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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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April 19, 2018, 10:48:29 AM
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What do you think of the upcoming Monero V fork ? who's doing it ? what will it bring to the scene ?
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April 19, 2018, 10:50:38 AM
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Probably more spam sig posters commenting pointlessly on the same thing over and over without ever listening anyway
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April 19, 2018, 11:35:26 AM
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Probably more spam sig posters commenting pointlessly on the same thing over and over without ever listening anyway
probably? Smiley

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What do you think of the upcoming Monero V fork ? who's doing it ? what will it bring to the scene ?

Scammers just trying to grab some cap of of a World Class Coin. Nothing more, just like Bitcoin Gold was to Bitcoin.


:crossposted from speculation thread:

I know theres a controversy surrounding the MoneroV fork (i.e. the fork isn't supported by the main Monero team), that is coming in 12 days. But it free coins, so why not. Buying in soon to take a ride on the pre-fork (buy the rumor, sell the news) style pump.. and eject before the predicted dump.

Also tax season in Australia is approaching. Wondering if there will be a pump in Monero again due to that.

NO, GET this STRAIGHT... the chain copy is not supported by ANT Monero supporters period. It is an attack on the integrity of the transaction data so by participating you are weakening the strength of the Monero Fungability and therefore hurting the project. Think of it as chipping at the Armor of the chain, anything can be killed by a thousand cuts, in this case it would probably be a trillion cuts but I think the analogy fits.



Yeah I agree. But probably not an issue for those who collects their tokens after having first transferred their tokens to a different wallet + if they are not concerned with exposing their transactions details.

Probably best to move coins on Monero chain first before attempting to spend MoneroV. Looks like MoneroV is going to be tradeable at HitBTC ... not exactly an exchange that is on the trusted list ... https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/wiki/avoid

HitBtc is connected with the Bytecoin scammers. and all you have to do is type hitbtc and scam in google and you will see pages of those theifs at work.





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April 19, 2018, 04:29:39 PM
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You guys wanna comment on this please.

    
I have a thought on the Scamcoin MoneroV Chain Grab and Questions

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3352599.new#new

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April 19, 2018, 04:55:19 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

What was your earlier conjecture? What percentage of the hashrate do you reckon is botnets?

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April 19, 2018, 05:39:08 PM
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April 19, 2018, 06:39:07 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

What was your earlier conjecture? What percentage of the hashrate do you reckon is botnets?

IIRC it was 20-25%

It's interesting how much the hashrate will be decreased after the hardfork. Can we really go back to the old numbers. There will be no ASICs, there will be no part of botnets (since their mining software will not be updated immediately).
Is this true? I believe the hashrate would decrease a little thought but because of different minor reasons.

I'm going to take a guess and call it as 10% of the hash right before the spike in January right after the fork. This may be an opportunity to figure out (roughly) what percentage of hash botnets are.

This guess was pretty damn on the spot.

https://www.coinwarz.com/network-hashrate-charts/monero-network-hashrate-chart

I'm still looking for the other post. I hate trying to search post history I'm terrible at it.

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April 19, 2018, 09:59:52 PM
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April 20, 2018, 01:33:08 AM
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What was your earlier conjecture? What percentage of the hashrate do you reckon is botnets?
IIRC it was 20-25%
I'm still looking for the other post. I hate trying to search post history I'm terrible at it.

Bah, I just wasted an hour going through old posts and I can't find where I guessed at the percentages, IIRC it was 10% increased from pre ASIC, 20-25%(might have been 15-20? can't quit remember) Botnet that would slowly come back online. And I said something like "I am pulling these numbers directly from my ASS". But I'll be damned if I can find it.



I did stumble on this, the bolded that was spot on LOL.

Hey I'm going to predict the bottom. I bet Monero will meet a lot of resistance at 0.02 and Bitcoin will meet a lot of resistance at 6000. So 0.02*6000=120. Let's see how close I get. Someone quote this post someday if I get it right.

done.

Shit forgot to warn you guys, I put a long in @ .0244 that should mean no reversal in sight for at least the weekend! Cheesy
You can check if your guess was correct or not. Smiley
I'm done wading through old posts and trying to read them backwards out of context. Lol

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April 20, 2018, 07:26:10 AM
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That book does look nice, shame I'm not interested in 98% of it, at all.

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April 20, 2018, 10:21:40 AM
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Monero listed in which exchanges? from where we can buy?

There are 79 exchanges that list XMR.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/monero/#markets
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April 20, 2018, 10:45:12 AM
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Monero listed in which exchanges? from where we can buy?
I recommand that you can try Bittrex exchange. There is a great deal of trading volume that will satisfy your demand.

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