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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4540998 times)
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December 23, 2017, 02:03:57 PM
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Considering a Monero investment...

What do you think about 2018 price potential?
Will Monero stand it's ground against Annonymitiy-Newcomers like Verge and DeepOnion?
Neither Verge or Onion are any competition for Monero with their transparent blockchains. 
can u specify what the basic difference between them?

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December 23, 2017, 02:18:46 PM
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Considering a Monero investment...

What do you think about 2018 price potential?
Will Monero stand it's ground against Annonymitiy-Newcomers like Verge and DeepOnion?
Neither Verge or Onion are any competition for Monero with their transparent blockchains. 
can u specify what the basic difference between them?
The basic fundamental difference is that Monero is fungible and Verge/Onion are not. Transparent blockchains make taint analysis possible, while Monero is completely immune.

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December 23, 2017, 02:58:26 PM
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Considering a Monero investment...

What do you think about 2018 price potential?
Will Monero stand it's ground against Annonymitiy-Newcomers like Verge and DeepOnion?
Neither Verge or Onion are any competition for Monero with their transparent blockchains. 
can u specify what the basic difference between them?
The basic fundamental difference is that Monero is fungible and Verge/Onion are not. Transparent blockchains make taint analysis possible, while Monero is completely immune.

Thank you for explanation.

What about Electroneum (ETN)? I know it is Monero-based, so can it implement Monero's privacy features (past and upcoming)?
If so, it could become a contender as well!

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December 23, 2017, 03:28:54 PM
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Considering a Monero investment...

What do you think about 2018 price potential?
Will Monero stand it's ground against Annonymitiy-Newcomers like Verge and DeepOnion?
Neither Verge or Onion are any competition for Monero with their transparent blockchains. 
can u specify what the basic difference between them?
The basic fundamental difference is that Monero is fungible and Verge/Onion are not. Transparent blockchains make taint analysis possible, while Monero is completely immune.

Thank you for explanation.

What about Electroneum (ETN)? I know it is Monero-based, so can it implement Monero's privacy features (past and upcoming)?
If so, it could become a contender as well!
It's not only Monero based, it IS basically monero with RingCT removed, so a less secure Monero, they haven't even bothered removing all the 'Monero' instances in the code

Code:
./electroneum-wallet-cli
Monero 'Helium Hydra' (v0.11.0.0-8ea5e81)
Logging to ./electroneum-wallet-cli.log

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December 23, 2017, 04:34:01 PM
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ok. I hope someone here can help.
I hope some of the first group of people that adopted monero at its inception were there for boolberry as well.

I have a honeypenny wallet that opens using the old simple wallet of 2014 (password works). it will not recognize the modern daemon so although it opens, I can not access the coins in the wallet.

the new simple wallet now gives me an error of invalid password. so I cant open the old wallet with the new simple wallet.

I am hoping those that mined both coins can help me recover my old wallet. I am hoping as monero and honey penny were born from the same essential code, maybe I can get help here.

I have not gotten much help at boolberry. They are busy reviving the project and I am probably a distraction for them.



Can you be more specific about what error you're incurring? Perhaps a screenshot?

file:
https://imgur.com/4B1pElP

Honeypenny wallet that holds some coins. The wallet is from may 2014 (software version).
I can open the wallet with the simplewallet from the same date. Both are prior to name change to boolberry.
This wallet however will not recognize the current daemon (2017 version. )
https://imgur.com/M6YJFou


when I try to open the wallet with the 2017 version of simplewallet it gives me invalid password error.
https://imgur.com/4B1pElP


I am using the keys file to open it as I am getting genesis block missmatch. The reason for this was that Cryptozoiberg had to restart the network and the genesis block changed. In a post shortly after he (or she) had mentioned that this genesis missmatch can be corrected by using the keys file.

however, it looks like that old solution does not work now.
I am hoping someone else has some ideas.


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Two things:

1. Can you type "help" into the wallet and post a screenshot.

2. Can you try running the old wallet with the new daemon? Or does it then not connect to the new daemon?

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December 23, 2017, 06:26:34 PM
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Actually, I start to regret not buying more coins since when it was about 50$ for each  Roll Eyes Nice developments))
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December 24, 2017, 06:18:16 AM
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Is Monero transmuting itself to keep up with Verge?
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December 24, 2017, 06:29:24 AM
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Is Monero transmuting itself to keep up with Verge?

Lord, we can only hope so!  Verge is SOOOO advanced.
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December 24, 2017, 12:11:50 PM
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Is Monero transmuting itself to keep up with Verge?

Lord, we can only hope so!  Verge is SOOOO advanced.

Is it really?



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December 24, 2017, 12:27:15 PM
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Is Monero transmuting itself to keep up with Verge?

Lord, we can only hope so!  Verge is SOOOO advanced.

Is it really?

Yeah its the most advanced pnd shitcoin (right now)
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Take a look at monero hashrate distribution chart by pools

Chart was taken from https://monerohash.com/#network

add to this list a one more large pool "Mining pool hub" with ~23Mh + few more pools with total hashing speed less than 10Mh

Could someone tell me where are sitting the rest roughly 300Mh of Monero network hashing power?
Or did I miss something?
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December 24, 2017, 05:55:17 PM
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Take a look at monero hashrate distribution chart by pools
Chart was taken from https://monerohash.com/#network

add to this list a one more large pool "Mining pool hub" with ~23Mh + few more pools with total hashing speed less than 10Mh

Could someone tell me where are sitting the rest roughly 300Mh of Monero network hashing power?
Or did I miss something?

Monero is the go to coin for botnets for several reasons. The hashing algorithm is optimized for cpu's and a compromised computers will usually not have a gpu. Also your mining rewards are nice and private. We probably have most of the botnets in the world that are mining cryptocurrency mining monero. It wouldn't be surprising to see that manifest in a chart that looks like that. Not speaking authoritatively or anything. Just one possible explanation.

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December 24, 2017, 06:44:23 PM
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Take a look at monero hashrate distribution chart by pools

Chart was taken from https://monerohash.com/#network

add to this list a one more large pool "Mining pool hub" with ~23Mh + few more pools with total hashing speed less than 10Mh

Could someone tell me where are sitting the rest roughly 300Mh of Monero network hashing power?
Or did I miss something?

Checked your browser lately?   Lips sealed Tongue
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Checked your browser lately?   Lips sealed Tongue
What do you mean? Small measurements will be present
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December 24, 2017, 07:51:04 PM
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Checked your browser lately?   Lips sealed Tongue
What do you mean? Small measurements will be present

All the browser based monero miners would be part of that unknown total.
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December 24, 2017, 08:00:46 PM
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All the browser based monero miners would be part of that unknown total.
Are you talking about botnets based on minerd js web miner?
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December 24, 2017, 08:56:55 PM
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Is Monero transmuting itself to keep up with Verge?

Nope, Monero has given even trying to compete.

Is Monero transmuting itself to keep up with Verge?

Lord, we can only hope so!  Verge is SOOOO advanced.

Is it really?

Yeah its the most advanced pnd shitcoin (right now)

I thought BitOnionDarkTorCoin was the bestest shitcoin right now?

Take a look at monero hashrate distribution chart by pools

Chart was taken from https://monerohash.com/#network

add to this list a one more large pool "Mining pool hub" with ~23Mh + few more pools with total hashing speed less than 10Mh

Could someone tell me where are sitting the rest roughly 300Mh of Monero network hashing power?
Or did I miss something?

It's pretty interesting, I know alot of enthusiasts have switched from ETH and the browser mining now but It really makes you wonder if ASIC's are here.




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December 24, 2017, 09:16:58 PM
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Is Monero transmuting itself to keep up with Verge?

Nope, Monero has given even trying to compete.

Is Monero transmuting itself to keep up with Verge?

Lord, we can only hope so!  Verge is SOOOO advanced.

Is it really?

Yeah its the most advanced pnd shitcoin (right now)

I thought BitOnionDarkTorCoin was the bestest shitcoin right now?

Take a look at monero hashrate distribution chart by pools

Chart was taken from https://monerohash.com/#network

add to this list a one more large pool "Mining pool hub" with ~23Mh + few more pools with total hashing speed less than 10Mh

Could someone tell me where are sitting the rest roughly 300Mh of Monero network hashing power?
Or did I miss something?

It's pretty interesting, I know alot of enthusiasts have switched from ETH and the browser mining now but It really makes you wonder if ASIC's are here.





Price x5 'unexpectedly'.  That sends the smell of mining profits wafting out, resulting in a big jump in hashing to combine with the recent browser bonanza and the perpetual bot nets.  Huge development news and expectations, exploding reddit subs, etc.  Monero becomes popular.
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Still here. ^

I wonder at what price we start to move to the other stages? I would have thought this would be enough for them to at least start beating the (propaganda) drums of war.

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First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.

Still here. ^

I wonder at what price we start to move to the other stages? I would have thought this would be enough for them to at least start beating the (propaganda) drums of war.

I can't wait for live multisig and bulletproofs.  Game changers.
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