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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4547059 times)
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October 21, 2017, 01:37:27 AM
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Damn, BTC hit 6K.  Shocked

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October 21, 2017, 01:42:31 AM
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Damn, BTC hit 6K.  Shocked
That sounds a liitle bit terrible, but you can take advantage and eran money from that movement
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October 21, 2017, 02:42:49 AM
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If this year the price could reach $ 100, I will invest monero because it is confident with the future of monero.

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October 21, 2017, 05:43:57 PM
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This a really good read one of the devs dropped so i'm sharing it here.

https://coinmetrics.io/papers/dissertation.pdf

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October 21, 2017, 08:59:24 PM
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Is the any recent news about Globee's project?

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October 21, 2017, 09:13:45 PM
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When I tried to send to an integrated monero address from Monerujo mobile android wallet, monerujo doesn't recognize the address as valid.
Does Monerujo not have integrated address use enabled?  Is the use of integrated addresses in Monerujo under development?
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October 21, 2017, 11:19:11 PM
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When I tried to send to an integrated monero address from Monerujo mobile android wallet, monerujo doesn't recognize the address as valid.
Does Monerujo not have integrated address use enabled?  Is the use of integrated addresses in Monerujo under development?

You would probably do better posting this as an issue on the github, as the dev would get an email notification. In fact, it seems like this issue has come up already:
https://github.com/m2049r/xmrwallet/issues/69
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October 22, 2017, 08:45:26 AM
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Anonymous No More? Monero Exploit Reveals User Identities to Hackers

The researcher, Anthony Russell, says that he can actually locate Monero users through transaction broadcasts.

When users open up their Monero wallets, they connect to the peer-to-peer network, which allows users to then connect to individual wallets.

According to Russell, If the users of those wallets aren’t using TOR or I2P, you can easily determine their IPs.

One potential problem with this method is that it doesn’t necessarily differentiate between server nodes and peers. However, Russell says that this can be overcome by doing a simple whois search............

https://bitsonline.com/monero-exploit-threatens-privacy/




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October 22, 2017, 08:56:25 AM
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Anonymous No More? Monero Exploit Reveals User Identities to Hackers

The researcher, Anthony Russell, says that he can actually locate Monero users through transaction broadcasts.

When users open up their Monero wallets, they connect to the peer-to-peer network, which allows users to then connect to individual wallets.

According to Russell, If the users of those wallets aren’t using TOR or I2P, you can easily determine their IPs.

One potential problem with this method is that it doesn’t necessarily differentiate between server nodes and peers. However, Russell says that this can be overcome by doing a simple whois search............

https://bitsonline.com/monero-exploit-threatens-privacy/






LOL! Collecting IPs from netstat output reveals identities. This is so fucking retarded.

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October 22, 2017, 08:57:34 AM
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Anonymous No More? Monero Exploit Reveals User Identities to Hackers

The researcher, Anthony Russell, says that he can actually locate Monero users through transaction broadcasts.

When users open up their Monero wallets, they connect to the peer-to-peer network, which allows users to then connect to individual wallets.

According to Russell, If the users of those wallets aren’t using TOR or I2P, you can easily determine their IPs.

One potential problem with this method is that it doesn’t necessarily differentiate between server nodes and peers. However, Russell says that this can be overcome by doing a simple whois search............

https://bitsonline.com/monero-exploit-threatens-privacy/






Bad news tbh.
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October 22, 2017, 09:02:50 AM
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Anonymous No More? Monero Exploit Reveals User Identities to Hackers

The researcher, Anthony Russell, says that he can actually locate Monero users through transaction broadcasts.

When users open up their Monero wallets, they connect to the peer-to-peer network, which allows users to then connect to individual wallets.

According to Russell, If the users of those wallets aren’t using TOR or I2P, you can easily determine their IPs.

One potential problem with this method is that it doesn’t necessarily differentiate between server nodes and peers. However, Russell says that this can be overcome by doing a simple whois search............

https://bitsonline.com/monero-exploit-threatens-privacy/






Bad news tbh.
It's not even news. Anthony Russell is not the sharpest knife in the drawer. No shit you need to connect on nodes to get your chain in sync and transmit transactions. But you can't pin identities or wallet addresses based on IPs you've collected from your own node. Use your head people. How do you think we got this https://monerohash.com/nodes-distribution.html

Anthony needs to work a lot harder if he wants his 5 minutes internet fame, reminding us of the bare basic of p2p cryptocurrencies wont do.

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October 22, 2017, 01:56:53 PM
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Judging by the schedule in the near future we will see the growth of the coin. Well, if they add COIN  to the Bitfly exchange, I think we'll see x2.

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October 22, 2017, 02:18:10 PM
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Anonymous No More? Monero Exploit Reveals User Identities to Hackers

The researcher, Anthony Russell, says that he can actually locate Monero users through transaction broadcasts.

When users open up their Monero wallets, they connect to the peer-to-peer network, which allows users to then connect to individual wallets.

According to Russell, If the users of those wallets aren’t using TOR or I2P, you can easily determine their IPs.

One potential problem with this method is that it doesn’t necessarily differentiate between server nodes and peers. However, Russell says that this can be overcome by doing a simple whois search............

https://bitsonline.com/monero-exploit-threatens-privacy/






LOL! Collecting IPs from netstat output reveals identities. This is so fucking retarded.

You've been targeted with FUD! How do you feel about that?
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October 22, 2017, 06:25:56 PM
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Anonymous No More? Monero Exploit Reveals User Identities to Hackers

The researcher, Anthony Russell, says that he can actually locate Monero users through transaction broadcasts.

When users open up their Monero wallets, they connect to the peer-to-peer network, which allows users to then connect to individual wallets.

According to Russell, If the users of those wallets aren’t using TOR or I2P, you can easily determine their IPs.

One potential problem with this method is that it doesn’t necessarily differentiate between server nodes and peers. However, Russell says that this can be overcome by doing a simple whois search............

https://bitsonline.com/monero-exploit-threatens-privacy/







LOL! Collecting IPs from netstat output reveals identities. This is so fucking retarded.

You've been targeted with FUD! How do you feel about that?

So who does this one work for?  
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October 22, 2017, 06:43:47 PM
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Anonymous No More? Monero Exploit Reveals User Identities to Hackers

The researcher, Anthony Russell, says that he can actually locate Monero users through transaction broadcasts.

When users open up their Monero wallets, they connect to the peer-to-peer network, which allows users to then connect to individual wallets.

According to Russell, If the users of those wallets aren’t using TOR or I2P, you can easily determine their IPs.

One potential problem with this method is that it doesn’t necessarily differentiate between server nodes and peers. However, Russell says that this can be overcome by doing a simple whois search............

https://bitsonline.com/monero-exploit-threatens-privacy/



LOL! Collecting IPs from netstat output reveals identities. This is so fucking retarded.

You've been targeted with FUD! How do you feel about that?

So who does this one work for?  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o
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October 22, 2017, 06:55:32 PM
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Anonymous No More? Monero Exploit Reveals User Identities to Hackers

The researcher, Anthony Russell, says that he can actually locate Monero users through transaction broadcasts.

When users open up their Monero wallets, they connect to the peer-to-peer network, which allows users to then connect to individual wallets.

According to Russell, If the users of those wallets aren’t using TOR or I2P, you can easily determine their IPs.

One potential problem with this method is that it doesn’t necessarily differentiate between server nodes and peers. However, Russell says that this can be overcome by doing a simple whois search............

https://bitsonline.com/monero-exploit-threatens-privacy/






Bad news tbh.

Anonymous No More? Monero Exploit Reveals User Identities to Hackers

The researcher, Anthony Russell, says that he can actually locate Monero users through transaction broadcasts.

When users open up their Monero wallets, they connect to the peer-to-peer network, which allows users to then connect to individual wallets.

According to Russell, If the users of those wallets aren’t using TOR or I2P, you can easily determine their IPs.

One potential problem with this method is that it doesn’t necessarily differentiate between server nodes and peers. However, Russell says that this can be overcome by doing a simple whois search............

https://bitsonline.com/monero-exploit-threatens-privacy/






Yay the trolls are back!!! Looks like the bottom is here. Cheesy I grabbed another long at 0.01446773, couldn't get any lower with those fucking Bots. Funny the bots were at a stalemate at 0.01448000   for 0.10077572   Xmr and I grabbed that and they started buying but then backed off. I'm all in now.

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October 22, 2017, 08:25:01 PM
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Monero trolls allocated countless hours and most of their brain power to FUD Dash, a coin that isn't even targeting the same market needs as them, to end up getting their faces REKT out of know where by zen cash. . . What a classic tale for the history books.  Cheesy

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October 22, 2017, 11:12:16 PM
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Hi there XMR community, i really like the https://forum.getmonero.org/ website.

Can anyone point me to who developed it or if the code is opened sourced anywhere?

Thnx
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October 23, 2017, 09:32:23 AM
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October 23, 2017, 11:10:26 AM
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Judging by the schedule in the near future we will see the growth of the coin. Well, if they add COIN  to the Bitfly exchange, I think we'll see x2.

Never heard the name of Bitfly exchange, how good is that exchange and how will it make impact on pricing
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