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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4625929 times)
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April 27, 2018, 12:05:58 PM
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Hey guys seeing as how there is so many different forks of Monero (Monero Original, Monero Classic, MoneroCash, MoneroV)

Is it actually possible to claim all of these coins, or am I only able to claim one on the old chain.

I have read the risks/concerns in regards to privacy etc.

Does anyone know how we are able to claim them?

why do you want any of those shitcoins   Cheesy
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April 27, 2018, 12:44:21 PM
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Hey guys seeing as how there is so many different forks of Monero (Monero Original, Monero Classic, MoneroCash, MoneroV)

Is it actually possible to claim all of these coins, or am I only able to claim one on the old chain.

I have read the risks/concerns in regards to privacy etc.

Does anyone know how we are able to claim them?

why do you want any of those shitcoins   Cheesy

Free money I guess, but only if some exchange lists them and people are crazy enough to gamble and buy them. I made some decent money from Bitcoin forks, but only in the first few days, when I found a dodgy Chinese exchange with idiots buying btc forks, if the same happens with Monero, sure, there is easy money if you move your xmr before you claim the forks.  
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April 27, 2018, 01:11:34 PM
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I'm also having trouble after the recent hard fork.  Monero runs well on my local machine, but I'm also running it on a vps and on that machine Monero has done nothing but give me headaches since the upgrade.
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April 27, 2018, 02:02:43 PM
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Hey guys seeing as how there is so many different forks of Monero (Monero Original, Monero Classic, MoneroCash, MoneroV)

Is it actually possible to claim all of these coins, or am I only able to claim one on the old chain.

I have read the risks/concerns in regards to privacy etc.

Does anyone know how we are able to claim them?

I dunno. Logically, if you continue to use the pre-HF wallet, you should be able to continue syncing with those forks. As far as risks associated with claiming those fork coins are concerned, that's on you.



Would you be able to claim Monero Original and Monero Classic for example, how does it differentiate between the to if I use .011 version of the GUI
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April 27, 2018, 03:27:37 PM
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Hey guys seeing as how there is so many different forks of Monero (Monero Original, Monero Classic, MoneroCash, MoneroV)

Is it actually possible to claim all of these coins, or am I only able to claim one on the old chain.

I have read the risks/concerns in regards to privacy etc.

Does anyone know how we are able to claim them?

why do you want any of those shitcoins   Cheesy

Some shitcoins actually became precious and high quality coin in the future. You can not predict anything in cryptocurrency world. There were so many forks of BTC been successful like BCH, BTG... if XMR has some forks, I really don't want to lose any opportunities.

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April 27, 2018, 05:39:30 PM
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Hey guys seeing as how there is so many different forks of Monero (Monero Original, Monero Classic, MoneroCash, MoneroV)

Is it actually possible to claim all of these coins, or am I only able to claim one on the old chain.

I have read the risks/concerns in regards to privacy etc.

Does anyone know how we are able to claim them?

I dunno. Logically, if you continue to use the pre-HF wallet, you should be able to continue syncing with those forks. As far as risks associated with claiming those fork coins are concerned, that's on you.



Would you be able to claim Monero Original and Monero Classic for example, how does it differentiate between the to if I use .011 version of the GUI

I think this is not the right thread to be asking such questions. You're not likely getting any support on here. I'm sure there are discussions out there about the forks.

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April 27, 2018, 05:58:08 PM
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Hey guys seeing as how there is so many different forks of Monero (Monero Original, Monero Classic, MoneroCash, MoneroV)

Is it actually possible to claim all of these coins, or am I only able to claim one on the old chain.

I have read the risks/concerns in regards to privacy etc.

Does anyone know how we are able to claim them?

I dunno. Logically, if you continue to use the pre-HF wallet, you should be able to continue syncing with those forks. As far as risks associated with claiming those fork coins are concerned, that's on you.



Would you be able to claim Monero Original and Monero Classic for example, how does it differentiate between the to if I use .011 version of the GUI

I think this is not the right thread to be asking such questions. You're not likely getting any support on here. I'm sure there are discussions out there about the forks.



Well with Bitcoin forks questions have been asked in topics about Bitcoin and people have helped, pretty simple question I asked and I have heard Monero people are quite helpful so I asked here  Huh
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April 27, 2018, 05:59:12 PM
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private is a good thing
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April 27, 2018, 06:04:16 PM
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monero one of the top projects tested by time, the price at the end of last year was very pleased, there is potential for this year, in my case it is 20% of my entire wallet, I hope to see monero in the top 5
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April 27, 2018, 06:10:29 PM
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Well with Bitcoin forks questions have been asked in topics about Bitcoin and people have helped, pretty simple question I asked and I have heard Monero people are quite helpful so I asked here  Huh

Maybe you'll get it. But like I said, there should be discussions out there that is specific to the forks and you'll most likely get a more cooperative bunch over there that could give more details about your inquiry.

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April 27, 2018, 06:11:02 PM
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print_block 1546123
timestamp: 1523107696
previous hash: d08c3ec178339cdd923183e6fff0dcf52b5b9178bf66d26569e8fd714755fbba
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Looks like you're on the right chain. You're either connected to a bad peer (i.e. a peer that is on the wrong (alternative) chain) or a peer that's syncing off of you.

I rolled back using monero-blockchain-import --pop_blocks 18000 then resynchronized. Still a couple of problems. Monerod stopped synchronized several times during the process and I had to exit and restart. I've seen that before but never so often. When I finally got synchronized all seemed fine but now I suddenly have a new top block candidate several hundred blocks in the future to which I am slowly catching up (1 block/2 minutes as expected). Any ideas? Do I have a bad peer? How do I fix that? Thanks in advance.
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April 27, 2018, 08:48:54 PM
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For all you guys that are looking at the MoneroV crap here is a step by step video on how to convert one persons Monero to another. Smiley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7RXCMAwH_E

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April 27, 2018, 10:56:38 PM
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I solved right now ...
the problem was that the 'GUI' version did not load correctly the Wallet from keys, monerujo and mywallet gave me 0 transactions and 0 balance, I tried the 'CLI' version and I saw the light Smiley
sincerely after this negative experience I will stay away from monero wallet as long as they are more user friendly.
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The issue may have been caused by you setting an erroneous restore height:

https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/7581/what-is-the-relevance-of-the-restore-height

It was one of the first things I thought, in monerujo I also tried to restore from block 0.
the strange thing is that windows gui did not even allow me to load the wallet from the keys,


Did you try to restore from the private keys or from the 25 word mnemonic seed?

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perhaps there are incompatibilities between the wallet created offline by monero-wallet-generator (the last version I found is October 2017) and the new wallet 0.12.0.0 Lithium Luna.


There shouldn't be any.

I do not have disk space so I'm using a remote node. I try to import my wallet from the mnemonic seed because if I insert the keys in 'monero' gui does not continue. the balance always remains at 0 I tried to create the wallet from block 0 and also from block 1546000, moreover as the receiving address does not give me my original address but a subaddress that does not start with 4, and this address is not accepted by any exchange . with the same seed node settings and block height, windows cli and even monerujo work. I'm probably wrong with something, even creating a new wallet does not generate a usable address, always only sub-addresses that can not be used
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April 27, 2018, 11:00:29 PM
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For all you guys that are looking at the MoneroV crap here is a step by step video on how to convert one persons Monero to another. Smiley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7RXCMAwH_E

Careful, people might think you're serious  Cheesy

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perhaps there are incompatibilities between the wallet created offline by monero-wallet-generator (the last version I found is October 2017) and the new wallet 0.12.0.0 Lithium Luna.


There shouldn't be any.

I do not have disk space so I'm using a remote node. I try to import my wallet from the mnemonic seed because if I insert the keys in 'monero' gui does not continue. the balance always remains at 0 I tried to create the wallet from block 0 and also from block 1546000, moreover as the receiving address does not give me my original address but a subaddress that does not start with 4, and this address is not accepted by any exchange . with the same seed node settings and block height, windows cli and even monerujo work. I'm probably wrong with something, even creating a new wallet does not generate a usable address, always only sub-addresses that can not be used
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Wow, Monero blockchain grew to almost 50GB on disk

A new 1TB SSD costs barely 2 XMR these days - just get a new disk Smiley

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April 27, 2018, 11:10:02 PM
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Tell me when the next hard fork on Monero blockchain happens and what new coin appears? Why does the Monero team do so many forks in recent times whether these forks will have a bad effect on the development of the main Monero blockchain?
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April 28, 2018, 12:48:43 AM
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Tell me when the next hard fork on Monero blockchain happens and what new coin appears? Why does the Monero team do so many forks in recent times whether these forks will have a bad effect on the development of the main Monero blockchain?

Monero has a protocol upgrade twice a year.  This is to integrate all of the new features, as it is one of the few coins with continual development.  The scammers and whatnot using and reanming the old discarded forks of monero are something else, but nobody really cares.
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April 28, 2018, 05:03:52 AM
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For all you guys that are looking at the MoneroV crap here is a step by step video on how to convert one persons Monero to another. Smiley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7RXCMAwH_E

Careful, people might think you're serious  Cheesy

I am, it will exactly what I wrote. Cheesy


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April 28, 2018, 06:06:21 AM
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ETC and ZEC are best for buy now, XMR, TRX and EOS are best for sell

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3327085.msg35688557#msg35688557
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April 28, 2018, 06:44:58 AM
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For all you guys that are looking at the MoneroV crap here is a step by step video on how to convert one persons Monero to another. Smiley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7RXCMAwH_E

Always be careful, you must be sure to be on the official website. in the video the site to which it connects is 'http://monero-v.com' SCAM?
 instead of https://monerov.org.
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