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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4656975 times)
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April 17, 2018, 11:26:50 PM
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That 'unknown' hash sure is creeping up! 26% of total hash-rate or 133 mh/s..

Do I smell an ASIC?  Huh

Can this be a large private farm? It's bigger than nanopool with 90000 users mining XMR!
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April 18, 2018, 02:17:29 AM
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That 'unknown' hash sure is creeping up! 26% of total hash-rate or 133 mh/s..

Do I smell an ASIC?  Huh

Can this be a large private farm? It's bigger than nanopool with 90000 users mining XMR!

It couldn't be asic. There is just no way that anyone could roll out an asic that quickly.

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April 18, 2018, 02:29:34 AM
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Why not? Personally, internal developments are among the most important factors to support price of coins beside whales' manipulations.
I would say opposite - the price doesn't reflect developments.

This fact might lead to hard challenge for whales to really be able to control the price movements of Monero.
But one of the edge  of Monero  is the vast  listing on  exchanges. This makes buying and selling it with fiat in most places effortless  compared to  other
 anonymous  cryptocurrencies.
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April 18, 2018, 04:48:22 AM
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This morning Monero reaches $200: Monero price

It is just a start. With the further developments, the price will be much higher later in the year.

Developments don't reflect the price, the market is irrational.

That was irrational.


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Developments don't reflect the price, the market is irrational.

I would say opposite - the price doesn't reflect developments. But one of the edge  of Monero  is the vast  listing on  exchanges. This makes buying and selling it with fiat in most places effortless  compared to  other  anonymous  cryptocurrencies. Therefore I think XMR has every chance to be number one anonymous  coin and  we can sit back and hope.

What Monero has is the worlds confidence and that is worth more than anything.

That 'unknown' hash sure is creeping up! 26% of total hash-rate or 133 mh/s..

Do I smell an ASIC?  Huh

Can this be a large private farm? It's bigger than nanopool with 90000 users mining XMR!

It couldn't be asic. There is just no way that anyone could roll out an asic that quickly.

Not true, but unlikely that it is a new chip asic it may be FPGA's or a hybrid like I mentioned a while ago. It could also be a botnet. I'll let those more in touch with the data comment as I am just conjecturing here.


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April 18, 2018, 09:29:26 AM
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I'm mining at Nanopool xmr
They have commision 0.015Xmr every payout
Could you suggest me other pool without this fee ?
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April 18, 2018, 09:37:32 AM
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I'm mining at Nanopool xmr
They have commision 0.015Xmr every payout
Could you suggest me other pool without this fee ?
try supportxmr.com
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April 18, 2018, 09:49:57 AM
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That 'unknown' hash sure is creeping up! 26% of total hash-rate or 133 mh/s..

Do I smell an ASIC?  Huh

Can this be a large private farm? It's bigger than nanopool with 90000 users mining XMR!

It couldn't be asic. There is just no way that anyone could roll out an asic that quickly.


The unknown hashrate is almost certainly botnets.
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April 18, 2018, 10:12:27 AM
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Monero +16% reaches $227: www.coinranker.net/cryptocurrency/monero
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April 18, 2018, 10:47:51 AM
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Developments don't reflect the price, the market is irrational.

I would say opposite - the price doesn't reflect developments. But one of the edge  of Monero  is the vast  listing on  exchanges. This makes buying and selling it with fiat in most places effortless  compared to  other  anonymous  cryptocurrencies. Therefore I think XMR has every chance to be number one anonymous  coin and  we can sit back and hope.

Has every chance? It is and has been since...who knows? Ever?

Truth to be told the others are snapping at Monero heels. Who is the winner of this battle? Who knows. I am holding a couple of them including XMR. So far so good.
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April 18, 2018, 10:50:36 AM
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Developments don't reflect the price, the market is irrational.

I would say opposite - the price doesn't reflect developments. But one of the edge  of Monero  is the vast  listing on  exchanges. This makes buying and selling it with fiat in most places effortless  compared to  other  anonymous  cryptocurrencies. Therefore I think XMR has every chance to be number one anonymous  coin and  we can sit back and hope.

Has every chance? It is and has been since...who knows? Ever?

Truth to be told the others are snapping at Monero heels. Who is the winner of this battle? Who knows. I am holding a couple of them including XMR. So far so good.

Like who? Verge? DeepOnion? ZCash?

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April 18, 2018, 11:09:36 AM
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Like who? Verge? DeepOnion? ZCash?

Sorry, I don't want to bring it up. It would sound like spam in this thread. Everyone should DYOR when choosing anonymous coins that suite him best. As i said I have XMR and couple of others. Tip for you, look at my signature and make research.

I like Byteball, I think it's cool and the dev seems like a guy who knows what he is doing, however it is not an anonymous, fungible or private or even decentralized at this point.

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April 18, 2018, 11:19:57 AM
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With this new v7, it make win10system running lagging when mining.  Anyone?
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April 18, 2018, 01:34:51 PM
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I'm mining at Nanopool xmr
They have commision 0.015Xmr every payout
Could you suggest me other pool without this fee ?
try supportxmr.com
wow, 0.015.... our highest TX fee on supportxmr is 0.005 for 0.1 XMR threshold payouts, going linearly down to 0 for 4 XMR payouts and above.

supportXMR.com :: EU(DE) based Monero pool :: 0.6% fee
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April 18, 2018, 03:39:57 PM
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That 'unknown' hash sure is creeping up! 26% of total hash-rate or 133 mh/s..

Do I smell an ASIC?  Huh

Can this be a large private farm? It's bigger than nanopool with 90000 users mining XMR!

It couldn't be asic. There is just no way that anyone could roll out an asic that quickly.


The unknown hashrate is almost certainly botnets.

If it is that would correspond to my earlier conjecture on the size of their impact on this chain. Lets hope so. Smiley


Developments don't reflect the price, the market is irrational.

I would say opposite - the price doesn't reflect developments. But one of the edge  of Monero  is the vast  listing on  exchanges. This makes buying and selling it with fiat in most places effortless  compared to  other  anonymous  cryptocurrencies. Therefore I think XMR has every chance to be number one anonymous  coin and  we can sit back and hope.

Has every chance? It is and has been since...who knows? Ever?

Truth to be told the others are snapping at Monero heels. Who is the winner of this battle? Who knows. I am holding a couple of them including XMR. So far so good.

Would you care to list them? No judgement, just curious to see what you think Monero's competitors are.



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April 18, 2018, 03:41:42 PM
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With this new v7, it make win10system running lagging when mining.  Anyone?

With XMR-Stak 2.4, no it doesn't.
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April 18, 2018, 03:51:44 PM
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I'm mining at Nanopool xmr
They have commision 0.015Xmr every payout
Could you suggest me other pool without this fee ?
try supportxmr.com
wow, 0.015.... our highest TX fee on supportxmr is 0.005 for 0.1 XMR threshold payouts, going linearly down to 0 for 4 XMR payouts and above.

Great, I ll try your pool soon
But about Commision, I dont see in your FAQ ?
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April 19, 2018, 09:54:50 AM
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Can I open multiple monero address in the wallet? so I can mine with different rigs to different wallets.
Need to separate them, can this be done?
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April 19, 2018, 10:05:00 AM
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Can I open multiple monero address in the wallet? so I can mine with different rigs to different wallets.
Need to separate them, can this be done?

It is possible,  you can have multiple accounts with multiple subaddresses. Don't know if it is still available after the last update.
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April 19, 2018, 10:14:33 AM
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Can I open multiple monero address in the wallet? so I can mine with different rigs to different wallets.
Need to separate them, can this be done?

It is possible,  you can have multiple accounts with multiple subaddresses. Don't know if it is still available after the last update.

It's available in the CLI (monero-wallet-cli). The GUI currently only allows one account per wallet. It allows multiple subaddresses though.

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April 19, 2018, 10:14:40 AM
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Can I open multiple monero address in the wallet? so I can mine with different rigs to different wallets.
Need to separate them, can this be done?

It is possible,  you can have multiple accounts with multiple subaddresses. Don't know if it is still available after the last update.

It is.

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