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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4547266 times)
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October 17, 2017, 04:27:10 PM
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Alright so I hate to disrupt the flow of higher-level information being exchanged, however, I have a few basic/starter questions about Monero and crypto-currency trading in general.

Before I fully start investing a lot of time into this arena, monero specifically, what are the most important and most helpful concepts to learn about early on before high volume trading? I would like to have a decent understanding of Monero before getting too involved.

Additionally, my immediate attraction towards Monero is it relationship with successes in dark-web marketplaces. I believe strongly in their future successes and with Monero being a true anonymous cryptocurrency, as well as being used more I hope to see this as a great opportunity. Also does anyone have any opinions on the timing of getting into Monero now, has the major surges already happened, or is there plenty of room for growth in the next year or two.

Any helpful replies/opinions are greatly appreciated.

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October 17, 2017, 04:50:05 PM
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Hi!

Pretty sure this is a ridiculous question for you guys but i´m pretty new in mining (especially in monero mining).
I´m using claymore  Miner and everything is working stable and fine.
Also the rigs Performance is (i think) okay... 8x sapphire nitro rx 580 8gb with roundabout 5700-5800h/s with sucking ~940W from wall.

The only weird Thing is that the miner shows me lots (i mean really lots) of "Dev Fee Share Found" Messages.
I mean nearly every line says Dev Fee. wtf!?

Is this normal? On the other side nanopool.org tells me roundabout "correct" hash power.
Are there any hints regarding this question?

https://imgur.com/a/3blma

tia, KleinerMeiner
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October 17, 2017, 04:54:32 PM
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Hi!

Pretty sure this is a ridiculous question for you guys but i´m pretty new in mining (especially in monero mining).
I´m using claymore  Miner and everything is working stable and fine.
Also the rigs Performance is (i think) okay... 8x sapphire nitro rx 580 8gb with roundabout 5700-5800h/s with sucking ~940W from wall.

The only weird Thing is that the miner shows me lots (i mean really lots) of "Dev Fee Share Found" Messages.
I mean nearly every line says Dev Fee. wtf!?

Is this normal? On the other side nanopool.org tells me roundabout "correct" hash power.
Are there any hints regarding this question?



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Try this thread instead https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=638915.4840;topicseen
You can disable the fee as a trade off to allegedly slower miner with -nofee 1 but I really don't notice any difference on pool side. Or you can be a dick about it and use something like netsed to replace the dev's address with your own as shares are submitted Cheesy

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October 17, 2017, 04:56:09 PM
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gnaaa, dont wanna be a dick, just finding it weird that "Dev Fee" Pops up that much...

thanks, will try the ther thread.

 
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October 17, 2017, 05:08:15 PM
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Anonymous coins demand will not increase but we will see them usage more in future. These one two well established and trusted coins like Monero will be big winners. Tighten regulations and institutional attacks on cryptocoins will cause of this trend very soon.
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October 17, 2017, 05:12:57 PM
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I lost some money when I trade with Monero. However, I still trust it, because the team works hard for the developments and also I can not make a relationship between my fault and the project.


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October 17, 2017, 05:48:03 PM
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Alright so I hate to disrupt the flow of higher-level information being exchanged, however, I have a few basic/starter questions about Monero and crypto-currency trading in general.

Before I fully start investing a lot of time into this arena, monero specifically, what are the most important and most helpful concepts to learn about early on before high volume trading? I would like to have a decent understanding of Monero before getting too involved.

Additionally, my immediate attraction towards Monero is it relationship with successes in dark-web marketplaces. I believe strongly in their future successes and with Monero being a true anonymous cryptocurrency, as well as being used more I hope to see this as a great opportunity. Also does anyone have any opinions on the timing of getting into Monero now, has the major surges already happened, or is there plenty of room for growth in the next year or two.

Any helpful replies/opinions are greatly appreciated.
How about a variant of dollar cost averaging.
In conventional dca, you put the same amount of dollars into an investment per unit time.  Say you have 63 thousand dollars to invest.  You could invest 10.5 thousand dollars per month for 6 months.
But you could use an exponentially decaying function to set the buy amounts, say

32,000      October
16,000      November
  8,000      December
  4,000      January
  2,000      February
  1,000      March

63,000      total

or instead of having each monthly contribution decline by half, we might specify a decrease of thirty percent

21,420      October
15,000      November
10,500      December
  7,350      January
  5,130      February
  3,600      March

63,000      total

The above strategy isn't for the market timer or day trader, it's for the prospective hodler.
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October 18, 2017, 01:45:57 PM
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Alright so I hate to disrupt the flow of higher-level information being exchanged, however, I have a few basic/starter questions about Monero and crypto-currency trading in general.

Before I fully start investing a lot of time into this arena, monero specifically, what are the most important and most helpful concepts to learn about early on before high volume trading? I would like to have a decent understanding of Monero before getting too involved.

Additionally, my immediate attraction towards Monero is it relationship with successes in dark-web marketplaces. I believe strongly in their future successes and with Monero being a true anonymous cryptocurrency, as well as being used more I hope to see this as a great opportunity. Also does anyone have any opinions on the timing of getting into Monero now, has the major surges already happened, or is there plenty of room for growth in the next year or two.

Any helpful replies/opinions are greatly appreciated.

https://www.monero.how/ , http://monero-observer.com/ , https://getmonero.org/ , https://forum.getmonero.org Here, 4 links with tons of informations. I believe it will be enough. Smiley

IMO if you don't have any Monero you should buy some pretty fast, you never know when big rise in price will come. I believe that Monero has plenty of room for growth in next year or two. But you never know in crypto world, so be carefull!

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October 18, 2017, 05:18:23 PM
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Received this email, not even sure if it's true as I stopped using Mintpal as soon as it started looking scammy which was pretty quickly after Moolah got a hold of it. Moolah was an obvious scan from the get go.


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Avon and Somerset Police Mintpal Investigation




Dear Sir/Madam,

 

Operation Sparrow is an ongoing UK fraud investigation into the activities of Moolah and its former CEO Ryan Kennedy, also known as Alex Green.

 

The investigation focuses on Kennedy’s acquisition of Mintpal in 2014 and the subsequent disappearance and dispersal of customers’ funds from the exchange.

 

Kennedy has been charged with a number of fraud offences in relation to these matters and is due to face trial at Bristol Crown Court.

 

I am writing to you as you have been identified through your email address as a possible victim of this fraud and may have incurred a financial loss. You are one of almost fourteen thousand people that have been affected by this case so please accept my apologies that it is not practical for me to respond to individual queries at this time. I would urge you not to reply directly to this email, nor to phone Avon and Somerset Constabulary regarding the case. Updates will be published as and when available.

 

At this stage of the investigation I am unable to confirm whether there will be any possibility of financial compensation.

 

I should be grateful if you would take a few minutes to complete the attached survey that will assist us in identifying potential victims more quickly and efficiently.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/8GSBZJP

 

Please submit your completed questionnaire by 31st January 2018. Responses received after this date will not be processed.

 

Thank you for your time.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

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Avon and Somerset Constabulary

 

 

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October 18, 2017, 05:20:19 PM
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Received this email, not even sure if it's true as I stopped using Mintpal as soon as it started looking scammy which was pretty quickly after Moolah got a hold of it. Moolah was an obvious scan from the get go.


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Avon and Somerset Police Mintpal Investigation




Dear Sir/Madam,

 

Operation Sparrow is an ongoing UK fraud investigation into the activities of Moolah and its former CEO Ryan Kennedy, also known as Alex Green.

 

The investigation focuses on Kennedy’s acquisition of Mintpal in 2014 and the subsequent disappearance and dispersal of customers’ funds from the exchange.

 

Kennedy has been charged with a number of fraud offences in relation to these matters and is due to face trial at Bristol Crown Court.

 

I am writing to you as you have been identified through your email address as a possible victim of this fraud and may have incurred a financial loss. You are one of almost fourteen thousand people that have been affected by this case so please accept my apologies that it is not practical for me to respond to individual queries at this time. I would urge you not to reply directly to this email, nor to phone Avon and Somerset Constabulary regarding the case. Updates will be published as and when available.

 

At this stage of the investigation I am unable to confirm whether there will be any possibility of financial compensation.

 

I should be grateful if you would take a few minutes to complete the attached survey that will assist us in identifying potential victims more quickly and efficiently.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/8GSBZJP

 

Please submit your completed questionnaire by 31st January 2018. Responses received after this date will not be processed.

 

Thank you for your time.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

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Quite obvious that it is fake, the surveymonkey ref link is a dead giveaway.

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...

Quite obvious that it is fake, the surveymonkey ref link is a dead giveaway.

Well the funny part is that Gov organizations use retarded software all the time.

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...

Quite obvious that it is fake, the surveymonkey ref link is a dead giveaway.

Well the funny part is that Gov organizations use retarded software all the time.

Got a good point there, it may be I'm just bit too paranoid and I think this is data harvesting operation.

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Quite obvious that it is fake, the surveymonkey ref link is a dead giveaway.

Well the funny part is that Gov organizations use retarded software all the time.

Got a good point there, it may be I'm just bit too paranoid and I think this is data harvesting operation.

There's a very good chance your right, I just don't care enough to even google it but I figured whether it's phishing or true either way I'd let you guys know that I got one.

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October 19, 2017, 04:02:53 AM
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there is 1 issue with Monero, a big one: SCALING

All decentralized cryptocurrency has this problem.  It is entailed by the massive trade-off Satoshi made of performance and efficiency for security.

But Monero is socially self-scaling just like Bitcoin in that as it grows in fiat value each tx can perform more economic work.

The ZOMG ALLCAPS SCAAAALING1! FUD was used by Chicken Littles to push famously failed projects like BitcoinXT.

The sky is not falling.  If you really want privacy to buy coffee, perhaps Aeon or PIVX will provide a substitute good until Monero's Layer 2 is ready.

Trust in marginalism and markets; the substitution effect and pricing mechanism ensure the supply of Monero tx is effectively infinite. Wink


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Hi Guys, how come Monero coin, dips further and further? When you look at the graph, its trend is going down since the last pump of August 28? It has been 50 days and it still going down?

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Hi Guys, how come Monero coin, dips further and further? When you look at the graph, its trend is going down since the last pump of August 28? It has been 50 days and it still going down?

  You think 8 red weekly candles isn't normal?  Where have you been?  Cheesy Tongue   Monero always drops on good news, and there is a lot of good news lately, that's all.
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When you look at the graph, its trend is going down...

We need more blood!

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October 19, 2017, 06:51:51 AM
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Hi Guys, how come Monero coin, dips further and further? When you look at the graph, its trend is going down since the last pump of August 28? It has been 50 days and it still going down?

All time hash rate, usage (and $USD) - the trend is up


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https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/77d042/news_from_monero_ru_community/

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Received this email, not even sure if it's true as I stopped using Mintpal as soon as it started looking scammy which was pretty quickly after Moolah got a hold of it. Moolah was an obvious scan from the get go.


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Avon and Somerset Police Mintpal Investigation




Dear Sir/Madam,

 

Operation Sparrow is an ongoing UK fraud investigation into the activities of Moolah and its former CEO Ryan Kennedy, also known as Alex Green.

 

The investigation focuses on Kennedy’s acquisition of Mintpal in 2014 and the subsequent disappearance and dispersal of customers’ funds from the exchange.

 

Kennedy has been charged with a number of fraud offences in relation to these matters and is due to face trial at Bristol Crown Court.

 

I am writing to you as you have been identified through your email address as a possible victim of this fraud and may have incurred a financial loss. You are one of almost fourteen thousand people that have been affected by this case so please accept my apologies that it is not practical for me to respond to individual queries at this time. I would urge you not to reply directly to this email, nor to phone Avon and Somerset Constabulary regarding the case. Updates will be published as and when available.

 

At this stage of the investigation I am unable to confirm whether there will be any possibility of financial compensation.

 

I should be grateful if you would take a few minutes to complete the attached survey that will assist us in identifying potential victims more quickly and efficiently.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/8GSBZJP

 

Please submit your completed questionnaire by 31st January 2018. Responses received after this date will not be processed.

 

Thank you for your time.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Detective Constable Charlotte Suter

Economic Crime Team

Avon and Somerset Constabulary

 

 

Note: Survey Monkey is not affiliated to Avon and Somerset Constabulary.

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Easily answered, and what you should always do. Reply out of band, i.e. in this case ring them at their advertised telephone number and ask for the officer.

If you get a similar weird phone call, don't call back on the same phone. Go out of band again and use another phone or your mobile. So scammers cant keep the line open and pretend to answer again as the "police HQ".

These scams are always going round, but they tend to target the old and weak. Maybe crypto is getting too attractive for them.


Pull my finger
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