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December 19, 2017, 08:13:54 AM
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Multisignature has been merged: https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/7kfuqy/multisignature_just_got_merged/

Thank you, devs! Another great accomplishment!

yeah, from now on it can be integrated into the next core wallet release  and this is a huge advance, I think it will move the market.

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December 19, 2017, 10:06:29 AM
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I am a new to Monero and running into some issues syncing the blockchain for the first time. 

I downloaded and ran monero-gui-v0.11.1.0 . The sync was taking over a day and still had a lot left so I looked for ways to speed this up. I read you can download the raw blockchain (https://www.monero.how/tutorial-how-to-speed-up-initial-blockchain-sync) imported and finished the sync. Once it finishes I save and shut down the daemon.  I launched the gui and it tries to start syncing all over again.  Am I doing something wrong? I thought the blockchain was fully synced and downloaded and I don't know if it will ever finish syncing through the Gui. Any suggestions on getting the blockchain to sync faster through the gui? Thank you for your help!

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Note: This sync actually involves two kinds of syncing. First, the blockchain sync, which is basically downloading the blockchain from other nodes / peers. Second, the wallet sync, which is the wallet “refreshing” / scanning blocks looking for transactions belonging to your address / wallet. The GUI is currently using the same status bar for both syncs, which can be a bit confusing to newcomers. Fortunately, this will be fixed in the next release. Thus, if you see the “Blocks remaining:” starting all over again, it’s the wallet refreshing.

https://medium.com/@Electricsheep56/the-monero-gui-wallet-broken-down-in-plain-english-bd2889b8c202

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December 19, 2017, 11:26:57 AM
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I start to regret not buying more coins since when it was 40$ each Smiley
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December 19, 2017, 05:51:16 PM
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Nice developments.

I think this weekend we'll see $500.

I think 600 / 700 easy , very undervalued compared to other projects.

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December 19, 2017, 11:16:27 PM
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I've been exploring and trying to set up a node running in one of my local PCs (Windows 7) for the intent purpose of allowing Monerujo to connect to it as my private node instead of using one of the public nodes for obvious reasons.


These are my port forwards (DD-WRT router):




These are the args inserted in the monerod Shortcut Target:

~monerod.exe --rpc-bind-ip 0.0.0.0 --restricted-rpc --confirm-external-bind


I then used the following node address in Monerujo as my (private) node address:

EXT.WAN.IP.ADDRESS:18081


Unfortunately, Monerujo says: "Cannot reach node! Try again or another." Is there anything I missed in my setup? Since I'm definitely networking/CLI-challenged, I wouldn't be surprised.


I also tried it on a Windows 7 GUI wallet (netbook) for good measure but nothing happens when I click on "Connect":



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December 20, 2017, 01:17:53 AM
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@visdude

I think asking this on monero forum is a better idea Smiley

https://forum.getmonero.org/
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December 20, 2017, 03:22:35 AM
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If you were gonna pad your post count, at least post something significant and useful...not just for the sake of posting in order to pad your post count [intentional circular reference].

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December 20, 2017, 08:37:20 AM
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Try the wallet on a computer in your LAN, and use the private (LAN IP) of the machine running the daemon.
Also worth double-checking, have you opened those ports in the firewall on the daemon machine?
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December 20, 2017, 01:17:18 PM
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Monero solid market. THanks to Monero, I got some profits.

Best regards

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December 20, 2017, 02:23:25 PM
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December 20, 2017, 02:26:18 PM
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is there a specific reason why XMR is skyrocketing right now?
i support XMR through mining for 6 months now, glad that it finally is appreciated the way it should be but why now?  Grin

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December 20, 2017, 02:36:28 PM
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Okay, trying to catch up to the latest transfer changes here. The command for transfering is the following:

transfer [<priority>] [<ring_size>] <address> <amount> [<payment_id>]

1. What is the lowest priority? I read somewhere that 0 means normal (aka 4x) and 1 is unimportant (x1). is that correct?
2. How much is 1x? 1 times what?
3. Are zero fees not included?
4. I looked at a block explorer and there are many blocks smaller than 300 KB. Am I correct in my assumption that this means any transaction will be picked up by miners in such a block? (<300KB)
5. I remember there are restrictions added to ring_size. Is that true? Is there a minimum now?
6. How do you select again which inputs get used? (or predict which will if it's an automatic process)

Thanks!
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December 20, 2017, 04:22:45 PM
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Okay, trying to catch up to the latest transfer changes here. The command for transfering is the following:

transfer [<priority>] [<ring_size>] <address> <amount> [<payment_id>]

1. What is the lowest priority? I read somewhere that 0 means normal (aka 4x) and 1 is unimportant (x1). is that correct?
2. How much is 1x? 1 times what?
3. Are zero fees not included?
4. I looked at a block explorer and there are many blocks smaller than 300 KB. Am I correct in my assumption that this means any transaction will be picked up by miners in such a block? (<300KB)
5. I remember there are restrictions added to ring_size. Is that true? Is there a minimum now?
6. How do you select again which inputs get used? (or predict which will if it's an automatic process)

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1. "unimportant" is the lowest priority. You can make this default by typing "set priority 1".

2. It's related to the dynamic fee algorithm. See: https://getmonero.org/2017/12/11/A-note-on-fees.html

3. Zero fees are not possible with the default CLI/GUI wallet. However, fees are not enforced on a consensus level, i.e., you could theoretically tweak the code, compile it yourself, and broadcast a transaction with a fee lower than the unimportant level.

4. If the mempool is lower than 300 kB (and your transaction is in the mempool), the miner will include it in the next block.

5. Yes, 5 is the minimum. If you simply leave out the [<ring_size>] of your command, it'll use 5 as ring size. In other words, transfer <address> <amount> will use 5 as ring size.

6. As far as I know, you can't literally choose them yourself (you can choose a different amount to get different outputs though). However, you can use "set print-ring-members 1" and it'll show you which outputs the transaction will use. Furthermore, it'll warn you if you are trying to spend multiple outputs that are detrimental to privacy, i.e., outputs that came in the same transaction (for some reason) or two outputs from two transactions from the same block.

Hopefully this sufficiently answered your questions.

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I've been exploring and trying to set up a node running in one of my local PCs (Windows 7) for the intent purpose of allowing Monerujo to connect to it as my private node instead of using one of the public nodes for obvious reasons.


These are my port forwards (DD-WRT router):


These are the args inserted in the monerod Shortcut Target:

~monerod.exe --rpc-bind-ip 0.0.0.0 --restricted-rpc --confirm-external-bind


I then used the following node address in Monerujo as my (private) node address:

EXT.WAN.IP.ADDRESS:18081


Unfortunately, Monerujo says: "Cannot reach node! Try again or another." Is there anything I missed in my setup? Since I'm definitely networking/CLI-challenged, I wouldn't be surprised.


I also tried it on a Windows 7 GUI wallet (netbook) for good measure but nothing happens when I click on "Connect":



That's the correct command / setup (though you might want to add the --rpc-login flag too to set a specific login + username). Can you check if your ports are properly opened / forwarded?

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December 20, 2017, 04:52:05 PM
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Thanks dEBRUYNE! Smiley
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December 20, 2017, 06:02:08 PM
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Monero Valuation Musings
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http://cryptoizzy.blogspot.de/2017/12/monero-valuation-musings.html
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Thanks dEBRUYNE! Smiley

You're welcome Smiley

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December 20, 2017, 09:21:50 PM
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Monero Valuation Musings
By Izzy Otto  December 19, 2017

http://cryptoizzy.blogspot.de/2017/12/monero-valuation-musings.html



big news hitting the wires could go to Bcash prices or DASH prices XMR is a better coin :-D hodl till. 05-.09 weeeeeeee


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December 20, 2017, 11:28:05 PM
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I've been exploring and trying to set up a node running in one of my local PCs (Windows 7) for the intent purpose of allowing Monerujo to connect to it as my private node instead of using one of the public nodes for obvious reasons.


These are my port forwards (DD-WRT router):


These are the args inserted in the monerod Shortcut Target:

~monerod.exe --rpc-bind-ip 0.0.0.0 --restricted-rpc --confirm-external-bind


I then used the following node address in Monerujo as my (private) node address:

EXT.WAN.IP.ADDRESS:18081


Unfortunately, Monerujo says: "Cannot reach node! Try again or another." Is there anything I missed in my setup? Since I'm definitely networking/CLI-challenged, I wouldn't be surprised.


I also tried it on a Windows 7 GUI wallet (netbook) for good measure but nothing happens when I click on "Connect":



That's the correct command / setup (though you might want to add the --rpc-login flag too to set a specific login + username). Can you check if your ports are properly opened / forwarded?

Thanks.

Per DD-WRT control panel, both ports have been opened/forwarded (applied changes and rebooted router). There are no related firewall events either each time I try to connect. I initially thought that it could be my VPN but sorta dismissed it as other remote mobile apps (i.e. TeamViewer, VNC, etc) have had no issues making their way to the same PC over VPN tunnels (both ends). My EXT.WAN.IP.ADDR as indicated by my router should be valid.

Re --rpc-login flag, does it make monerod require a username/password to be established upon launch and in turn be required when a remote device/app attempts to connect to the running daemon? Furthermore, is it a requirement to remotely connect to the daemon or just an option (existing public nodes don't require it)?  I see the Username/Password fields under "Login (optional)" in GUI Wallet Settings but no such option in Monerujo mobile wallet.

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Thanks.

Per DD-WRT control panel, both ports have been opened/forwarded (applied changes and rebooted router). There are no related firewall events either each time I try to connect. I initially thought that it could be my VPN but sorta dismissed it as other remote mobile apps (i.e. TeamViewer, VNC, etc) have had no issues making their way to the same PC over VPN tunnels (both ends). My EXT.WAN.IP.ADDR as indicated by my router should be valid.

Re --rpc-login flag, does it make monerod require a username/password to be established upon launch and in turn be required when a remote device/app attempts to connect to the running daemon? Furthermore, is it a requirement to remotely connect to the daemon or just an option (existing public nodes don't require it)?  I see the Username/Password fields under "Login (optional)" in GUI Wallet Settings but no such option in Monerujo mobile wallet.



In Monerujo, you can include the login in the node line:  user:password@ip_addr:port

Perhaps your issue is due to the fact dd-wrt doesn't support hairpin routing?
https://superuser.com/questions/418928/dd-wrt-port-not-fowarding-when-connecting-with-public-ip-from-lan

Someone suggested try connecting to the internal LAN IP, was that successful?

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