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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4668147 times)
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May 26, 2014, 01:19:22 PM
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Nice dump Smiley And recovery Smiley MRO is on a good way to new ATH imo
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May 26, 2014, 01:38:21 PM
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any help how do I setup the wallet I ran  cryptonote-easy-miner and it gave me a address but when I run simplewallet it ask for name and passwords then gives me a different address then what  cryptonote-easy-miner  gave me . which is the one I want to use. I also tried the gui simplewallet and it crashes when I click on the log tabs
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May 26, 2014, 01:51:21 PM
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Anyone from moneropool.com???
I connected two miners using the stratum and cpu-multi miner, the latest with no "boo bug"... But I get very little "yays". Both are hashing, but when I look them up using the address I noticed hash-rate still goes up and down, like in pre-stratum days and from time to time it reports that last share was submitted few minutes ago and ofc hash-rate is 0 at that time...
You're currently the pool with the strongest hash-rate, the best block discovery rate but this is really way out of optimum... Any ideas what can I do or you can do about it?
Or any other recommendation for a pool from community? MinerGate still didn't fix the problem with my missing coins so would like to skip them even they are the second strognest pool.

Did you try http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/ ?

any help how do I setup the wallet I ran  cryptonote-easy-miner and it gave me a address but when I run simplewallet it ask for name and passwords then gives me a different address then what  cryptonote-easy-miner  gave me . which is the one I want to use. I also tried the gui simplewallet and it crashes when I click on the log tabs

Did you try my tutorial ?

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May 26, 2014, 01:52:23 PM
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QCN is the boss of CryptoNote now  Cry
MRO come on..Don't let me down
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May 26, 2014, 01:58:44 PM
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Anyone from moneropool.com???
I connected two miners using the stratum and cpu-multi miner, the latest with no "boo bug"... But I get very little "yays". Both are hashing, but when I look them up using the address I noticed hash-rate still goes up and down, like in pre-stratum days and from time to time it reports that last share was submitted few minutes ago and ofc hash-rate is 0 at that time...
You're currently the pool with the strongest hash-rate, the best block discovery rate but this is really way out of optimum... Any ideas what can I do or you can do about it?
Or any other recommendation for a pool from community? MinerGate still didn't fix the problem with my missing coins so would like to skip them even they are the second strognest pool.

Did you try http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/ ?

any help how do I setup the wallet I ran  cryptonote-easy-miner and it gave me a address but when I run simplewallet it ask for name and passwords then gives me a different address then what  cryptonote-easy-miner  gave me . which is the one I want to use. I also tried the gui simplewallet and it crashes when I click on the log tabs

Did you try my tutorial ?



yes i did see it and I still couldn't get it to work. The gui simplewallet just crashes as long I don't click on any of the log tabs and it wont connect but how do I keep the address that  cryptonote-easy-miner gave me
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May 26, 2014, 02:00:27 PM
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never mind, figured it out
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May 26, 2014, 02:09:22 PM
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Anyone from moneropool.com???
I connected two miners using the stratum and cpu-multi miner, the latest with no "boo bug"... But I get very little "yays". Both are hashing, but when I look them up using the address I noticed hash-rate still goes up and down, like in pre-stratum days and from time to time it reports that last share was submitted few minutes ago and ofc hash-rate is 0 at that time...
You're currently the pool with the strongest hash-rate, the best block discovery rate but this is really way out of optimum... Any ideas what can I do or you can do about it?
Or any other recommendation for a pool from community? MinerGate still didn't fix the problem with my missing coins so would like to skip them even they are the second strognest pool.

Did you try http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/ ?


Yup, it works great but it's hash-rate is pretty low compared to the others... Dunno, prolly you get the same at the end of the day. One finds more blocks with less hash-rate and miners the other more blocks splits the reward among the many miners...
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May 26, 2014, 02:23:07 PM
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Hi again! Sorry I am a total noob to how Monero works in comparison to other coins I have mined before. I started by booting up 'simpleminer' it gave me a 'wallet address text file' and a 'walle't file and a 'wallet.keys' file. I am now using a new miner because it increased my hash rate drastically. But I am using the same wallet address. Now, I have never used the wallet program nor do I know exactly which version to try out. Is my wallet the 'wallet.keys' file? Or am I currently mining to no-where-land. I just want to make sure I am mining for a reason and that my monero isn't going to be lost in the ether. I had a reply in how to import my wallet but i do not have a 'bin' file. Thanks  to eveyrone  who helps out in here while monero is growing. Noobs like me need dummy proof gui lol.
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May 26, 2014, 02:46:56 PM
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Hi again! Sorry I am a total noob to how Monero works in comparison to other coins I have mined before. I started by booting up 'simpleminer' it gave me a 'wallet address text file' and a 'walle't file and a 'wallet.keys' file. I am now using a new miner because it increased my hash rate drastically. But I am using the same wallet address. Now, I have never used the wallet program nor do I know exactly which version to try out. Is my wallet the 'wallet.keys' file? Or am I currently mining to no-where-land. I just want to make sure I am mining for a reason and that my monero isn't going to be lost in the ether. I had a reply in how to import my wallet but i do not have a 'bin' file. Thanks  to eveyrone  who helps out in here while monero is growing. Noobs like me need dummy proof gui lol.

Which miner are you using ?
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May 26, 2014, 02:49:09 PM
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Hi again! Sorry I am a total noob to how Monero works in comparison to other coins I have mined before. I started by booting up 'simpleminer' it gave me a 'wallet address text file' and a 'walle't file and a 'wallet.keys' file. I am now using a new miner because it increased my hash rate drastically. But I am using the same wallet address. Now, I have never used the wallet program nor do I know exactly which version to try out. Is my wallet the 'wallet.keys' file? Or am I currently mining to no-where-land. I just want to make sure I am mining for a reason and that my monero isn't going to be lost in the ether. I had a reply in how to import my wallet but i do not have a 'bin' file. Thanks  to eveyrone  who helps out in here while monero is growing. Noobs like me need dummy proof gui lol.

Which miner are you using ?

I am using cpuminer-multi. it's a minerd base.
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May 26, 2014, 02:51:00 PM
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So you want to start it with the minerd command and your user should be the address in your wallet text file. Are you mining solo or to a pool though?
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May 26, 2014, 02:59:04 PM
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I believe I am mining fine. I am mining on extreemhash using stratum and the wallet address is updating the stats ect. My problem is I am confused as to how to check my wallet's actual balance and whether or not I OWN the coins.

In bitcoin I have a wallet program and I can see my balance and i have the private keys stored in wallet.dat I can backup that file and encrypt it ect.

What is the equivalent of wallet.dat for monero? I am under the assumption it is a file like 'wallet.keys'. If that's the case then how do I 'sweep' the keys into a wallet program or import those keys.

I have very little understanding of this with the current monero framework and again I apologize for my noobness. Perhaps I can write a small guide once this is settled.

Thank you btw for helping my through this and for your quick replies.
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May 26, 2014, 03:01:49 PM
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I believe I am mining fine. I am mining on extreemhash using stratum and the wallet address is updating the stats ect. My problem is I am confused as to how to check my wallet's actual balance and whether or not I OWN the coins.

In bitcoin I have a wallet program and I can see my balance and i have the private keys stored in wallet.dat I can backup that file and encrypt it ect.

What is the equivalent of wallet.dat for monero? I am under the assumption it is a file like 'wallet.keys'. If that's the case then how do I 'sweep' the keys into a wallet program or import those keys.

I have very little understanding of this with the current monero framework and again I apologize for my noobness. Perhaps I can write a small guide once this is settled.

Thank you btw for helping my through this and for your quick replies.

No worries.

Have you synced the block chain yet/ is your wallet open? If not follow this guide http://www.monero.cc/getting-started/index.html#monero-install-1

This shows you the batch file you need to run to open the wallet and sync the block chain.(Im guessing you've probably done this though as you have your address)

Then to check you balance, within the simple wallet window type refresh and the wallet will sync and show your coins.
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May 26, 2014, 03:12:20 PM
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MRO is forgotten by the people
FCN is already trade in Bittrex and get nice volume for 3 hours

yea, -100% in the last 12 hours. great performance Grin
Good luck with this coin-project!

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May 26, 2014, 03:17:31 PM
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MRO is forgotten by the people
FCN is already trade in Bittrex and get nice volume for 3 hours

yea, -100% in the last 12 hours. great performance Grin
Good luck with this coin-project!

Why is the MRO Main Thread down here in Alt Announce *** with all the shit coins ***...
While QCN, FCN, all got their main threads in the main Alt Crypto?HuhHuhHuh

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May 26, 2014, 03:26:09 PM
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I believe I am mining fine. I am mining on extreemhash using stratum and the wallet address is updating the stats ect. My problem is I am confused as to how to check my wallet's actual balance and whether or not I OWN the coins.

In bitcoin I have a wallet program and I can see my balance and i have the private keys stored in wallet.dat I can backup that file and encrypt it ect.

What is the equivalent of wallet.dat for monero? I am under the assumption it is a file like 'wallet.keys'. If that's the case then how do I 'sweep' the keys into a wallet program or import those keys.

I have very little understanding of this with the current monero framework and again I apologize for my noobness. Perhaps I can write a small guide once this is settled.

Thank you btw for helping my through this and for your quick replies.

No worries.

Have you synced the block chain yet/ is your wallet open? If not follow this guide http://www.monero.cc/getting-started/index.html#monero-install-1

This shows you the batch file you need to run to open the wallet and sync the block chain.(Im guessing you've probably done this though as you have your address)

Then to check you balance, within the simple wallet window type refresh and the wallet will sync and show your coins.


OOOOOHHH KKKKAAAYYY

So, the simple miner i used generated just the wallet.keys file. I NEVER synced blockchain or even had the wallet program. I used the batch script and changed the file 'wallet.keys' to 'wallet.bin.keys' it shows my public address as correct. And now I guess I am waiting for the blockchain to sync.

ALSO, i have a daemon is busy error. BUT I assume this is because the blockchain is downloading? I have another window that says 38 days behind. AND I assume this is downloading the blockchain.

I have to admit this is pretty neat. Thanks for all your help!

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May 26, 2014, 03:29:28 PM
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i am mining on http://mine.moneropool.com and it says it has sent me coins. But when I open up CryptoNoteWallet.exe and there is no coins?

It says it is fully synced...
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May 26, 2014, 03:47:38 PM
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This may be a dumb question but I know you split the block reward in pool mining but if you're solo mining you get the whole reward right? Seems as though I have 230H/s I'm usually only making .05mro every block from pools or even less. And if the pool isn't finding many blocks a day then it's not very profitable.
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May 26, 2014, 03:57:01 PM
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This may be a dumb question but I know you split the block reward in pool mining but if you're solo mining you get the whole reward right? Seems as though I have 230H/s I'm usually only making .05mro every block from pools or even less. And if the pool isn't finding many blocks a day then it's not very profitable.

You should get around 2 MRO a day depending on luck according to the bot. Are you making less than that? The problem with it is a block is 16 ish atm so if you should be getting 2 MRO a day that means you should find a block at some point in the next 8 days. The problem with that again is that in the next 4 days it could get harder so the estimated time to find a block increases and so on until you never actually find one. Its a lot luck based as well though.
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May 26, 2014, 03:58:28 PM
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Hope someone is willing to help me with the following question; whenever I want to transfer MRO or QCN to an exchange wallet i get the following error;

http://imgur.com/MI9QLbi

For some reason my stransaction size is to big.. Does some one know a solution to this?

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