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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4625932 times)
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December 01, 2017, 04:36:27 PM
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I would really like to buy but i feel like we are gonna crash in a week max
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December 01, 2017, 05:36:43 PM
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We're planning on building out a MimbleWimble system, probably as a layer 2 / sidechain. We'll likely do it in Rust, though, so we won't be able to inherit anything from grin except their learnings in building it:)


https://twitter.com/fluffypony/status/936236511628062720








Heresy! Travesty! Torch Flufflypony! That's it, I'm forking Monero Cash.

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The problem with any pronouncement from fluffernutter is that he has a history of bullshit troll practical jokery.  He has already cried wolf.  And we're supposed to believe him now?
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December 01, 2017, 09:04:41 PM
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We're planning on building out a MimbleWimble system, probably as a layer 2 / sidechain. We'll likely do it in Rust, though, so we won't be able to inherit anything from grin except their learnings in building it:)


https://twitter.com/fluffypony/status/936236511628062720








Heresy! Travesty! Torch Flufflypony! That's it, I'm forking Monero Cash.

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The problem with any pronouncement from fluffernutter is that he has a history of bullshit troll practical jokery.  He has already cried wolf.  And we're supposed to believe him now?

No, not really. Either pay attention to the code or better yet contribute to it.
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December 02, 2017, 12:51:07 AM
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1. When I type in rescan_bc, there are no transactions, just a zero balance.

2. I did the search for .keys and found a wallet from May, 2017, which is around the time I created the wallet. When I try to open that wallet, it opens with the password I had recorded for Monero.

3a. First, I noticed the following when I started Monerod.exe:
2017-11-30 22:40:59.290 [P2P7]  WARN    net.dns src/common/dns_utils.cpp:487    WARNING: no two valid MoneroPulse DNS checkpoint records were received

3b. This is a copy of the last line before I entered 'diff' and then the line following diff:
2017-11-30 22:44:39.681 [P2P7]  INFO    global  src/cryptonote_protocol/cryptonote_protocol_handler.inl:1521    SYNCHRONIZED OK
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BH: 1454598, TH: 02bfba6379a04c8c7fc8495efdaf9eae1a1e7454c39ce613776e15484ae258a7, DIFF: 32213148640, HR: 268442905 H/s

4. Yes I still have the mnemonic code associated with the wallet created in May, 2017 as well as the password and name of the wallet.

1. So you type rescan_bc and you see the counter "Height: x / y" where y is the current height (BH from monerod diff output) and x goes from 1 to y, right?
And when it finishes scanning the blockchain (x reaches y) it displays this?
Refresh done, blocks received: ......
Balance: 0, unlocked balance: 0

If so, then it means this wallet never had any transactions, neither in nor out. Even if someone had stolen your funds, you would still see the amount coming in and then being transferred out. But since you don't see any transactions, it means you never transfered monero to this wallet.
Back in May when you transfered monero to your wallet, did you see the amount in your wallet? Was it the CLI or GUI wallet?

2. So that's the only .keys file you found on your entire harddrive(s)?

4. Try to restore the wallet from that mnemonic seed you have.
Open a command prompt in the folder where the monero CLI executables are and run this:
monero-wallet-cli --restore-deterministic-wallet
and go through the process (give it a name, enter the 25 words, set a password, let it sync)
1. It was a gui wallet and yes, I did see funds.

2. There are a lot of .keys files on my computer, but they are all date-stamped with very current dates, And they have names that match the names I was creating. There is a very low chance any of them would contain funds.

4. I ran restore-deterministic-wallet and when it finished syncing, it produced the following:

Restore from specific blockchain height (optional, default 0),
or alternatively from specific date (YYYY-MM-DD):
Starting refresh...
Refresh done, blocks received: 1179028
Balance: 0.000000000000, unlocked balance: 0.000000000000
Background refresh thread started
[wallet 47tXd1]:

What I don't understand is that it says it received 1179028 blocks when the blockchain is currently over 1450000 blocks. Why would it not agree with current height since I started at block 0.

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December 02, 2017, 11:07:13 AM
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1. It was a gui wallet and yes, I did see funds.

2. There are a lot of .keys files on my computer, but they are all date-stamped with very current dates, And they have names that match the names I was creating. There is a very low chance any of them would contain funds.

4. I ran restore-deterministic-wallet and when it finished syncing, it produced the following:

Restore from specific blockchain height (optional, default 0),
or alternatively from specific date (YYYY-MM-DD):
Starting refresh...
Refresh done, blocks received: 1179028
Balance: 0.000000000000, unlocked balance: 0.000000000000
Background refresh thread started
[wallet 47tXd1]:

What I don't understand is that it says it received 1179028 blocks when the blockchain is currently over 1450000 blocks. Why would it not agree with current height since I started at block 0.

I don't know why it shows it has received less blocks than the current blockchain height. I also see this behavior on my wallet. There must be a good reason though, and I'd love it if a developer or someone who knows why, would explain here.
But even after the initial refresh, if you type rescan_bc you don't see any lines with "received" or "sent"? If so, then that's not the wallet you saw funds in back in May.
Did you use the GUI wallet on a different computer? Did you reinstall the operating system since then? Did you use it on a different user account? Did you look in C:\Users\your_user\Documents\Monero\wallets?
Do you know the wallet address you sent the monero to in May? If so, compare with current address.
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December 02, 2017, 03:58:50 PM
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Riccardo Spagni‏Verified account
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We're planning on building out a MimbleWimble system, probably as a layer 2 / sidechain. We'll likely do it in Rust, though, so we won't be able to inherit anything from grin except their learnings in building it:)


https://twitter.com/fluffypony/status/936236511628062720








Heresy! Travesty! Torch Flufflypony! That's it, I'm forking Monero Cash.

</joke>
The problem with any pronouncement from fluffernutter is that he has a history of bullshit troll practical jokery.  He has already cried wolf.  And we're supposed to believe him now?

No, not really. Either pay attention to the code or better yet contribute to it.
Like most, I don't read code.
It looks like anybody who wants to get involved in Monero needs to be a coder so they can figure out when they're being trolled by a dev.
Am I getting warm?
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December 02, 2017, 06:58:29 PM
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Due to the war between Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash being the center of all cryptocurrency market, many investors are moving their assets to a safer currency like Monero.
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December 02, 2017, 07:14:44 PM
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Due to the war between Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash being the center of all cryptocurrency market, many investors are moving their assets to a safer currency like Monero.

Lol wat. That's like saying due to the war between China and <insert banana republic here> investors are moving their assets to the United States.
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December 02, 2017, 08:43:45 PM
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1. It was a gui wallet and yes, I did see funds.

2. There are a lot of .keys files on my computer, but they are all date-stamped with very current dates, And they have names that match the names I was creating. There is a very low chance any of them would contain funds.

4. I ran restore-deterministic-wallet and when it finished syncing, it produced the following:

Restore from specific blockchain height (optional, default 0),
or alternatively from specific date (YYYY-MM-DD):
Starting refresh...
Refresh done, blocks received: 1179028
Balance: 0.000000000000, unlocked balance: 0.000000000000
Background refresh thread started
[wallet 47tXd1]:

What I don't understand is that it says it received 1179028 blocks when the blockchain is currently over 1450000 blocks. Why would it not agree with current height since I started at block 0.

Do you know the wallet address you sent the monero to in May? If so, compare with current address.

I went back to the exchanges I used and found where I sent Monero on two different occasions to the same address; one in May and another in July. I don't normally keep track of addresses, which means I would have had to log back into the wallet created in May to get the address to use in July. And no, unfortunately, the address doesn't agree with the one I get when I did the restore-deterministic-wallet. Is there a way to restore a wallet from the address or is the .keys route the only one?
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December 03, 2017, 09:51:10 AM
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I went back to the exchanges I used and found where I sent Monero on two different occasions to the same address; one in May and another in July. I don't normally keep track of addresses, which means I would have had to log back into the wallet created in May to get the address to use in July. And no, unfortunately, the address doesn't agree with the one I get when I did the restore-deterministic-wallet. Is there a way to restore a wallet from the address or is the .keys route the only one?

Hehe, if you could restore a wallet just based on the address nobody would be able to hold any coins. It would be like spending money out of someone's bank account by just knowing their IBAN account number.

This means you had a different account back then and then by mistake you created another one and backed that up. Try to remember on which computer you used the GUI wallet, on which account on that computer, if you reinstalled the OS in the meantime.
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December 03, 2017, 10:54:24 AM
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Is there any ETA for development called Kovri which should make transactions more secure?
This development looks definitely interesting.
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December 03, 2017, 11:19:11 AM
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@sgjenks01: Can you check the GUI wallet folder (Documents\Monero on Windows | ~/Monero on Linux and Mac OS X) and see whether your withdraw address is in any of the <wallet-name>.address.txt files? Then you'll know which wallet you had open in the past.

Privacy matters, use Monero - A true untraceable cryptocurrency
Why Monero matters? http://weuse.cash/2016/03/05/bitcoiners-hedge-your-position/
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December 03, 2017, 08:44:28 PM
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Monero GUI has a box for the amount to be send. Right side of that box is a button "All". That button is better to be removed, so that no one will accidentally send all xmr.
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December 03, 2017, 08:49:19 PM
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Monero GUI has a box for the amount to be send. Right side of that box is a button "All". That button is better to be removed, so that no one will accidentally send all xmr.

That button is quite intuitive in my opinion. Furthermore, there is a confirmation window thereafter that'll show the amount.

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December 03, 2017, 08:52:19 PM
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I have found 5 blocks now! Difficulty is way to high for me to continue mining any more though.

Someone let me know when another clone of this coin comes out. I want to get in on it right at launch.

LOL look at monero now dude
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December 03, 2017, 09:32:29 PM
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Monero GUI has a box for the amount to be send. Right side of that box is a button "All". That button is better to be removed, so that no one will accidentally send all xmr.

That button is quite intuitive in my opinion. Furthermore, there is a confirmation window thereafter that'll show the amount.

It is intuitive, but the accidents do not ask a license when they happen. Only useful need for the button is to empty the wallet fast with no need to do the calculation to reduce the fee from the total sum. So I think the "All" button is almost useless.
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December 03, 2017, 09:37:27 PM
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Monero GUI has a box for the amount to be send. Right side of that box is a button "All". That button is better to be removed, so that no one will accidentally send all xmr.

That button is quite intuitive in my opinion. Furthermore, there is a confirmation window thereafter that'll show the amount.

It is intuitive, but the accidents do not ask a license when they happen. Only useful need for the button is to empty the wallet fast with no need to do the calculation to reduce the fee from the total sum. So I think the "All" button is almost useless.

You don't have to use it, but I'd even go so far as to say it is necessary at times.  I've used it a few times already.  Doesn't have to be so prominent, but I see no issue as is, either.
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December 03, 2017, 09:42:37 PM
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Monero GUI has a box for the amount to be send. Right side of that box is a button "All". That button is better to be removed, so that no one will accidentally send all xmr.

Unless you want to burn a wallet.

As long as there is some serious messages. "Are you sure you want to send all coins from this wallet?"

Click OK



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December 03, 2017, 09:45:01 PM
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which paperwallet is the best one to use ? or are there any hardware wallets supporting monero?

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December 03, 2017, 11:01:29 PM
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or are there any hardware wallets supporting monero?

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