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April 29, 2018, 02:42:14 PM
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What will happen next after the hardfork?

I'm sure there will be more people who try to exploit it and make their own viable fork out of it. However each time these people will be met with less and less success. This is part of the reason why hard forking every six months is such a great idea. It's like an inoculation against more dangerous fork attempts.

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April 29, 2018, 04:05:14 PM
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What will happen next after the hardfork?

Progress as in the same as every scheduled update (HF), I think the next big one will be the implementation of BulletProofs, the last was multisig as well as a slew of other improvements. This project accomplishes more each update than any other that I know of by a huge margin,

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April 29, 2018, 05:56:19 PM
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What will happen next after the hardfork?

As stated, Bulletproofs, and more of the steady fine tuning that goes on constantly in this project.  Perhaps further POW changes as well.
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April 29, 2018, 06:52:24 PM
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What will happen next after the hardfork?

That's in 6 months time. Relax.



Perhaps he meant after the forthcoming v-fork..."will happen next after the (v) hardfork" instead of "will happen after the next (xmr) hardfork". But I digress...splitting hairs on semantics.  Grin

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April 29, 2018, 07:22:20 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

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.

See what I bolded? That video will in fact show you how to convert one persons Monero (whatever idiot is following those instructions) to another (The scammer that made the video). As far as I am concerned MoneroV is just as big of a scam as the guy who made the video. It is a scam ontop of a scam and I find that amusing. And if anyone follows that video then tough shit, they are too stupid to own Monero.

unfortunately there are many 'stupid' but helping these people to understand how the crypto world works and not to be cheated is the only way that cryptocoins become in common use and not a nerdy thing
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April 29, 2018, 07:32:54 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.
thank you

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

Can you check whether the stagenet or testnet box is checked in the wizard (of the GUI)?
I tried both solutions, but always with the result 0, in a few days I will try to install it on another PC. I still solved with the cli version, it was just nicer visually having the gui Smiley
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April 29, 2018, 10:33:01 PM
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Released the Monero Payment for Opencart - good way to growing up for Monero or not? Decide and voting for this signal now - https://yeenot.today/catalog/news/154
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April 30, 2018, 01:48:27 AM
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@monerocurrency infographic with the basics if you are new to privacy coins (from
https://getmonero.org/
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April 30, 2018, 04:06:24 AM
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Monero, the coin of choice for pedophiles and cybercriminals around the world.

https://news.vice.com/en_ca/article/7xdzqa/criminals-are-racing-to-cash-out-their-bitcoin-heres-how-theyre-doing-it

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1617255.30;imode

http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-43053783

Stay classy, Monero.

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April 30, 2018, 04:10:13 AM
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Whelp darkcoin just passed us. There is no justice in the world is there?

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April 30, 2018, 11:27:29 AM
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coin of choice for pedophiles and cybercriminals

Thanks for your endorsement. Glad to hear its working for you.

We also use it for other things too.


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April 30, 2018, 12:45:44 PM
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Could anyone recommend a good miner for gtx 1080 ti to me?
Take a look into Topic: [XMR] Monero Mining https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=653467 that might be helpfull
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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.
thank you

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

Can you check whether the stagenet or testnet box is checked in the wizard (of the GUI)?
I tried both solutions, but always with the result 0, in a few days I will try to install it on another PC. I still solved with the cli version, it was just nicer visually having the gui Smiley

Would you, for investigation purposes, mind PMing me the seed & keys generated by moneroaddress.org? If you incurred a bug, it'd be beneficial for our developers to be able to debug it. If there are still funds in the wallet, ignore my request.

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I know this is a cliché but USD, EUR, etc. still dwarfs cryptos when it comes to the currency applications you mentioned.

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I know this is a cliché but USD, EUR, etc. still dwarfs cryptos when it comes to the currency applications you mentioned.



And sources.  LOL
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And sources.  LOL

Damnit wasted my time reading those.

So, is shapeshift good for mixing btc to xmr?

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I know this is a cliché but USD, EUR, etc. still dwarfs cryptos when it comes to the currency applications you mentioned.



And sources.  LOL

...and are there sources that says otherwise?

Look, I do know a lot of white folks go to impoverished corners of the world as sex tourists so they can spend their USD and EUR to have sex with minors...and drugs as well...with impunity. Unless you can top that argument, you shouldn't be asking for some phantom "sources". LOL!  Grin

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if most of the blocks are held by a few rich guys and their friends, selling monero and buying the fork will be beneficial as it will go up quite fast.

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May 01, 2018, 01:30:04 AM
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If the forks finally merge the key reuse mitigation code and other mitigations, this should stop the bleed. But that would require the forks to be compenent

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May 01, 2018, 02:03:14 AM
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I know this is a cliché but USD, EUR, etc. still dwarfs cryptos when it comes to the currency applications you mentioned.


I didn't say "currency." I said "coin." But apparently you guys are having problems of your own so I'll let you be.

Pretty unsurprising that your insurmountable level of greed was your own undoing.

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