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December 06, 2017, 08:08:40 PM
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Wow today Deeponion is doing again great, Someone know why Onion is growing faster than Monero?

FS onion onion onion, cant any of you read? this is Monero


In other news.....

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2057229.0  

Onion is a scam, look its also transparent does that sound like a privacy coin?

Becasue of FUDDErs like you I missed Deeponion. I wish I havent read this uninformed people. I made trought research and this coin is one of the most transparent and Altruist project out there.
This link you have mentioned is from a guy who DAILY TRADES ONIONS and was part of the airdrop but sold his bags and wanted to enter cheap...
I am just frustreated that it went off ifront of my nose....Monero is great coin too but Deeponion is hell of a project and team awaken from your fud dream...

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December 06, 2017, 08:20:32 PM
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Monero Developers Aim to Reduce Transaction Size by 80% or More

MONERO TRANSACTION SIZE NEEDS TO BE ADDRESSED

In the world of cryptocurrency, very few people actually wonder how large their individual transactions are on the network. The answer would surprise a lot of people, as one would think there isn’t much data involved in sending money across a blockchain. As it happens, the reality is very different. That’s especially true in the world of Monero, where the anonymity and privacy offered by the network come at the cost of larger transaction sizes.

To put this into perspective, a single output transaction on the Monero blockchain is 6 kilobytes in size. That may not seem like much, but one has to keep in mind the average Bitcoin transaction size is around 250 bytes, give or take. This means every transaction conducted in XMR is over 20 times the size of a Bitcoin transfer. From a long-term perspective, this vast size difference is not manageable, and something will need to change sooner or later.

While it is true the Monero ecosystem has a dynamic block size to ensure this doesn’t become a big problem anytime soon, the developers are actively looking for ways to improve upon things before the situation gets out of hand. The new solution goes by the name of multi-output bulletproofs. It is a solution currently being researched and developed by the Monero Research Lab, and it currently exists in a Java version only. There will be a C++ version as well, but it will only support single output BulletProof transactions at first.

What makes this concept so interesting is that it can effectively reduce the size of a single output transaction to 704 bytes. Compared to the current 6 kilobytes, that is a reduction of over 80%. For double output transactions, the size would be reduced from 12 kilobytes to under 800 bytes. No one can deny this would certainly make things a lot more convenient for all Monero users, as the current massive transaction size will hinder the growth of this ecosystem moving forward.

When exactly this BulletProof implementation will come to Monero remains to be seen. For now, it is tentatively scheduled for the September 2018 hard fork, but the team wants to ensure this concept goes through rigorous testing first. There is little point in releasing a half-baked solution, especially when it is one that is vital to the Monero ecosystem.

There is more exciting news to report in the Monero world. Monero’s multisignature implementation is still being tested, and Surae Noether is reviewing this technology as we speak. Guides have surfaced for setting up 2-of-2 and 2-of-3 Monero multisignature accounts already, but it will be good to see the results of this peer review. It will be an interesting year for Monero in 2018, as a lot of good features and projects will be finalized in the next twelve months.

https://themerkle.com/monero-developers-seek-to-reduce-transaction-size-by-80-or-more/

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December 06, 2017, 09:31:09 PM
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Wow today Deeponion is doing again great, Someone know why Onion is growing faster than Monero?

FS onion onion onion, cant any of you read? this is Monero


In other news.....

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2057229.0  

Onion is a scam, look its also transparent does that sound like a privacy coin?

Becasue of FUDDErs like you I missed Deeponion. I wish I havent read this uninformed people. I made trought research and this coin is one of the most transparent and Altruist project out there.
This link you have mentioned is from a guy who DAILY TRADES ONIONS and was part of the airdrop but sold his bags and wanted to enter cheap...
I am just frustreated that it went off ifront of my nose....Monero is great coin too but Deeponion is hell of a project and team awaken from your fud dream...

You lose double if you follow idiots off the internet.


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December 07, 2017, 02:09:31 AM
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Yelling retard

Only retards would post like this, do you really think anyone in this thread even finished reading yyour all caps rant before putting you on ignore? I know I didn't Cheesy


LOL  Retard  Cheesy

dammit I have the patent on calling idjuts retards! Tongue

More and more demand for privacy coins like Monero!!

It is not just criminals who wants privacy... actually the bigger transactions comes from wealthy folks who are trying to keep their wealth a secret.

Take a look at the leaks from Paradise Papers and Panama Papers and we can all see that it is our political leaders, royalties, top business leaders etc who are really hiding all their transactions and wealth..

criminal transactions pale in comparison to them...

And you can bet your ass all the worlds countries 3 letter agencies are using it for payoffs. Imagine that a tool they didn't have to fund it's like a dream for them!

True. Corporations have a lot to hide  Grin Grin Grin


Corporations are people too! :rolleyes:

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In case you haven't heard about the latest moneromonitor podcast, the interview with Andrew Poelstra discusses Mimblewimble and touches on scriptless scripts. https://moneromonitor.com/episodes/2017-12-05-Episode-016.html


Thx man, btw I got lucky but I'm gonna get crushed this week. Cheesy




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December 07, 2017, 03:00:36 AM
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Can someone explain to me why you would have extra code at the end of your wallet address?

Example:    423XT9hcut3gQR6kw5pPpSXivmW1m3PqA2nLHGLbx5RzbSynrRUZizPN5EW2kDDZAafZrQTsY2utxTF gQAryiiCgFgQhi71.4d8ddccc40568d93
 
After the address you have .4d8ddccc40568d93     Is this a payment ID or something used by mining pools.  An integrated address?  If so how is this code generated and how do you find or chose one for your wallet or mining pool if applicable

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December 07, 2017, 03:08:18 AM
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really like the way they secure the blockchain

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December 07, 2017, 03:19:30 AM
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现在来看 门罗是一种比较好的硬币

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December 07, 2017, 03:24:59 AM
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现在来看 门罗是一种比较好的硬币

每天更好
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December 07, 2017, 03:27:36 AM
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XMR performs well during the huge bitcoin pump while other altcoins mainly go down. This is exciting to see XMR is adopted by the mainstream in dark net.   Grin
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December 07, 2017, 04:23:22 AM
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Can someone explain to me why you would have extra code at the end of your wallet address?

Example:    423XT9hcut3gQR6kw5pPpSXivmW1m3PqA2nLHGLbx5RzbSynrRUZizPN5EW2kDDZAafZrQTsY2utxTF gQAryiiCgFgQhi71.4d8ddccc40568d93
 
After the address you have .4d8ddccc40568d93     Is this a payment ID or something used by mining pools.  An integrated address?  If so how is this code generated and how do you find or chose one for your wallet or mining pool if applicable

Thanks

Assuming you're talking about the wallet address setting in your miner software for pool mining, yes, that's most likely the payment ID that the pool operator uses for payouts.

Like in normal payments, if you're using your own wallet (i.e. you have the wallet seed), you don't need to generate a payment ID for receiving funds. Payment IDs are intended to be useful for exchanges and merchants where they need to know who sent which funds; e.g. an exchange would issue a unique payment ID per customer to manage deposit balances.

So, if you're pool mining directly to your account on an exchange, you'd know the payment ID assigned to you by the exchange. Otherwise, you don't need to care about it; your wallet address alone suffices.
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December 07, 2017, 08:50:54 AM
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I’m pretty sure Surae and the MRL gang is on the case. I remember at the NY meetup him basically talking about (I’m paraphrasing here) how he inherently doesn’t trust the algorithm because it was created by the bytecoin devs.

Wasn't the algorithm created by Nicholas von Saberhagen, and the bytecoin devs just implemented it in C?

Nobody really knows or isn't saying, and if they did, shouldn't be believed without verifiable evidence.

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Besides, how much of the original C code are we running nowadays anyway? Less than 5%, isn't it?

I don't know of a number for that, but the PoW hashing code was completely rewritten as well as having documentation added.
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December 07, 2017, 09:37:27 AM
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Why did the hashrate increase by 25%, just because Nicehash went down?
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December 07, 2017, 11:45:41 AM
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Can someone explain to me why you would have extra code at the end of your wallet address?

Example:    423XT9hcut3gQR6kw5pPpSXivmW1m3PqA2nLHGLbx5RzbSynrRUZizPN5EW2kDDZAafZrQTsY2utxTF gQAryiiCgFgQhi71.4d8ddccc40568d93
 
After the address you have .4d8ddccc40568d93     Is this a payment ID or something used by mining pools.  An integrated address?  If so how is this code generated and how do you find or chose one for your wallet or mining pool if applicable

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Is that from "show_transfers"? If so, it's just formatted improperly. That is, it shows address - amount - short/encrypted payment ID, but there should be spaces between them in order to have proper formatting.

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December 07, 2017, 02:41:45 PM
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I've got an inscription in mymonero
"Your account is catching up, your details may be out-of-date until it is finished (38189 blocks behind). This is not an error, and you do not have to do anything except wait until it is complete."

Yesterday was 37570 blocks. Guess it will take a very long time. Transactions doesn't work. Please tell me what can I do to send my XMR now? Huh
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December 07, 2017, 02:50:47 PM
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I've got an inscription in mymonero
"Your account is catching up, your details may be out-of-date until it is finished (38189 blocks behind). This is not an error, and you do not have to do anything except wait until it is complete."

Yesterday was 37570 blocks. Guess it will take a very long time. Transactions doesn't work. Please tell me what can I do to send my XMR now? Huh
I think there's a way to use your seed to restore your monero in the regular monero client, but you might need a special tool like luigi's xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html
because there are three different methods for generating keys from seed.  They're not compatible, I think you have to do some kind of conversion.
Can someone please advise him?
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I've got an inscription in mymonero
"Your account is catching up, your details may be out-of-date until it is finished (38189 blocks behind). This is not an error, and you do not have to do anything except wait until it is complete."

Yesterday was 37570 blocks. Guess it will take a very long time. Transactions doesn't work. Please tell me what can I do to send my XMR now? Huh

See:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/7hy8r2/mymonero_issues_megathread/

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December 07, 2017, 04:20:51 PM
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Monero Rocks again with a news :

Monero to be accepted as payment by 45 musicians including @MariahCarey, @Sia, @Weezer, @LanaDelRey, @thelumineers, @G_Eazy, @DollyParton, @dixiechicks, @Slayer for holidays.

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December 07, 2017, 04:37:55 PM
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What the fck is going on with network hashrate? Difficulty is skyrocketing. Network hashrate has jumped to the moon just in few days. From where are comes these fckng 100MH just in few hours yesterday? Now large botnet, or what is this?
This is abnormal jump in nethash.
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December 07, 2017, 06:22:14 PM
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Monero Rocks again with a news :

Monero to be accepted as payment by 45 musicians including @MariahCarey, @Sia, @Weezer, @LanaDelRey, @thelumineers, @G_Eazy, @DollyParton, @dixiechicks, @Slayer for holidays.


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“As cryptocurrencies become more popular, it’s important that my fans have choices when it comes to how they buy my songs and merchandise,” said rap star G-Eazy in a statement. “Given Monero is one of the safest, most secure and most private cryptocurrencies, it’s one of the best options for my fans this holiday season — and just in time for my new album.”

Rofl what? Well, hey, thanks for the endorsement Mr. "G-Eazy". Or is it just Mr. Eazy and G is the first name? How did this become a thing? Did "G-Eazy" just call up his "nigga" FluffyPony on a lazy Saturday afternoon and be like "Hey you know I was thinking"? There HAS to be a story behind this.

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December 07, 2017, 06:44:56 PM
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We released an article, new about Monero  http://blog.doverie.click/45-muzykantov-primut-anonimnyj-kriptovalyutnyj-monero-vo-vremya-rozhdestvenskix-kanikul/. Welcome to the blog, discuss the news in the comments.
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