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September 02, 2018, 09:29:34 AM
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There is something to be fixed in the Monero GUI-wallet. At least in the Linux version.

Only way to open the GUI is to type ./start-gui.sh in command line. Too complicated for many people. There must be an icon to click.

When the GUI is shut down, the flag and language selection box still remains open. It must be shut down from the ubuntu desktop launch menu by right clicking the Monero logo. Too complicated for many people. The GUI must be able to shut down by just one click.

When the GUI is shut down on full screen mode, the flag and language box which still remains open, is on full screen mode too, so the ubuntu desktop launch menu and the Monero logo in it, is not reachable. So it cannot be right clicked and shut down. Only way is to open the wallet again, switch of the full screen mode, shut down the wallet and right click the Monero logo in the launch menu. Too complicated.

Pease fix these.

i'n my opinion this is a joke? no gui?  Cheesy  bwaaahahaha

What the hell are you talking about?

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September 02, 2018, 10:00:14 AM
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There is something to be fixed in the Monero GUI-wallet. At least in the Linux version.

Only way to open the GUI is to type ./start-gui.sh in command line. Too complicated for many people. There must be an icon to click.

When the GUI is shut down, the flag and language selection box still remains open. It must be shut down from the ubuntu desktop launch menu by right clicking the Monero logo. Too complicated for many people. The GUI must be able to shut down by just one click.

When the GUI is shut down on full screen mode, the flag and language box which still remains open, is on full screen mode too, so the ubuntu desktop launch menu and the Monero logo in it, is not reachable. So it cannot be right clicked and shut down. Only way is to open the wallet again, switch of the full screen mode, shut down the wallet and right click the Monero logo in the launch menu. Too complicated.

Pease fix these.

Could you perhaps post screenshots to illustrate your second and third point? The GUI should normally close fully if you click on the x (right top), hence my question. Furthermore, the GUI is displayed in a single window / screen, i.e., the flag and language selection box / screen is not a separate window.

Ok. The problem can be avoided by clicking x on the right top. Everything shuts down at once.

I have closed the wallet by selecting "Settings" and "Close wallet". That way the flag and language selection box remains open which has to be shut down via the ubuntu launch menu. Most people have used that first one. So there is no problem white this one. The "Close wallet" is there just to shut down the wallet so the user can open an other wallet from the flag and language selection box. That is fine.

Anyway. When the "Settings" and "Close wallet" is done, on full screen mode, it would be better that the flag and language selection box would not appear in full screen mode. So that the ubuntu launch menu is visible and the flag and language box could be shut down there.

Ah I see. The purpose of the Close wallet button / feature is basically to close the current wallet, not to close the whole GUI program. As such, you will be back in the wizard, where you can first select a language and subsequently create a new wallet, create a new wallet from a hardware device, restore a wallet from the mnemonic seed or keys, or open a different existing wallet.

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September 02, 2018, 12:17:07 PM
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Hashrate picking up again  Grin

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September 02, 2018, 12:18:20 PM
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what type of computer software/hardware will you need to mine monero? how do you calculate payout? say if mine 24hrs, how many Monero will one get?
Any kind. But you will have different efficient rate depending on suitability of hardware for XMR mining.
Usually with mining calculators. One is here: https://www.cryptocompare.com/mining/calculator/xmr?HashingPower=100&HashingUnit=H%2Fs&PowerConsumption=0&CostPerkWh=0&MiningPoolFee=1

whats the best way to mine monero? joining mining pool? or independent mining? thanks for the info
I think it is better to join pool yes. Because you get reward if you find block solution or not. So it is more stable income.
You can try solo mining with official Monero GUI. At least you could when I tried few months ago.

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September 02, 2018, 12:32:36 PM
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The idea of anonymity, which is embedded in the platform of this coin, is now also advanced. But, it seems to me that the platform engine is somewhat outdated.

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September 02, 2018, 01:05:08 PM
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Look out for bisq, shapeshift and changelly Grin

I read that Changelly requires KYC sometimes, which is a big
disadvantage for me. I´ll go with Binance now, because the 2 BTC
limit for unverified accounts is still available and that is enough for me.

Buying XMR at an exchange that does KYC kind of defeats the purpose
of using a private cryptocurrency like Monero in the first place.
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September 02, 2018, 01:54:55 PM
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Price/Volume seems to pick up now.
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September 02, 2018, 02:10:20 PM
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There is something to be fixed in the Monero GUI-wallet. At least in the Linux version.

Only way to open the GUI is to type ./start-gui.sh in command line. Too complicated for many people. There must be an icon to click.

When the GUI is shut down, the flag and language selection box still remains open. It must be shut down from the ubuntu desktop launch menu by right clicking the Monero logo. Too complicated for many people. The GUI must be able to shut down by just one click.

When the GUI is shut down on full screen mode, the flag and language box which still remains open, is on full screen mode too, so the ubuntu desktop launch menu and the Monero logo in it, is not reachable. So it cannot be right clicked and shut down. Only way is to open the wallet again, switch of the full screen mode, shut down the wallet and right click the Monero logo in the launch menu. Too complicated.

Pease fix these.

Could you perhaps post screenshots to illustrate your second and third point? The GUI should normally close fully if you click on the x (right top), hence my question. Furthermore, the GUI is displayed in a single window / screen, i.e., the flag and language selection box / screen is not a separate window.

Ok. The problem can be avoided by clicking x on the right top. Everything shuts down at once.

I have closed the wallet by selecting "Settings" and "Close wallet". That way the flag and language selection box remains open which has to be shut down via the ubuntu launch menu. Most people have used that first one. So there is no problem white this one. The "Close wallet" is there just to shut down the wallet so the user can open an other wallet from the flag and language selection box. That is fine.

Anyway. When the "Settings" and "Close wallet" is done, on full screen mode, it would be better that the flag and language selection box would not appear in full screen mode. So that the ubuntu launch menu is visible and the flag and language box could be shut down there.

Ah I see. The purpose of the Close wallet button / feature is basically to close the current wallet, not to close the whole GUI program. As such, you will be back in the wizard, where you can first select a language and subsequently create a new wallet, create a new wallet from a hardware device, restore a wallet from the mnemonic seed or keys, or open a different existing wallet.

Yea. The current wallet can also be shut down by pressing Esc. I think that is unnecessary, and even a problem since it can be pressed accidentally.

What people think about it?
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September 02, 2018, 02:24:16 PM
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When Kovri is put into service, what will happen to this map?
https://monerohash.com/nodes-distribution.html

Will there still be those points, but in random locations?


Anyway. Are those blue points indicating precise location? How precise they are? What are those balls with random number?
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September 02, 2018, 02:43:57 PM
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Look out for bisq, shapeshift and changelly Grin

I read that Changelly requires KYC sometimes, which is a big
disadvantage for me. I´ll go with Binance now, because the 2 BTC
limit for unverified accounts is still available and that is enough for me.

Buying XMR at an exchange that does KYC kind of defeats the purpose
of using a private cryptocurrency like Monero in the first place.

Cryptopia is also a good address for accumulating XMR  Wink

Yes and No. In the sense of anonymity almost every email address is compromising your anonymity if you have the tools for that. KYC and AML regulations are good for crypto in whole to get rid of the "darknet" and "criminal" touch of crypto, as long as we have not to face some shitty exchanges as circle poloniex, which are freezing your account for nothing.

I wish there would exist an xmr.to in the other direction aswell, that would make life a lot easier  Grin Cheesy

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September 02, 2018, 02:48:31 PM
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Look out for bisq, shapeshift and changelly Grin

I read that Changelly requires KYC sometimes, which is a big
disadvantage for me. I´ll go with Binance now, because the 2 BTC
limit for unverified accounts is still available and that is enough for me.

Buying XMR at an exchange that does KYC kind of defeats the purpose
of using a private cryptocurrency like Monero in the first place.

Try this.
https://exba.se/

That should be good.
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September 02, 2018, 02:53:28 PM
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And meanwhile, need to recognize that XMR well grew in price over the past few days. We must assume that the growth will continue for some time. I very much hope so, at least. Smiley
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September 02, 2018, 04:22:57 PM
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Look out for bisq, shapeshift and changelly Grin

I read that Changelly requires KYC sometimes, which is a big
disadvantage for me. I´ll go with Binance now, because the 2 BTC
limit for unverified accounts is still available and that is enough for me.

Buying XMR at an exchange that does KYC kind of defeats the purpose
of using a private cryptocurrency like Monero in the first place.

Try this.
https://exba.se/

That should be good.

Is that a legit USD on/off ramp for Monero w/o the KYC hassle?? Never knew of this site before..

Huh


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September 02, 2018, 04:42:19 PM
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https://autonomousweapons.org/slaughterbots/

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September 02, 2018, 06:13:23 PM
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Is there any new piece of info about the project of fork regarding the decrease of ASICs and FPGA hashrates ?
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September 02, 2018, 07:08:41 PM
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Look out for bisq, shapeshift and changelly Grin

I read that Changelly requires KYC sometimes, which is a big
disadvantage for me. I´ll go with Binance now, because the 2 BTC
limit for unverified accounts is still available and that is enough for me.

Buying XMR at an exchange that does KYC kind of defeats the purpose
of using a private cryptocurrency like Monero in the first place.

Try this.
https://exba.se/

That should be good.
Is that a legit USD on/off ramp for Monero w/o the KYC hassle?? Never knew of this site before..

Huh


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2566550.0



Where can I get one. Smiley

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September 02, 2018, 08:51:04 PM
Last edit: September 02, 2018, 09:19:26 PM by Febo
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When Kovri is put into service, what will happen to this map?
https://monerohash.com/nodes-distribution.html

Will there still be those points, but in random locations?


Anyway. Are those blue points indicating precise location? How precise they are? What are those balls with random number?

Balls are that you need to zoom closer. Ball with number 3 means that on that location are 3 nodes. if you zoom closer you will get more accurate location. I think those locations are of your internet provider and not direct location where you have computer with node running. Someone can correct me if I am wrong.  And you need to run node for some time to get on that map you dont get on map if you run it just for few minutes a day to sync node. I believe with Kovri that map will vanish. But again someone can correct me if I am wrong.


Is there any new piece of info about the project of fork regarding the decrease of ASICs and FPGA hashrates ?

There is no ASICs and FPGA hashrates. They were until 4 months ago and then went to mine XMO or something. Check its hashrate to see how much was it and what is that hashpower doing now.

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September 02, 2018, 10:38:39 PM
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I believe with Kovri that map will vanish. But again someone can correct me if I am wrong.

Most nodes will run in dual mode with both Kovri and a regular IP. People who want can go full stealth (network monitoring can only tell that you are using i2p, not that you are running Monero or anything else through it) will be able to run only Kovri, but there are tradeoffs and most people don't need that. Also, anyone wanting full stealth probably currently probably uses at least a VPN and/or Tor, etc. and won't be on that map now. So the map won't change much.
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September 02, 2018, 10:55:12 PM
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I see there's some growth of these coins in stock, it's indication that these coins began to grow, I hope it will continue to grow for the future, success to monero.

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September 03, 2018, 12:09:30 AM
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I see there's some growth of these coins in stock, it's indication that these coins began to grow, I hope it will continue to grow for the future, success to monero.
I'm very positive about Monero, too. The increasing incentitives against privacy of the community is a big chance for Monero to give it back and so the price will show this, too. We will see a big appreciation for privacy and so for Monero, soon.

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