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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4627035 times)
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January 11, 2018, 12:16:07 AM
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I want a hardware wallet anyway, will Trezor need a new version to support Monero? or a software release?



Pretty sure ledger will have it done first, but IDK. I don't follow trezor as much anymore.

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January 11, 2018, 03:45:51 AM
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The first link however is interesting. I wasn't aware of that. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

Meh, I told them RPC was an attack vector years ago and my statements were ignored and then I was told not to worry about it as 0mq was coming to the rescue. I also tried to vet 0MQ but did not get cooperation in my attempts so gave up. Hopefully it was professionally vetted but my questions on the subject were never answered. I just got trolled about using the term wrapper for the interface and got sick of trying. Also I was making an argument for this, which I am glad was the end result.

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In addition, the official Monero GUI doesn't use the RPC layer, and directly implements the libwallet_api for all its wallet functions.





I recall those events. In the end its hard to separate the willing from the trolls at points.

And, I think, the team have largely moved off to their own  forum. Just us stubborn guys still here echoing.



Yep, You kids get off my lawn! Tongue

Also Smooth is still here which is great to see as that's the DEV I trust the most, I don't interact with alot of them as a disclaimer.

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January 11, 2018, 11:34:57 AM
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I see a lot of websites are running layers where a Monero miner is running in background. Is something the Monero community is supporting? I don't like it at all.
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January 11, 2018, 12:15:13 PM
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I see a lot of websites are running layers where a Monero miner is running in background. Is something the Monero community is supporting? I don't like it at all.
this totally sucks
i've even saw mining as a CAPTCHA  Shocked
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January 11, 2018, 05:56:53 PM
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Invitation:

To all those who feel Bytecoin is less that honest, please feel free to post here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/UnofficialBytecoin/

Am "trying" to create a space where people can have an honest conversation -- until I get voted into oblivion.
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January 11, 2018, 06:10:57 PM
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Invitation:

To all those who feel Bytecoin is less that honest, please feel free to post here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/UnofficialBytecoin/

Am "trying" to create a space where people can have an honest conversation -- until I get voted into oblivion.

That same thing happened to me last week when I tried to preach anti-semitism in this orthodox temple! The fascists man. They are everywhere.

No I'm kidding. It's good that you do this. They can still make the same mistake. But atleast now they cant say nobody warned them.

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January 11, 2018, 06:58:05 PM
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0MG!!! this is horrible! Sell!!!

Hey I asked a serious question here. I want Monero to succeed, but if the potential bugs and potential future encryption weaknesses are not adressed, then it won't. All it takes is 1 vulnerability in the protocol, and every transaction becomes deanonymized. Kind of a massive risk, for a privacy coin.


I agree.  We should all panic dump and nobody should ever buy Monnero again!

The Monerro Enterprise Alliance is worse than if the Ethereum Foundation and Dash Core mated and produced a scam-baby.

I hold both Dash and Monero, so we shall see which one performs better.


The first link however is interesting. I wasn't aware of that. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

There was something else too, I can't find the link, where there was some bug in the previous hardforked editions that is why one of the hardforks happened to fix that bug.

It didn't deanonymized Monero, but it severely weakened the encryption scheme.

It has been fixed ,but we don't know whether something similar will happen in the future, that is why I am concerned.


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January 11, 2018, 07:01:31 PM
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This criticism makes it sound like you are talking about ZCash not Monero.

Hahah, Zcash is not even worth discussing  Cheesy


That post is from last year. This issue has long since been addressed, and only applied to people running RPC wallets (generally exchanges, etc.) and even then only in an insecure setting (no isolated VM/container, same system as a browser, etc.)

Also this was not any sort of "encryption" or cryptography bug, and arguably not a bug at all. If you tell the wallet to open up a port to listen for commands (is not, and never was the default behavior), then you better secure access to the port.


Wasn't it like the latest Electrum bug where any wallet was exposed to theft if they ran a website together with the wallet.

In the Electrum bug the wallet was exposed just with an open Firefox window.

Wasn't that the case for Monero in that past year bug? I am confused about the RPC stuff.


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January 11, 2018, 07:04:26 PM
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+1 signature post well played


Dash.... nah I wont bother for a change.





We better fix these imaginary problems quickly!


WTF are they doing in the research group. Writing and testing white papers and concepts, when they should be imagining and presuming things.

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January 11, 2018, 07:15:04 PM
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+1 signature post well played


Dash.... nah I wont bother for a change.

We better fix these imaginary problems quickly!


WTF are they doing in the research group. Writing and testing white papers and concepts, when they should be imagining and presuming things.

Signature post? Do you realize that I haven't posted on this forum for months, if I would be after signature referrals, I would have not been inactive for so long.

No, I have just bought more Monero a couple weeks ago, and my Monero holdings are now big enough to be concerned about risks like that.

Yeah so I must be a troll for pointing out potential risks here ,which have already happened in the past by the way, so I am not pulling things out of my ass.


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January 11, 2018, 08:58:19 PM
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Lucky you have your dash bro, nothing dodgy there.


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January 11, 2018, 09:02:16 PM
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Hi guys im doing some calculations to rebalance my Portfolio at the Moment. Can anyone of you maybe tell me the number of currently mined Moneros? Because coinmarket cap is not correct with most of their numbers about the market cap Smiley
Thanks a lot!

A little over 15 585 000.
thank you very much that is close to my own calculation but i really wasnt sure if i made it right Cheesy thanks a lot

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January 12, 2018, 05:28:58 AM
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Somebody was talking that there will be xmr hard fork already on 15th january. Is there any link for that?

There is a routine hard fork every 6 months though.

This is very interesting. This is the first time I heard about this. This tells me the devs are foregoing short term convenience and are taking the hard road of making Monero better and better.

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January 12, 2018, 06:25:41 AM
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I am using a Monero wallet that I downloaded many months ago. Is it still supported?

Also, if I have my Monero in the developers wallet, will I get additional coins if there is a hardfork?

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January 12, 2018, 06:36:32 AM
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Somebody was talking that there will be xmr hard fork already on 15th january. Is there any link for that?

There is a routine hard fork every 6 months though.

This is very interesting. This is the first time I heard about this. This tells me the devs are foregoing short term convenience and are taking the hard road of making Monero better and better.

There is a big focus on the privacy and the features but I think this is actually one of the coolest and most over-looked aspects of this project. It was done to avoid the sort of governance gridlock problems that bitcoin has. It was pretty experimental at the time but so far it's working really well. Monero is actually adaptable. We used to have a block time of 1 minute. But after collecting actual real world data over a period of time it was determined that this was too fast. No problem for monero. The switch to 2 minute blocks went off without a hitch. Can you imagine doing that with bitcoin? And that's a pretty superficial example. Big changes too like Ring-CT and bulletproofs and maybe sidechains someday are also no problem.

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The first link however is interesting. I wasn't aware of that. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

Meh, I told them RPC was an attack vector years ago and my statements were ignored and then I was told not to worry about it as 0mq was coming to the rescue. I also tried to vet 0MQ but did not get cooperation in my attempts so gave up. Hopefully it was professionally vetted but my questions on the subject were never answered. I just got trolled about using the term wrapper for the interface and got sick of trying. Also I was making an argument for this, which I am glad was the end result.

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I recall those events. In the end its hard to separate the willing from the trolls at points.

And, I think, the team have largely moved off to their own  forum. Just us stubborn guys still here echoing.

There isn't really a forum any more* mostly just reddit, twitter, IRC, and github (issues and PRs) for technical discussion. And still here of course. Thanks for the shout out @Hueristic.

* It is still used for FFS but nothing else.
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what XMR think about financing north koreas nuclear program? do you have an army in case someone come to kill you in retaliation?
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January 12, 2018, 01:33:42 PM
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what XMR think about financing north koreas nuclear program? do you have an army in case someone come to kill you in retaliation?

Bitcoin and US Dollar have a long history of funding crime and terrorism. Actually all successful means of payment do.
So unless you use seashells as payment you are in the same boat. Do you have "an army"?
And btw, you mean an entire army, with tanks and submarines and aircraft carriers? Cheesy

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