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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4641405 times)
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May 24, 2014, 10:19:28 PM
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So recommendations for hardware can't really be based on Monero, because it necessarily involves the broader CPU coin market. It's also constantly changing based on altcoin liquidity and the price of BTC. Add on top of that the risk of this becoming a GPU (or ASIC) coin.

These risks aren't really that great because you can always resell the hardware. You're not buying something specialized that will lose value if MRO or even cpu coins in general stop using it. In fact there might be an argument for buying used in the first place, to minimize depreciation (not always true though, especially with good use of promotions on new gear).

I do agree that just buying is often a good substitute for mining, especially if you don't have the experience with and aptitude for dealing with hardware on a shoestring budget. That itself is a specialized skill (different from conventional IT for example)
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May 24, 2014, 10:23:06 PM
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extremehash.com

Already close to 20% of the network I think.

Recommend people to avoid joining this one if not there already and soio mine or use other pools.

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May 24, 2014, 10:45:28 PM
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extremehash.com
Already close to 20% of the network I think.
Recommend people to avoid joining this one if not there already and soio mine or use other pools.

Join http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/

simpleminer :
C:\path_to_simpleminer\simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=monero.crypto-pool.fr:1111 --login=your_address_here --pass x

minerd :
C:\path_to_minerd\minerd.exe -a cryptonight -o monero.crypto-pool.fr:6666 -u your_monero_address -t number_of_thread

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May 24, 2014, 10:50:22 PM
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for -p x

what do you put for x?

the actual wallet address password you used when you created it?
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May 24, 2014, 10:51:41 PM
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for -p x

what do you put for x?

the actual wallet address password you used when you created it?

No, do not share your wallet password with anyone.

Usually "-p x" indicates that the pool does not require a password and you can put anything there, including just the letter x.
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May 24, 2014, 11:05:11 PM
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If I'm using mine.moneropool.org

I should be using port 7777? instead of the default 5555?
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May 24, 2014, 11:32:41 PM
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i got 20 vps servers running mine at 450-600h/s

Sounds expensive

all free

say whatttttt, good on you man. I am a man who can appreciate free. I have about 800h/s costing me about 100 USD a month. In the end it will pay for itself.


How to use VPS mining? Where has the study thread
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May 24, 2014, 11:42:21 PM
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quick question, in order to save ur monero wallet and be able to open it in another computer, or just back it up, all u got to do is save the wallet.bin  and .keys ? What else? You just paste them and they are loaded again in ur new wallet?

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May 24, 2014, 11:53:51 PM
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quick question, in order to save ur monero wallet and be able to open it in another computer, or just back it up, all u got to do is save the wallet.bin  and .keys ? What else? You just paste them and they are loaded again in ur new wallet?

I'd like to know the answer to this too. Is the wallet.bin and .keys like boitcoin's wallet.dat?
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May 24, 2014, 11:56:27 PM
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I am amazed at the amount of trolls on here...this is literally unbelievable...miserable pricks...

Trolls: Fuck you pricks, I am harvesting your tears like fucking rainwater and drinking them in my top fucking shelf margaritas hahahaha CRY CRY CRY PLEASE i love it =))) Every time you guys cry I feel sooo good hahaha

LOL

yeah that was a good post lol  Cheesy Tongue

Indeed. Gave me a good chuckle.

Guys, do we have any progress on getting listed on Mintpal? I know obviously we are cryptonote technology, which has different api's to Bitcoin but I think it would do wonders for our adoption if we could get on there.

I honestly think we could go up 300% if we got listed on Mintpal. Sadly I don't even see us on the list of coins to be voted in.
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May 25, 2014, 12:01:28 AM
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Ok, I'm obviosuly missing something.

If I want to send from my wallet to another person, how does the payment ID get generated?  Is there a wallet command I'm just not seeing that generates one?

I know the exchanges make one - I just don't know how/where they get it from, and if I want to move funds between wallets, I need one too it seems.

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May 25, 2014, 12:02:52 AM
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Ok, I'm obviosuly missing something.

If I want to send from my wallet to another person, how does the payment ID get generated?  Is there a wallet command I'm just not seeing that generates one?

I know the exchanges make one - I just don't know how/where they get it from, and if I want to move funds between wallets, I need one too it seems.

you don't need a payment id if you want to send from your wallet to another, just transfer 0 address amount

only the exchanges require tx id.

http://www.extremepool.org (BCN) (MRO) (QCN) (XDN) (BBR) (AEON) (ORION) (DSH) (CRR) (INF8)
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May 25, 2014, 12:03:02 AM
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If I'm using mine.moneropool.org

I should be using port 7777? instead of the default 5555?

you should be using port 7777 with stratum and the new cpuminer  Wink

tried the new cpuminer and it says

The version of this file is not compatible with the version of windows you're running...
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May 25, 2014, 12:05:48 AM
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Does extremehash report incorrect payouts?
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May 25, 2014, 12:06:01 AM
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you don't need a payment id if you want to send from your wallet to another, just transfer 0 address amount

Or

transfer some number other than 0 amount

if you want the payment to be untraceable. With 0 you aren't doing any mixing.

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May 25, 2014, 12:07:26 AM
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If I'm using mine.moneropool.org

I should be using port 7777? instead of the default 5555?

you should be using port 7777 with stratum and the new cpuminer  Wink

tried the new cpuminer and it says

The version of this file is not compatible with the version of windows you're running...

https://github.com/LucasJones/cpuminer-multi/releases/download/v1.0.3/cpuminer-multi.zip
your windows needs to be 64bit

so if I have 32bit, my option is just simpleminer eh?
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May 25, 2014, 12:11:45 AM
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you don't need a payment id if you want to send from your wallet to another, just transfer 0 address amount

only the exchanges require tx id.

Awesome, thanks!  I knew I was missing something obvious Cheesy

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May 25, 2014, 12:26:12 AM
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thank you for his.
my idea, there is core development of the software for which we have many hero members.
1. monero development i.e new aspect implementation
2. interface development. miners and wallets
3. marketing
 
There is the hardware aspect as well. hero members input on what they would chose if they had such and such money to spend.
for example, i do not know what aws/azure are or is. this is beyond my scope. and as i read some of the posts it reminds me of my insecurities regarding the tech. barriers for entry for non crypto currencies aficionados. There is obvious curiosity.

for 500 dollars what would smooth david or ezih buy  (other than investing, as investing is beyond most normal human beings, let alon investing in cryptocurrencies.)

for 1000 dollars what would they buy. things like this. trust is hard to come buy especially when we use handles. but trust can be percieved through conversation, and the above mentioned and others have earned it from me.

thanks.
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Completely passive, reasonably powerful, low power usage, very compact, able to withstand 24/7 power on (try this with a laptop for extended period of time. I have a very small appartment, but I mine and sleep well.
If I want more than casual, I invest, No more than I can afford to lose. Then I use 20/100 rule to get my money back and (starting from now, this is the "extended 20/100") place a buy order with this money at -40% of that doubled, then quadrupled, then octupled price. If 40%-of-doubled-price" is not fulfilled before reaching quadrupled price, I add the money of said buy order at -40%-of-doubled-price to the buy order at -40%-of-quadrupled-price. Same thing with octupled-price. At this stage, I paid back my expenses and so I use the money for something else. And I have peace of mind

=> peace of mind for sleeping
=> peace of mind for environment
=> peace of mind for investement

I probably am the only one in the core team to do it that way. Which is neither good nor bad, it just that, even if we are all in the core team, we are all differents.


Anyway, the "titles" on the accounts mean nothing really, I'm not exactly the type of person you'd want advice from. I'm just someone that posts here a lot, that is all.
I agree. I tend to merge my reply (this post is a good example) so my ranking is undervalued (I'd say by 30% but I don't really now).
On the other hand, teenages screaming "to da m00n!" could easily attain full member status. Would you trust them?

But all in all, it is somewhat useful. As long as you don't use it as the sole metrics (hint: grammar, syntax and most importantly stylistics are important - lenght of post is too, I noticed).

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May 25, 2014, 12:47:52 AM
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I agree, I love my Mintbox. I have no idea if it makes a good Monero miner (haven't tried -- it is being used for something else) but as a general mid-range computer with all the advantages you mentioned they are amazing.

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May 25, 2014, 12:49:12 AM
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I honestly think we could go up 300% if we got listed on Mintpal. Sadly I don't even see us on the list of coins to be voted in.
I sent them two messages days ago, before and after the release on Poloniex. The answer was the same: we'll keep an eye, maybe in some months (yes, months)

I would not be surprised they change their mind, though.

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