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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4641875 times)
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May 24, 2014, 10:35:04 AM
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This coin does not need to be innovative, it has the best chance of any to replace Darkcoin. The other difficulties you mention apply to any current coin. We are not interested in making a system that can be used by criminals. Nor is Darkcoin, the government/NSA have all the transactions as an open book for any of these public currencies. What we are interested in is a legitimate amount of personal privacy. There is no reason my purchases should be traceable to my ex-wife or bank manager without my permission, as they are with Bitcoin.

Darkcoin is doomed as it relies on trusted servers that can be exposed either by break ins to master nodes, or by government action.

At this stage, neither BCN / BCN-clones or DRK can claim to be NSA-proof by themselves, without following best practices regarding anonymity etc etc. They are private for all intents and purposes for everything except NSA action.

We are talking about 99% anonymity and we are waiting, as users, for the extra 1% that will lock governments (actually the US government which has the big resources - not any government) out. That 1% is the big evolution that must be done.
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May 24, 2014, 11:43:07 AM
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at what hashrates you guys are mining this?
my Hash Rate: 103.33 H/sec, am i wasting my time or should i keep mining this slow?

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May 24, 2014, 12:05:12 PM
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The developer of Monero is David Latapie, a french "multi forker" (he also developed mintcoin).



http://whois.domaintools.com/monero.cc
http://whois.domaintools.com/mintcoin.cc

Mintcoin.cc is now made anonymous by obscure WhoisGuard company from Panama...

Well... no future except pump and dump (I own a bunch of this coin but I'm realist).

Oh please... When trying to play the private investigator game, at least do it seriously.

mintcointeam is the dev of Mintcoin
The Alty created the third (and now official) mintcoin site, mintcoin.cc. There was a bounty attached to it, by the way. Alty subcontracted a person in Panama for the actual creation of the website. Alty has since left mintcoin entirely and since I was involved in Mintcoin quite a bit (task manager), I took over. The Alty gave me access to the domain name. I also hosted the site until very recently, now someone else (rockingaltcoins) is hosting it because there was some load issues I could not handle with my hosting plan.

As for Monero.cc, I bought it after a voting session (votebot-sanctioned) on IRC, in April. Shortly after monero was on Poloniex, we decided to move monero.cc out of my hosting plan, to avoid DDoS and the like. It worked wonder.

Since you are playing PI, you should Google my name and read my English crypto-related and non-crypto-related entries (and French ones, since you seem French, according to your nick). You would a get a better idea of my personality and would have probably conclude I am either very good at faking an identity for years of else I am just not a deceiver.

A PI should never limit himself to a couple of sources and a lot of extrapolations - and confirmation biases. Even in bitcointalk, you did not search much. Read this post, for instance, this would give you a better insight of my personnality
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=406112.msg6584975#msg6584975

So if after that, you still want to dump, please do so. More monero for the others.
Et comme tu m'a l'air français, demande à superesistant, perl ou djinou94 ce qu'ils pensent de moi.

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May 24, 2014, 12:11:31 PM
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He's an asshole  Grin
Joke
Seriously one of the best guy i've met in the crypto world  Cool

But honors are for all Monero team who work hard, MRO is the futur
Keep going guys
Ignore the trolls
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May 24, 2014, 12:17:03 PM
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i have a problem to compile.. any ideas?
ubuntu 14.04, boost 1.55



[ 38%] Building CXX object src/CMakeFiles/cryptonote_core.dir/cryptonote_core/blockchain_storage.cpp.o
c++: internal compiler error: Killed (program cc1plus)
Please submit a full bug report,
with preprocessed source if appropriate.
See <file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-4.8/README.Bugs> for instructions.
make[3]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/rpc.dir/rpc/core_rpc_server.cpp.o] Error 4
make[3]: Leaving directory `/root/bitmonero/build/release'
make[2]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/rpc.dir/all] Error 2
make[2]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
[ 40%] Building CXX object src/CMakeFiles/cryptonote_core.dir/cryptonote_core/account.cpp.o
^Cmake[3]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/cryptonote_core.dir/cryptonote_core/blockchain_storage.cpp.o] Interrupt
make[3]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/cryptonote_core.dir/cryptonote_core/account.cpp.o] Interrupt
make[2]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/cryptonote_core.dir/all] Interrupt
make[1]: *** [all] Interrupt
make: *** [build-release] Interrupt

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May 24, 2014, 12:23:45 PM
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@ Devs, maybe you can say anymore?

When you plan to release your future plans of monero?

So it only generate uncertainty.
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May 24, 2014, 12:41:59 PM
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at what hashrates you guys are mining this?
my Hash Rate: 103.33 H/sec, am i wasting my time or should i keep mining this slow?

250-270H/s here. 100 isnt bad, i started with 40 lol.
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May 24, 2014, 12:46:21 PM
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Over the next 8 or so years (the period when most of the coins will be mined numerically)? I have no idea, and neither do you.  8 years ago Bitcoin didn't even exist.

What we do know is the inflation curve and the fiat or fiat equivalent to absorb daily supply. Even in current prices the demands are significant.

You're overcomplicating it. The current price is a market consensus of expected future value, especially in a speculative instrument like this one where (at present) there is really no other reason to buy. So the market is saying that an expected 100K BTC are going to flow into this coin (over the next ~8 years). This likely represents an average of many outcomes, including some at 0 or close to 0, and some higher (likely much higher) than 100K BTC. You may disagree with this assessment, but you should take that to the price speculation thread.

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May 24, 2014, 12:49:01 PM
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at what hashrates you guys are mining this?
my Hash Rate: 103.33 H/sec, am i wasting my time or should i keep mining this slow?

250-270H/s here. 100 isnt bad, i started with 40 lol.

i could make +200h/s if i just could compile linux on my vps, no luck on that

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May 24, 2014, 12:49:48 PM
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2014-May-24 08:48:58.639068 [P2P3]ERROR c:\temp\monero\git\bitmonero-master-x64
contrib\epee\include\net\abstract_tcp_server2.inl:307 send que size is more tha
 ABSTRACT_SERVER_SEND_QUE_MAX_COUNT(100), shutting down connection

2014-May-24 08:48:58.658069 [P2P3]ERROR c:\temp\monero\git\bitmonero-master-x64
contrib\epee\include\net\levin_protocol_handler_async.h:638 [114.228.158.215:49
16 INC]Failed to do_send()

I keep getting a ton of these in bitmonerod
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May 24, 2014, 12:55:51 PM
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^It happen sometimes. If you see this often just restart bitmonerod and it'll stop (otherwise you are flooding someone's else connection and he sees the same in the daemon). Save the blockchain before restarting the daemon ('save', 'exit' or 'q') or otherwise you'll have to synchronize again.

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May 24, 2014, 01:00:04 PM
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with that processor you have those numbers?
I, with a i5 quad core
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May 24, 2014, 01:10:37 PM
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The developer of Monero is David Latapie, a french "multi forker" (he also developed mintcoin).



http://whois.domaintools.com/monero.cc
http://whois.domaintools.com/mintcoin.cc

Mintcoin.cc is now made anonymous by obscure WhoisGuard company from Panama...

Well... no future except pump and dump (I own a bunch of this coin but I'm realist).

Oh please... When trying to play the private investigator game, at least do it seriously.

mintcointeam is the dev of Mintcoin
The Alty created the third (and now official) mintcoin site, mintcoin.cc. There was a bounty attached to it, by the way. Alty subcontracted a person in Panama for the actual creation of the website. Alty has since left mintcoin entirely and since I was involved in Mintcoin quite a bit (task manager), I took over. The Alty gave me access to the domain name. I also hosted the site until very recently, now someone else (rockingaltcoins) is hosting it because there was some load issues I could not handle with my hosting plan.

As for Monero.cc, I bought it after a voting session (votebot-sanctioned) on IRC, in April. Shortly after monero was on Poloniex, we decided to move monero.cc out of my hosting plan, to avoid DDoS and the like. It worked wonder.

Since you are playing PI, you should Google my name and read my English crypto-related and non-crypto-related entries (and French ones, since you seem French, according to your nick). You would a get a better idea of my personality and would have probably conclude I am either very good at faking an identity for years of else I am just not a deceiver.

A PI should never limit himself to a couple of sources and a lot of extrapolations - and confirmation biases. Even in bitcointalk, you did not search much. Read this post, for instance, this would give you a better insight of my personnality
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=406112.msg6584975#msg6584975

So if after that, you still want to dump, please do so. More monero for the others.
Et comme tu m'a l'air français, demande à superesistant, perl ou djinou94 ce qu'ils pensent de moi.

Doing a whois search is not what I would call doing Personal Investigation. As a basic investor I just want to know where I put my money. The fact is I just made the link with mintcoin as I saw your name in a previous whois record. All I said on you is that you are a french developer (seems to be right) and a multi-forker (as I knew you worked on mintcoin... another fork).

So what is wrong ? Show me where I wrote you are a dirty guy ? I didn't.

FYI I don't need to trust your friends, even if they seem to be honest. What I need is looking at technical specifications, source code, and what the developers plan to do to improve. Nothing can make me think you are incompetent or scammer, I just want to point people that this coin is just another young fork (at the moment), with very little changes from the original, nothing more. I even didn't say you claim to the contrary.

And please, my reply was explicitly to this post, as rightly quoted in the message :
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg6906965#msg6906965

So don't pretend now I'm doing personal bashing on you.

Yes I'm french... Sorry my english is poor Smiley

P.S. "Alty subcontracted a person in Panama for the actual creation of the website." This should be a joke dude, I'm not so naïve to believe it.

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May 24, 2014, 01:20:05 PM
Last edit: May 24, 2014, 01:33:36 PM by Slipknot79
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Yo im not sure if my system is runing with appropriate H/s.

Im running 14 Threads on 4 CPUs, 3x Celeron@2700MHz 6 Threads, and 1x Sandy Bridge i7 2600K@4800Mhz 8 Threads.

Hashrate fluctuates between 15 and 45 H/s. Is it dat what i can expect?

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May 24, 2014, 01:27:31 PM
Last edit: May 24, 2014, 02:37:00 PM by cisahasa
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can i run simpleminer from ubuntu terminal?
what im doing wrong?
"simpleminer: command not found"


edit:  missing screen -S minerd ./minerd
working now

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May 24, 2014, 01:29:25 PM
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with that processor you have those numbers?
I, with a i5 quad core
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May 24, 2014, 01:34:55 PM
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My suggestion is a reduction in the number of coins or altering of the reward curve.

Have to disagree.  The goal shouldn't be to have an "investment", its a currency for use as a tool.

I'd rather see trade-facilitation stuff built in, and a greater circulation - the value inherent in the coin will be driven by market uptake.  The reason BTC was successful initially is it was used for a large range of commercial transactions.. being able to spend it on goods/services created the demand and built the price.

Artificially limiting the number of coins to preserve the current spot price is just a short-term prop for traders, and ultimately adds no value to the currency.  Without the means to use it to buy actual items, its worthless, just like fiat.

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May 24, 2014, 01:39:56 PM
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asddd 250-270 on fx-8320
asdddddddddddddddddddd
i make only 75-80 on my
i5-4570
i am using cpumultiminer of lucasjones
you?
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May 24, 2014, 01:44:49 PM
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how many coins can i expect every day from a hash rade of 10KHASH /s ? ( yea  i wrote right ... 10 khash.... im admin of 2 racks 42 u each rack has 40 servers with 2 x e5620 which will bring me  around 250 Hash /sec

so 40*250 = 10000 = 10khash. ... the other rack will be busy to other work Smiley



a good profit calculator would be good

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How do you get H/s dat high?

I get only 25-40 H/s on 14 Threads  Huh

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