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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4641669 times)
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May 25, 2014, 12:49:34 AM
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I am not a dev, I know how to write semantically significant HTML, this is all. I am a team member, different. What I cannot bring with code, I bring it with communication, suggestion, writing, webhosting... Like Ludom does for NXT, by the way.
For the technical specifications, read the cryptonote whitepaper, our OP. There are post where we sum up our additions to the orignal Bytecoin code and so far, I believe fluffypony's Tenebrix/blockchain post is the best summary at hand (the post you are linking is a great one, we agree on that)
For the Panama part, I had several email exchanges with the said "joke" even on Sunday morning, when a DDoS happened and he was with his family. Of course, you don' have to believe me.
(your English is good, really, stop underestimating yourself, most French do underestimate their level in English)

Let's stop this useless confrontation. I'm currently owning a substantial part of my little investment in MRO and I believe this is the coin of the moment. My financial interest is to see monero going "to the moon". In my opinion, it is better than Darkcoin, not only because I left Darkcoin, but also from a programmer point of view. But to be honest, I can't see why this coin would survive more than others after pump-dump period. Anyway my opinion won't influence MRO price, big whale traders don't care what we are saying here.

Currently, I think the anomaly is Darkcoin, not Monero (fairer and technically better).

I hope crypto-currencies succeed, monero or another coin is of little relevance. Sorry for the annoyance.

Yea Bernard good choice, let's take a cigar and let them work to grow our wallet  Cool
Very good team, it's not 35 hours per week here
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May 25, 2014, 12:53:20 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.

They're probably trying not to let the cat out of the bag and cause a huge pump before they add it. 
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May 25, 2014, 12:56:27 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.

They're probably trying not to let the cat out of the bag and cause a huge pump before they add it.  

I would tend to take their response at face value only because of the technical challenges of integrating it. They can integrate 100 shitcoins for the same effort as integrating MRO. However, I also agree they may change their mind when they see how much activity is has on the other exchanges.
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May 25, 2014, 12:58:41 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.
30 H/s according to CPUminer (an averager script/side program/argument would come in handy, by the way),  more like 22H/s according to bitmonerod.

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May 25, 2014, 01:09:01 AM
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anyone looking for a super fast install of cpuminer-multi try this command on Unix;

Code:
sudo apt-get update ; sudo apt-get install -y git make automake screen libcurl4-openssl-dev ; git clone https://github.com/LucasJones/cpuminer-multi ; cd cpuminer-multi ; ./autogen.sh ; ./configure CFLAGS="-O3" ; make

in fact you could even do this one the end (remember to edit your address/pool)

Code:

sudo apt-get update ; sudo apt-get install -y git make automake screen libcurl4-openssl-dev ; git clone https://github.com/LucasJones/cpuminer-multi ; cd cpuminer-multi ; ./autogen.sh ; ./configure CFLAGS="-O3" ; make ; ./minerd -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://mro3.extremehash.com:9999 -u 445N2m8BBaAj5wGVbDEpNVbEw3kpW9HmYavw61YWkgtG3PertR7z52UYuY7F1BhJsUbCRJQ4cxZdffVL7irwjuu6PXjY4zm -p x -t 8
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May 25, 2014, 01:27:17 AM
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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.

We do not have to voted to Mintpal..It's Minptal's loss without MRO..
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May 25, 2014, 01:39:59 AM
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Anyone can give advice on how to build a professional mining rig for Monero coin? A guide on hosting pool on the coin is helpful also.


Expected coin per day on specified cpu is helpful if someone willing to share that information.


I will willing to invest in infrastructure for Monero if I can get technical assistance from developer or useful guide.


Thank you
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May 25, 2014, 02:13:29 AM
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http://www.Extremepool.org now has 0% fee until further notice!!.  Enjoy!

 http://mro.extremepool.org


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=615486.0


http://www.extremepool.org (BCN) (MRO) (QCN) (XDN) (BBR) (AEON) (ORION) (DSH) (CRR) (INF8)
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May 25, 2014, 03:19:46 AM
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When I get my new AMD FX-9370 up and running, I should be able to mine up to 16 threads (but will probably only mine 14). How much RAM should I be planning to put into that box, in order to handle up to 16 threads? I know the CryptoNote mining process is memory intensive. But is it RAM or cache or what? Can someone give me a hint on this point?

Thanks in advance.
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May 25, 2014, 03:20:10 AM
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Is there any need for more pools?
They seem to all be setup quite well now, but I could have a friend make one.

I don't have a single complaint about this coin.

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May 25, 2014, 03:21:37 AM
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When I get my new AMD FX-9370 up and running, I should be able to mine up to 16 threads (but will probably on mine 14). How much RAM should I be planning to put into that box, in order to handle up to 16 threads? I know the CryptoNote mining process is memory intensive. But is it RAM or cache or what? Can someone give me a hint on this point?

Thanks in advance.

Good question, and let me know the hash rate when it's online Smiley

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May 25, 2014, 03:27:36 AM
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When I get my new AMD FX-9370 up and running, I should be able to mine up to 16 threads (but will probably only mine 14). How much RAM should I be planning to put into that box, in order to handle up to 16 threads? I know the CryptoNote mining process is memory intensive. But is it RAM or cache or what? Can someone give me a hint on this point?

Thanks in advance.
cpuminer-multi takes up only 0.3% of my 4 GB RAM for 4 threads. Any amount of RAM is fine (unless you are solomining, in which case you need enough to store the blockchain).
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May 25, 2014, 03:39:41 AM
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When I get my new AMD FX-9370 up and running, I should be able to mine up to 16 threads (but will probably only mine 14). How much RAM should I be planning to put into that box, in order to handle up to 16 threads? I know the CryptoNote mining process is memory intensive. But is it RAM or cache or what? Can someone give me a hint on this point?

Thanks in advance.
cpuminer-multi takes up only 0.3% of my 4 GB RAM for 4 threads. Any amount of RAM is fine (unless you are solomining, in which case you need enough to store the blockchain).
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May 25, 2014, 03:42:36 AM
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When I get my new AMD FX-9370 up and running, I should be able to mine up to 16 threads (but will probably only mine 14). How much RAM should I be planning to put into that box, in order to handle up to 16 threads? I know the CryptoNote mining process is memory intensive. But is it RAM or cache or what? Can someone give me a hint on this point?

Thanks in advance.
cpuminer-multi takes up only 0.3% of my 4 GB RAM for 4 threads. Any amount of RAM is fine (unless you are solomining, in which case you need enough to store the blockchain).

True although the blockchain doesn't have to be on the same machine as the miner even if you are solo mining. You can run one daemon on your network and have a bunch of miners connect to it.

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May 25, 2014, 03:44:18 AM
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Anyone can give advice on how to build a professional mining rig for Monero coin? A guide on hosting pool on the coin is helpful also.


Expected coin per day on specified cpu is helpful if someone willing to share that information.


I will willing to invest in infrastructure for Monero if I can get technical assistance from developer or useful guide.


Thank you


Here's one example of really good CPU mining rig - cost/performance best buy:
CPU 2x Intel Xeon E5450 (2 x 50$)
Motherboard: dual CPU supermicro server board socket 771 (50$)
RAM: 2x 2gb server RAM, buffered or unbuffered ECC DDR2, depends on which motherboard you buy (10$)
Storage: 32gb SSD (30$)
PSU: any decent PSU is more than enough, you'll also need additional 8pin CPU power connectors, socket 771/775 heatsinks and few 12v fans for cooling both CPUs & chipset (PSU + fans = 60$)

This kind of rig gives you 170-200 h/s for 250$ and those CPUs consume only 65-80w each, if anyone can assemble cheaper rig with such power please let me know.
Here's my champion in action:

https://i.imgur.com/TGGRINM.jpg

And here's where you can find all the parts:

https://i.imgur.com/ECR5Mye.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/EtGhaCi.jpg

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No need for case (eATX rackmount cases are under 100$) cos such rig looks awesome mounted on the wall, you can imagine how a place with dozens of those rigs mounted on all walls in the room looks like  Grin
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May 25, 2014, 03:59:19 AM
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When I get my new AMD FX-9370 up and running, I should be able to mine up to 16 threads (but will probably only mine 14). How much RAM should I be planning to put into that box, in order to handle up to 16 threads? I know the CryptoNote mining process is memory intensive. But is it RAM or cache or what? Can someone give me a hint on this point?

Thanks in advance.
The FX-9370 is a 8-core 8-threads processor  Cheesy
Or better, 4-modules 8-core 8-threads processor.
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May 25, 2014, 04:11:38 AM
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I think we need a PR team  to publicity MRO and get more focus..
Some people agree with me?
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May 25, 2014, 04:12:27 AM
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When I get my new AMD FX-9370 up and running, I should be able to mine up to 16 threads (but will probably only mine 14). How much RAM should I be planning to put into that box, in order to handle up to 16 threads? I know the CryptoNote mining process is memory intensive. But is it RAM or cache or what? Can someone give me a hint on this point?

Thanks in advance.
The FX-9370 is a 8-core 8-threads processor  Cheesy
Or better, 4-modules 8-core 8-threads processor.

if it is a hyperthreaded 8 core? does that mean it is really 16 cores?
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May 25, 2014, 04:13:18 AM
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I think we need a PR team  to publicity MRO and get more focus..
Some people agree with me?

I think it is a good deal to have a GUI wallet before going for large scale PR outside of the hard core crypto community. So this may be a bit premature.

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May 25, 2014, 04:33:56 AM
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+1

its the best anon coin out there by its specifications and the market doesnt know.
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