read and most of the time they are just blatant ads.
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May 23, 2014, 09:38:10 PM
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how many Monero am i likely to mine with 2 intel core2 quad CPU's?
they are about 2.8 GHZ each

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May 23, 2014, 09:38:55 PM
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For those who care, I have decided to increase my MRO allocation.

I have two suggestions for this thread:

1) minimize replies to trolls.  just point them at a faq.  oops no good faq yet.

2) split mining related topics into another thread.



+1

I wish I could help to do the faq but english isnt my main language. Mining related topics are super annoying to read and most of the time they are just blatant ads.


WFT ? sorry but what is the problem asking questions about mining and a faq written in broken english is better than no faq, http://monero.cc/getting-started/ doesn't say much :s. I am in linux, downloaded the code and compiled following the instructions but I don't know what to do now, is there any guide or wiki where I can learn how to generate an address check balance etc. something like this would be nice:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Original_Bitcoin_client/API_calls_list

Thanks.
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May 23, 2014, 09:45:00 PM
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I resolved my problem : I must use a VPN, dunno why. Really weird because usual bitcoin clients forks work like a charm...

bitmonerod.exe is really bad. Unable to sync past block number 10601, 6 hours and more than 500 MB bandwidth later...


Works perfectly for everyone else, heres not a single complain except yours?
Did you use the newest one? Did you restart it etc?

For Pool specific problems ask the poolops please Smiley

I used latest one from first page of this thread. Tried twice, each time stuck on block 10601.

FYI I use a wireless 3G key (with a limited monthly total volume but with a bandwidth faster than 500 kB/s). All ports are opened.

Can I find a peers database somewhere ? Is there a link of the full blockchain (blockchain.bin) ?


2014-May-23 16:53:39.926581 [P2P1][24.135.69.82:18080 OUT]Sync data returned unknown top block: 10601->53028[42427 blocks(29 days) behind]
remote top: <2bbf6ddb9e8371e1d34784ea536aa4a3339152a0ee1b0acc61605ca4221fdf60>[53028], set SYNCHRONIZATION mode
2014-May-23 16:53:39.936581 [P2P1][24.135.69.82:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-23 16:53:43.941587 [P2P3]Connecting to 114.226.120.151:18080(white=0, last_seen: d0.h0.m20.s48)...
2014-May-23 16:53:46.266590 [P2P3]Connect failed to 114.226.120.151:18080
2014-May-23 16:53:46.281590 [P2P3]Connecting to 70.54.161.133:18080(white=1, last_seen: d0.h0.m2.s30)...
2014-May-23 16:53:47.486592 [P2P0][70.54.161.133:18080 OUT]Sync data returned unknown top block: 10601->53028[42427 blocks(29 days) behind]
remote top: <2bbf6ddb9e8371e1d34784ea536aa4a3339152a0ee1b0acc61605ca4221fdf60>[53028], set SYNCHRONIZATION mode
2014-May-23 16:53:47.516592 [P2P0][70.54.161.133:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK
2014-May-23 16:53:47.526592 [P2P3]Connecting to 217.126.56.184:18080(white=1, last_seen: d0.h0.m37.s32)...
2014-May-23 16:53:49.166594 [P2P3]Connect failed to 217.126.56.184:18080
2014-May-23 16:53:49.176594 [P2P3]Connecting to 184.69.138.82:18080(white=1, last_seen: d0.h0.m5.s42)...
2014-May-23 16:53:50.276596 [P2P4][184.69.138.82:18080 OUT]Sync data returned unknown top block: 10601->53028[42427 blocks(29 days) behind]
remote top: <2bbf6ddb9e8371e1d34784ea536aa4a3339152a0ee1b0acc61605ca4221fdf60>[53028], set SYNCHRONIZATION mode
2014-May-23 16:53:50.321596 [P2P4][184.69.138.82:18080 OUT] COMMAND_HANDSHAKE INVOKED OK


... and so on ....
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May 23, 2014, 09:51:59 PM
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WFT ? sorry but what is the problem asking questions about mining and a faq written in broken english is better than no faq, http://monero.cc/getting-started/ doesn't say much :s. I am in linux, downloaded the code and compiled following the instructions but I don't know what to do now, is there any guide or wiki where I can learn how to generate an address check balance etc. something like this would be nice:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Original_Bitcoin_client/API_calls_list

Thanks.

You know the help in the program will give you the basics, there isnt much there to be honest and is all relativly simple.

The first thing simplewallet asks is to enter a wallet name, if not found it will be created.

Get Address = getaddress
refresh = reloads and shows your balance

Addy can also be found in walletname.address.txt
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May 23, 2014, 09:54:11 PM
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For those who care, I have decided to increase my MRO allocation.

I have two suggestions for this thread:

1) minimize replies to trolls.  just point them at a faq.  oops no good faq yet.

2) split mining related topics into another thread.



+1

I wish I could help to do the faq but english isnt my main language. Mining related topics are super annoying to read and most of the time they are just blatant ads.


WFT ? sorry but what is the problem asking questions about mining and a faq written in broken english is better than no faq, http://monero.cc/getting-started/ doesn't say much :s. I am in linux, downloaded the code and compiled following the instructions but I don't know what to do now, is there any guide or wiki where I can learn how to generate an address check balance etc. something like this would be nice:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Original_Bitcoin_client/API_calls_list

Thanks.

I am not a linux user so I can't help you. If you need help, send a query to davidlatapie on #monero at freenode. Also for the mining related discussion, i dont mind it per se but what I really mad are the big ads like "join our mining pool" !!! written in big lettes or with a big logo... But its just what I think. I'm just a average user like you here:)
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May 23, 2014, 10:28:14 PM
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WFT ? sorry but what is the problem asking questions about mining and a faq written in broken english is better than no faq, http://monero.cc/getting-started/ doesn't say much :s. I am in linux, downloaded the code and compiled following the instructions but I don't know what to do now, is there any guide or wiki where I can learn how to generate an address check balance etc. something like this would be nice:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Original_Bitcoin_client/API_calls_list

Thanks.

You know the help in the program will give you the basics, there isnt much there to be honest and is all relativly simple.

The first thing simplewallet asks is to enter a wallet name, if not found it will be created.

Get Address = getaddress
refresh = reloads and shows your balance

Addy can also be found in walletname.address.txt

ok I am an idiot xD.

./simplewallet --help

is exactly what I was looking for Smiley. Thanks.
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May 23, 2014, 10:33:28 PM
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^Unicorns approaching... If you are a student with access to those scientific publications payed by the university, you'll be happy to sell them for 0.005 BTC - pure profit. This web site probably was made 1-2-3 months ago or maybe yesterday?

Sigh. Why is the level of critical thinking so low in this space. If someone has an incentive to do something (say pump a coin), you can't logically believe that anything they say is actually legitimate without some kind of evidence. Talk is cheap.

Absent evidence I would assume the site didn't exist before it was posted here.

(Not directed at you equipoise, I know you agree with me.)


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May 23, 2014, 10:50:09 PM
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all of a sudden any time i try to connect cpuminer-multi to minergate i get this error.. over and over


getwork failed, retry after 10 seconds


any one else having this issue??
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May 23, 2014, 11:01:39 PM
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@Darkota : LOL. Not much confident in DRK anymore if you have to spread such lies? or are you just boderline idiotic ? U should sell your DRK for any Cryptonote coin before the market realise that DRK doesnt even protect your privacy as most masternodes are centralized within amazon servers. Seriously sell fast. You technology is has been and you guys are in a bubble. Get your profit and leave before its too late!
I am new to those crypto currencies. As DRK using masternode to do the transaction. and i see most of their vpn are from amazon in US and Ireland. What will happen if all the vpn been shut down in those 2 countries.
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May 23, 2014, 11:08:08 PM
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all of a sudden any time i try to connect cpuminer-multi to minergate i get this error.. over and over


getwork failed, retry after 10 seconds


any one else having this issue??

Try one of the open source pools in the OP.
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May 23, 2014, 11:27:29 PM
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@Darkota : LOL. Not much confident in DRK anymore if you have to spread such lies? or are you just boderline idiotic ? U should sell your DRK for any Cryptonote coin before the market realise that DRK doesnt even protect your privacy as most masternodes are centralized within amazon servers. Seriously sell fast. You technology is has been and you guys are in a bubble. Get your profit and leave before its too late!
I am new to those crypto currencies. As DRK using masternode to do the transaction. and i see most of their vpn are from amazon in US and Ireland. What will happen if all the vpn been shut down in those 2 countries.

You shouldn't be worried about them shutting down. You should be worried about them logging data without telling you and providing it to governments, which tech companies are known to do (see PRISM for example). The approach is neither decentralized nor trustless.
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May 23, 2014, 11:30:25 PM
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^Unicorns approaching... If you are a student with access to those scientific publications payed by the university, you'll be happy to sell them for 0.005 BTC - pure profit. This web site probably was made 1-2-3 months ago or maybe yesterday?

Sigh. Why is the level of critical thinking so low in this space. If someone has an incentive to do something (say pump a coin), you can't logically believe that anything they say is actually legitimate without some kind of evidence. Talk is cheap.

Absent evidence I would assume the site didn't exist before it was posted here.

(Not directed at you equipoise, I know you agree with me.)


I find it funny that "BCN" is used, even though that's a name bitcointalk came up with 2 months ago for this 2 year old currency. I'm sure it's just a coincidence. Wink
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May 23, 2014, 11:35:25 PM
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^Unicorns approaching... If you are a student with access to those scientific publications payed by the university, you'll be happy to sell them for 0.005 BTC - pure profit. This web site probably was made 1-2-3 months ago or maybe yesterday?

Sigh. Why is the level of critical thinking so low in this space. If someone has an incentive to do something (say pump a coin), you can't logically believe that anything they say is actually legitimate without some kind of evidence. Talk is cheap.

Absent evidence I would assume the site didn't exist before it was posted here.

(Not directed at you equipoise, I know you agree with me.)


I find it funny that "BCN" is used, even though that's a name bitcointalk came up with 2 months ago for this 2 year old currency. I'm sure it's just a coincidence. Wink

You have to be joking right?
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May 23, 2014, 11:40:34 PM
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^Unicorns approaching... If you are a student with access to those scientific publications payed by the university, you'll be happy to sell them for 0.005 BTC - pure profit. This web site probably was made 1-2-3 months ago or maybe yesterday?

Sigh. Why is the level of critical thinking so low in this space. If someone has an incentive to do something (say pump a coin), you can't logically believe that anything they say is actually legitimate without some kind of evidence. Talk is cheap.

Absent evidence I would assume the site didn't exist before it was posted here.

(Not directed at you equipoise, I know you agree with me.)


I find it funny that "BCN" is used, even though that's a name bitcointalk came up with 2 months ago for this 2 year old currency. I'm sure it's just a coincidence. Wink

BCN was used on bytecoin.org before the bitcointalk thread was ever created. I was aware of bytecoin before DStrange announced it and I'm pretty sure the abbreviation existed.
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May 23, 2014, 11:57:02 PM
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Sooo, what's on the roadmap for Monero for say the next 8 weeks? I know there's work being done on a more user friendly wallet and pools are still being worked on but what's on the menu other then that? Is there some sort of game plan?
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May 24, 2014, 12:36:40 AM
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BCN was used on bytecoin.org before the bitcointalk thread was ever created. I was aware of bytecoin before DStrange announced it and I'm pretty sure the abbreviation existed.

The BCN abbreviation was not used prior to the first post on bct.

The first post by DStrange is I believe this one:

yes, but there is something strange in getting started section  :

"4. Create a ByteCoin address to recieve payments.

    Downloading the client & block chain: Download the ByteCoin client from here "

"here" is the link to https://bytecoin.org/ (is that official bytecoin site? pretty cool). But binaries for windows from bytecoin.org are not working!

Replying to that post, there is a post by someone else who includes a screen shot, and the screen shot shows BTE, not BCN.

"here" is the link to https://bytecoin.org/ (is that official bytecoin site? pretty cool).

Is that really new bytecoin site? What's happend to bytecoin.biz?

Moreover music is weird! Angry

The following day DStrange started a thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=512747.0

Some time later (on or before 2014-04-30) the site was changed to use BCN:

https://web.archive.org/web/20140430023418/https://bytecoin.org/

We can't be 100% sure that the change was made after the thread post, since wayback is imprecise, but from this chronology it is likely.

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