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March 28, 2018, 05:17:26 PM

Hello everybody!
Tell me please whether there is a light Moneto purse for the computer like Electrum for bitcoin. It is not very convenient to store the entire chain of blocks on the computer.

And the second question - where on the computer is stored the Moneto wallet file? Huh
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March 28, 2018, 05:21:23 PM

Hello everybody!
Tell me please whether there is a light Moneto purse for the computer like Electrum for bitcoin. It is not very convenient to store the entire chain of blocks on the computer.

And the second question - where on the computer is stored the Moneto wallet file? Huh

Answer is here.

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March 28, 2018, 07:43:06 PM

when hf v7 done  Huh Huh
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March 28, 2018, 08:28:38 PM

Hello,
 I am synching my wallet and trying to get my AMD R7 250 set for mining.
After setting up Claymore I am showing connection to pool, but ZERO H/s.
Tried for 15 mins and no go.
Where should I look first?
Wait for synch to complete?
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March 28, 2018, 08:38:27 PM

Hello,
 I am synching my wallet and trying to get my AMD R7 250 set for mining.
After setting up Claymore I am showing connection to pool, but ZERO H/s.
Tried for 15 mins and no go.
Where should I look first?
Wait for synch to complete?
If you are mining on a pool, you don't have to have your wallet synchronized. Look elsewhere.
What h/s says Claymore's miner you have?
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March 28, 2018, 09:20:16 PM

I believe it's 11.2

(I just looked again at CMD line and see a "No ASM binary found for GPU 0" in red. Is that
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March 28, 2018, 11:04:05 PM

Hello,
 I am synching my wallet and trying to get my AMD R7 250 set for mining.
After setting up Claymore I am showing connection to pool, but ZERO H/s.
Tried for 15 mins and no go.
Where should I look first?
Wait for synch to complete?

Syncing a wallet and GPU mining are two completely separate things and not related unless CPU mining in the GUI.

Do you have the proper AMD drivers installed?

Look in the claymore directory for the last *.txt or log file, I forget. That should tell you more on the mining side.

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March 28, 2018, 11:26:21 PM

Rumor has it that the Commission for the transaction in the near future will increase significantly due to the release of new equipment for mining - can it be true? Huh

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Look in the claymore directory for the last *.txt or log file, I forget. That should tell you more on the mining side.

OK, this is what just ran from the top..

18:13:29:252   3044   args: -xpool NsGpuCNMiner -o stratum+tcp://mine.moneropool.com:3333 -xwal 47a33Ss8j5n9U3fBYKsqQ6EmvbCXHJCJJEKSBudyLWy1AZVWGUXYmNr55W1opa5kZEBsNHoMkgEgwZh 7thLzvgf3JqyU6KM -xpsw x
18:13:29:255   3044   
18:13:29:257   3044   浜様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様融
18:13:29:259   3044              Claymore's CryptoNote AMD GPU Miner v11.2           
18:13:29:261   3044   藩様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様夕
18:13:29:263   3044   
18:13:29:265   3044   b533
18:13:29:473   3044   XMR: 1 pool is specified
18:13:29:478   3044   Main Monero pool is mine.moneropool.com:3333
18:13:30:898   3044   OpenCL platform: NVIDIA CUDA
18:13:30:900   3044   OpenCL platform: AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
18:13:30:907   3044   OpenCL initializing...
18:13:30:910   3044   driver 10.0.2442.9
18:13:30:912   3044   AMD Cards available: 1
18:13:30:916   3044   GPU #0: Oland (AMD Radeon R7 200 Series), 2048 MB available, 6 compute units (pci bus 4:0:0)
18:13:30:918   3044   card 0, m1 2048, m2 1523 w 48
18:13:30:920   3044   POOL version
18:13:30:923   3044   b141
18:13:30:925   3044   Platform: Windows
18:13:31:329   3044   No ASM binary found for GPU 0
18:13:31:428   3044   GPU #0 algorithm ASM, -h 384, -dmem 0 (Memory used: 787MB)
18:13:31:432   3044   Total cards: 1
18:13:44:778   3044   Watchdog enabled
18:13:44:786   3044   Remote management (READ-ONLY MODE) is enabled on port 3333
18:13:44:788   3044   

18:13:48:742   2f7c   XMR: Stratum - connecting to 'mine.moneropool.com' <138.201.31.12> port 3333 (unsecure)
18:13:52:157   2f7c   send: {"method": "login", "params": {"login": "47a33Ss8j5n9U3fBYKsqQ6EmvbCXHJCJJEKSBudyLWy1AZVWGUXYmNr55W1opa5kZEBsNHoMkgEgwZh 7thLzvgf3JqyU6KM", "pass": "x", "agent": "xmr/1.0"}, "id": 1}

18:13:52:164   2f7c   XMR: Stratum - Connected (mine.moneropool.com:3333) (unsecure)
18:13:52:309   2f7c   got 303 bytes
18:13:52:314   2f7c   buf: {"id":1,"jsonrpc":"2.0","error":null,"result":{"id":"678143309336155","job":{"blob":"0606fac1f0d505538589957a4275b5d6862d2033ffa67fbb320565344d02450bae41c8699c6ff30 0000000fce28948617b19e5ac7d6bc8c87e4eb5416692766ad53905131f5f15df41352401","job_id":"805654660682193","target":"169f0200"},"status":"OK"}}

18:13:52:319   2f7c   parse packet: 302
18:13:52:324   2f7c   new buf size: 0
18:14:03:098   2f7c   got 253 bytes
18:14:03:100   2f7c   buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"060689c3f0d505550315ee8c474c3edeac8127c1ad35692ef841c3765f9a0ed31c2d603588b5330 00000005d656870ee85dbc1f142df77edbcd92509f6530b3ac80f6a274a1bc957f8e21209","job_id":"889925115508958","target":"169f0200"}}

18:14:03:103   2f7c   parse packet: 252
18:14:03:105   2f7c   new buf size: 0
18:14:03:108   2f7c   XMR: 03/28/18-18:14:03 - New job from mine.moneropool.com:3333
18:14:03:110   2f7c   target: 0x00029f16 (diff: 25000H)
18:14:03:113   2f7c   XMR - Total Speed: 0 H/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00
18:14:03:116   2f7c   XMR: GPU0 0 H/s
18:14:14:828   3044   GPU0 t=36C fan=25%
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Then that brave someone would be a fool blinded by extreme greed. He/she is gonna lose big time in such a gamble. Reportedly, it takes at least 5 months to design, tape out and deliver ASIC chips; and the devs already declared that PoW will be modified at every scheduled 6-months fork thereafter (the deterrent).


This is assuming alot, for instance that you are starting from scratch. Lets not forget they could have been modifying their design since the moment the new algo was available.


I'd say there's a lot of assumption in your statement as well. That's all we can do really -- assume or make educated guesses based on whatever facts we have. We don't know what these mofos would do...or don't do. They could always try but whether or not they will have success remains to be seen. Time will tell. The fact is that the "deterrent" now exist.

Anyhow, to my understanding, the 5-month+ ASIC delivery time frame is just for the delivery of the wafers themselves. It doesn't include the time required for subsequent processes/fabrication/manufacturing (dicing, PCB design and fabrication, mounting, assembly of finished product, etc.). This would then amount to way over 6 months (beyond regular HF schedule) before a functional ASIC miner could be realized. Furthermore, I don't think the masks could be altered on-the-fly once they are created. I assume that any design change would necessitate the process of creating an entirely different set of masks (thereby requiring more time) which is very expensive. Please correct me if this assumption is inaccurate.


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Then that brave someone would be a fool blinded by extreme greed. He/she is gonna lose big time in such a gamble. Reportedly, it takes at least 5 months to design, tape out and deliver ASIC chips; and the devs already declared that PoW will be modified at every scheduled 6-months fork thereafter (the deterrent).


This is assuming alot, for instance that you are starting from scratch. Lets not forget they could have been modifying their design since the moment the new algo was available.


I'd say there's a lot of assumption in your statement as well. That's all we can do really -- assume or make educated guesses based on whatever facts we have. We don't know what these mofos would do...or don't do. They could always try but whether or not they will have success remains to be seen. Time will tell. The fact is that the "deterrent" now exist.

Anyhow, to my understanding, the 5-month+ ASIC delivery time frame is just for the delivery of the wafers themselves. It doesn't include the time required for subsequent processes/fabrication/manufacturing (dicing, PCB design and fabrication, mounting, assembly of finished product, etc.). This would then amount to way over 6 months (beyond regular HF schedule) before a functional ASIC miner could be realized. Furthermore, I don't think the masks could be altered on-the-fly once they are created. I assume that any design change would necessitate the process of creating an entirely different set of masks (thereby requiring more time) which is very expensive. Please correct me if this assumption is inaccurate.




To be honest I have no idea what it takes or doesn't take to get ASICs redesigned and manufactured, but fact of the matter is, is that I absolutely love the fact that the monero devs take an active stance against the status quo of having centralized miners be a "norm".  It's just like when Riccardo took a huge stand up to people 'per-announcing' things in order to market them selves for the hype.   

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With an up-to-date Ubuntu 16.04.4 64-bit and Monero CLI 0.11.1.0 everything works fine. With 0.12.0.0 CLI monerod runs fine and updates the blockchain but monero-wallet-cli doesn't work properly. It finds the wallet and key files but when it asks for the password it does not accept any input from the keyboard. Any idea how to fix this problem?

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Next release of the GUI wallet will be avilable in 29 languages (12 more from 0.11.1). That's impressive job of contributors! https://github.com/monero-project/monero-gui/issues/1116

A very vibrant community indeed.

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Then that brave someone would be a fool blinded by extreme greed. He/she is gonna lose big time in such a gamble. Reportedly, it takes at least 5 months to design, tape out and deliver ASIC chips; and the devs already declared that PoW will be modified at every scheduled 6-months fork thereafter (the deterrent).


This is assuming alot, for instance that you are starting from scratch. Lets not forget they could have been modifying their design since the moment the new algo was available.


I'd say there's a lot of assumption in your statement as well. That's all we can do really -- assume or make educated guesses based on whatever facts we have. We don't know what these mofos would do...or don't do. They could always try but whether or not they will have success remains to be seen. Time will tell. The fact is that the "deterrent" now exist.

Anyhow, to my understanding, the 5-month+ ASIC delivery time frame is just for the delivery of the wafers themselves. It doesn't include the time required for subsequent processes/fabrication/manufacturing (dicing, PCB design and fabrication, mounting, assembly of finished product, etc.). This would then amount to way over 6 months (beyond regular HF schedule) before a functional ASIC miner could be realized. Furthermore, I don't think the masks could be altered on-the-fly once they are created. I assume that any design change would necessitate the process of creating an entirely different set of masks (thereby requiring more time) which is very expensive. Please correct me if this assumption is inaccurate.


Correct but don't forget that the initial design is there and all that needs to be done it the algo adjustment in the chip itself which is not that difficult to change and when it's taped out it's a plug an play deal. They have the numbers. I'm not trying to fud I'm just stating facts in the process of chip design, once you have the logic on an algorithm a small change is not that difficult. So it just comes down to the numbers.

Rumor has it that the Commission for the transaction in the near future will increase significantly due to the release of new equipment for mining - can it be true? Huh

Do you mean "is it true"? Smiley


Then that brave someone would be a fool blinded by extreme greed. He/she is gonna lose big time in such a gamble. Reportedly, it takes at least 5 months to design, tape out and deliver ASIC chips; and the devs already declared that PoW will be modified at every scheduled 6-months fork thereafter (the deterrent).


This is assuming alot, for instance that you are starting from scratch. Lets not forget they could have been modifying their design since the moment the new algo was available.


I'd say there's a lot of assumption in your statement as well. That's all we can do really -- assume or make educated guesses based on whatever facts we have. We don't know what these mofos would do...or don't do. They could always try but whether or not they will have success remains to be seen. Time will tell. The fact is that the "deterrent" now exist.

Anyhow, to my understanding, the 5-month+ ASIC delivery time frame is just for the delivery of the wafers themselves. It doesn't include the time required for subsequent processes/fabrication/manufacturing (dicing, PCB design and fabrication, mounting, assembly of finished product, etc.). This would then amount to way over 6 months (beyond regular HF schedule) before a functional ASIC miner could be realized. Furthermore, I don't think the masks could be altered on-the-fly once they are created. I assume that any design change would necessitate the process of creating an entirely different set of masks (thereby requiring more time) which is very expensive. Please correct me if this assumption is inaccurate.


To be honest I have no idea what it takes or doesn't take to get ASICs redesigned and manufactured, but fact of the matter is, is that I absolutely love the fact that the monero devs take an active stance against the status quo of having centralized miners be a "norm".  It's just like when Riccardo took a huge stand up to people 'per-announcing' things in order to market them selves for the hype.    

I do as I was a Senior hardware engineer at ON semiconductor, which I can now state.

Next release of the GUI wallet will be avilable in 29 languages (12 more from 0.11.1). That's impressive job of contributors! https://github.com/monero-project/monero-gui/issues/1116

A very vibrant community indeed.



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What is happening with Monerujo?

https://monerujo.io/

I cannot install the wallet any more. Censored by the NSA already?
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With an up-to-date Ubuntu 16.04.4 64-bit and Monero CLI 0.11.1.0 everything works fine. With 0.12.0.0 CLI monerod runs fine and updates the blockchain but monero-wallet-cli doesn't work properly. It finds the wallet and key files but when it asks for the password it does not accept any input from the keyboard. Any idea how to fix this problem?

The password is hidden now, similar to how the password is hidden if you have to type the password for the user in the terminal (e.g. sudo). Thus, simply type your password and subsequently hit enter. The wallet should then successfully open.

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What is happening with Monerujo?

https://monerujo.io/

I cannot install the wallet any more. Censored by the NSA already?

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After review, monerujo: Monero Wallet, com.m2049r.xmrwallet, has been removed from Google Play because it violates the payments policy. This app wont be available to users until you submit a compliant update.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/87zm5g/is_the_monejo_wallet_for_android_offline/dwgvgtm/

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Those first few hours of mining after the fork... Cool

Do you mean the early miner after the fork will get rich?
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^^^ It's called insta mining.  Tongue
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